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by Muhammad Abd-Al-Rahman Barker,H. J. Hamdani

  • ISBN: 0879503408
  • Author: Muhammad Abd-Al-Rahman Barker,H. J. Hamdani
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  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 497
  • Publisher: Spoken Language Services; 1st edition (June 1, 1975)
  • Formats: mbr docx mbr rtf
  • Category: Reference
  • Subcategory: Foreign Language Study & Reference
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Ernest Bender, Muhammad Abd-Al-Rahman Barker, Shafiqur Rahman & Hasan Jahangir Hamdani - 1969 - Journal of. .Classical Urdu Poetry. Ernest Bender, Muhammad Abd-Al-Rahman Barker & Shah Abdus Salam - 1978 - Journal of the American Oriental Society 98 (3):353.

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Abd al-Rahman ibn 'Awf (Arabic: عبد الرحمن بن عوف‎) (. 81 CE – . 54 CE):94,103 was one of the companions of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. He is known for being one of the Ten Promised Paradise

Abd al-Rahman ibn 'Awf (Arabic: عبد الرحمن بن عوف‎) (. He is known for being one of the Ten Promised Paradise. His parents were both from the Zuhra clan of the Quraysh tribe in Mecca. His father was 'Awf ibn 'Abd-'Awf and his mother was al-Shifaa bint 'Awf. His original name was Abdu Amru ("servant of Amru"). It was Muhammad who renamed him 'Abd al-Rahman ("servant of the Most Merciful").

Therefore, words contained in this book are only those appeared in the newspaper reader. I use this book as a quick reference for reading Urdu news online. But it may not contain many vocabulary items appeared in day-to-day conversation.

Muhammad Abd-Al-Rahman Barker has been listed as a noteworthy linguistics educator by Marquis Who's Who. Works.

A Course in Urdu (Volume 2). (This volume two and contains units 16-25 ) This volume two and contains units 16-25. The book is 9 by 1. inches. Barker, Muhammad Abd-Al-Rahman was born on November 2, 1929 in Spokane, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Loris T. and Gertrude (Barnhardt) Barker. Bachelor of Arts, University Washington, 1951; Doctor of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley, 1959. Muhammad Abd-Al-Rahman Barker has been listed as a noteworthy linguistics educator by Marquis Who's Who. Spoken Urdu ; a Course in Urdu.

BarkerMuhammad Abd al-Rahman and others: An Urdu newspaper word count. By Muhammad Abd al-Rahman Barker, Hasan Jahangir Hamdani, Khwaja Muhammad Shafi Dihlavi. xliii, 453 pp. Montreal: Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University, 1969. Distributed by McGill University Press.

Book by Barker, Muhammad Abd-al-Rahman; Hamdani, Hasan Jahangir; Dihlavi, Khwaja Muhamma
Comments (3)

riki
The type setting of this book can be updated from cold-war courier font, but this is the best Urdu course available - far better than the "colloquial Urdu" and "teach yourself Urdu" books that only give you a smattering of the language. This book isn't as pretty, but it's better. So so so much better. If you're looking to actually learn Urdu to a level of an educated speaker, get this book. It's very useful for Indian and Pakistani people who grew up in the west. In fact, it's better than any Hindi course I've seen (the spoken Hindustani book is useless, though) so if you're aim is to learn Hindi, then use this book too!

Firstly, it's a large course with thousands of words. It's goal is for you to actually learn Urdu to a high level of proficiency. Volume two has long passages about democracy, human rights, Urdu poetry etc. in other books, the most Urdu you'll learn involved simple passages that sound artificial.

But this doesn't just teach literary Urdu, it teaches colloquial too right from the start. Anyone familiar with Urdu knows a common verb formation involves "verb stem+Jana." Other books barely address this, and teach you only basic conjugation, but when you hear Urdu speakers, they typically use the verb stem + Jana formation all the time. This book explains it very early on.

Another fantastic thing about this book is that it actually explains the nuances if each word. Other books rely on a simple direct English to Urdu translation. This actually has a word study section discussing each word!

It also has an in depth explanation of grammar. This is the only difficult part, because it doesn't dumb anything down. The course was designed for diplomats, so it assumes the reader is intelligent.

This is a tough course, but learning a language in depth is tough. This is about 1000pages in two volumes. No other course matches this. "Teach yourself" series is only about 200 pages and very basic. So is the colloquial Urdu book.

The other reviewer for this book focuses on the typeset too much without reviewing the actual content. Take her advice with a spoonful of salt.
Drelalak
I like this for the vocabulary, but the print could be a bit larger.
Blackworm
This is the worst printed text book I have ever seen. The text is too small and the writer cannot explain his lessons in a language a reader can understand.A waste of money and time.

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