A selection of language courses, dictionaries, grammars and other learning materials for learning Urdu, the national language of Pakistan.
by Richard Delacy
- this book teachers you to read and write the Urdu script its most common form: Nasta'liq. It shows you the shapes of each of the letters and how they fit together.
by David Matthews & Mohamed Kasim Dalvi
- an up-to-date course in spoken and written Urdu suitable for beginners. Includes a course book containing dialogues, grammatical notes, exercises and cultural information, together with CDs with recordings of some of the dialogues and exercises.
by Khawaja M. Zakariya
- quite a basic introduction to the Urdu language. A knowledge of the Urdu script is necessary to get the most from this course.
- a basic introduction to Urdu. 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.
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by Tej Bhatia
- an introduction to spoken and written Urdu. Includes a course book containing dialogues, grammatical notes, exercises and cultural information. Two audio cassettes with recordings of some of the dialogues and exercises are also available.
by Nicholas Awde
- this dictionary is intended for Urdu speakers learning English, but is also useful to English speakers learning Urdu.
by Nicholas Awde
by Ruth Laila Schmidt
- a clear, fairly comprehensive Urdu grammar reference book.
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