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Lonely Planet The world s leading travel guide publisherCreaky high tones and aspirated consonants have never been so easy Nor has requesting your favourite song at a karaoke bar, chatting to a monk, or bargaining with your cabbie With our easy to use phrasebook to guide you ll be talking up a storm with the locals in no time Two way dictionary Guide to pronunciation and phrase building New sustainable travel vocab section Useful tips on Burmese etiquette Lonely Planet gets you to the heart of a place Our job is to make amazing travel experiences happen We visit the places we write about each and every edition We never take freebies for positive coverage, so you can always rely on us to tell it like it isAuthors Written and researched by Lonely Planet, and Vicky BowmanAbout Lonely Planet Started in , Lonely Planet has become the world s leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community Lonely Planet s mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves inTripAdvisor Travelers Choice Awardsandwinner in Favorite Travel Guide category Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other New York Times Lonely Planet It s on everyone s bookshelves it s in every traveller s hands It s on mobile phones It s on the Internet It s everywhere, and it s telling entire generations of people how to travel the world Fairfax Media Australia

15 thoughts on “Lonely Planet Burmese Phrasebook (Lonely Planet Phrasebook)

  1. A. J. Scrope A. J. Scrope says:

    This is much better than a standard phrase book it has a useful chapter on the structure of the language and useful guidance for tourists The most essential phrases are inside the front and back covers which is very useful In previous editions, it was difficult to distinguish between some Burmese characters this edition is better.

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  3. HanLew HanLew says:

    I already own the Vietnamese and Thai versions of these great little books, they are incredibly useful and full of great phrases as well as very relevant social information which is useful for travelers.

  4. Travel Junkie Travel Junkie says:

    Ok so it didn t have every word I needed when travelling through Burma for 3 weeks but it was useful It s very detailed and most people wouldn t try and learn a language to that extent before a holiday but it was good to have Would have been better if the pronounciation and stress of the spoken words was made clearer phonetically this would make it easier to know how to pronunce the words.

  5. Traveller Traveller says:

    And the people are so happy when you try out a few words But it s not an easy language to learn

  6. Miss Louise Paterson Miss Louise Paterson says:

    Lots of additional information about the country and customs so read it from cover to cover Could not get my head around pronounciations not following the phonetic system that I had learned at University and did not have time to pick it up while I was in Myanmar, but am sure, now, to have another look.

  7. Heidi Heidi says:

    Not very usable book for pronunciation.

  8. The.Matze The.Matze says:

    Hatte das Buch auf einer 4 w chigen Radtour dabei und es hat super Dienste geleistet und mir einigen Respekt verschafft, da keiner erwartet hat das man auch nur ein Wort Burmesisch kann

  9. Sarah Sarah says:

    Entrega rapidissima Peque o libro muy comodo para viajar con las frases basicas en birmano y algo de gramatica para entender la lengua Si sabes ingles basico alto es perfecto.

  10. Victor Victor says:

    So glad to purchase this book With it, our experiencie in Burma was terrific People was so proud that we try can speak with them in their native languaje.Totally recommendet to visit the country In addition, the price is marvellous.

  11. Customer Customer says:

    WARNING There is no substantial difference between the 3rd and 4th editions of the Burmese phrasebook Calling it a new edition is a bit of a misrepresentation The page numbering, titles, subtitles, phrases, and dictionaries are unchanged, only the 4 pages on whether to visit Myanmar at the end of the 3rd edition has been replaced by 3 pages of sustainable travel phrases by San San Hnin Tun in the 4th edition So if you have the 3rd edition, save your money If you don t, then buy the 4th edition.

  12. Adam J. Titone Adam J. Titone says:

    This book is clearly written and helpful I intend to use it on my trip I would purchase other books by the same author.

  13. Gail Storch Gail Storch says:

    Travelling to Myanmar shortly and will be so good to greet people in a little of their language and converse if at all possible with some local people

  14. LanceManion LanceManion says:

    The book could be a little clear about pronounciation Since it s my first trip to Burma and I ve never heard these words spoken, I feel a little underprepared.

  15. Lulu Lulu says:

    Since the U.S has accepted over 15,000 Burmese Chin refugees, these phrase books can help teachers teach them English quickly.