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Cambodian System of Writing and Beginning Reader by Franklin E. Huffman

This volume consists of four parts: (1) The Cambodian Writing System, a formal description of the relationship between the writing system and the phonology of the language; (2) Programmed Reading Exercises, a series of highly structured reading drills to train the student to read all regular Cambodian word shapes; (3) Beginning Cambodian Reader, fifty reading selections, graded in length and difficulty, ranging from short, simple narratives to essays on various aspects of Cambodian culture; and (4) Cambodian-English Glossary, containing some 2,000 words.

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Intermediate Cambodian Reader by Franklin E. Huffman

Originally published by Yale University Press, 1972. Reissued by Cornell Southeast Asia Program, 1988. 499 pages. (Oversized) This SEAP Language text has accompanying audio, available separately from: The Language Resource Center, Tape Sales, Room G11, Noyes Lodge, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853-4701.

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Cambodian Advanced Reader by Robert Headley

Cambodian Advanced Reader is written by author Robert Headley. The book Cambodian Advanced Reader is published by Dunwoody Press. The format is Hardback. The publisher has not provided a book description for Cambodian Advanced Reader by Robert Headley.

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Cambodian-English Glossary by Franklin E. Huffman and Im Proum

This work is reissued as an aid not only to students of the Cambodian language but also to Cambodians residing in English-speaking countries. The glossary includes some 10,000 words, with definitions that are useful and complete at a general level, beyond the specific context of the published readings that the glossary was originally designed to accompany. Although less comprehensive than a dictionary, it fills an important purpose as an inexpensive aid for speakers of either language.

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The New Oxford Picture Dictionary English-Cambodian Edition by E. C. Parnwell and Im and Sivone Proum

"The New Oxford Picture Dictionary" and its components provide a complete, four-skills language development program. The program is: practical - a wide range of topics introduce new words in their most common context; easy to use - vocabulary items are presented without ambiguity or the need for translation; versatile - the Dictionary itself and its components have unlimited applications; and flexible - the Dictionary can be used alone or with its components.

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