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9783895001079

Rzehak, Lutz

Tadschikische Studiengrammatik

1999
17.0 x 24.0 cm, 124 p., hardback
25,00 €

ISBN: 9783895001079

Short Description

This is the first manual to be published in German on Tajik and its contemporary usage in Central Asia. Learners of the language are guided through the grammar, phonetics and script of Tajik, building up from basic material designed especially for beginners to relatively complicated grammatical forms for more advanced students. The book is structured so that it can be used easily and efficiently either in the classroom, or by students working alone without the aid of a teacher. Even those with a pre-knowledge of either Persian or Tajik will be able to benefit from this book as a reference work, with its frequent cross-referencing and a full index that facilitates a topic-orientated systematic study, as well as the rapid location of desired material. The explanatory grammatical notes are backed up by over 1,400 model sentences, which are written in the Cyrillic script still used in Tajikistan. Appendices provide supplementary information that give an overview of other script types that have been used during the twentieth century for the Persian-Tajik language of Central Asia, as well as putting forward the rules of spelling and a summary of verb forms.

Description

This is the first manual to be published in German on Tajik and its contemporary usage in Central Asia. Learners of the language are guided through the grammar, phonetics and script of Tajik, building up from basic material designed especially for beginners to relatively complicated grammatical forms for more advanced students. The book is structured so that it can be used easily and efficiently either in the classroom, or by students working alone without the aid of a teacher. Even those with a pre-knowledge of either Persian or Tajik will be able to benefit from this book as a reference work, with its frequent cross-referencing and a full index that facilitates a topic-orientated systematic study, as well as the rapid location of desired material. The explanatory grammatical notes are backed up by over 1,400 model sentences, which are written in the Cyrillic script still used in Tajikistan. Appendices provide supplementary information that give an overview of other script types that have been used during the twentieth century for the Persian-Tajik language of Central Asia, as well as putting forward the rules of spelling and a summary of verb forms.

Keywords

Central Asia (49) || Grammatik (14) || Indic, East Indo-European & Dravidian languages (93) || Indo-Iranian languages (85) || Language teaching & learning (117) || Language teaching & learning material & coursework (101) || Tajikistan (Tadzhikistan) (7)