White Boy Learning Burmese

The journey of an average white guy trying to learn a non-Indo-European language

Books – စာအုပ္မ်ား

On this page, I’ll be putting up books (without copyrights) which may be used by others freely to learn Burmese.

ဒီစာမ်က္နာမွာ တျခားလူေတြ ျမန္မာစကားကုိေလ့လာလုိ႔ရေအာင္ ဝင္းဟိန္း copyright မရွိတ့ဲ စာအုပ္ေတြ ပုိ႔ထားမယ္။ ခင္ဗ်ားတုိ႔ဟာ ဒီ စာအုပ္ေတြ လြတ္လြတ္လပ္လပ္ ေဒါင္လုဒ္၊ ဖတ္၊ နဲ႔ သုံးလုိ႔ရၾကပါတယ္။

ျမန္မာဖတ္စာမ်ား – Myanmar Readers (used in Burma for school)

ျမန္မာဖတ္စာ သူငယ္တန္း (21.9 MB) (Right-click –> Save Link As…)

ျမန္မာဖတ္စာ ပထမတန္း (18.3 MB) (Right-click –> Save Link As…)

ျမန္မာဖတ္စာ ဒုတိယတန္း (16.1 MB)(Right-click –> Save Link As…)

ျမန္မာဖတ္စာ တတိယတန္း

 MLC ျမန္မာသဒၵါစာအုပ္မ်ား – Myanmar Grammar Books (converted from web pages into PDF form from TUN-Inst)

တျခားစာအုပ္မ်ား – Other Books

A Grammar of The Burmese Language- Adoniram Judson – From http://www.archive.org/

A Burmese Reader- St. John, Richard Fleming St. Andrew – From http://www.archive.org/

Burmese by Ear or Essential Myanmar- John Okell – From http://www.soas.ac.uk/ (Includes free PDF and ZIP files with audio)

Burmese Bible- Adoniram Judson Translation – From http://www.burmesebible.com/

Burmese Classical Poems- Translated by Friedrich V. Lustig – From http://www.archive,org/

9 thoughts on “Books – စာအုပ္မ်ား

  1. I was totally surprised by your blog.
    So Amazing to see a foreigner’s blog with Burmese fonts.
    Even most of my college friends are not able to type Burmese font.
    So glad to see someone is taking serious on learning our language.🙂
    If anything you do not know or want to ask, feel free, bro!
    Good Job!

  2. Totally impressed by your collection… such a nice collection and hard work.. i can refer my friends who want to learn Burmese to this page.

  3. ပာိုင္း မဂၤလာပါ ေနေကာင္းလား သူငယ္ခ်င္းဖြဲ့ခ်င္ လို့ပါေနာ္။ ဘာပဲ ျဖစ္ျဖစ္ ခင္မင္တယ္ဆိုရင္ comment ျပန္ေပးပါေနာ္

  4. အားေပးပါတယ္ ဗ်ာ
    ေအာင္ၿမင္ပါေစ ….

  5. It was really nice meeting you today at NLLC. Hope to keep up communication with you as I continue my studies!

  6. ေက်းဇူးတင္ပါတယ္

  7. Mingalarbar!

    I am really appreciated for your effort. Thank you very much for this blog. I have to teach Myanmar speaking to a foreigner and I am now searching some reference. I found out your blog and this helps me a lot. Thank you again.

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