Peace Corps - Romanian Grammar Workbook
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Designed as a reference tool for continued language learning beyond the beginning level, this workbook provides explanations and sets of exercises for learning, practicing, and understanding the major points of Romanian grammar. The manual contains 11 units on certain grammar problems for use with a tutor or under self-guided learning circumstances.
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Romania: English Education
Romanian is a Romance language spoken by around 24 million people as a native language, primarily in Romania and Moldova, and by another 4 million people as a second language. It has official status in Romania, Republic of Moldova, the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina in Serbia and in the autonomous Mount Athos in Greece. In the Republic of Moldova, besides the term limba rom?na, the language is also often called limba moldoveneasca ("Moldovan"); to avoid the political overtones both terms have in that country, a compromise solution has been to call it limba de stat ("the state language").
Romanian is spoken in: Moldova, Romania, Ukraine
Romanian is also called: Daco-Romanian, Daco-Rumanian, Moldavan, Moldavian