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  • A New Method to Speak, Read and write Arabic

  • , Dar El Chimal , 2001

Arabic grammar is very wide and has many exceptions and subrules. This book deals with only those topics necessary for the beginner, in the simplest and easiest way possible. Included are vocabulary, topics and exercises which will help the foreign student in his daily life while living in an Arabic-speaking country.

994
  • 9-953-19067-4 994
  • 1 copies
  • A1 A2

Arabic grammar is very wide and has many exceptions and subrules. This book deals with only those topics necessary for the beginner, in the simplest and easiest way possible. Included are vocabulary, topics and exercises which will help the foreign student in his daily life while living in an Arabic-speaking country.

  • Ahlan wa Sahlan - Functional Modern Standard Arabic for Beginners

  • Mahdi Alosh , Yale University Press , 2000

This course designed to cover the first year of instruction in Modern Standard Arabic. Mahdi Alosh (the author) is associate dean for international affairs at the United States Military Academy.

7504
  • 0-300-05854-3 7504
  • 1 copies
  • A1 A2

This course designed to cover the first year of instruction in Modern Standard Arabic. Mahdi Alosh (the author) is associate dean for international affairs at the United States Military Academy.

  • Ahlan wa Sahlan - Functional Modern Standard Arabic for Intermediate Learners

  • Mahdi Alosh , Yale University Press , 2006

Functional Modern Standard Arabic for Intermediate Learners is an intermediate text designed for students continuing to develop overall proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic. The approach is highly functional, with a focus on guiding students toward acquisition of language skills that serve practical uses in daily life.

7503
  • 0-300-10378-6 7503
  • 1 copies
  • B1 B2

Functional Modern Standard Arabic for Intermediate Learners is an intermediate text designed for students continuing to develop overall proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic. The approach is highly functional, with a focus on guiding students toward acquisition of language skills that serve practical uses in daily life.

  • Al-Kitaab fii Ta allum al- Arabiyya: A Textbook for Arabic (Part 2) (Arabic and English Edition)

  • Kristen Brustad, Abbas Al-Tonsi, Mahmoud Al-Batal , Georgetown University Press , 2007

This second edition includes one DVD bound into the book that feature contextualized vocabulary, cultural background and illustrations, and new listening comprehension materials with each lesson. Newly recorded colloquial audio and video materials also accompany each lesson and continue the story of Maha and Khalid and their travels to Cairo with brief explanatory vocabulary and notes provided in the text. The appendices include grammatical reference charts, an Arabic-English glossary, and a grammar index. The materials cover approximately 150 contact hours of instruction, and students who complete <i>Part Two</i> should reach advanced proficiency. <br><br>Each lesson in <i>Part Two</i> centers on a text that deals with a social, historical, literary, or cultural issue. In addition to the main reading text, students will also find additional authentic texts for reading and listening comprehension, vocabulary and grammar exercises, close listening and speaking activities, and cultural background for the reading. <br><br>The revised and repackaged <i>Part Two</i> has been restructured to reflect pedagogical developments over the last eight years, updated with new authentic reading and listening texts, and expanded with new video materials. In addition to the speaking, listening, and writing skills emphasized throughout each lesson, more time and emphasis is placed on activating vocabulary and structure with new activities for inside and outside the classroom. <br><br>FEATURES:<br> Provides basic texts of printed media to help students connect the written and aural/oral aspects of Arabic<br> Features intensive reading that is focused on grammar and pronunciation<br> Contains substantial amounts of drills and exercises to help students memorize and gain <i>active</i> control of an expanded vocabulary <br> Explores the root and pattern system of Arabic grammar and complex sentence structure using vocabulary, complex texts, and translation exercises<br> Develops writing skills at the paragraph level to encourage synthesis of vocabulary and grammar<br> Provides explicit instructions to students and instructors on drills and activities, including recommendations on appropriate exercises for inside and outside the classroom<br> Interactive DVD contains reading comprehension texts with new material and new listening comprehension material<br> DVD presents cultural background with illustrations and continues the story of Maha and Khalid using both Egyptian Colloquial Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic

