Panjabi Made Easy by J. S. Nagra


Panjabi Made Easy by J. S. Nagra

This book is the first one in the Panjabi Made Easy series. It is meant primarily for beginners of Panjabi. It will prove useful to more advanced learners whose first or dominant language is English. It is also the first book in the series designed for students preparing for the foundation level GCSE Examination in Panjabi. Slightly modified Roman script is used throughout to facilitate the learning of Panjabi sounds, but not to replace the Panjabi script. Learning the Panjabi script is an exciting intellectual adventure which must not be missed by anyone interested in the language, though it is perfectly possible to learn spoken Panjabi without learning Panjabi script.

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48 pages


J. S. Nagra
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Publication date

30th April 2008



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