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Say It Fast By Nour Balasa
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Language barrier keeping you from travelling? This book is built with hundreds of phrases that you need for traveling all in categories to let you easily find the phrase you need on the go and make... More > the person you need to communicate read it. With content that’s been hand-picked by the author, finding the right thing to say has never been easier.< Less
Nour Balasa's Egyptian Arabic Grammar (Book1) By Nour Balasa
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This series of books is Created in order to let you peek the results from years of experience which contained learning, teaching, researching and new grammar building. That was all for the non-native... More > Arabic speaker in order to let them have the Egyptian Arabic language by the simplest way that no one has had it before. The system of the grammar is completely created by the author, either the order for the chapters that contain the whole grammar or the system that is being introduced to you to explain each single point in the grammar. You can find more details on: nourbalasa.com< Less
Arabic By Movies By Nour Balasa
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In the first section of the book, the Egyptian Arabic used in the movie is shown in the right hand column on each page. In the left column side is the English translation, or rather, it shows the... More > meaning in English; it is not a literal translation. This way you will start to understand the way to use Egyptian Arabic in the situations that are shown in the movie. Then in the second section of the book, the transliterated Egyptian Arabic appears in the right hand column but in this section, the left hand column contains the literal translation into English. I use this book in the classes I teach, but by downloading the movie from nourbalasa.com you can watch and listen to the Egyptian Arabic, as well as seeing the transliteration in the book. You can then read the translation into English – in the form of a translation into colloquial English and also as a literal translation, word for word. This is the first book in a series of books I am writing on Arabic by Movies.< Less
Pocket Egyptian Arabic By Nour Balasa
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The book is for: -People who want to communicate by building sentences quickly and easily. -People who don’t want to study grammar. -People who don’t mind speaking without an Arabic... More > accent. -People who don’t want to worry about the complicated. parts of the language. -People who feel disappointed with other phrasebooks that they feel don’t cover everything. -People who feel that with other pocket books, they take long time to build a sentence. -People who get lost with phrasebooks that have too much information on too many pages. -People who think they have no talent for languages. For more info please visit nourbalasa.com< Less
Egyptian Expressions By Nour Balasa
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This book is for people who already had a good knowledge about the Egyptian Arabic language and they want to go deeper into the culture and the real spoken language that Egyptians use when talking to... More > each other. It explains some of the most common sayings and expressions that are used in the spoken Egyptian Arabic, which can be very hard for a non-native speaker to either understand it or use. It provides you also the sense behind it so you can understand clearly the way that Egyptians build their sayings. The book considers the middle level of English language that is used for the explanation to make those who are not native English speakers aware of the explanation completely. For more info please visit nourbalasa.com< Less
Best Egyptian Arabic Dictionary (E-A) By Nour Balasa
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This dictionary is designed primarily to meet the needs of English speakers who need a point of reference for the Egyptian Arabic Language. It’s built upon the consensus that many, if not all,... More > of the dictionaries currently available in the market do not provide the most practical help in day-to-day use. This is sometimes because of the way the language is explained or because the words they list are not given in a form to enable the reader to use the grammar correctly. So I built this dictionary based on the simple grammar system that I personally created for teaching the Arabic language which will be available soon in a separate book. For more info please visit nourbalasa.com< Less
Arabic Alphabet By Nour Balasa
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This book provides a new and unique approach to learning how to read and write using the Arabic alphabet, which has been devised during the author’s many years of teaching Arabic. As well as... More > being for complete beginners, it is also for people who have struggled when trying to learn using more traditional academic methods. The book creates characters out of the Arabic letters and uses stories and pictures to make them easier to understand and remember. Characters are grouped together, based on shape. Learners will be familiarised with some of the unique sounds of the Arabic alphabet. The book is written in an informal style, and makes learning fun and easy. More details on nourbalasa.com< Less
After Arabic Alphabet By Nour Balasa
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This book is created after lots of requests to write it by those who finished the Arabic Alphabet book and want to go further through reading and writing and speaking, as well using Modern Standard... More > Arabic. The best process is to listen to the audio whilst reading the book. This works subconsciously to help you come to an understanding of the concept of the language, so that you begin to ‘feel’ what is right and wrong. This will grow by repeating the listening. And the points that make you think embed deeper in your memory. So the effort you need to put into the process is intentional and planned. The signs for vowels will be omitted in this book once you get used to the words, as Arabic books and newspapers ignore these signs. This will help you, bit by bit, to get used to not seeing the short vowels. For more info please visit nourbalasa.com< Less