115073
  • 9781589010963 115073
  • 1 copies

This second edition includes one DVD bound into the book that feature contextualized vocabulary, cultural background and illustrations, and new listening comprehension materials with each lesson. Newly recorded colloquial audio and video materials also accompany each lesson and continue the story of Maha and Khalid and their travels to Cairo with brief explanatory vocabulary and notes provided in the text. The appendices include grammatical reference charts, an Arabic-English glossary, and a grammar index. The materials cover approximately 150 contact hours of instruction, and students who complete <i>Part Two</i> should reach advanced proficiency. <br><br>Each lesson in <i>Part Two</i> centers on a text that deals with a social, historical, literary, or cultural issue. In addition to the main reading text, students will also find additional authentic texts for reading and listening comprehension, vocabulary and grammar exercises, close listening and speaking activities, and cultural background for the reading. <br><br>The revised and repackaged <i>Part Two</i> has been restructured to reflect pedagogical developments over the last eight years, updated with new authentic reading and listening texts, and expanded with new video materials. In addition to the speaking, listening, and writing skills emphasized throughout each lesson, more time and emphasis is placed on activating vocabulary and structure with new activities for inside and outside the classroom. <br><br>FEATURES:<br> Provides basic texts of printed media to help students connect the written and aural/oral aspects of Arabic<br> Features intensive reading that is focused on grammar and pronunciation<br> Contains substantial amounts of drills and exercises to help students memorize and gain <i>active</i> control of an expanded vocabulary <br> Explores the root and pattern system of Arabic grammar and complex sentence structure using vocabulary, complex texts, and translation exercises<br> Develops writing skills at the paragraph level to encourage synthesis of vocabulary and grammar<br> Provides explicit instructions to students and instructors on drills and activities, including recommendations on appropriate exercises for inside and outside the classroom<br> Interactive DVD contains reading comprehension texts with new material and new listening comprehension material<br> DVD presents cultural background with illustrations and continues the story of Maha and Khalid using both Egyptian Colloquial Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic

  • Al-Kitaab fii Ta'allum al-'Arabiyya with DVDs: A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part One Second Edition (Arabic Edition)

  • Kristen Brustad, Mahmoud Al-Batal, Abbas Al-Tonsi , Georgetown University Press , 2004

<i>Al-Kitaab: Part One</i> develops skills in standard Arabic while providing additional material in both colloquial and classical Arabic. With new video material and revised and updated text and exercises, the bound-in and revised DVD supersedes both the former CD audio set and video DVD previously available only as separate items―making this singular volume a comprehensive whole for those immersed in the early and intermediate stages of learning Arabic.<br><br>Providing approximately 150 contact hours of college-level instruction, parts of this revised edition are updated with contemporary selections for reading comprehension. The organization of the chapters has been adapted to reflect the most current pedagogical developments. Audio tracks for vocabulary sections now allow students to hear a new word followed by a sentence using it in context with previously acquired vocabulary and grammatical structures, enabling students to build new vocabulary skills while reviewing old material. The basic texts have been refilmed with a new cast of actors. The DVD also contains substantially more material that exposes the learner to Egyptian Arabic: students have the options of seeing and hearing the video of each lesson in both Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian colloquial Arabic. In addition, a short dialogue in Egyptian colloquial Arabic appears at the end of each lesson. New video materials also feature interviews with Egyptians (subtitled in English) about various aspects of Arab culture, such as gender issues, fasting in the Muslim and Christian traditions, social clubs and their significance, and more.<br><br>FEATURES OF <b>PART ONE, Second Edition</b>:<br> Develops all language-related skills including reading, listening, speaking, writing, and cultural knowledge <br><br> Immediately incorporates extensive use of authentic materials for reading, listening, and grammatical practice, thus relating abstract grammatical concepts to practical skills<br><br> Presents narrative-based content through audio and video media rather than written text to develop meaning-focused language processing skills, utilizing two main characters and their extended families<br><br> Develops reading skills through the use of composed texts derived from the main narrative and authentic texts from newspapers and journals<br><br> Introduces grammar using spiraling and inference, challenging students to discover the grammar of the language by means of analogy, problem solving, and educated guessing<br><br> Reinforces grammar and vocabulary through extensive classroom and homework exercises that provide constant review and expand to challenge students as their skills develop <br><br> Introduces students to Egyptian colloquial through scenes based on the main narrative to promote the use of shared vocabulary and structure of the two registers to increase listening comprehension skills<br><br> Contains Arabic-English and English-Arabic glossaries and reference charts as well as a new grammar index

