A Reference Grammar of Modern Standard Arabic

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Cambridge University Press, Aug 25, 2005 - Foreign Language Study - 708 pages
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A Reference Grammar of Modern Standard Arabic is a comprehensive handbook on the structure of Arabic. Keeping technical terminology to a minimum, it provides a detailed yet accessible overview of Arabic in which the essentials of its phonology, morphology and syntax can be readily looked up and understood. Accompanied by extensive examples, it will prove an invaluable practical guide for supporting students' textbooks, classroom work or self-study, and will also be a useful resource for scholars and professionals wishing to develop an understanding of the key features of the language.

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This isn't a book you'd want to read straight through, but if you're learning Arabic and want to understand the grammar, it's an extraordinarily useful resource, in which you can either get quick ... Read full review

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Karin C. Ryding is Sultan Qaboos bin Said Professor of Arabic, Department of Arabic Language, Literature and Linguistics, Georgetown University.

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