Macedonian Audio Supplement: To accompany Macedonian: A Course for Beginning and Intermediate…

Audio Book (CD) | February 15, 2012

byChristina E. Kramer, Liljana Mitkovska

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This set of audio CDs is designed to supplement the award-winning language textbook Macedonian: A Course for Beginning and Intermediate Students, Third Edition, by Christina E. Kramer and Liljana Mitkovska. The CDs contain almost two hours of audio tracks that were recorded in Macedonia by native speakers who bring to life the characters from the textbook’s story. The set additionally includes exercises for listening comprehension and the pronunciation of individual sounds.

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This set of audio CDs is designed to supplement the award-winning language textbook Macedonian: A Course for Beginning and Intermediate Students, Third Edition, by Christina E. Kramer and Liljana Mitkovska. The CDs contain almost two hours of audio tracks that were recorded in Macedonia by native speakers who bring to life the characte...

Christina E. Kramer is professor of Slavic and Balkan linguistics at the University of Toronto. Liljana Mitkovska is associate professor of English grammar and English–Macedonian contrastive analysis at the FON University, Macedonia.

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Format:Audio Book (CD)Dimensions:4.88 × 5.63 × 0.4 inPublished:February 15, 2012Publisher:University of Wisconsin PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0299247678

ISBN - 13:9780299247676

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“Reflects extensive experience with Balkan linguistics and with the Macedonian-Canadian community. Its lessons are linguistically sound.”—Wayles Browne, Slavic and East European Journal