Learn Punjabi: Start Speaking Today. Absolute Beginner to Conversational Speaker Made Simple and Easy! Kindle Edition
If you have always wanted to learn Punjabi quickly but find it too overwhelming or complicated then keep reading …
Punjabi is a fun language to learn, the problem is most learning materials are costly and make language learning too complicated. They start of good but then advance too quickly. Just like those dreaded language classes in school. The result, nothing sinks in, you become overwhelmed and eventually give up.
We know learning a foreign language isn’t easy, it challenges both your brain and your time. Learning new concepts and setting aside time for your learning can be difficult. And if you’re studying with bad material you can end up getting stuck more than necessary, which isn’t fun.
Most students feel to start learning a language you simply need to start. That’s true but it’s better to first find the right resources to help you progress smoothly. Otherwise it can be a real motivation killer.
If these are problems you’ve faced, don’t worry we’re here for you. The days of difficult learning are long gone!
We’ve created this book which aims to make language learning simple. We teach you language patterns and grammar structures which can be used to form your own sentences. Instead of set phrases, which aren’t very practical.
No more complex learning! We keep it simple topic to topic and help you progress through Punjabi smoothly. Starting with greetings, moving to introductions, small talk and then conversations. From the very beginning you’ll be learning how to speak Punjabi. And before you know it you’ll be speaking like a true Punjabi!
In this book you will discover:
- Simple and smooth approach to Punjabi with topics that slowly build on each other. You won’t need another grammar book after you’ve begun reading this one!
- Learn how to form your own sentences instead of just set phrases, allowing you to have longer more fun conversations.
- Essential vocabulary section with some of the most common words in Punjabi. You’ll definitely find this useful!
- Totally written in romanji (English characters) , we leave the reading and writing of Punjabi behind and solely focus on getting you to a conversational speaking level.
- And much, much more…
Even if you’ve struggled to learn Punjabi for years and years, this book gives you the missing piece you need towards your fluency journey.
So if you want to learn Punjabi fast and painlessly scroll up and click add to cart.
- ASIN : B0838XKGT7
- Language : English
- File size : 1592 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 139 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #178,727 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Very helpfulReviewed in the United Kingdom on March 13, 2022
I used this book in conjunction with classes and found it really useful. Lots of great tips. Definitely recommended to beginners.
Nice learning curve.Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 16, 2021
Great book, lots to learn and very informative A++ will read and read again. Would like to say thank you to the author for there hard work and dedication.
Monika Hareshkumar Haswani
It is more hindi than punjabi and doesn't serve speaking skill of language.Reviewed in India on February 21, 2020
It's not pure punjabi. It's hindi kind of punjabi. The one which we normally listen in hindi movies! But this book is meant for teaching pure punjabi of Punjab which the book does not serve at all. It is more hindi than punjabi language. Don't go for it if you wish to learn real punjabi. And the most important thing is that usage of punjabi lipi or atleast hindi should have been done because the swaras and pronunciation of punjabi/hindi differ very much from English. Because of this it is not advisable to use this book because it neglects the main thing completely which is important to speak and learn any language.
Loved itReviewed in India on January 15, 2020
Author(s) teaches the language essentials in an easy way. Good book for a beginner with English background.
Helpful, but partly HindiReviewed in the United States on December 16, 2020
Much of it is Hindi, as others have described. I do like the way it is laid out, but I do wish it gave pronunciation tips. (My husband is Punjabi but doesn't have the patience to teach without guidelines, hence the book. He reports that many of my pronunciations are hilarious since I have to guess)
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