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by Tamar Makharoblidze

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Tamar Makharoblidze
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A Short Grammar of Georgian starts with a presentation of the Georgian writing system. The following chapters discuss nominal and verbal morphology with a special focus on poly-personal verbal conjugation.

A Short Grammar of Georgian starts with a presentation of the Georgian writing system. The data is presented in a very simple way so that one can learn the general items of Georgian Grammar rather easily. Besides the clear short description of Georgian grammar categories in traditional terms the author exposes some original views of the most complicated categories: such as version, personality, ergativity, destination and class-category.

Makharoblidze T. (2014) – A SHORT GRAMMAR OF GEORGIAN.

John Benjamins Publishing Company. Makharoblidze T. The Union of Deaf of Georgia,Bank of Georgia.

Makharoblidze, Tamar (2009). A Short Grammar of Georgian.

The Georgian numerals from 30 to 99 are constructed using a base-20 system, similar to the scheme used in Basque, French for numbers 80 through 99, or the notion of the score in English. The symbols for numbers in modern Georgian texts are the same Arabic numerals used in English, except that the comma is used as the decimal separator, and digits in large numbers are divided into groups of three using spaces or periods (full stops). Makharoblidze, Tamar (2009). Munich: Lincom Europe.

The book by Dr. Tamar Makharoblidze THE GEORGIAN VERB gives full information about Georgian verbal categories and all possible variations of verbal conjugation often not covered by other grammars. The book by Dr. Tamar Makharoblidze THE GEORGIAN VERB gives full information about Georgian verbal categories and all possible variations of verbal conjugation often not covered by other grammars

Ulrich Lueders, A Short Grammar of Georgian: Makharoblidze. A Short Grammar of Georgian starts with a presentation of the Georgianwriting system.

Ulrich Lueders, A Short Grammar of Georgian: Makharoblidze. Message 1: A Short Grammar of Georgian: Makharoblidze Date: 02-Mar-2009 From: Ulrich Lueders

I do have a copy of 'Georgian: A Learner's Grammar,' as well as 'Beginner's Georgian,' 'Georgian: A Reading Grammar' and 'Georgian . I think that is the books greatest flaw. It tries to present so much in such a short time. And the explanations are not the clearest for non-linguists.

I think that is the books greatest flaw. Also there is no audio for the book.

BASIC GEORGIAN" by Professor Tamar Makharoblidze is a book of practical Georgian for non-linguists. Tamar Makharoblidze, Roland Pfau. GESL verbs tha. More).

Makharoblidze, Tamar. Makharoblidze, Tamar. 1989 Verb movement, universal grammar, and the structure of IP. Tbilisi: Ilia State University, Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation. 2005 Standard negation: The negation of declarative verbal main clauses in a typological perspective. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Linguistic Inquiry 20(3).

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Georgian is the official language of Georgia. It's the primary language of about 3.9 million people in Georgia itself (about 83 percent of the population), and of another 500,000 abroad (chiefly in Turkey, Iran, Russia, USA and Europe). It is the literary language for all ethnographic groups of Georgian people, especially those who speak other South Caucasian languages (or Kartvelian languages). Georgian can be characterised as an agglutinative language. It shows split ergativity, poly-personal verbal constructions and has a subject-verb-object primary sentence structure. A Short Grammar of Georgian starts with a presentation of the Georgian writing system. The following chapters discuss nominal and verbal morphology with a special focus on poly-personal verbal conjugation. The data is presented in a very simple way so that one can learn the general items of Georgian Grammar rather easily. Besides the clear short description of Georgian grammar categories in traditional terms the author exposes some original views of the most complicated categories: such as version, personality, ergativity, destination and class-category. Prof. Makharoblidze is Professor in the Georgian Language Department of Tbilisi State University.