The second part deals with the so-called Fluency Exercises. The scheme is explained in detail in the introduction to the series. The author believes that a complete and thorough mastery of this section will help the learner to establish a correct pronuncia tion and accent of Polish words, and at the same time acquaint him with some of the grammar in a practical way. Grammar is the subject of the next divis1on. Here no attempt has been made to give an exhaust ive treatise on Polish grammar, but rather some condensed information about the principal points of it. This part may be well used in conjunction with the Fluency Exercises. Perhaps the most useful section of the manual may be found in the fourth part. A glance at the table of contents will show the number of practical phrases and conversations which have been em bodied here. Care has been exercised to include nothing but practical subjects. The language used is the language of everyday life. It is. True that all the possible subjects were not included, — the limits of the book did not permit of that, — yet there will be found here enough material to meet all ordinary occasions. The vocabulary at the end of the book contains a comprehensive list of words in daily use.