Series: Routledge Comprehensive Grammars

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Cantonese: A Comprehensive Grammar by Stephen Matthews
Catalan: A Comprehensive Grammar by Max Wheeler
Chinese: A Comprehensive Grammar by Yip Po-Ching
Danish: A Comprehensive Grammar by Robin Allan
Dutch: A Comprehensive Grammar by Bruce Donaldson
Greek: A Comprehensive Grammar by David Holton
Indonesian: A Comprehensive Grammar (Comprehensive Grammars) by James Neil Sneddon
Japanese: A Comprehensive Grammar (Routledge Grammars) by Stefan Kaiser
Modern Welsh: A Comprehensive Grammar by Gareth King
Modern Written Arabic: A Comprehensive Grammar by Adrian Gully
Slovene: A Comprehensive Grammar (Comprehensive Grammars) by Peter Herrity
Swedish: A Comprehensive Grammar by Philip Holmes
Turkish: A Comprehensive Grammar by Asli Göksel
Ukrainian: A Comprehensive Grammar (Comprehensive Grammars) by Ian Press

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  4. Colloquial Swedish (Colloquial Series) by Philip Holmes (1990)
  5. An Introduction to Modern Japanese: Book 1 by Richard John Bowring (1992)
  6. Tuttle Concise Indonesian Dictionary: Indonesian-English English-Indonesian by A. L. N. Kramer (1993)
  7. 201 Swedish Verbs by Richard Auletta (1975)
  8. Media Arabic by Julia Ashtiany (1993)
  9. Danish in Three Months by Knud Ravnkilde (1969)
  10. Mandarin Chinese: A Functional Reference Grammar by Charles N. Li (1981)
  11. The Arabic Language by Kees Versteegh (1997)
  12. Bahasa Indonesia Book 2: Introduction to Indonesian Language and Culture by Yohanni Johns (1990)
  13. A Handbook of Common Japanese Phrases by Sanseido (1997)
  14. Colloquial Turkish Pack : The Complete Course for Beginners (Colloquial Series) (Colloquial Series (Multimedia)) by Jeroen Aarssen (2000)
  15. Swedish: An Elementary Grammar-Reader by Gladys Hird (1980)

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