|Collection Descriptive Notes||
Every unit begins with a conversation in Armenian. Then a man speaking English puts English words and phrases to two native speakers (male and female) who supply the Armenian equivalents (pronounced twice). (No text was supplied by the donor of the tapes.)
|Collection Technical Notes||
Masters are the cassettes from the publisher, Pimsleur Language Programs, a subsidiary of Simon and Schuster. They have been digitized in order to give the DMA a representation of this language. The WAVE files are now converted to MP3s.
This collection has no playable audio.