Learn Punjabi Learn Punjabi 5abi - Five Lessons - Fast Progress

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    This approach is a little bit different from what is normally presented on the net. The author, Rupinderpal Singh Dhillon, uses a linguistics approach. (Personally I believe this is a better approach for adults.) Each lesson will take a few days to complete. However at the end of 5 lessons, you will have learned a lot. :happy:


    Introduction
    It has been a long standing demand of the 5abi.com readers that we should, using the techniques of information technology and the multi-media capabilities of the Internet, provide a series of Punjabi learning modules. Although, due to our limited resources, we have not been able to develop interactive, computer based learning packages, here we present a series of simple and useful lessons which, we hope, our readers (particularly the second generation overseas Punjabis) will find them helpful in their quest to learn the Punjabi language. What is more important, the lessons are devised by someone who for his years of commitment and dedication has taught himslef the Gurmukhi script and has agreed to develop these lessons for the 5abi.com readers.
    Rupinderpal Singh Dhillon, has lived in the UK most of his life and has the first hand experience of the difficulties of learning one's mother language in an alien environment. All over the world, especially in the Western countries, there are many Punjabi learning schools set up by the respective Governments and non-Government organisations (mainly Gurudwaras). Sadly, they all lack modern teaching aids and learning material (books etc.) readily available for all the other modern languages. This is attributable mainly due to fact that such material is neither developed nor available in the mother country, i.e. the Punjab. To address this issue the overseas Punjabi community (especially the Punjabi businesses and entrepreneurs) can do a lot, in terms of sponsoring such developments. We look forward to their suggestions and views.
     
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