“A Grammar of Contemporary Polish” Oscar E Swan

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Oscar E. Swan является профессором славистики в Университете Питсбурга, и написал уже не одну работу по-польскому языку

Это руководство по современному польскому языку вышла из первых двух изданий автора.

Это грамматический справочник предназначен в первую очередь для говорящий по-английски.
и предназначена для облегчения обучения форм и объяснения их использования для неспециалиста .

В то же время , эта книга достаточно полная и достоверная. Своего рода руководство по правилам, закономерностям и принципам, которые лежат в основе польской грамматики, с учетом существенных исключений и частых ошибок. Характерная черта — автор не старается обойти стороной сложные вопросы теории,а пытается дать исчерпывающие ответы, ведь только в комплексе можно понять суть языка.

Одним словом, учебник был написан специалистом для неспециалистов.

This guide to contemporary Polish language and usage grew out of the first two editions of the author's long out-of-print Concise Grammar of Polish. This reference grammar is primarily intended for English-speaking learners of Polish. It is a practical grammar, designed to facilitate the learning of forms and to explain their uses in a way that will be accessible to the non-specialist. At the same time, this book aims to be a fairly complete and reliable technical guide to the rules, regularities, and principles which underpin Polish grammar, taking into account important exceptions and irregularities. No attempt is made to simplify or gloss over matters which are in actuality complex, as many matters of Polish grammar are. The aim is to present complex things as simply as possible, and not to make simple things seem more complex than they are in actuality. A special attempt has been made to describe facts relating to the social implementation of grammatical forms, a point of view which is often inadequately represented in grammars of Polish written by Poles, for whom such matters may seem obvious.
Oscar Swan's treatment of the complex phonology and morphology of Polish is thorough and of interest to linguists, but sufficiently non-technical and self-explanatory to be useful to advanced students of Polish and non-linguist Polonists as well. An especially welcome feature of the book is the extensive coverage of syntax and usage. The treatment of case and prepositions is sure to answer many questions for even the fluent non-native speaker of Polish.
Preface: Acknowledgments; Polish and Poland; Abbreviations
1. Sounds, Spelling, and Pronunciation
2. Morphophonemics (Sound Changes)
3. Feminine-Gender Noun Declension
4. Masculine-Gender Noun Declension
5. Neuter-Gender and Plural-Only Noun Declension
6. Adjectives and Adjectival Adverbs
7. Pronouns, Pronominal Adjectives, and Pro-Adverbs
8. Numerals
9. Present Tense and Imperative
10. Past Tense, Compound Future Tense, Conditional, Modals;
11. Verbal Aspect
12. Participles, Verbal Nouns, and Grammatical Voice
13. Uses of the Cases
14. Simple Sentence Syntax
Glossary of Grammatical Terms
Some Polish Grammatical Terms
Index of Words Cited in a Grammatical Context
Subject Index


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