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Grammatical Notices Of The Burmese Language
June 1, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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The Burmese language (Burmese: မြန်မာဘာသာ, MLCTS: mranmabhasa, IPA: [mjəmà bàðà]) is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken in Myanmar where it is an official language and the language of the Bamar people, the country's principal ethnic gh the Constitution of Myanmar officially recognizes the English name of the language as the Myanmar language, most English. Second is the care taken to highlight equivalences and differences between the Colloquial and Formal styles of Burmese. This work is a pioneering step in Burmese corpus linguistics Readers can look forward to allowing the "Dictionary" to solve their Burmese grammar problems one by one.' - Justin Watkins, Aseasuk NewsCited by:
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: Adoniram Judson. Burmese: An Introduction to the Spoken Language, Books 1 and 2 focus on early encounters with Burmese speakers in Burma and abroad. Book 1 lays the groundwork, with copious exercises on tape, covering high-frequency sentence structures, pronunciation, question and answer with what, which, where, who, how much, numbers, quantifying, time-telling.
The Myanmar language, Burmese, belongs to the Tibeto-Myanmar language group of the Sino-Tibetan family. It is also morphologically rich and agglutinative language. Myanmar words are postpositionally inflected with various grammatical features. သူ. The book is a model example of large-scale language documentation in the true sense of the word. It includes a theoretically informed grammatical description, a selection of texts, and an extensive discussion of the previous sources, accompanied by a dialect survey and a brief introduction to the customs and the culture.
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Grammatical Notices of the Burmese Language 1. The verbal in ခြင်း, from အခြင်း, an act, deed, denotes action or being, in the abstract, as သွားခြင်း, going, 2. The verbal in ရာ, from အရာ, a thing, subject, matter, denotes the object of an action, or the place, where a thing 3.
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John Okell, now retired, was for many years Lecturer in Burmese at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. He is the author of First Steps in Burmese and A Reference Grammar of Colloquial Burmese and coauthor of Burmese/Myanmar: A Dictionary of Grammatical Forms, and he continues to teach short courses in Thailand, in Burma, in Spain, in the USA, and at /5(16).
Home / Ebook / Language In book section, We have () (Language) books totals to read online freely. Please check out and let us know if readers have any advice. The material of Book 2 is arranged in five levels, each of which covers the same set of topics, but each succeeding level both consolidates and extends the learnerÆs proficiency in the topic.
The lessons are followed by appendices on etiquette and social behavior in Burma and an outline of Burmese grammar. The Burmese language is written from left to right, and without any division of words.
The pure Burmese is monosyllabic, every word consisting of one syllable only; but the introduction of the Pali language, with the Boodhistic religion, has occasioned the incorporation of many polysyllabic words of Pali origin into the pure Burmese.
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Grammatical Notices Of The Burmese Language June 1,Kessinger Publishing, LLC Paperback in English - Bilingual edition. had not a very extensive acquaintanae with the Burmese language. He would not, however, have consented to pub- lish it, had he not been satisfied, on a careful examination, that it exhibits a correct outline of the principles of the language, however deficient it may be in grammatical de- tails.
Appears in 4 books from Page 36 - becomes pri (Judson) ; pn (past) is sometimes future. 2) One of the affixes of the future tense is „man" (mi) pronounced, and often found written „may", and which there is no doubt, is a dialectic variety of „ma 4/5(1).
This dictionary contains: The 3, 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 (i>mranma ).
Information on Burmese grammar. Information on pronouncing Burmese. Grammatical Notices of the Burmese Language by Adoniram Judson,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Adoniram Judson.
The material presented here is checked against Myanmar language grammar text books published by the Ministry of Education for accuracy and correctness. You will always see or hear literary form of conjunctions in formal speeches, announcements, news and in the written language. Outline of Burmese grammar, by W S Cornyn.
(out of print), Language dissertat Supplement to Language 20/4, Baltimore There are also grammatical descriptions in some of the course books, e.g. Burmese: an introduction to the spoken language, Book 2, by John Okell, pp ff.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Grammatical Notices of the Burmese Language by Adoniram Judson (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at .• Grammatical notices of the Burmese language by Adoniram Judson () • Burmese reader being an easy introduction to the written language and companion to Judson's grammar, by Richard St.
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