English Grammar for Students of Arabic

The Study Guide for Those Learning Arabic

Author: Ernest Nasseph McCarus

Publisher: The Olivia and Hill Press

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Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 165

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A supplementary text for English speakers of all ages learning Arabic.Introduces the English grammar that will be useful for learning Arabic. Each grammatical term is defined and its usage illustrated in both English and Arabic, pointing out similarities, differences and common pitfalls.

English Grammar for Students of Chinese

The Study Guide for Those Learning Chinese

Author: Matthew B. Christensen

Publisher: The Olivia and Hill Press

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Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 115

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A guide to English and Chinese grammar explains a concept as it applies to both English and Chinese, offers examples in English and Chinese, and provides a word-for-word analysis of Chinese examples.

The Best English Exercises for Arabic Students: Beginning Workbook One

Author: David Van Ingram

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 116

View: 316

This is the first in a series of three workbooks for Arabic ESL grammar students. In Workbook One, the beginning ESL student can study, learn, and practice grammar structures one page at a time. Users of this book can study a grammar point, learn it through examples of usage, and practice by completing the accompanying exercises.

A Student Grammar of Modern Standard Arabic

Author: Eckehard Schulz

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 248

View: 893

An accessible and user-friendly grammar of Modern Standard Arabic, for both beginners and advanced students.

Arabic Grammar of the Written Language

Author: G. W. Thatcher

Publisher: Hippocrene Books

ISBN:

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 560

View: 199

In just 49 lessons, this text provides the student with a thorough reading knowledge of Arabic. Vocabulary lists, exercises and pronunciation guide are included.

An English Guide to Arabic Sentences

Nahw Meer

Author: Ibn Qutb

Publisher: Arabic Grammar

ISBN:

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 116

View: 372

An English Translation of Nahw Meer for the student of Arabic Grammar by Meer Syed Shareef Abul Hasan Bin Mohammed Al-Jurjani (RA). Ilm un Nahw is that science which teaches us how to join Nouns, Verbs and Particles to form a complete sentence and what the vowel of the last letter of each word should be. This science started from the time of Omar bin Al-Khattab (RA) when one of the bedouins read part of the Ayah 3 of Surah At-Tauba with a Kasrah at the very end as rasulihi instead of Dammah as in rasuluhu. This changed the meaning from "that Allah and His prophet are free from obligations to the polytheists" to "that Allah is free from obligations to the polytheists and His prophet". The bedouin said if Allah dissolves His obligations to His prophet, so do I. After this incidence, Omar (RA) ordered that rules of Nahw be created.Why this book? First Meer Ali ibn Mohammed Al-Jurjani, the Author of Nahw Meer, does not need any introduction. His masterful book has been in use for centuries mostly in it's original language of Persian and it's Arabic and Urdu translations and it is taught in many schools in Indian subcontinent and other parts of the world. I felt, that there is a need for a literal translation in today's English for those of us who are more comfortable with it.

Fundamentals of Arabic Grammar

Author: Mohammed Sawaie

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 488

View: 250

Fundamentals of Arabic Grammar provides an authoritative guide to Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) grammar. It has been organised to promote a thorough understanding of MSA grammar and presents its complexities in a cohesive and user-friendly format, filling many gaps left by other textbooks. Explanations are clear, full and accessible and extensive cross-referencing, two generous indices and six appendices provide users with easy access to the information they require. No prior knowledge of linguistic terminology is required. Features include: Expert treatment of a full range of grammar topics and structures, including the case system, Idhaafa, the equational sentence, quantifiers and the vocative, generously spread across thirty eight chapters Special attention to parts of speech, such as nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs and propositions, given at the beginning of the book to acquaint students with the basic units of Arabic and provide a solid foundation for further learning A wide range of contemporary examples drawn from real life to provide solid context to grammar points, further supported by word glosses and idiomatic translations of sentences Grammatical terms given in both Arabic and English A wide variety of supplementary learning resources such as practice sheets, exercises and verb tables available for free download at http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415710046/ Substantial bibliography incorporating primary Arabic grammar sources in addition to secondary sources in Arabic and in English Fundamentals of Arabic Grammar has been field tested over a number of years and has been written by a highly experienced teacher of Arabic. It will be an essential resource for students and teachers of Arabic at all university levels and is suitable for use both as a companion reference text in Arabic language courses and as a standalone text in independent grammar classes.

A Grammar of the Arabic Language

Intended More Especially for the Use of Young Men Preparing for the East India Civil Service, and Also for the Use of Self-instructing Students in General

Author: Duncan Forbes

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Arabic language

Page: 344

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Arabic Stories for Language Learners

Traditional Middle-Eastern Tales In Arabic and English

Author: Hezi Brosh

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 256

View: 647

Arabic Stories for Language Learners—a language learning experience for beginner to intermediate students of the Arabic language. The traditional stories of a country are invaluable at providing insight into understanding the culture, history and language of a people. A great way to learn Arabic, the sixty-six stories found in Arabic Stories for Language Learners present the vocabulary and grammar used everyday in Arabic-speaking countries. Pulled from a wide variety of sources that have been edited and simplified for learning purposes, these stories are presented in parallel Arabic and English, facilitating language learning in the classroom and via self-study. Each story is followed by a series of questions in Arabic and English to test comprehension and encourage discussion. Arabic Stories for Language Learners brings Arab culture to life in a colorful and immediate way. Regardless of whether or not you have a working knowledge of Arabic, this book gives readers a tantalizing introduction to the wisdom and humor of these ancient desert-dwelling peoples. The downloadable in audio helps students of Arabic improve their pronunciation and inflection, and immerses non-students into the uniquely Arabic storytelling style.