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Dari Script Tutorial
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CeLCAR has produced a Dari Script Workbook with an accompanying interactive Writing Video Tutorial CD. Using this CD, learners can directly observe correct writing techniques in Dari and then practice on their own.

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Dari Survival Phrases
Web

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Survival Phrases provide a quick introduction to the language, covering the most useful everyday words and phrases that would be needed for a trip to the region. CeLCAR also sells Language Survival Kits, which include a pocketsized (3.5 x 5) phrasebook and accompanying CD. Phrasebooks list the phrases in the target script, phonetic translation, and English equivalent. These books were designed specifically for our language seminars and therefore include highly specific jargon in addition to everyday phrases. Specific topics include: Greetings Introductions Daily Activities Food Time and Measurements Sports Family and Relatives Conversations with native co-workers Body Parts and Medical terms Agriculture Government Humanitarian Reconstruction Military

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Pashto Survival Phrases
Web

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Survival Phrases provide a quick introduction to the language, covering the most useful everyday words and phrases that would be needed for a trip to the region. CeLCAR also sells Language Survival Kits, which include a pocketsized (3.5 x 5) phrasebook and accompanying CD. Phrasebooks list the phrases in the target script, phonetic translation, and English equivalent. These books were designed specifically for our language seminars and therefore include highly specific jargon in addition to everyday phrases. Specific topics include: Greetings Introductions Daily Activities Food Time and Measurements Sports Family and Relatives Conversations with native co-workers Body Parts and Medical terms Agriculture Government Humanitarian Reconstruction Military

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In 1990, the Department of Education established the first Language Resource Centers (LRCs) at U.S. universities in response to the growing national need for expertise and competence in foreign languages. Now, twenty-five years later, Title VI of the Higher Education Act supports sixteen LRCs, creating a national network of resources to promote and improve the teaching and learning of foreign languages.

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