Basic Swedish: A Grammar and Workbook combines an accessible basic reference grammar and related exercises in one volume, and covers most of the topics that students might expect to deal with in their first year of learning Swedish.
Each of the 25 units discusses one or more grammar topics, with examples that are subsequently practised in the exercises that follow.
The book introduces the contemporary language against a backdrop of Swedish culture, society, geography, customs and history. Each unit ends with a cultural text that outlines an aspect of Swedish culture and exemplifies and consolidates the grammar topic examined in the unit.
The book is suitable both for independent study and for class use. It can be used by absolute beginners and those who have advanced a little further.
Dr Ian Hinchliffe is a translator based in Sweden and has previously taught Swedish at universities in the UK, as well as in Norway.
Dr Philip Holmes is Reader Emeritus in Scandinavian Studies at the University of Hull, UK, and is now a translator and language editor.
6.2 x 9.2 inches
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20 Mar. 2018
Routledge; 1 edition
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