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Synopsis: This practical Burmese-English, English-Burmese dictionary is designed to help English speakers communicate in Burmese, whether or not you can read the Burmese alphabet. All Burmese words are listed in both Burmese script and an easy-to-learn, English-like pronunciation system that fully expresses the Burmese sound, including the tones and everything else you need to speak and understand Burmese words correctly.
Unlike traditional dictionaries, there are three sections: you can look up an English word in the English section, look up a Burmese word you read using the Burmese Script section, or look up a Burmese word you hear by its sound in the unique Burmese Sound section.
Whether you are visiting Burma for a short while or studying the Burmese language, you will find most of the vocabulary used in everyday life, including basic medical, cultural, political and scientific terms.
It's the one dictionary you can really use! And it comes in a portable size that is easy to carry around Burma.
About the Author: Aung Soe Min (pen name Lut Lat Ein) graduated as a mechanical power engineer from the Governmental Technical Institute in Chauk in 1993. That same year, he founded Lin U Taya Publishing. Since that time, he has published numerous books, written three books on current issues, one book-length poem, and has translated six English books into Burmese, along with writing numerous news articles, magazine essays, reviews, poems, and educational materials, among other writing projects. He has been editor of Thint Bawa, Thet Tan Yaung Zin, New Spectator, General English Magazine, and Pandawwin among other general interest and educational magazines.
Nance Cunningham has a BA in International Studies from the University of Washington, and a Masters in Health Science from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. She has lived in Burma since 1999. After immersion in Burmese language for eight years, she spent a year as a Blakemore Fellow, learning Shan. In addition to public health and humanitarian work, she writes and records educational materials for learning English, Burmese, and Shan.
Title: Burmese-English English-Burmese Compact ...
Publisher: Paiboon Publishing
Publication Date: 2009
Book Condition: Used: Good
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