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Cambridge University Press
15 October 2000
Language teaching & learning material & coursework; Languages & ESL; Arabic - Texts; Arabic - Languages
This book presents a comprehensive foundation course for beginning students of written and spoken Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), providing an essential grounding for successful communication with speakers of the many colloquial varieties. This long-established and successful text has been completely revised with the needs of English-speaking learners especially in mind, and will prove invaluable to students and teachers alike. Step-by-step guide to understanding written and spoken texts Develops conversational ability as well as reading and writing skills Arabic-English Glossary containing 2600 entries Fresh texts and dialogues containing up-to-date data on the Middle East and North Africa Includes Arab folklore, customs, proverbs, and short essays on contemporary topics Grammatical terms also given in Arabic enabling students to attend language courses in Arab countries Provides a wide variety of exercises and drills to reinforce grammar points, vocabulary learning and communicative strategies Includes a key to the exercises Accompanying cassettes also available.
By:   Eckehard Schulz (Universitat Leipzig), Gunther Krahl (Universitat Leipzig), Wolfgang Reuschel (Universitat Leipzig)
Imprint:   Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 248mm,  Width: 174mm,  Spine: 42mm
Weight:   1.280kg
ISBN:   9780521774659
ISBN 10:   0521774659
Publication Date:   15 October 2000
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Primary
Language:   Arabic
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for Standard Arabic Students Book: An Elementary Intermediate Course

This text is the most comprehensive and thoroughly designed work of its kind. Students of Arabic may benefit much by the time they absorb its contents, and their knowledge of Arabic will increase immensely since the authors really want students to learn how to communicate in the language. Northeast Conference Review


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