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14 von 14 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Very good starting point 5. Mai 2006
Von reader - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
The good points: clearly written in general, font easy to read, very useful vocabulary and well paced for easy learning. Covers written as well as spoken Khmer and this is carefully and well explained - absolutely essential yet sometimes overlooked by introductory texts. Key piece of advice in the introduction is to get the CDs that accompany the book or get hold of a native speaker. One of the best books for this very basic level for a reasonable price. Only small downside is the occasional mistranslation (such as translating koon bpov as youngest sibling rather than youngest child) which is unfortunate since unlearning is always harder than learning. In one or two cases there are differences from the commonest usages but these may be just dialectal differences and aren't significant. All in all, to be highly recommended for the absolute beginner or as a rapid refresher for those who have done a bit of Khmer and just want to brush up. But do buy the CDs with the book as the intro recommends because you cannot learn Khmer pronuncation from a book.
10 von 10 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Superior 25. Februar 2005
Von Frank Lindahl - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
I found this product superior to other self study material; well organized and reasonably paced. Recommend using it on a PC so you can go over sentances/words repeatedly, but that applies to any CD material. Minor quibble, mans voice is a bit strong in English compared with the woman's voice in Cambodian, but all in all a product I would describe as superior.
9 von 9 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Excellent introduction 27. Februar 2006
Von Oliver Twist - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
I have read a few different books on learning cambodian, and this has been the most helpful for me.

The book has a grammar section, vocab section, and you get introduced to reading/wrtiting cambodian script in each lesson. (also some practice areas) The grammar section is especially helpful, it explains clearly some useful concepts/words. For example, some other books I have read just start throwing sentences at you that you could memorize, but this book gives you some of the underlying principles behind the cambodian language. Such as the different ways to say "I know", or how to answer questions, or the fact that camobodian generally does not use words like "is, at, the, etc".

**The only reason I do not give it a five is the absence of a cd or some other way to hear cambodians speak the language. To me, pronunciation is one of the hardest parts of learning Kmai. I am lucky that my wife is Cambodian-American so she can help me.

This a great companion book if you have other cd/audio materials.

5 von 5 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
A great beginner's learning tool 30. Oktober 2005
Von M. Blackwell - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
This book and audio offers a easy to follow and sequential study of the Cambodian language. It starts with the basics for conversation and progresses in a logical order. The audio covers all the vocabulary and conversations. It allows plenty of time for the listener to repeat the words after the native speaker. It even starts teaching the Cambodian characters in lesson 1! Giving a simple explanation of the Cambodian alphabet, it explains the use of both vowels and consonants. This book also provides plenty of practice exercises in speaking, reading, and writing. I've found it to be very helpful.
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Fatal Flaw in Teaching Languange 29. Dezember 2006
Von Alan Perry - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
While most reviews of this book are fairly glowing I must really disagree. There are two very serious flaws to this book and CD.

One is that the book requires you to learn a difficult and non-intuitive phonic alphabet system to approximate the sounds of the Khmer language. In the vast majority of the cases the tortured phonics made up by the authors could have been very closely approximated by already known and intuitive english letter/phonic cominations that every english speaker already knows. In other words the authors have made up symbols and then give you english word equivalents that approximate the Khmer sound. Then it is these symbols that are used throughout the text to "learn" the Khmer sounds. In reality most guidebooks do a much better job by using combinations of letters that we all know the sounds of to approximate the Khmer. It is needlessly complex.

The second fatal flaw is the CD set. Throughout the CD the Khmer speaker only says the word or phrase ONCE, never repeating. For any language this is just not adequate but for a language that is as difficult as Khmer is to western ears this is a serious shortcoming. You really need to hear these words more than once, then repeated in a sentence, in context, then repeated in the english translation.

Some areas of the book are better as are the lettering practice sections. However they too are hobbled by the really unworkable phonetic symbols used throughout.

Give this set a pass. If I could get my money back I would.

Alan Perry

Seattle Wa
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