A Beginner's Guide to Tajiki

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Psychology Press, 2004 - Foreign Language Study - 371 pages
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This textbook has been written for English-speakers learning Tajiki. Each lesson contains the following sections: a short commentary in English on the subject around which the lesson has been prepared; a key vocabulary list on the lesson's theme; dialogues focused around the theme of the lesson; a grammar section introducing one or more points of grammar; exercises providing opportunities for controlled practice of new vocabulary and grammar presented in that lesson. Many lessons also include proverbs and short texts followed by discussion questions, and there is a quiz, to promote free language practice or encourage thinking about how to ask and answer questions. The book's appendices contain useful information, such as examples of formal/informal letters, invitations, and congratulation/condolence speeches.

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John Hayward has taught English as a foreign language in Tajikistan since 1995 and is now director of a non-governmental organisation contributing to educational development.

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