American Phrasebook for Poles: Second Edition
by Jacek Galazka and Janusz Bibik
This book is the perfect guide for any Polish person who is trying to learn English or visiting the United States. It gives valuable information about practical situations one might encounter in the U.S.
Ancient Rome in So Many Words
by Christopher Francese
The word histories in this book use language as a window into the culture of ancient Rome. The hidden stories behind common Latin words illustrate interesting aspects of Roman life, while more rare terms shed light on noteworthy facets of this ancient culture.
Arabic Script, Pocket Guide to
by Dr Fayeq Oweis
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This handy booklet offers a complete, easy-to-use reference for the Arabic writing system. Ideal for students, it presents the basics for reading and writing Arabic script with a summary of word structure and grammar.
Beginner's Basque with 2 Audio CDs
by Wim Jansen
Beginner’s Basque with 2 Audio CDs provides an excellent introduction to one of the most ancient languages of Western Europe. It is ideal for both classroom use and self-study.
Basque is one of the world’s most enigmatic languages; it is believed to be a language isolate—a language with no known linguistic relatives. It has been spoken for more than 2,000 years in the area where it is still used today, in the Pyrenees Mountains in north-central Spain and southwestern France. It is also spoken by immigrant communities around the world, including in the United States, Venezuela, Argentina, Mexico, and Colombia.
Beginner's Georgian with 2 Audio Cds
by Dodona Kiziria
Beginner’s Georgian with 2 Audio CDs is designed for both classroom use and self-study. Each of the 13 lessons opens with a dialogue about everyday topic, followed by vocabulary lists, explanations of grammar, and exercises. Audio CDs accompany the lessons, providing correct pronunciation of the dialogues and vocabulary, with pauses for repetitions by the student.