Arabic Reader by Chaim Rabin
This reader is intended as an introduction to modern literary Arabic for those who have already acquired a grounding in the accidence and elementary syntax of the Arabic language.
Modern literary Arabic is identical grammatically with the classical idiom of the Koran, and in style and vocabulary differs from it no more than our English from that of Shakespeare. It has, however, undergone a rapid development in the last few decades, since it has been made to serve as a vehicle for Western ideas and modes of thought. For this reason, most of the extracts in this book are from works written later than 1930, and hardly any earlier than 1920. All are by authors of repute and represent literary style, as distinct from journalese. It is hardly necessary to state that this little book makes no claims to be an anthology of modern Arabic literature.
The extracts have been made short enough to be conveniently read one at a time even by a beginner. Wherever necessary, the original texts have been condensed, and the paragraphing and punctuation changed.
The texts are printed without vowel-signs, like any ordinary book or newspaper, but all vowels are indicated in the vocabularies or m the notes. The only exception to this are the case and mood vowels (i’rab) إعراب, which the Arab normally omits in feading aloud. The student is advised to read each piece aloud with constant reference to the vocabulary and notes, until he is quite sure of getting the vowels right. In some cases it may be helpful to copy out the text and fill in the vowels in writing. But the reader must remember that he cannot be said to have studied a passage before he can read and translate it in its unvowelled form.
ISBN-13: 978-0853310044 ISBN-10: 0853310041 Size: 24MB | Author:Chaim Rabin | 1986
ACON: The Arabic Verb Conjugator
Whether you are a student or a seasoned speaker of Arabic, you are by now aware that Arabic verb conjugation tends to get complicated. With the various conjugation types and paradigms and the rules about double-lettered roots and weak roots… it is easy to lose track of everything.
ACON is a verb reference tool, powered by a real Grammar Engine that automatically conjugates verbs. Let us repeat that: it actually conjugates the verbs that you input by applying Arabic grammar rules!
Unlike other so-called conjugators, ACON does not rely on a fixed list of conjugations. Look up the conjugation for the verb that you need, instead of browsing through lists of “similar verbs” in other apps or printed reference books. In that sense, ACON is more like a calculator. It will even allow you to conjugate fictional verbs, which is great for experimenting.
ACON is available as ACON Online and ACON App. ACON Online is free to use but has limited functionality compared to ACON App. If you are serious about learning Arabic or if you are a teacher or a language professional, we strongly recommend that you get the App. You might want to look at the ACON App page to see an overview of what its advantages are.
Arabic dictionary between your hands
المعجم العربي بين يديك
Illustrated Arabic/Arabic Dictionary . based on Arabic between your hands
It is designed to serve Arab students in different stages along with other student of different languages
It contains more than 7000 Arabic terms and expressions (the most common in Arabic)
It is arranged alphabetically.
The terms are chosen based on its importance for the student
Various source of terms, Holly Quran, Holly Hadith, poetry, proverbs, and daily language.
Its terms have been fully explained using different ways, including: synonymity and antinomy, along with illustrative examples from the Holly Quran, Holly Hadith, and simple sentence.
Using pictures for more illustration. There are 1600 colored pictures.
It contains all the vocabularies of the series in addition to other common vocabularies.
Benefit has been made of other techniques used in making other dictionaries.
It contains appendices that comprise a collection of language information in grammar, dictation and punctuation.
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معجم عربي – عربي ، مصور.
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صُمِّم ليخدم طلابنا العــــرب في المراحــــل المختلفة، وكذلك متعلمي اللغة العربية من غير أبنائها.
يضمُّ أكثر من 7.000 لفظ وتعبير (الأكثر شيوعا باللغة العربية) .
مرتب ترتيباً ألفبائياً؛ تيسيراً للدارسين.
تم اختيـــــار ألفاظــــه بنـــاء على شيوعهــا وأهميتها للدارس.
تنوعت مصادر الألفاظ فيه من: القرآن الكريم، والحديث الشريف، والشعر، والأمثال، ولغة الحياة.
شرحت ألفاظه شرحاً وافياً بطرق متعددة، منها: المرادف والمقابل…، مع الأمثلــة التوضيحيــة من القــرآن الكريم، ومن الحديث الشريف، ومن الجمــل الميســـرة.
استعان بالصور لمزيد من البيان والتوضيح، حيث ضم المعجم نحو 1600 (ألف وستمائة) صورة ملونة.
يحـوي على جميع الألفــاظ الــواردة في سلسلـة العربيـة بين يديـــك،وزِيدَ عليها ألفاظ ذات أهمية وشيوعٍ عالٍ.
استفاد من تجربة صناعة المعاجم في اللغة العربية وفي لغات أخرى.
يشتمل على ملاحق تضم مجموعة من الفوائد اللغوية في النحو والصرف وقواعد الإملاء وعلامات الترقيم.
Translation of the first book ” العربية بين يديك“ to Tajik language . Book consist of sixty pages and sixteen lessons and each lesson is composed of three dialogues, each dialogue is translated and also there is new vocabulary list at the end of each lesson that list verbs in the past ( ماضي) , present( مضارع) and order (أمر) , and مصدر
And at the end of the book toy will learn some basic grammar rules
Тарҷумаи китоби якуми “Ал-Арабияту байна ядайка” ба забони тоҷики. Китоб аз шаст саҳифа ва шонздаҳ дарс иборат аст ва ҳар дарс аз се муколима (ҳивор) иборат аст, баъд аз ҳар як муколима тарҷумаи калимаҳо бо ҳолати ҷамъаш ва ҳар як феъл бо замони гузашта (мози), ҳозира (музори), сиғаи амр ва масдар бо тарҷумаи масдар оварда шудааст (тарҷумаи феълҳо тарҷумаи масдар мебошад).
Ва дар охири китоб якчанд қоидаҳои наҳвӣ оварда шудааст.
Arabic Grammar – Easy Syntax (Arabic-English)
النحو Syntax : that knowledge which shows us how to join a noun, verb and particle to form a correct sentence as well as what the condition (i”raab) of the last Setter of a word should be.
SUBJECT MATTER : words and sentences.
OBJECT:to ultimately understand the Quraan and Hadeeth, thereby gaining the pleasure of Allah Ta’aalaa.
The nunnative sentence
The verbal sentence
The phrase or incomplete sentence:
I Descriptive Phrase
2. Possessive Phrase
3 Demonstrative Phrase
4. Numerical Phrase
5. Indeclinable Phrase
Signs of a noun – verb – particle
Those particles that resemble the verb
Auxiliary (defective) verbs