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Complete Croatian: From Beginner to Intermediate [With 352 Page Book] (Teach Yourself: Language) Paperback – Audiobook, 19 Jan 2011

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HASH(0x98b49d74) out of 5 stars In desperate need of revision 6 Oct. 2011
By Antonijo Trpimirović - Published on Amazon.com
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I am very disappointed with this book and CD. Not a single thing has been revised or changed since it was first published in 2003. Moreover, it contains words and grammatical forms which are more characteristic of the Serbian language. Examples are da li + verb to form a yes-no question, da + present verb to indicate purpose or intention, words like njen, stanica, aerodrom, avion and desiti se (in Croatian njezin, postaja, zrachna luka, zrakoplov and dogoditi se respectively), and the group numbers chetvoro, petoro, shestoro, etc. (in Croatian chetvero, petero, shestero), all of which, whilst not entirely unknown in Croatian, are more typical of Serbian speech and crop up much too frequently in this book. This is most likely accounted for by the author's having learnt outdated Serbo-Croatian in the days of Yugoslavia.
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HASH(0x985632d0) out of 5 stars Like a tutor 22 Oct. 2013
By ginrummy1 - Published on Amazon.com
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I really am so glad I bought this. My husband and I are trying to learn the language and we had a tutor for about 3 months. When he left we bought this book to continue our studies and It has been so great. In some lessons it reviews what we had already learned while also introducing some new things. I love that its not just a book but actually a work book. And its so easy to read.
It introduces a converstion, then it breaks down the conversation, you can hear the conversation (if you get the discs), and then theres muliple choice questions to review what you just learned. You won't regret this purchase.
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