Today's Republic of Croatia is a cresent-shaped country with its northern arm stretching from the border with Serbia in the east to the border with Italy in the west before turning south down the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Between seven and eight million tourists visited Croatia in 2002, most attracted by the Mediterranean atmosphere of old towns Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik, and the number has been steadily growing since peace returned to the region at the end of 1995. Croatian is one of the family of Slavonic languages. It is very close to Serbian and they were formerly regarded as one language - Serbo-Croat - although most native speakers now recognise differences which are not only of a linguistic but also of a cultural nature. They remain mutually comprehensible as the standard forms of language spoken across most of today's Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia. Starting with the basics, this course moves at a lively pace to give you a good level of understanding, speaking and writing. It offers lots of opportunities to practise the kind of language you will need to be able to communicate with confidence and understand Croatian culture. The "Teach Yourself Croatian" book (0-340-84624-0) and CD (0-340-84626-7) are available separately or in a pack (0-340-84625-9).
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David Norris has taught Serbian and Croatian Studies since 1980. He is currently Senior Lecturer at the University of Nottingham.
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