lessons are developed for independent learners to provide them with the learning/teaching tools for improving their foreign language skills. Reading and listening lessons are based on authentic materials (articles, TV reports, radio broadcasts, etc.) and consist of 4 to 6 activities. In-depth Feedback accompanies all motivating tasks, providing learners with thorough explanations and tutoring just like an attentive and experienced teacher would do.
Author: Defense Language Publisher: Defense Language Pages: 29 files Format / Quality: pdf+ audio Size: 16MB Skydrive
Methode d’arabe Maghrebin Moderne Volume1 العربية المغربية الحديثة
Contient le corrigé des exercices, un glossaire arabe-français et français-arabe. L’enregistrement des dialogues sur est disponible sur le CD d’accompagnement de la méthode. Author: Moktar Djebli Publisher: l’Harmattan Publication date: 1988 ISBN: 2738401082 Number of pages: 245 / Forma: pdf Size: 56 MB Uploaded By MasteringArabic
Colloquial Arabic of the Gulf and Saudi Arabia: A Complete Language Course
Colloquial Arabic of the Gulf and Saudi Arabia is easy to use and completely up-to-date. Specially written by experienced teachers for self-study or class use, the course offers you a step-by-step approach to written and spoken Arabic Audio taken from the cassette that comes with the book (1984 Edition)
From the Back Cover Gulf Arab is the term used to refer to a number of related dialects which are spoken along the Gulf littoral from northern Kuwait to Oman in the south-eastern corner of the Arabian peninsula. The people who live in this area are linked to each other by trading and seafaring traditions which go back many centuries, as well as by the complex tribal structure of Arabia. With the development of education since the second world war, and increasingly close social, political and developmental ties between Gulf states, a form of dialectal Arabic has evolved which is not closely associated with any one particular state, and which exhibits features common to them all. This is still unmistakably ‘Gulf’ in its basic pronunciation and morphology, as well as in its basic lexical stock, but its syntax and to some extent lexicon have been influenced by standard Arabic and other Arabic dialects. This provides a description of this educated, pan-Gulf dialect, based on many hundreds of hours of tape-recordings of natural conversation made in a variety of locations in the Gulf. Audio taken from the cassette that comes with the book (1984 Edition)
Arriving in Cairo for the first time in June 1971, I had two years of Arabic study to my credit, yet I was unable to say anything or understand more than a word here and there… I was unprepared to deal with the language that Arabs actually speak…. To master the Cairene dialect, I acquired a battery of grammars and attended classes at the Center for Arabic Study Abroad [at the American University of Cairo]…. How sensible it would be, I often reflected, if someone prepared a handbook of Egyptian colloquial for those of us already trained in Written Arabic. So often did I bemoan the absence of such a book that my friends eventually insisted that I undertake the project myself. I wrote the book during my final months in Cairo, in the spring of 1973..
Author: Daniel Pipes Publisher: Daniel Pipes/FSI Publication date: 1983 Number of pages: 68 Format : PDF Size: 8,17MB