Burmese Words and Phrases Lite

Burmese Words and Phrases Lite

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This is a simple and fast app that is design to provide you with common words, phrases, and numbers to help communicate with the locals in Myanmar. You can also use this app to learn and memorize the Burmese language.

Features:
- Simple Click to play speech
- Easy List Navigation with Tabs to use as a Communicator and Translator
- Great learning tool for learning the Burmese language
- Can be used as Drill based practice similiar to flashcards and audiocards for memorization
- Offline App (Does not require Internet)

Supported Words, Phrases, and Numbers:

yes
no
okay
hello
thank you
bathroom
cafe
restaurant
name
where is it?
hotel
pagoda
hospital
market
cinema
embassy
how to get there?
car
train
airplane
ship
straight
turn left
turn right

Numbers: 1-10, 100, 1000

This free app is ad supported and may contain ads in the notification tray.

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Comments and ratings for Burmese Words and Phrases Lite
  • (16 stars)

    by Aung Zaw-Tun on 20/10/2013

    The speaker does not sound like a native speaker and there are very limited phrases

  • (16 stars)

    by Patrick Phua Jin Long on 11/09/2013

    Crap

  • (16 stars)

    by Michael Chan on 10/07/2013

    The pronunciation seems less than ideal! Sounds like some reviewers are right: non native speaker? For now the no of words seem limited, but perhaps that will get are on later, with a more refined version.

  • (16 stars)

    by Len Aye on 24/05/2013

    Sadly the voice recorded was not from a native Burmese speaker so his pronunciations were not something you want to learn from.