This is the third book in the Panjabi Made Easy series. It is designed for those learners who have started to use the systematic level of learning. Students preparing for the foundation level of GCSE examination will find it extremely useful whereas other learners will benefit from its organised presentation of Panjabi words and relatively complex structures of sentences as they progress through the book.
This activity book is one of a series of activity books designed to teach the Punjabi language using Gurmukhi script to children located in English speaking countries. The objective of this activity book is to improve the vocabulary of a student who has already learnt the Gurmukhi script. The approach used is to exploit puzzles, mazes and exercises which require the student to recognize different words in the language. Sample puzzles included in this book include finding words in a maze, matching pictures to the corresponding words, arranging words in a staircase, and filling in circles containing words and pictures. These puzzles and activities increase the vocabulary of a student in a fun way.
This book is the second one in the Panjabi Made Easy series. Non Panjabi speakers will find that as they progress through the book, the vocabulary and sentence structure become more complex. They will, therefore, find this book and the others in the series, extremely useful in gaining a grasp of the Panjabi language. Questions at the end of each lesson are designed for the learners to monitor their own progress.
This book is the first one in the Panjabi Made Easy series. It is meant primarily for beginners of Panjabi. It will prove useful to more advanced learners whose first or dominant language is English. It is also the first book in the series designed for students preparing for the foundation level Panjabi. Slightly modified Roman script is used throughout to facilitate the learning of Panjabi sounds, but not to replace the Panjabi script.