Slovene-English / English-Slovene Modern Dictionary
by Dasa Komac
Slovene, a Slavic tongue, is spoken by over one million people in Slovenia, as well as parts of Italy and Hungary. With 36,000 entries, a helpful pronunciation guide, and an appendix of useful expressions, this is the most comprehensive Slovene dictionary available in the U.S. Also included are appendices on numerical expressions, weights and measures, and calendar expressions. The perfect companion for students or travelers.
Kangaroo's Comments & Wallaby's Words
by Helen Jonsen
First published in 1988 to great success, this enjoyable book is a lighthearted look at the differences between Australian English and American English. The author has completely revised and updated the book for the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. It covers food and drink, people, common expressions and everyday words. It is the ideal book for those interested in all things Australian, as well as travelers to Australia.
Greek Handbook, The Essential
by Tom Stone
This book covers everything a traveler to Greece would want to know. It includes an English-Greek dictionary and phrasebook, common Greek expressions, and a Greek festive and religious calendar. All entries include phonetic pronunciation, and there is an appendix of geographical place names and maps, as well as weights and measures, numbers and amounts.
Hindi Children's Picture Dictionary
by Todd Scudiere & Nicholas Voltaggio
Designed to be a child’s first foreign language dictionary for children ages 5-10, the Hippocrene Hindi Children’s Picture Dictionary makes learning words in Hindi easier and more fun than ever!
Polish Aphorisms, A Treasury of
by Jacek Galazka
This volume contains 207 aphorisms by 80 Polish writers, spanning half a millennium of Polish literature. In his introduction, Jerzy Krzyzanowski outlines the history of that genre in Poland, which has proven to be a particularly fertile land for this literary form.