This book is meant to assist students learning Arabic with the basics in communication and sentence structure. Because this book focuses on the communicative aspect of using Arabic, the first few chapters will introduce students to expressions in everyday speech in a colloquial Jordanian dialect. In later chapters, however, texts written in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) are presented and examined.This is because the negating device is dependent on the dialect of Arabic in question. For example, the sentence I dona#39;t want chicken can be OsU UOmUUUUOu OnOsOn in Levantine Arabic, and OsUOp OaUUUU O²UOsO¹ OrOsOpUUU in Egyptian Arabic respectively. ... The teacher will choose one student to take on the identity of that celebrity. After that, theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Alarabia: A Communicative Approach to Learning Arabic for Non-Native Speakers|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2010-08-19|