By George Hewitt
Because the name says, a accomplished textbook for Abkhaz. dependent off the Abzhywa dialect, that's the literary dialect. Written for use alone.
But this publication isn't really for the faint of middle. it is a demanding language (unless you ensue to already communicate one other NE Caucasian language) and this textbook doesn't attempt to safeguard the learner from its difficulty.
This booklet might significantly profit with audio. i am not yes if any used to be made.
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