Anyone here interested is the study of comparative linguistics/languages, either ancient and modern (any)?
Anyone had much luck finding grammars of German, Russian, Spanish etc. or books on language from a linguisitic approach?
Although there's lots to be had in "audio" (audio phrase books, ripped CDs that help you to learn a bit about a language before you travel to that country) all I've been able to find in "documents" really are instruction manuals in other languages.
Searching with the keywords/phrases:
-"ultimate <language name>"
-"in your car"
Will occasionally find the following languages under "audio":
However what I'm after is books on grammar, not just phrase books. I've had the most luck for French and Chinese, but I thought if I mentioned it in our new "bookworld" there would be some interest -- we seem to have a fairly international membership.