115072
  • 9781589011045 115072
  • 0 copies

<i>Al-Kitaab: Part One</i> develops skills in standard Arabic while providing additional material in both colloquial and classical Arabic. With new video material and revised and updated text and exercises, the bound-in and revised DVD supersedes both the former CD audio set and video DVD previously available only as separate items―making this singular volume a comprehensive whole for those immersed in the early and intermediate stages of learning Arabic.<br><br>Providing approximately 150 contact hours of college-level instruction, parts of this revised edition are updated with contemporary selections for reading comprehension. The organization of the chapters has been adapted to reflect the most current pedagogical developments. Audio tracks for vocabulary sections now allow students to hear a new word followed by a sentence using it in context with previously acquired vocabulary and grammatical structures, enabling students to build new vocabulary skills while reviewing old material. The basic texts have been refilmed with a new cast of actors. The DVD also contains substantially more material that exposes the learner to Egyptian Arabic: students have the options of seeing and hearing the video of each lesson in both Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian colloquial Arabic. In addition, a short dialogue in Egyptian colloquial Arabic appears at the end of each lesson. New video materials also feature interviews with Egyptians (subtitled in English) about various aspects of Arab culture, such as gender issues, fasting in the Muslim and Christian traditions, social clubs and their significance, and more.<br><br>FEATURES OF <b>PART ONE, Second Edition</b>:<br> Develops all language-related skills including reading, listening, speaking, writing, and cultural knowledge <br><br> Immediately incorporates extensive use of authentic materials for reading, listening, and grammatical practice, thus relating abstract grammatical concepts to practical skills<br><br> Presents narrative-based content through audio and video media rather than written text to develop meaning-focused language processing skills, utilizing two main characters and their extended families<br><br> Develops reading skills through the use of composed texts derived from the main narrative and authentic texts from newspapers and journals<br><br> Introduces grammar using spiraling and inference, challenging students to discover the grammar of the language by means of analogy, problem solving, and educated guessing<br><br> Reinforces grammar and vocabulary through extensive classroom and homework exercises that provide constant review and expand to challenge students as their skills develop <br><br> Introduces students to Egyptian colloquial through scenes based on the main narrative to promote the use of shared vocabulary and structure of the two registers to increase listening comprehension skills<br><br> Contains Arabic-English and English-Arabic glossaries and reference charts as well as a new grammar index

  • Al-Kitaab fii Tacallum al-cArabiyya - A Textbook for Arabic - Part Two

  • Hristen Brustad, Mahmoud A;-Batal and Abbas Al-Tonsi , Georgetown University Press , 2004

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  • 1-589-01096-3 7644
  • 1 copies

  • Al-Kitaab fii Tacallum al-cArabiyya - A Textbook for Beginning Arabic - Part One

  • Hristen Brustad, Mahmoud A;-Batal and Abbas Al-Tonsi , Georgetown University Press , 2004

Develops all language-related skills including reading, listening, speaking, writing and cultural knowledge. Immediately incorporates extensive use of authentic materials for reading, listening and grammatical practice, relating abstract grammatical concepts to practical skills. Introduces grammar using the techniques of spiraling and inference, challenging learners to discover the grammar of the language by means of analogy, problem solving and educated guessing. With accompanying dvds.

