Audiobooks Lonely Planet Nepali Phrasebook (Lonely Planet Phrasebook) –

Lonely Planet The world s leading travel guide publisher Nepali is spoken by somemillion people, so if you don t get on board with the language, imagine all the restaurant recommendations you ll miss out on It s okay, the Nepali phrasebook is here You ll be fineword dictionary Guide to pronunciation and phrase building Mind your manners understanding Nepali etiquette Practicalities how to catch a bus or make a toast Lonely Planet gets you to the heart of a place Our job is to make amazing travel experiences happen We visit the places we write about each and every edition We never take freebies for positive coverage, so you can always rely on us to tell it like it is Authors Written and researched by Lonely Planet, Mary Jo O Rourke, and Bimal Man Shrestha About Lonely Planet Started in , Lonely Planet has become the world s leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community Lonely Planet s mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves in TripAdvisor Travelers Choice Awardsandwinner in Favorite Travel Guide category Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other New York Times Lonely Planet It s on everyone s bookshelves it s in every traveller s hands It s on mobile phones It s on the Internet It s everywhere, and it s telling entire generations of people how to travel the world Fairfax Media Australia

15 thoughts on “Lonely Planet Nepali Phrasebook (Lonely Planet Phrasebook)

  1. Hmmmm Hmmmm says:

    I gave this to my girlfriend as a present and she absolutely loves it I am Nepali so my girlfriend wanted to learn my language I got it for her to help her with that I realised after I bought it that it is designed for prospective tourists who are going to Nepal So it mostly contains touristy phrases like where s the taxi stand etc But nevertheless it has a lot of useful stuff for people who are looking to learn Nepali for other purposes as well Can t go wrong esp at this price.

  2. Arthur J Arthur J says:

    Writing so small you would need a guide dog to see it

  3. m. dosa m. dosa says:

    this book is ok if you want the basics like greetings,shopping and asking simple directions on the trail.i had fun trying it out in nepal where english is almost universally understood on the tourist trail however it was kinda nice asking for dwee karlo chia hoina chinnee two black teas no sugar and getting what you asked for

  4. Kevin Kevin says:

    I liked this book I bought it originally for my friend who went to Nepal for a month, but I also had a look at it His experience was that the book was very useful and because it fits into your pocket you can take it everywhere with you So whenever you need it you just take it out of your pocketand use it The content was also good and useful I recommend this book if you want to travel there and need a small book with you.

  5. Anna Anna says:

    Good value for money, a handy little book that has most common words like hello, thank you, etc right at the front and of most used phrases and explanations in sections throughout the book Also explains a little about the cultural differences in some of the sections.

  6. Sandra M. Beynon Sandra M. Beynon says:

    I can only say, this book is up to the usual standard of Lonely Planet excellent, informative and a good read My companion for future weeks I only wish they also had it in kindle form, I then would have belt and braces.

  7. mab mab says:

    As you would expect from a phrase book Very easy to read and very helpful when in Nepal I was amazed at how many Nepalis speak good English so this is a useful aid for the places where they don t.

  8. Dynevor Dynevor says:

    This was an extremely useful item to have in my luggage on a recent trip to the Khumbu region where I was walking in the Everest valley.

  9. Tonton Tonton says:

    Un petit probl me la taille des fontes en devanagari avec les lettres li es, c est impossible de lire Mais vu le prix, la modernit du vocabulaire, le petit glossaire vraiment adapt pour le voyageur, et le fait qu il faille probablement un vieux chr comme moi pour faire du devanagari, je suis vraiment content de ce petit achat.

  10. Client Kindle Client Kindle says:

    I is a small and practical book that will follow me everywhere I go in Nepal.

  11. Marjo12 Marjo12 says:

    This book is very helpful for anyone living in Nepal or traveling here While it doesn t give all the Nepali words I d like in the dictionary in the back, it does give real practical phrases and info I am also studying Nepali with a native speaker and I find that this book is a good companion to my studies.

  12. Noah Taxis Noah Taxis says:

    If you ve ever used a phrasebook before, you understand how it comes in handy little encounters in marketplaces, steadily understanding the speech of those around you, etc It allows foreigners to cultivate appreciation for the complexity and intricacy of the native tongue, in whatever country It just so happens that without this, Nepal would essentially be impossible to navigate.

  13. swxup swxup says:

    It s adequate for a start It s a TRAVEL phrasebook not a Nepali English Dictionary, don t expect it to have everything you may need.

  14. Katherine Katherine says:

    Great content and a good size for travel.

  15. Sofia Elena Padeiro Sofia Elena Padeiro says:

    Yes, I love this book It gives you so much information in such a small book Pronunciation guide, romanized text, Nepali script, useful phrases, grammar guide I could go on and on about this book.