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Tuttle Mini Burmese Dictionary is the most up-to-date Burmese dictionary available and is ideal for any application where a handy, portable dictionary is required. This powerful pocket reference contains the following special features: Bidirectional Burmese-English and English-Burmese sections. | 4,000 to 5,000 entries in each direction. | Headwords printed in color for quick and easy reference. | Romanized forms and Burmese script for all Burmese words. | A guide to pronunciation helps the user to pronounce Burmese words correctly. | Latest computer, Internet, mobile phone and social media…mehr

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  • Größe: 2.86MB
Produktbeschreibung
Tuttle Mini Burmese Dictionary is the most up-to-date Burmese dictionary available and is ideal for any application where a handy, portable dictionary is required. This powerful pocket reference contains the following special features:
  • Bidirectional Burmese-English and English-Burmese sections.
  • 4,000 to 5,000 entries in each direction.
  • Headwords printed in color for quick and easy reference.
  • Romanized forms and Burmese script for all Burmese words.
  • A guide to pronunciation helps the user to pronounce Burmese words correctly.
  • Latest computer, Internet, mobile phone and social media terms .
  • The ideal dictionary for business, study and travel.

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Autorenporträt
Aung Kyaw Phyo lives and works in Myanmar. He is currently Assistant Lecturer of English at Taungoo University, where he specializes in semantics, phonetics and syntax. He holds a BA in English from Taungoo University, an MA in TEFL from Yangon University of Foreign Languages and an MA in TESOL from Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand. As well as a teacher, he is a translator, whose assignments include linguistic theses and NGO reports. He is currently translating a book on linguistics for the Burmese publishing house Koon Chan Lann. He has also written articles on education, youth and politics for Myanmar news magazine the Voice Journal.