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by Dodona Kiziria,Howard I. Aronson
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  • Author:
    Dodona Kiziria,Howard I. Aronson
  • ISBN:
    0893572780
  • ISBN13:
    978-0893572785
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  • Publisher:
    Slavica Pub (July 1, 1999)
  • Pages:
    643 pages
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    Words Language & Grammar
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Howard I. Aronson, Dodona Kiziria.

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This book has great dialogues written by Dodona Kiziria and a reference grammar that fills in the gaps left by Georgian: a Teading Grammar, as some tricky subjects are explained in a clearer way, with up-to-date sample sentences.

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ISBN 13: 9780893572785. Howard I. Aronson; Dodona Kiziria.

ალუტა: Gel USD euro pound. ასი: 7. 0 GEL. კალათაში დამატება. ვტორი: Howard I. ნა: English, Georgian. Aronson and Dodna Kiziria. The aim is not to enable the students to achieve full fluency in Georgian, but rather to give them sufficient background to enable them to live and work in Georgia using Georgian and by so doing to attain a high degree of fluency. Contents: Dialogues; Anthology of Georgian Literature; Introduction: The Course of Georgian Literature; Prose; Poetry; Grammar Sections; Translations; Vocabulary; Indexes.

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Georgian is written in its own writing system, the Georgian script

Georgian is written in its own writing system, the Georgian script

Howard I.

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This book is intended for students who have completed the equivalent of a first-year Georgian course. Designed to be used either in the classroom or for self-instruction, the book presupposes only a command of basic Georgian grammar and a basically passive recognition of basic Georgian vocabulary. The philosophy of the course is to expose the student to a rich and broad range of Georgian grammatical constructions and vocabulary in order to facilitate the conversion of passive constructions and words to active. The aim is not to enable the students to achieve full fluency in Georgian, but rather to give them sufficient background to enable them to live and work in Georgia using Georgian and by so doing to attain a high degree of fluency.

Sharpbinder
An amazing book that fills many of the gaps when learning a less mainstream language. Any learner of a language such as Georgian will find themselves in the position of materials being expensive, hard-to-come-by, poor quality or non-existent. Also the student will face a lack of genuine source materials written in the language to practice with and to develop vocabulary and style. The book includes sections on literature and poetry which put the student in the position of being able to see the language at work, as well as an extensive lexicon and dialogues written by a native speaker. The book is NOT, however, for the complete beginner as the title suggests, but the culture sections give enough material (fully translated) for this to be a precious resource for anyone serious interested in the subject matter. Truly a special book that goes a huge way to filling a gap in available resources and a joy to read. Heavy though ......
Doukasa
The font is a little small and it is expensive but it is good.
This book has dialouges, poetry and idioms. It is a good Idea for anyone that is trying to learn the language or having a hard time reading the script.
When I studied Russian I took a break and focused on Serbian (also in cyrillic) using a dictionary. After a few weeks I could read cyrillic with no problem and it really helped for Russian.
This book has done the same thing along with a steady flow of Adjara Tv (this is an example of educational tv) has made Georgian much easier for me.
Maybe your local library has a copy of this book, if so, take a look at it. Learning a language can be difficult but don't give up because it is worth the time and money.
Rigiot
This book is a wonderful resource for students beyond the beginner level. It has a good review of grammar points, especially the notoriously difficult verbs. The best part of the book, in my opinion, is that it gives a wide range of examples from Georgian literature in Georgian. It is difficult to find many of these even in translation in the US, much less the original text. Obviously the authors both know the language well and love Georgia and its culture.