Formal Spoken Arabic: Basic Course, Part 1
Georgetown University Press, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 412 pages
Using a field-tested, non-grammar-based approach, this book teaches a standardized variant of spoken Arabic and introduces beginning students to standard Arabic orthography.
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adjective appropriate Arab world arrived basic dialogue blank broken plural capital Completion construct phrase countries Cuisenaire rods Defective verbs definite article Djibouti Drill Egypt embassy employee English equational sentences example famous Fertile Crescent following sentences foreign Foreign Service Institute Formal Spoken Arabic goes through conjugation Grammar notes Grammar points Hollow verbs I>JI iJtJI imperative J^JI jjJI jjjl Jordan JtJI Kuwait language lesson literary Arabic Mark Matrix dialogue names nisba object pronoun paradigm past tense Plural Singular preposition present tense president Procedure pronoun suffix relative clause River Salwa Saudi Arabia sentences into Arabic sound feminine plural Speaking activity Students conjugate students repeat suitcase sultan Supplementary vocabulary tape Teacher goes Teacher repeats Transformation Translate the following verbal nouns VIII visited words write