368
  • 1-589-01104-X 368
  • 2 copies
  • B1 B2

Develops all language-related skills including reading, listening, speaking, writing and cultural knowledge. Immediately incorporates extensive use of authentic materials for reading, listening and grammatical practice, relating abstract grammatical concepts to practical skills. Introduces grammar using the techniques of spiraling and inference, challenging learners to discover the grammar of the language by means of analogy, problem solving and educated guessing. With accompanying dvds.

  • Arabic - A simple Step-by-Step Course For Beginners

  • Amine Bouchentouf , Living Language

With "Living Language Complete Arabic: The Basics," you'll start by learning words, and then you'll progress to phrases, sentences, and conversations. This simple four-step building block approach will have you speaking with confidence right from the beginning, and you'll be able to learn gradually and effectively.

8347
  • 978-1-4000-1992 8347
  • 1 copies

With "Living Language Complete Arabic: The Basics," you'll start by learning words, and then you'll progress to phrases, sentences, and conversations. This simple four-step building block approach will have you speaking with confidence right from the beginning, and you'll be able to learn gradually and effectively.

  • Arabic in 10 Minutes a Day

  • Kristine K. Kershul , Bilingual Books, Inc , 2004

The purpose of this book is to give the reader an immediate speaking ability in Arabic. Using the acclaimed '10 minutes a day' methodology, you will acquire a large working vocabulary that will suit your needs, and you will acquire it almost automatically.

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  • 0-944-50240-7 1324
  • 1 copies
  • A1 A2

The purpose of this book is to give the reader an immediate speaking ability in Arabic. Using the acclaimed '10 minutes a day' methodology, you will acquire a large working vocabulary that will suit your needs, and you will acquire it almost automatically.

  • Arabic in Action

  • Fred Pragnell , Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd. , 1992

This is a practical Arabic course, intended principally for those living in the Middle East, for whom a working knowledge of the language is extremely useful. It is designed to bring the learner quickly to a level where he can communicate in certain specific situations, as well as in general everyday conversation.

1325
  • 0-853-31614-7 1325
  • 1 copies
  • A1

This is a practical Arabic course, intended principally for those living in the Middle East, for whom a working knowledge of the language is extremely useful. It is designed to bring the learner quickly to a level where he can communicate in certain specific situations, as well as in general everyday conversation.

  • Arabic in Three Months

  • Mohammad Asfour , Hugo's Language Books Ltd , 1990

This course is intended to serve the needs of those whose aim is not to read Arabic books and newspapers, or to write letters in Arabic, but to speak a variety of Arabic that will serve them well in almost any Arab country. The essence of the book is simplicity; it is also extremely practical, being designed both to facilitate steady and rapid progress and as well as to make language learning enjoyable.

974
  • 0-852-85159-6 974
  • 1 copies
  • A1 A2 B1

This course is intended to serve the needs of those whose aim is not to read Arabic books and newspapers, or to write letters in Arabic, but to speak a variety of Arabic that will serve them well in almost any Arab country. The essence of the book is simplicity; it is also extremely practical, being designed both to facilitate steady and rapid progress and as well as to make language learning enjoyable.

  • Arabic: Complete Course :The Basics (Ll(r) Complete Basic Courses) (with Cds)

  • Amine Bouchentouf , Living Language , 2008

Living Language Complete Arabic : The Basics teaches the basics of Modern Standard Arabic using a simple building block method.

8903
  • 978-1400019922 8903
  • 1 copies
  • A1 A2 B1

Living Language Complete Arabic : The Basics teaches the basics of Modern Standard Arabic using a simple building block method.

  • Breakthrough Arabic

  • Nadira Auty, Rachael Harris and Clive Holes , Macmillan Press Ltd , 1992

Breakthrough Arabic is a complete self-study course developed for beginners looking for a practical language course to cover the everyday needs of today's traveller.

1323
  • 0-333-51611-7 1323
  • 2 copies
  • A1 A2

Breakthrough Arabic is a complete self-study course developed for beginners looking for a practical language course to cover the everyday needs of today's traveller.

