Grammar en Español

I've been reviewing my Spanish over the last couple of days using my Side-by-Side Spanish & English Grammar book. I edited the notes I took, and realized how little I had decided to keep from what I had scribbled down. That's a good thing though, because that means I remembered a lot.

I'm not obsessed with grammar, but since I primarily concentrate on reading and writing, it's kind of hard not to have a certain amount of focus on it.

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  1. This is a bit off topic, but I noticed that you had studied some Norwegian in your profile. I'm interested in studying Norwegian, and would like to know which materials you used?

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  2. And how is your Polish?
    Greetings from Warsaw :)

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  3. mark,
    Right now I'm using Teach Yourself Norwegian, which seems to cover a lot of ground.
    I also have a few books saved to my Amazon Wishlist that you may find helpful:
    -Teach Yourself Norwegian Conversation
    -Beginner's Norwegian
    -Norwegian Verbs and Essentials of Grammar
    -Norwegian: An Essential Grammar
    I haven't been keeping on top of my Norwegian lately, but it is a fun language. :)

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    agapl,
    My Polish is coming along very slowly, but that's okay. :) Warsaw looks like a beautiful and interesting city; I'd love to see it some day. :)

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