Arabic-English Thematic Lexicon

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Routledge, Sep 12, 2007 - Foreign Language Study - 224 pages
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The Arabic-English Thematic Lexicon is an invaluable resource for all learners of Arabic.

It contains some 8,000 entries, arranged into themes, including flora and fauna, food and drink, the human body, health care, the family, housing, clothing, education, IT, sports, politics, economics and commerce, the law, media, language, geography, travel, religion, arts, science, and natural resources. Three appendices cover the names of Arab and selected non-Arab regions, countries and capitals, and international organizations.

The entries in the Lexicon have been drawn from an extensive corpus of contemporary Standard Arabic vocabulary, based on authentic sources. In addition to verbs, nouns and adjectives, the Lexicon includes phrases and commonly used collocations, providing users with the necessary vocabulary in order to communicate effectively and confidently in both written and spoken standard Arabic.

The Lexicon provides an indispensable complement to Arabic grammar instruction and also serves as a useful reference guide for all Arabic language users.

 

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Contents

Introduction
Vegetables
Food anddrink
The family human relations and emotions
Housing and construction
Clothing
The media Sports
Arts and entertainment
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

The author (1963) holds a PhD from the University of London and is currently Senior Lecturer, Head of Arabic Department and Course Director of the MA in Arabic/English Translation at the University of Durham.

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