Translating into Pashto: Some Common Mistakes

July 24, 2009

Some people think that Pashto is a very complicated and hard-to-learn language. The reason behind this perception is a lack of knowledge and inaccessibility to the resources of this ancient yet live and interesting language.

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Afghan Photos (new blog)

April 25, 2009

Click on the link to visit a new blog, Afghan Photos.

Learn Pashto Writing and Speaking

March 4, 2008

As a language learner need so much and different resources to learn fleunt writing and speaking, unfortunately, there is a lack of these much resources on the internet to learn Pashto. Some websites and softwares are available as I have written about in my previous posts, yet a learner, beginner and advance level, needs real practice.

I have started to teach Pashto through regular lessons by email, chat on skype and  phone conversations for low fees. For those who want to improve their reading and writing skill want to practice their speaking skills can contact anytime.

Also contact for translating books, phmaplets, documents, ads, etc from English into Pashto and Urdu and vice versa. And other information on Pashto, Pashtoons, Pashto books and Pashto literature.

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Pashto, the language of Pashtoons

July 15, 2007

Pashto is an ancient language spoken in modern day Afghanistan and Pakistan. The language is a code of life for its speakers. It has a rich literature and long history.

The Pashtoon dominated areas are highly focused by the world as a conflict between the world powers is still on going in these mountains.

Recently I discovered that there are thousands of people in the world who are interested to learn Pashto. That is why I created this website, to provide information and help to the learners.

I will try to post information about how to learn this language easily. I also will provide verbal conversation and useful books to the learners.

Every reader and learner is welcomed for questions, suggestion, comments and donations.