Lonely Planet Central Asia: Languages of the Silk Road.
Lonely Planet Central Asia: Languages of the Silk Road
2nd edition, 2008. 240 pages, 6 maps. Travel the Silk Road with essential words and phrases for getting around and connecting with the people you meet, from Western Xinjian to the Karakoram Highway. A comprehensive mix of practical and social words and phrases
Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Chit-chat your way along the famous Silk Road with this broad-ranging phrasebook. And once you've made an effort to speak any of the native Central Asian languages with the locals, you won't need to look up the translation for the word 'hospitality'. Covers Uyghur, Uzbek, Kyrgyz, Kazakh, Pashto, Tajik and more.
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