by J.S. Nagra
- a short, basic introduction to the Punjabi language.
by Surjit Kalram, Navtej Kaur Purewal and Sue Tyson-Ward
- an introduction to written and spoken Punjabi. Consists of a textbook and CDs with recordings of the dialogues and some of the exercises.
- a basic introduction to Punjabi. Includes dialogues, exercises, games, tests and notes in numerous languages. Introduces a fairly limited amount of vocabulary and phrases, but does so in an effective and fun way.
by Manghat Bhardwaj
- an introduction to spoken and written Punjabi. Includes a course book containing dialogues, grammatical notes, exercises and cultural information. Two audio cassettes or CDs with recordings of some of the dialogues and exercises are also available.
by K. Goswani
- a good, bilingual Punjabi-English, English-Punjabi dictionary. Knowledge of the Punjabi script is necessary to get the most out of it.
by Rishi Maranshah
- this bilingual dictionary and phrasebook contains over 4,000 entries in both the Gurmukhi (Punjabi) alphabet and in the Latin alphabet.
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