cerkalo
» » Arabic for English Speaking Students (English and Arabic Edition)

Arabic for English Speaking Students (English and Arabic Edition) download ebook

by Muhammad Abdul-Rauf

Arabic for English Speaking Students (English and Arabic Edition) download ebook
ISBN:
1881963004
ISBN13:
978-1881963004
Author:
Muhammad Abdul-Rauf
Publisher:
Kazi Pubns Inc; 6r.e. edition (September 1, 1996)
Language:
Pages:
434 pages
ePUB:
1326 kb
Fb2:
1580 kb
Other formats:
txt rtf mbr mobi
Subcategory:
Rating:
4.2

Arabic Course for English Speaking Students - Madina Islamic University 3 Volumes Se. There are 200 million Arabs in the world and Arabic is the religious langua franca for at least . billion Muslims

Arabic Course for English Speaking Students - Madina Islamic University 3 Volumes Set. V. Abdur Rahim. billion Muslims.

A good reader to complement studies of the adjrumiyyah and other traditional Arabic texts of sarf and nahuu.

Start by marking Arabic for English Speaking Students as Want to Read . See a Problem? We’d love your help.

Start by marking Arabic for English Speaking Students as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Details (if other): Cancel.

Formal Spoken Arabic: Basic Course (Georgetown Classics in Arabic .

61 MB·10,009 Downloads·New! regional colloquial variants in the Arab world. 91 MB·5,081 Downloads·New!

English Español Paperback. By (author) Muhammad Abdul-Rauf.

Arabic for English Speaking Students.

Mastering Arabic - CD1 - v. eadinglecture. J. Wightwick & M. Gaafar. Mastering Arabic - CD2 - v. Mastering Arabic 2nd ed 2009.

Al Mawrid Arabic-English English-Arabic Dictionary – Baalbaki. For those of you looking for a quality online audio resource for spoken Arabic, I personally recommend the Rocket Arabic series which I recently sampled and found very useful and comprehensive. This is the mother of all Arabic dictionaries. It might seem like a slightly over-priced dictionary but believe me I’d be absolutely f d without this thing. For a resource that covers more dialects and includes video content, use TalkInArabic. Also be sure to check out my more recent post on Levantine and Iraqi Arabic resources if you’re learning those dialects.

Arabic textbooks will build strong foundations for the rest of your Arabic knowledge

Arabic textbooks will build strong foundations for the rest of your Arabic knowledge. 2. The Al-Kitaab Series. The Al-Kitaab series is hands down the most widely used series of Arabic textbook at American universities.

Book by Abdul-Rauf, Muhammad
Reviews:
  • Mave
Arabic is an interesting language. There are 200 million Arabs in the world and Arabic is the religious langua franca for at least 1.5 billion Muslims. You would think that with such a language there is a systemic way in which it is taught, right? WRONG!
You can buy a 1,000 Arabic language books versus 1,000 French language books and the thousand French books will pretty much be consistent in their approach and the thousand Arabic books will have 1,000 different approaches. When you learn a Romance language, you start off with the alphabet, then you move on to numbers, then the days of the week, the months of the year, how do you pronounce your name or how do you ask someone else's name, etc. In most Arabic books, you never get that. You get thrown words and sentences as if you know the language. In the Arabic alphabet there are 28 characters. Each has three different forms. A letter can appear one way at the beginning of a word and look another way in the middle and yet another way at the end. So when you learn Arabic you must learn 84 different characters. You think any of these Arabic language authors care to tell you that? Guess again.
Additionally, just when it is getting good, there are three short vowels and long vowels in Arabic. The short vowels are what you really need to focus upon. If you are learning Classical Arabic which is the language of the Holy Quran, you will see the short vowels in each word. In modern Arabic, the Arabs do not mark words with the short vowel, so for non-Arab speakers how do you know how to read and pronounce word that you are unfamiliar with, if the vowels are not included? So you still want to study Arabic?
If you buy this book, you buy it because you are learning Arabic with a teacher and you have had some Arabic before hand. This book will really help you out. If you are trying to learn this language on your own--forget it. Most of these Arabic language books are not structured in that way.
This book has a lot of value to someone who is studying with a teacher and has seen the language before and knows the alphabet. This is not the book for a beginner with no prior experience with Arabic. You would be completely helpless with this one.
  • Tori Texer
This book (the 1991 version) helped me tremendously. It is a complete book on grammar, vocabulary, comprehension, etc. The type of material you might get in an advanced arabic class. Although, he starts from the beginning, (the alphabet), he accelerates very quickly to more advanced material. This is definitely not your "i'm going to egypt for the summer and would like to learn a few arabic phrases" type of book. It is more for the serious student who wants to take a more long-term approach. I spent 6 months and only got thru half the book.
This book is ideal for arabic people who were raised in the USA but have limited arabic skills because they were never taught arabic in a formal setting (in school), as in my case. My limited knowledge of formal arabic (i'm OK in colloquial arabic) helped me get by when the going got tough.
my only gripe is that some of the arabic in the 1991 text was hand-written instead of typeset. And the font looks like it was type-written and photocopied. It could use some polishing up.
i will definitely order the newer 1996 version and start where i left off. Hopefully, i'll finish the 2nd half.
Houssam Moustafa
  • Cordanara
THIS IS NOT A BEGINNING BOOK FOR SELF TEACHERS AND FOCUS IS ON THE ABC'S NOT SPEAKING AND PHONICS.