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Arabic Culture By Tarek Mahfouz
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In Arabic Culture, you will discover a new and illuminating perspective on the Arabic world and its culture. It uses cartoons from Arabic media as windows on the vibrant day-to-day life of Arab... More > countries, showing Arab attitudes, behavior, and mores as they are expressed locally. By presenting the cartoons and then explaining their context, not only does this book teach the essential but all-too-easily overlooked details of culture, but it invites readers to analyze their own assumptions and interpretations, provoking a dynamic engagement with Arabic culture. As the cartoons are fully translated and the discussions are in English, those who are unfamiliar with or just beginning their study of Arabic will be able to engage fully with the cultural lessons. However, the book has additional benefits for advanced Arabic students, as it presents a range of national dialects and idiomatic slang forms that will be unfamiliar to those who know only “classroom” Arabic.< Less
Arab Culture By tarek mahfouz
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In Arab Culture, you will discover a new and illuminating perspective on the Arabic world and its culture. It uses cartoons from Arabic media as windows on the vibrant day-to-day life of Arab... More > countries, showing Arab attitudes, behavior, and mores as they are expressed locally. By presenting the cartoons and then explaining their context, not only does this book teach the essential but all-too-easily overlooked details of culture, but it invites readers to analyze their own assumptions and interpretations, provoking a dynamic engagement with Arabic culture. As the cartoons are fully translated and the discussions are in English, those who are unfamiliar with or just beginning their study of Arabic will be able to engage fully with the cultural lessons. However, the book has additional benefits for advanced Arabic students, as it presents a range of national dialects and idiomatic slang forms that will be unfamiliar to those who know only “classroom” Arabic.< Less
Arab Culture, Vol. 1: An in-depth look at Arab culture through cartoons and popular art By tarek mahfouz
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An innovative and fascinating approach to exploring the Arab world, Arab Culture takes you INSIDE. It shows you all aspects of Arab life directly through cartoons from the Arabic press across the... More > region.< Less
Arabic Idioms By Tarek Mahfouz
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This book will introduce the reader to many of the common Arabic idioms, with translations and their closest English equivalents. It includes many essential phrases, from both colloquial Arabic... More > idioms and the timeless classical phrases that have remained unchanged over the years. One of the advantages of the classic Arabic idioms is that they are familiar to people all over the Arab world and beyond. They feature in everybody’s everyday speech on a daily basis. Although, many modern phrases in colloquial Arabic are limited to a particular country or region and change rapidly with fashions, Egyptian phrases have a wider currency and are well known across the majority of the Arabic-speaking world. The book, therefore, also offers a wide range of modern phrases drawn mainly from Egyptian colloquial Arabic.< Less
Amazon in Arabic By C.P.T. Jennings
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This deeply affecting memoir recounts the author's breast cancer diagnosis and treatment as it interrupts and intersects her work as resident artist for a World War I archaeology project in the... More > Middle East, and sends her back to the past to muse upon and evaluate the building blocks of her unusual life: the influences of others, early circumstances, and her own thoughts and actions. In the seeming disconnect between her Appalachian childhood and her work in the southern deserts of Jordan she discovers the roots of her commitment to human rights and her empathy with people of other cultures, as well as the lessons for rebuilding her life after illness.< Less
Arabic 911-Speak Arabic instantly By Tarek Mahfouz
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Since 2002, Tarek Mahfouz has been developing this method as a quick and effective way to learn the Arabic language. His technique focuses on teaching students Arabic using the language they know... More > best – their native English. This book is based on two primary elements. The first is the fact that the English and Arabic languages are strikingly similar. This allows students to build vocabulary easily and helps them to feel comfortable during the learning process, rather than intimidated by delving into a completely unfamiliar culture. The second component of the program uses Arabic words with which students are already familiar. Many Arabic words have become commonplace in the daily American media, therefore students will have previously encountered them through TV, radio and newspapers.< Less
COMMON LINGUISTIC & NON - LINGUISTIC (CULTURAL) PROBLEMS FACED BY ARABIC TRANSLATORS By Ashraf Albushari
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Arab Culture, Vol. 2: Exploring The Arabic-Speaking World Through Cartoons, Satire, And Humor (First Edition) By Tarek Mahfouz
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In Arab Culture, you will discover a new and illuminating perspective on the Arabic world and its culture. It uses cartoons from Arabic media as windows on the vibrant day-to-day life of Arab... More > countries, showing Arab attitudes, behavior, and mores as they are expressed locally. By presenting the cartoons and then explaining their context, not only does this book teach the essential but all-too-easily overlooked details of culture, but it invites readers to analyze their own assumptions and interpretations, provoking a dynamic engagement with Arabic culture. As the cartoons are fully translated and the discussions are in English, those who are unfamiliar with or just beginning their study of Arabic will be able to engage fully with the cultural lessons. However, the book has additional benefits for advanced Arabic students, as it presents a range of national dialects and idiomatic slang forms that will be unfamiliar to those who know only "classroom" Arabic.< Less
Arab Culture, Vol. 1: Exploring the Arabic-speaking World through Cartoons, Satire, and Humor (second edition) By TAREK MAHFOUZ
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In Arab Culture, you will discover a new and illuminating perspective on the Arab world and its culture. It uses cartoons from Arab media as windows on the vibrant day-to-day life of Arab countries,... More > showing Arab attitudes, behavior, and mores as they are expressed locally. By presenting the cartoons and then explaining their context, not only does this book teach the essential but all-too-easily overlooked details of culture, but it invites readers to analyze their own assumptions and interpretations, provoking a dynamic engagement with Arab culture. As the cartoons are fully translated and the discussions are in English, those who are unfamiliar with or just beginning their study of Arabic will be able to engage fully with the cultural lessons. However, the book has additional benefits for advanced Arabic students, as it presents a range of national dialects and idiomatic slang forms that will be unfamiliar to those who know only “classroom” Arabic.< Less
Arab Culture, Vol. 1: Exploring the Arabic-speaking World through Cartoons, Satire, and Humor (second edition) By tarek mahfouz
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n Arab Culture, you will discover a new and illuminating perspective on the Arab world and its culture. It uses cartoons from Arab media as windows on the vibrant day-to-day life of Arab countries,... More > showing Arab attitudes, behavior, and mores as they are expressed locally. By presenting the cartoons and then explaining their context, not only does this book teach the essential but all-too-easily overlooked details of culture, but it invites readers to analyze their own assumptions and interpretations, provoking a dynamic engagement with Arab culture. As the cartoons are fully translated and the discussions are in English, those who are unfamiliar with or just beginning their study of Arabic will be able to engage fully with the cultural lessons. However, the book has additional benefits for advanced Arabic students, as it presents a range of national dialects and idiomatic slang forms that will be unfamiliar to those who know only “classroom” Arabic.< Less