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This beginners dictionary is designed to help learners of Burmese to gain a solid foundational vocabulary for all further progress.
Stephen Nolan completed his BA (Hons) in Japanese and Linguistics from the University of Sydney, Australia  and went on to pursue a MA , and Ph.D  from the International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan. He has a great deal of experience in language and translation teaching, as well as in linguistic research. For the past seven years he has collaborated with a Burmese linguist to revise a dictionary and write papers on a tribal language of Burma, and has been working in refugee liaison and resettlement for Burmese peoples in Tasmania.
Nyi Nyi Lwin is a native of Mandalay, Burma, and is currently studying journalism at the University of Tasmania. He is an experienced editor and layout designer for a Burmese current affairs journal that is based in India.
I had a Burmese friend at work who speaks no english and I needed to find a way to communicate with him. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ron Penn
I really needed one with certain words and was glad it had them in this one, since other one I got had more of only tourist phrases.Published 16 months ago by jacki
This small book is very affordable and very useful for the Burmese Chin to learn English. Everyone in class can have one.Published 23 months ago by no more bugs