  • Colloquial Arabic

  • De Lacy O'leary , Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd , 1963

This manual aims at providing an easy guide to the colloquial Arabic of Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, etc., with some reference to the dialectal characteristics of Oman and of Western Arabic (Morocco, Algeria and Tunis). The work is divided into twenty lessons, a chapter on pronunciation, various useful appendices and a vocabulary.

1759
  • 0-710-07910-9 1759
  • 1 copies
  • A1

This manual aims at providing an easy guide to the colloquial Arabic of Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, etc., with some reference to the dialectal characteristics of Oman and of Western Arabic (Morocco, Algeria and Tunis). The work is divided into twenty lessons, a chapter on pronunciation, various useful appendices and a vocabulary.

  • Complete Guide to Arabic Script - Reading and Writing

  • Rym Bettaieb , Living Language

This simple and effective guide teaches you everything you need to know to read and write Arabic. There are simple step-by-step explanations, plenty of practice exercises, and even reading passages. No previous knowledge of Arabic is assumed, and this guide can be used in conjunction with any Arabic course, including Living Language Complete Arabic: The Basics, Starting Out in Arabic, and Living Language Ultimate Arabic.

8346
  • 978-1-4000-0924 8346
  • 1 copies

This simple and effective guide teaches you everything you need to know to read and write Arabic. There are simple step-by-step explanations, plenty of practice exercises, and even reading passages. No previous knowledge of Arabic is assumed, and this guide can be used in conjunction with any Arabic course, including Living Language Complete Arabic: The Basics, Starting Out in Arabic, and Living Language Ultimate Arabic.

  • Contemporary Arabic 2 - Al Arabia Muasira 2

  • , Borqiba Institute

103952
  • no ISBN 103952
  • 1 copies

  • Contemporary Arabic 3 - Al Arabia Muasira 3

  • , Borqiba Institute

103954
  • no ISBN 103954
  • 1 copies

  • Elementary Arabic - An Integrated Approach - Student Workbook

  • Munther A. Younes , Yale University Press , 1995

An illustrated text-book for first-year Arabic that integrates written, formal Arabic to the informal spoken dialects, aiming to reflect the use of the language by native speakers.

7502
  • 0-300-06085-8 7502
  • 1 copies
  • A1 A2

An illustrated text-book for first-year Arabic that integrates written, formal Arabic to the informal spoken dialects, aiming to reflect the use of the language by native speakers.

  • Focus on Contemporary Arabic

  • Shukri B. Abed , Yale University Press , 2007

"Focus on Contemporary Arabic" is the fifth volume in the "Conversations with Native Speakers" series, which strives to offer pioneering multimedia language materials to students at the intermediate and advanced levels.

7501
  • 0-300-10948-2 7501
  • 1 copies
  • C2

"Focus on Contemporary Arabic" is the fifth volume in the "Conversations with Native Speakers" series, which strives to offer pioneering multimedia language materials to students at the intermediate and advanced levels.

  • Gateway to Arabic. Book 1

  • Dr. Imran Hamza Alawiye , Anglo-Arabic Graphics Ltd , 2000

Gateway to Arabic is a well-structured, progressive course which has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. It contains a wealth of exercises to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and the understanding and application of grammar.

1691
  • 0-954-08331-8 1691
  • 1 copies
  • A1

Gateway to Arabic is a well-structured, progressive course which has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. It contains a wealth of exercises to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and the understanding and application of grammar.

  • Gateway to Arabic. Book 2

  • Imran Hamza Alawiye , Anglo-Arabic Graphics Ltd

Gateway to Arabic is a well-structured, progressive course which has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. It contains a wealth of exercises to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and the understanding and application of grammar. Book Two builds on the basic reading and writing skills acquired in Book One. With a vocabulary of over 350 words and carefully structured text supported by 250 illustrations, Book Two provides learners with a basic knowledge of Arabic grammar, enabling them to take their first steps in understanding and using non-verbal sentences.

