March 21, 2011

New Online Resource: Nepali: A Beginner’s Primer, with Conversational Dialogues and Grammar

‘Nepali: A Beginner’s Primer, with Conversational Dialogues and Grammar’ is now online:

Hosted by Cornell University’s Language Resource Centre, and developed with a grant from the South Asia Language Resource Center at the University of Chicago, the course comprises 16 lessons with dialogues, associated audio and video content, an interactive bilingual glossary (with audio pronunciation clips) and additional supplementary materials.

The core content of this beginner’s course draws on the instructional material devised by Shambhu and Banu Oja at Cornell University, used for teaching over the last 25 years.

No registration is required to use the site. However, its creators are currently assessing the usage and efficacy of this online resource and are eager to find volunteers who may help. If you would be willing to respond to some questions about your usage, and offer constructive feedback, please send an email to Dick Feldman at rf10 at cornell dot edu. The materials are all offered for free online, so they do appreciate your efforts to help evaluate them.

Cronin, E. [Salrc_general] Now Online: Nepali: A Beginner's Primer, with Conversational Dialogues and Grammar. SALRC_general listserv (, 21 Mar 2011).

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