Pimsleur Punjabi Level 1 Lessons 26-30 MP3

Pimsleur Punjabi Level 1 Lessons 26-30 MP3

Learn to Speak and Understand Punjabi with Pimsleur Language Programs

  • Format: MP3
  • Lessons: 5
  • ISBN: 9781442356993
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Includes 5 lessons (150 minutes) as MP3 download

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This course includes Lessons 26-30 plus reading instruction from the Punjabi Level 1 Program featuring 3.5 hours of language instruction. Each lesson provides 30 minutes of spoken language practice, with an introductory conversation, and new vocabulary and structures. Detailed instructions enable you to understand and participate in the conversation. Practice for vocabulary introduced in previous lessons is included in each lesson. The emphasis is on pronunciation and comprehension, and on learning to speak Punjabi.

Reading Lessons are included at the end of Lesson 30 to provide you with an introduction to reading Punjabi using the Gurmukhi script. These lessons, which total about one hour, are designed to teach you to sound out words with Punjabi pronunciation and accent. A Reading Booklet to be used with the audio lessons is also included in PDF format.

The Punjabi Language
Punjabi is an Indo-Aryan language of the Indo-European language family. It is unique for being the only tonal language in this family. There are ten Punjabi dialects which are mostly mutually intelligible. This course teaches the Eastern Punjabi dialect as spoken in India. Punjabi is spoken by approximately 110-112 million people world-wide. It is an official language in the Indian states of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh, and is also spoken elsewhere in northwestern India. Although not considered an official language in Pakistan, it is spoken by the majority in the Pakistani province of Punjab. It is also spoken by expatriate communities in Bangladesh, Canada, Fiji, Kenya, Libya, Malaysia (Peninsular), Mauritius, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and the United States. In Canada, Punjabi is thought to be the sixth most frequently spoken language. Punjabi is most commonly written using the Gurmukhi script.

Tech Talk
- Lessons can be downloaded using the Pimsleur Course Manager App for iPad, iPhone and Android devices, and Mac or Windows computers, or
- Lessons can be downloaded as a zip file for use in iTunes or Windows Media Player.
- All purchased courses are backed up in your Pimsleur.com cloud-based digital library account.
- Lessons can be played on your iPod or any MP3 player.
- The Pimsleur Course Manager App can be installed on several devices for personal use only.
- Lessons are non-DRM (Digital Rights Management) MP3 files and can be copied onto a CD or DVD for playing in a CD/DVD player.

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Great Product!

By jsunflower2009

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  • Easy to use
  • Fun
  • It Works
  • Perfects Accent
  • Portable


  • Needs A Phase 2

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Comments about Punjabi Phase 1, Unit 26-30:

This program really works and the only complaint I have is that I've finished all the lessons. Please make more! I will definitley buy them if you make more!!! If not, at least these programs gave me a great start to the language. Thanks for these programs!

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