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Sanskrit: A Complete Course for Beginners by…

Sanskrit: A Complete Course for Beginners (1976)

by Michael Coulson

Other authors: Richard Gombrich (Editor)

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Series: Teach Yourself Languages (Sanskrit), Teach Yourself (Languages)

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One of the best resources to learn the Sanskrit language that I have ever used.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0844238252, Paperback)

Functional and fun, each course offers full pronunciation guides, grammar summaries, dialogues, cultural notes, vocabulary charts, and irregular verb tables. Ideal for complete language study from comprehension, to speaking and writing skills, to understanding the culture.

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Contains much original material on Sanskrit syntax and usage. The carefully graded chapters explain Sanskrit grammar and style with exceptional clarity. The text includes an introduction to the ngar script, a useful explanation of how to use Sanskrit commentaries, plenty of examples from actual Sanskrit works, extensive vocabularies into and out of Sanskrit and a full key to all the exercises. The text has been completely re-set for this 2006 edition.… (more)

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