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ERIC Number: ED013435
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 1
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A COURSE IN URDU, VOLUME ONE.
BARKER, MUHAMMAD ABD AL RAHMAN; AND OTHERS
THIS 15-UNIT INTRODUCTION TO URDU IS BASED ON A LITERATE VARIETY OF DIHLAVI (I.E. OF DELHI) URDU AS EMPLOYED TODAY IN INDIA AND PAKISTAN. BRIEF SKETCHES OF INDO-PAKISTANI LIFE ARE INCLUDED IN THE MATERIAL AND ALTHOUGH A LARGE PART OF THIS INFORMATION IS APPLICABLE TO NORTHERN INDIA AS WELL, MUCH IS STRICTLY PAKISTANI IN CONTENT. UNIT FORMAT GENERALLY CONSISTS OF CONVERSATIONAL DIALOGS IN WHICH NEW VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURES ARE INTRODUCED IN BUILD-UP FASHION, WORD STUDIES, PHONETICS NOTES AND DRILLS, ANALYSIS SECTIONS, AND FURTHER VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR DRILLS. THE TRADITIONAL URDU VARIETY OF THE ARABIC SCRIPT IS INTRODUCED GRADUALLY BEGINNING WITH UNIT VI. IT IS ASSUMED THAT AN INDO-PAKISTANI TUTOR AND A SET OF RECORDED TAPES WILL BE EMPLOYED WITH THIS COURSE. ALSO ASSUMED IS A KNOWLEDGE OF LINGUISTICS ON THE PART OF THE STUDENT AND THE INSTRUCTOR. THIS TEXT IS AVAILABLE FROM THE MCGILL UNIVERSITY PRESS, 3458 REDPATH STREET, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA. (AM)
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Authoring Institution: McGill Univ., Montreal (Quebec). Inst. of Islamic Studies.
Identifiers: ARABIC SCRIPT; Hindi (Literary); INDIA; PAKISTAN