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South East Asia Phrasebook (Anglais) Broché – 3 novembre 2005

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Covers: Burmese, Khmer, Lao, Thai, & Vietnamese

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J'ai acheté ce guide de conversation pour voyager en Thaïlande et en Malaysie. Première déception : le malais ne figure pas dans les langues. Ensuite, ce n'est pas une bonne méthode, facile à utiliser en vacances mais ce n'est pas non plus une méthode qui permet de vraiment apprendre la langue. Grosse déception.
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HASH(0x9886f990) étoiles sur 5 Not very useful 27 juillet 2009
Par Caro Diaz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I got this book before my trip to Thailand and Vietnam. The truth is that I didn't use it, because it's almost imposible to pronounce something from this book and be understood by the locals, or get a word from locals and try to figure it out what it means! I wouldn't recommend it, I think you better try to get some words or phrases in town better than trying to get something from this book.
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HASH(0x9887463c) étoiles sur 5 Who travels a lot in Southeast Asia will use it for sure! 15 septembre 2012
Par Miki101.Michaela - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As I said above, who really travels a lot and without groups and their guides, will certainly use this book: Southeast Asia Phrasebook: With 200-word two-way dictionary (Lonely Planet Phrasebook: Southeast Asia).

It is true, that all the languages it contains, as there are:

Burmese (Myanmar/Burma/Birma)
Khmer (Kampuchéa, Cambodia, Kambodscha)
Lao (Laos)
Thai (Thailand)
Vietnamese (Vietnam)

are phonetically very difficult languages, as they all are based on a kind of "singing the language".
From Burmese which has 3 tones, Khmer which has combinations of consonants that are difficult for non-Kmer to produce, Lao which has 5 distinct tones, Thai with 5 different tones too, and Vietnamese which has six carefully pitched tones...
It seems an impossible task for foreigners to master those systems.
In spite of the difficulties there are every year more and more "Farangs" who try in a certain way to get inside the languages. But reading - that is another pair of shoes!
But here we have a help.

Divided in:

Pronunciation
Language difficulties
Numbers
Directions
Meeting People
Food and Drink
Sightseeing
Shopping
Emergencies & Health

and after that You will also find a small two-way-dictionary of each language.

The important of this book is not to learn to speak the local language correctly, but in regions where English is not so well spoken, You can point out what You need or want or want to say in it.
Because apart of English text to the left and local language on the right - in the middle all is nicely printed in the more than difficult scriptures of the country You are in!

And that, friends and co-travellers - is something that's not sooo easy to find in a booklet so handy, cheap, pocketsized etc...
What do they say about it?
>>Handier than chopsticks, cheaper than a cyclo ride, tastier than a chilli & lemongrass noodle dish, this phrasebook gets you everywhere.<<
And it really does!
Word of an irremediable globetrotter.
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HASH(0x98874558) étoiles sur 5 Very Helpful 7 juin 2012
Par Bruce A. Douglass - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I found this book a very handy reference while traveling in Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam. I recommend it without hesitation.
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HASH(0x98871108) étoiles sur 5 Lonely Planet, THE only guide for adventure travel! 21 mars 2008
Par Michael J. Schmidt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have visited 42 countries, mostly "adventure" style and Lonely Planet is THE guide to use! Their books are compact, concise and authoritative. I have often visited countries (usually less developed countries) for months at a time where I take only one carry on bag. As you can imagine I need to have a lot of information at my fingertips in a form that's small, lightweight and full of information. Lonely Planet is that book. It has general information on the country's history, culture, etc... good tips on highlights that you won't want to miss, descriptions of places to visit with precise information on how to get there using public transportation, and great tips (complete with maps) on accomodations, especially of the budget variety. If I were to travel with only one book (which I usually do), it would have to be Lonely Planet. And if I were to take 10 books (Insight Guide, Rick Steves, Foder's, Let's Go, etc.) I would still never be without my Lonely Planet. Too bad there's not a Lonely Planet guide on how to grow old and happy. If they ever print such a book, I'm going to buy it!
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