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Sinhala Language

SAP is the world's leading publisher of Sinhala language textbooks, with books for colloquial and literary, beginning and intermediate language learners.

Bandara Herath

This reader is designed for the use of students who are learning intermediate Sinhala language in order to improve their reading skills and reading comprehension. The readings are written in semi-…

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Bandara Herath

Spoken Sinhala Grammar is a supplementary handbook of basic colloquial Sinhala grammar for classroom instruction, but also as a resource for reference and for self-study students.  This handbook…

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Theresa McGarry & Liyanage Amarakeerthi

With DVD.

A well conceived curriculum that sequentially structures a course that gives students a good grasp over Sinhala, with a knowledge that is appropriate to a first year of language…

Theresa McGarry & Liyanage Amarakeerthi

With DVD.

A well conceived curriculum that sequentially lays out a course that gives students a good hold over Sinhala, with a knowledge that is appropriate to a first year language study…

Bandara Herath

This reader follows Beginning Colloquial Sinhala: An Introductory Sinhala Curriculum by Theresa McGarry and Liyanage Amarakeerthi, from Unit 6 to 40 with readings appropriate to the level of the…

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Theresa McGarry & Liyanage Amarakeerthi

Both with DVD.

A well conceived curriculum that sequentially structures a course that gives students a good grasp over Sinhala, with a knowledge that is appropriate to a first year of…

Bandara Herath

This workbook introduces the student to the Sinhala Alphabet, guiding him/her in learning the Sinhala characters and combinations of the sounds as represented by those characters. From the basic…

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Gordon H. Fairbanks, James Gair, M.W. Sugathapala De Silva

Order limited to 2 copies per person/institution. CDs are sold separately.

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Cornell University
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Gordon H. Fairbanks, James Gair, M.W. Sugathapala De Silva

Order limited to 2 copies per person/institution. CDs are sold separately.

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