2007
  • 0-954-08330-X 2007
  • 1 copies
  • A2 B1

Gateway to Arabic is a well-structured, progressive course which has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. It contains a wealth of exercises to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and the understanding and application of grammar. Book Two builds on the basic reading and writing skills acquired in Book One. With a vocabulary of over 350 words and carefully structured text supported by 250 illustrations, Book Two provides learners with a basic knowledge of Arabic grammar, enabling them to take their first steps in understanding and using non-verbal sentences.

  • Gateway to Arabic. Book 3

  • Dr. Imran Hamza Alawiye , Anglo-Arabic Graphics Ltd , 2002

Gateway to Arabic is a well-structured, progressive course which has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. It contains a wealth of exercises to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and the understanding and application of grammar. Book Three offers a step-by-step approach to learning past and present tense verbs with plenty of opportunity for practice. Each point of grammar is reinforced through sample conversations that offer the student the chance to use the language in a meaningful context and develop confidence in self-expression.

1317
  • 0-954-08332-6 1317
  • 1 copies
  • B2

Gateway to Arabic is a well-structured, progressive course which has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. It contains a wealth of exercises to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and the understanding and application of grammar. Book Three offers a step-by-step approach to learning past and present tense verbs with plenty of opportunity for practice. Each point of grammar is reinforced through sample conversations that offer the student the chance to use the language in a meaningful context and develop confidence in self-expression.

  • Gateway to Arabic. Book 4

  • Dr. Imran Hamza Alawiye , Anglo-Arabic Graphics Ltd , 2003

Gateway to Arabic is a well-structured, progressive course which has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. It contains a wealth of exercises to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and the understanding and application of grammar. Book Four focuses on family relationships and life in the home. It builds upon the student's knowledge of past, present and imperative verbs by introducing some hollow, doubled root letter and 'hamzated' verb forms.

370
  • 0-954-08333-4 370
  • 1 copies
  • C1 C2

Gateway to Arabic is a well-structured, progressive course which has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. It contains a wealth of exercises to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and the understanding and application of grammar. Book Four focuses on family relationships and life in the home. It builds upon the student's knowledge of past, present and imperative verbs by introducing some hollow, doubled root letter and 'hamzated' verb forms.

  • Gateway to Arabic. Book 5

  • Dr. Imran Hamza Alawiye , Anglo-Arabic Graphics Ltd , 2004

Gateway to Arabic is a well-structured, progressive course which has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. It contains a wealth of exercises to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and the understanding and application of grammar. Book Five focuses on air travel, meals and medical matters. It builds upon the student's knowledge of first form verbs by introducing various defective forms. The book also extends the student's understanding of cardinal numbers into the thousands and suggests practical applications for their use.

369
  • 0-954-08337-7 369
  • 1 copies
  • C1 C2

Gateway to Arabic is a well-structured, progressive course which has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. It contains a wealth of exercises to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and the understanding and application of grammar. Book Five focuses on air travel, meals and medical matters. It builds upon the student's knowledge of first form verbs by introducing various defective forms. The book also extends the student's understanding of cardinal numbers into the thousands and suggests practical applications for their use.

  • Gateway to Arabic. Extension Book 1

  • Dr. Imran Hamza Alawiye , Anglo-Arabic Graphics Ltd , 2003

Gateway to Arabic is a well-structured, progressive course which has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. It contains a wealth of exercises to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and the understanding and application of grammar. Extension Book One addresses in particular the needs of students who have completed Book Two and wish to have the opportunity to practice further the skills they have acquired.

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  • 0-954-08334-2 1388
  • 1 copies
  • A2 B1

Gateway to Arabic is a well-structured, progressive course which has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. It contains a wealth of exercises to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and the understanding and application of grammar. Extension Book One addresses in particular the needs of students who have completed Book Two and wish to have the opportunity to practice further the skills they have acquired.

