Pocket Burmese Dictionary
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Pocket Burmese Dictionary : Burmese-English English-Burmese

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It's never a good idea to be overly-relient on technology while traveling! Look up words quickly and easily with this great little Burmese dictionary.Intended for use by tourists, students, and business people travelling to Myanmar Pocket Burmese Dictionary is an essential tool for communicating in Burmese. A great way to learn Burmese, it features all the essential Burmese vocabulary appropriate for beginning to intermediate students. It's handy pocket format and easy-to read type will make any future trip to Myanmar much easier. In addition to being an excellent English to Burmese dictionary and Burmese to English dictionary Pocket Burmese Dictionary contains important notes on the Burmese language, Burmese grammar, and Burmese pronunciation. All Burmese word are written in Romanized form as well as authentic Burmese script (mranma akkha.ra) so that in the case of difficulties the book can simply be shown to the person the user is trying to communicate with. This dictionary contains: The 3,000 most commonly used words in the Burmese language. Burmese-English and English-Burmese sections. An introduction to the Burmese language. Romanized Burmese and Burmese script (mranma akkha.ra). Information on Burmese grammar. Information on pronouncing Burmese.Other books from this bestselling series you might enjoy include: Pocket Vietnamese Dictionary, Pocket Cambodian Dictionary, Pocket Thai Dictionary, and Pocket Malay Dictionary.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 104.14 x 187.96 x 10.16mm | 68.04g
  • PERIPLUS EDITIONS
  • Boston, United States
  • Burmese
  • Bilingual edition
  • Bilingual
  • 3,000 of the most commonly used words
  • 0794605737
  • 9780794605735
  • 85,441

About Stephen Nolan

Stephen Nolan completed his BA (Hons) in Japanese, Linguistics and Asian History from the University of Sydney, Australia [1995] and went on to pursue a MA [1998], and a Ph.D [2001] from the International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan. He had vast teaching and research experiences. For the past seven years he collaborated with a Burmese linguist to revise a Burmese dictionary, and had too begun work in refugee liaison and resettlement for various Burmese peoples in Tasmania.show more

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