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Download: A course in Balochi Vol.1-2, Barker, Muhammad Abd-al-Rahman & Mengal, Aquil Khan. McGill University. Institute of Islamic Studies. Montreal: Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University, 1969.
This Balochi text is intended for use in a one-year elementary course which meets (ideally) at least five classroom hours per week, with one or two more hours of practice in the language laboratory. It is designed to be used with a Balochi native informant and a linguist, although the tapes prepared by the authors may, if necessary, replace the native speaker. Volume One contains 20 lesson units as well as an introductory unit presenting the phonology and the phonemic transcription used in the course. Thirteen units deal with grammar. They contain sets of basic sentences which serve both to introduce new vocabulary and also to present one or more grammatical formations. Each such set is followed by sub-sections explaining the new grammatical material, and then by further sub-sections which discuss usage and idiom, semantic limitations and differences between words, or relevant cultural information. Four units begin with a dialog in Balochi together with a literal English translation. New vocabulary items are inserted just before the dialog sentence in which they first occur. The dialog is followed by grammatical, semantic, and cultural notes and comments as well as exercises, drills, and a final vocabulary. Three units are similar to the dialog units but contain short, connected texts rather than dialogs.
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