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By Alexander Ibarz, Toni Ibarz

Colloquial Catalan presents a step by step path in Catalan because it is written and spoken at the present time. Combining a uncomplicated technique with a radical remedy of the language, it equips freshmen with the fundamental talents had to speak expectantly and successfully in Catalan in a huge diversity of occasions. No past wisdom of the language is required.

Key gains include:

• innovative insurance of talking, listening, studying and writing talents

• based, jargon-free factors of grammar

• an in depth diversity of concentrated and stimulating routines

• lifelike and interesting dialogues masking a wide number of situations

• helpful vocabulary lists in the course of the text

• extra assets on hand in the back of the e-book, together with an entire resolution key, a grammar precis and bilingual glossaries

Balanced, complete and worthwhile, Colloquial Catalan might be an quintessential source either for autonomous inexperienced persons and scholars taking classes in Catalan.

Course components:

The entire path contains the ebook and audio fabrics. those can be found to buy individually in paperback, booklet, CD and MP3 layout. The paperback and CDs can be bought jointly within the great-value Colloquials pack.

Paperback: 978-0-415-23412-2 (please word this doesn't contain the audio)

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Pack: 978-0-415-44203-9 (paperback and CDs)

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I’m called . . where where do you live? I live in street number do you have a telephone (number)? many Culture notes Surnames All Catalans have two family names (cognoms: usually the father’s surname first and the mother’s surname second) often linked with i (= and) and given together when appropriate. In this case Elena’s first surname (el primer cognom) is Pérez and her second one (el segon cognom) is Arnavat. In many situations, however, you will hear only the first surname being used. Telephone area codes All telephone numbers are preceded by the area code (el codi territorial) which must be used no matter where the call is made from.

Do you want my mobile? In this unit you will learn about: • • • • • • Asking people to repeat something Understanding short messages The present tense of estar ‘to be’ Possessive adjectives Adjectives in comparisons Superlatives Dialogue 1 Rachel wants to call her parents in England. RACHEL DANI RACHEL DANI RACHEL DANI Hi ha telèfon aquí? Sí, hi ha un telèfon a la sortida. És de monedes. Pots repetir, sisplau, més a poc a poc? Sí, és clar. És un telèfon que va amb monedes. Funciona amb monedes d’euro.

It is used as the standard way of saying what your name is/what you are called. In the dialogue we hear how to say your name, by saying em dic . . (= I call myself → I am called) and how to ask someone else what their name is in a formal way, by saying: com es diu (vostè)? ). The forms viu, visc are part of the verb viure (= to live) and té is from tenir (= to have). Like ser in Unit 1, these two verbs are irregular. There is a list of irregular verbs in the Grammar reference at the end of the book that you may find useful later on in the course.

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