Designed for readers who have never learnt Urdu before, or who want to brush up their Urdu, this is a complete spoken and written course in the language. It contains a range of graded units of dialogue, culture notes, grammar and exercises. There is also a step-by-step guide to pronunciation and an Urdu-English vocabulary. The course is structured so that readers can work at their own pace, arranging their learning to suit their own needs. A cassette to accompany the book is also included.
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David Matthews taught Urdu and Nepali at the School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS), University of London for over thirty years. He has written 17 publications on aspects of Urdu and Nepali language and literature and also worked towards his own PhD on the Urdu of the medieval Deccan. He takes an active part in the activities of Urdu-speaking communities of the UK and Europe, and he has a special interest in the teaching and examining of Urdu in British schools. He is a fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain. Mohamed Kasim Dalvi has been Head Urdu and co-ordinator for Community Languages for a London Borough. He is currently Chair of Examinations (Urdu) for Edexcel and teaches at SOAS Language Centre.
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