  • Gateway to Arabic. Handwriting Book

  • Dr. Imran Hamza Alawiye , Anglo-Arabic Graphics Ltd , 2003

The primary objective of this book is to show students how to write in the ruq'ah style of Arabic handwriting, as well as the printed naskh style, through the use of arrowed and numbered diagrams. The formation and direction of pen movement for each letter in the alphabet in all its forms is clearly demonstrated. The copying of the carefully selected Islamic words, phrases and Qur'anic verses would assist the learner to develop increased fluency and confidence in their handwriting.

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  • 0-954-08335-0 1559
  • 1 copies
  • C1 C2

The primary objective of this book is to show students how to write in the ruq'ah style of Arabic handwriting, as well as the printed naskh style, through the use of arrowed and numbered diagrams. The formation and direction of pen movement for each letter in the alphabet in all its forms is clearly demonstrated. The copying of the carefully selected Islamic words, phrases and Qur'anic verses would assist the learner to develop increased fluency and confidence in their handwriting.

  • Let us Converse in Arabic

  • Dr. Syed Ali , UBS Publishers' Distributors Ltd , 1997

The object of this book is to enable non-Arabs in the Arab situation to communicate with the people there and convey their immediate requirements.

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  • 8-174-76145-4 3228
  • 1 copies
  • A1

The object of this book is to enable non-Arabs in the Arab situation to communicate with the people there and convey their immediate requirements.

  • Let's Chat in Arabic

  • Ahmed Hassanein and Mona Kamel , ??? , 1982

This book deals with the basics of Egyptian Colloqial Arabic in a simplified way which follows the most modern methods of teaching a second language. It includes 650 basic words and the basic rules of grammar as well as conversations and dialogues about everyday activities such as shopping, visiting a doctor's clinic, taking a taxi, renting an appartment and talking about studies.

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  • No Barcode 1316
  • 1 copies
  • A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

This book deals with the basics of Egyptian Colloqial Arabic in a simplified way which follows the most modern methods of teaching a second language. It includes 650 basic words and the basic rules of grammar as well as conversations and dialogues about everyday activities such as shopping, visiting a doctor's clinic, taking a taxi, renting an appartment and talking about studies.

  • Mastering Arabic (with accompanying cds)

  • Jane Wightwick & Mahmoud Gaafar , Palgrave , 1990

A bestselling course in Modern Standard Arabic for adults with little or no previous knowledge of the language who want to understand, read and speak Arabic confidently. Covering a variety of situations commonly encountered in the Arab world, it offers a gradual introduction to the language, script and structures, with thorough explanations and instructions, and serves as an excellent base from which to progress and expand your knowledge. Accompanied by 2 cds.

1328
  • 0-333-49037-1 1328
  • 1 copies
  • A1

A bestselling course in Modern Standard Arabic for adults with little or no previous knowledge of the language who want to understand, read and speak Arabic confidently. Covering a variety of situations commonly encountered in the Arab world, it offers a gradual introduction to the language, script and structures, with thorough explanations and instructions, and serves as an excellent base from which to progress and expand your knowledge. Accompanied by 2 cds.

  • Mastering Arabic 1; 2nd Edition

  • Jane Wightwick & Mahmoud Gaafar , Palgrave Macmillan , 2007

This is a new edition of a hugely popular title. \\\"Mastering Arabic\\\" is the most accessible, carefully-paced and lively introductory Arabic course on the market using an effective tried and tested methodology which works across a wide range of learner backgrounds. A long-standing best-seller, this new edition boasts an even more attractive, modern page layout with hundreds of cartoons and exercises, contrasting with the traditional approach of its competitors.

5717
  • 0230013104 5717
  • 1 copies
  • A1 A2

This is a new edition of a hugely popular title. \\\"Mastering Arabic\\\" is the most accessible, carefully-paced and lively introductory Arabic course on the market using an effective tried and tested methodology which works across a wide range of learner backgrounds. A long-standing best-seller, this new edition boasts an even more attractive, modern page layout with hundreds of cartoons and exercises, contrasting with the traditional approach of its competitors.