Modern Welsh: A Comprehensive Grammar

Modern Welsh: A Comprehensive Grammar

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Utgivelsesår 2015
Forlag Taylor and Francis
Språk Engelsk
ISBN 9781317576709
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Om Modern Welsh: A Comprehensive Grammar

Modern Welsh: A Comprehensive Grammar is the ideal reference source for all speakers and learners of Welsh. Focusing on contemporary spoken Welsh, it presents the complexities of the language in a concise and readable form. Common grammatical patterns and parts of speech are discussed in detail and without jargon and extensive cross references make the book comprehensive and easy to use.Now in its third edition, the Grammar has been thoroughly revised and updated throughout. Changes include an increased number of illustrative examples, additional appendices for easy reference, inclusion of IPA phonetic symbols, and expanded sections on further reading.Features include:Full use of authentic examplesParticular attention to areas of confusion and difficultyExtensive index and cross referencingInitial consonant mutations marked throughoutSeparate sections on communicative functionsNotes on variation between dialects and on formal written language Modern Welsh: A Comprehensive Grammar is the most thorough, detailed and user-friendly Welsh grammar available in English today. It is suitable for use in schools, colleges, universities and adult classes at all levels and will, as its predecessors, prove an invaluable aid for Welsh language learning and teaching.


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