Romanian-English / English-Romanian Dictionary & Phrasebook
by Mihai Miroiu
From the monasteries of northern Moldavia to the Danube Delta to Dracula’s homeland, Transylvania, Romania offers a large variety of exciting activities to its visitors. The aim of this dictionary and phrasebook is to supply the American tourist or businessperson visiting Romania with certain conversational formulas indispensable for starting a conversation and carrying it on in a natural manner. The generality of the phrases means that they can be used in many different situations. The author also provides extensive historical and cultural background.
Romansh-English / English-Romansh Dictionary & Phrasebook
by Manfred Gross & Daniel Telli
This is the first Romansh language guide ever published for English speakers. Romansh, which goes back as far as the year 15 B.C., is spoken by nearly 60,000 people in Switzerland. It is mainly spoken in the canton of Graubunden in the southeastern part of the country. This dictionary and phrasebook includes basic vocabulary and an extensive phrasebook section covering all aspects of daily life, such as accommodations, eating out, getting around, shopping, health, and much more.
Russian-English / English-Russian Dictionary & Phrasebook
by Erika Haber
Today, over 220 million people around the world speak Russian. Despite popular misconceptions, it is not a difficult language to learn, and even those with no prior experience will be able to communicate with the aid of this unique dictionary and phrasebook. In addition to a comprehensive listing of commonly used phrases and expressions, it features a Russian-English/ English-Russian dictionary containing approximately 4,000 entries. Each entry is transliterated for easy on-the-spot pronunciation, and a separate pronunciation section provides charts for the English transliteration, allowing users to speak understandably without any knowledge of the Cyrillic alphabet.
Serbian-English / English-Serbian Dictionary & Phrasebook
by Nicholas Awde & Duska Radosavljevic
Over the last several years, the Serbian language has been regaining its prominence in Serbia and Montenegro, as well as other parts of the former Yugoslavia. This guide, with its bilingual dictionary and comprehensive phrasebook, is an essential guide for students, travelers, and businesspeople.
Shona-English / English-Shona (ChiShona) Dictionary & Phrasebook
by Aquilina Mawadza
Shona, or ChiShona, a Bantu language spoken by eight million people in Zimbabwe and Mozambique, is the official and most widely-spoken language of Zimbabwe. Designed for the traveler, this compact guide provides the means for basic communication in Shona, featuring a two-way dictionary and phrasebook with practical and cultural information.