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Arabic VERBS By tarek mahfouz
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This concise book provides an accessible introduction to Arabic grammar and a comprehensive explanation of verbs in their various forms.
Arabic Reading Book and Verbs By tarek mahfouz
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In an easy-to-use format, this new text book offers a convenient guide to grammar for any student of Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), the version of Arabic mostly commonly used in journalism, formal... More > writing, and literature. Drawing on over two decades of experience as a teacher of Arabic, Tarek Mahfouz explains the rules in straight-forward English, illustrating usage with examples throughout. The book covers all the rules of grammar and morphology that students require for elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels of Arabic. As a comprehensive guide, it is an ideal auxiliary, no matter what textbook the student is using.< Less
300 Arabic Loan Verbs in Somali By Liban Ahmad
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Like many languages the Somali language has borrowed words from the Arabic language. Arabic loan verbs in Somali have followed three of the patterns identified by linguists: 1-Verbs have been... More > imported from Arabic and adapted to the conjugation groups for spelling and pronunciation. 2- There are composite Arabic loan verbs made up of an Arabic noun and a Somali verb. Since it is the Arabic noun that made the use of the Somali verb possible ( i.e. partial substation), this book calls this type of verb an Arabic loan verb. 3- Somalis have coined Arabic loan verbs such as bismillee (to taste something –from bismillah, meaning ‘in the name of Allah’). This books contains 300 Arabic commonly used loan verbs in Somali in sentences and information on conjugation group of a each loan verb; specific tense usages; how different prepositions affect the meaning of the verb in a sentence; verbal nouns and variant spellings of verbs.< Less
General Verbs Flashcards - English to Spanish By Matthew Schartow
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Get the flashcards for the general verbs that you can find in any House book. Flashcards work for any language you are learning, so there is only need to get them once. To get the audio for these... More > words, activity sheets to practice them, or the book to see the way the words are written, go to www.sfslanguages.com.< Less
Elementary Arabic Morphology 3 By Rashid Al-Shartuni
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1. What is morphology? 2. How many types of words are there? 3. Is morphology applied to all types of words? 4. How are verbs and nouns conjugated?
Elementary Arabic Morphology 2 By Rashid Al-Shartuni
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1. What is morphology? 2. How many kinds of words are there? 3. Is morphology applied to every kind of word? 4. What is the changing of a word from one form to another called? 5. How is morphology... More > applied to verbs?< Less
Aktuboo: Mastering the Arabic Script By Amy Michelle Mosier
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Written from an American perspective, Aktuboo: Mastering the Arabic Script seeks to remove the anxiety of learning not only the Arabic language but its script too. It teaches Modern Standard Arabic,... More > the most ubiquitous dialect in the Middle East. Besides gently guiding you into the Arabic language, it also contains a wealth of cultural information and so it's ideal for Egyptphiles, travelers and Christian missionaries. * Use mnemonics to help you remember the Arabic alphabet. * Practice reading Arabic by first reading English words written in Arabic. * Transition easily from cognates to true Arabic words. * Develop good grammar by examining generic sentences. * Learn how to conjugate at least 50 common verbs. The assistance I had from many Arab people for the translation samples is uncredited.< Less
Elementary Arabic Syntax 2 By Rashid Al-Shartuni
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1. What does syntax teach us? Syntax teaches us the states of words when they are combined with other words. 2. Do all words combine with other words in the same way? There are two types of words... More > that are combined with other words: • Indeclinable: the end of the word does not change. • Declinable: the end of the word changes due to the different functions that it serves. 3. How does one know what the end of an indeclinable word is? There is no rule in determining the end of an indeclinable word. 4. How does one know what the end of a declinable word is? The end of declinable words is determined by the rules that one learns from syntax. One will learn when a verb is put into the nominative, subjective or jussive cases and when a noun is put into the nominative, accusative, or genitive cases.< Less
Easy Intro to Arabic - Book Two By Fahimuddin Qazi
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BOOK TWO of the Easy Intro to Arabic textbook series builds conversational Arabic skills by focusing on common Arabic expressions such as emphasis, negation of nominal and verbal sentences,... More > interrogation, time, place, and prohibition as well as double-pronoun conjugation and common Arabic vocabulary. Designed to be light and easy, the two-level introductory course develops strong understanding of Arabic nouns, verbs, and particles. It builds basic Arabic vocabulary by slowly and systematically introducing over 700 Arabic words. It establishes solid foundations for Arabic morphology and Arabic grammar. This basic book is not only a necessary ingredient for Arabic curricula at Islamic elementary & Sunday schools, but it also prepares the student well for Level One of Intro to Quranic Linguistics series. Get Answer Keys and Lecture Audios from QuranicLinguistics.com< Less
Essentials of Quranic Arabic - Volume 2 By Masood Ranginwala
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Similar to Volume 1, numerous examples from the Qur’ān have been given so that our focus is maintained. This Second Volume includes topics in Morphology, Irregular Verbs, and other topics... More > found in Intermediate Arabic Grammar study. The last three chapters are focused on more advanced discussions relative to Qur’ānic Arabic such as Eloquence (Balāgha) and I'jāz al-Qur'ān. “Review Questions” are included in the back of this book per chapter. It is hoped that the content presented here in this second volume will allow for a more thorough understanding of the lofty words of the Qur’ān along with other Classical Islāmic literature Inshā Allah.< Less