501 Arabic Verbs: Fully Conjugated in All the Aspects in a New, Easy-to-learn Format, Alphabetically Arranged

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Barron's snippet, 2007 - Foreign Language Study - 562 pages
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Barron's 501 Arabic Verbs is printed in Arabic script with exemplary sentences in English for each verb. To reflect correct Arabic style, 501 Arabic Verbs has been printed back cover to front and back page to front. Verbs are arranged alphabetically in a table format, one verb per page with English translation, and conjugated in all tenses and forms. The book's additional features include common idioms with example sentences to demonstrate verb usage and a grammar review.

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549 Arabic Verbs

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This is by far the most exhausted work on the declination of Arabic verbs that I have found. The indices are very helpful giving each root and word with page location but it is the syntax for each ... Read full review

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This book is far inferior to its predecessor '201 Arabic Verbs', at least as a learning tool. It no longer uses the index to show you the different structures of the arabic verbs and use selected examples in the book and apply to any other verb in a very efficient way. This book lacks the elegance and simplicity of 201 and has become a mere list of verbs with little organization and poorly chosen typos. It also lacks an english index and does not address the only weakness of the previous book, namely more examples in doubly weak verbs. For any student of Arabic it would be more beneficial get 201 and skip this book.  

Contents

501 Arabic Verbs Fully Conjugated in All Forms
xvii
Index of Verbs in Root Order
551
Index of Verbs in Whole Word Order
557
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About the author (2007)

Raymond P. Scheindlin teaches at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City. His other books include Wine, Women, and Death: Medieval Hebrew Poems on the Good Life (OUP 1999) and The Gazelle: Medieval Hebrew Poems on God, Israel, and the Soul (OUP 1999).

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