The course is in textbook form and is intended for speakers and communicators of English who wish to learn the modern spoken form of the Eastern Armenian language. It is suitable for any English speaking language students, adult learners and Diaspora Armenians ranging from the beginner to intermediate level. This course adopts an entirely new approach to learning Armenian which has been developed over many years through teaching the Armenian language to a wide range of students including foreign diplomats, businessmen and Diaspora Armenians. The textbook utilizes the form Armenian / Armenian transliteration / English translation in its structure and as such is the only one of its kind. The course is structured into 28 lessons each with its own theme or topic which teaches communication and understanding of needs, information, thoughts and feelings of everyday life. Each lesson comprises a combination of reading, writing and speaking activities and includes explanations for correct pronunciation of the Armenian alphabet as well as detailed grammar notes. This compilation of all facets of the Eastern Armenian language enables comprehensive learning and allows a student of any level to make total use of the textbook.
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Anahit S. Avetisyan graduated from Yerevan State university faculty of Armenian philology in 1987. She worked as a teacher of Armenia language and literature in the #132 school. She is currently tutoring international and local students in the Armenian language at Yerevan State Medical University, a position she has held since 2003. She has also served as the Armenian language program coordinator for the Birthright Armenia Foundation since 2005. Anahit also teaches Eastern Armenian to young diasporan Armenians as well as foreign diplomats, businessmen and students. Anahit is among the most popular tutors of the Armenian language in Yerevan, Armenia and has been individually sought out to tutor the Indian Ambassador to Armenia, counselor of the German Embassy, and the Brazilian Embassy cultural attaché. Her textbook now forms the foundation of the Birthright Armenia Foundation language training program, the premier language training program for diasporan Armenian students in Yerevan. Since 2007, Anahit has coordinated the language program for the Yerevan Summer Intern Program for the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU).Review:
This self-study course book is a great resource for anyone who wishes to learn Eastern Armenian. It contains a carefully selected compilation of functional phrases, the grammar instructions are clear and concise and the overall approach is quite comprehensive. The only comment is that the spelling is not in the classical Armenian orthography. I will recommend this resource to anyone who wishes to learn Eastern Armenian. --Gilda Buchakjian Kupelian, Coordinator, Armenian Studies, Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern)
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