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Grammar of the Macedonian literary language. Skopje, (OCoLC) Online version: Lunt, Horace Gray, Grammar of the Macedonian literary language. Skopje, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Horace G Lunt. Grammar of the Macedonian Literary Language. Paperback – See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" — — $ Paperback from $ Manufacturer: Skopie. Get this from a library! A grammar of the Macedonian literary language. [Horace Gray Lunt] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ;. Macedonian literature, literature written in the South Slavic Macedonian language.. The earliest Macedonian literature, in the medieval period, was religious and Orthodox Christian. Under Ottoman Turkish rule (c. to ), Macedonian literature suffered an eclipse, but in the 19th century there appeared original lyric poetry written by Konstantin Miladinov, who, with his brother Dimitrije.
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A Grammar of Macedonian is the first comprehensive reference grammar to this language couched in the framework of generative grammar. The author has ensured cross-framework accessibility of the data by the constrained use of technical terminology and frequent reference to non-generative grammars of Macedonian, in particular to the works of BlaÅ¾e Koneski and Zuzanna Topolinjska. Macedonian literature (Macedonian: македонска книжевност) begins with the Ohrid Literary School in the First Bulgarian Empire (nowadays North Macedonia) in These first written works in the dialects of the Macedonian recension were religious. The school was established by St. Clement of Ohrid. The Macedonian recension at that time was part of the Old Church Slavonic and. The first official Macedonian grammar was developed by Krume Kepeski. One of the most important contributors in the standardisation of the Macedonian literary language was Blaže Koneski. The first document written in the literary standard Macedonian language is the first issue of the Nova Makedonija newspaper in Grammar. This lesson briefly goes over the personal pronouns and the verb 'to be'. Personal pronouns. Macedonian, like many other languages in the world, has three grammatical genders, which are masculine, feminine and neuter, and two grammatical numbers, which are singular and plural. Here is a table with all personal pronouns in Macedonian.