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Spanische Grammatik (1979)

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This translation of Jacques de Bruyne's »Spaanse Spraakkunst« is the first to make the work available to a German-speaking audience. With its 15 chapters, it provides a comprehensive survey of present-day Spanish. The Flemish original (3rd edition 1989) is an indispensable standard work of reference for all Flemish/Dutch teachers and students of Spanish and has been thoroughly revised and expanded for the German translation. A detailed table of contents and a meticulous subject index facilitate swift access to the discussion of individual grammar problems. The »Grammar of Spanish« addresses itself to all Hispanophiles and especially to all students and teachers of Spanish. Romance scholars will derive particular profit from the emphasis not only on the difference between Spanish and German, but also on those between Spanish and French.… (more)
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Spanische Grammatik by Jacques De Bruyne (1979)

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... toute grammaire est en même temps en éloge de la langue décrite...
J.-C. Milner, L'amour de la langue, Ed. du Seuil, Paris, 1978, blz. 40)
[zo'n kruisweg is het aanleren van een taal] adeo ut vel una grammatica abunde satis sit ad perpetuam vitae carnificinam
(Erasmus, Stultitiae Laus, caput XXXII)
... los que gobiernan insulas, por lo menos, han de saber gramática
(Cervantes, Quijote, II,3)
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This translation of Jacques de Bruyne's »Spaanse Spraakkunst« is the first to make the work available to a German-speaking audience. With its 15 chapters, it provides a comprehensive survey of present-day Spanish. The Flemish original (3rd edition 1989) is an indispensable standard work of reference for all Flemish/Dutch teachers and students of Spanish and has been thoroughly revised and expanded for the German translation. A detailed table of contents and a meticulous subject index facilitate swift access to the discussion of individual grammar problems. The »Grammar of Spanish« addresses itself to all Hispanophiles and especially to all students and teachers of Spanish. Romance scholars will derive particular profit from the emphasis not only on the difference between Spanish and German, but also on those between Spanish and French.

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