Simplifying Arabic Grammar by Mahmoud Ziyada
You want to learn this language and I want to help you in this endeavor.
The Arabic language is not very difficult as said. In reality, it is a very rich language. Many of the problems students face in studying Arabic are not to do with the language itself. There are other reasons for this difficulty. I hope to be able to help you in your study of Arabic. This book has been developed and written to guide you through some of the basic principles that will give you a head start in mastering the Arabic language.
I have tried to steer away from the commonly found ‘dry’ methods of teaching grammatical principles. Arabic grammar is not simply a set of mathematical and logical principles that the student must memorise.
Furthermore, it needs to be understood that grammar in itself is not the goal, rather it is a means to the understanding of the language and using it correctly.
The methods which promote grammar as the goal and turn it into a mathematical science have many negative effects from a number of angles:
∙ they waste the time of the student exhausting his/her efforts for limited benefit.
∙ they make the study complicated, therefore the student finds the work difficult, and this leads to feelings of hopelessness to the extent that we hear statements such as the Arabic language being complex and difficult to learn.
Achieving true benefit from any language requires dedication and practice.
In this book I have tried to follow simple and effective methods in explaining these principles.
Мы говорим по-арабски
We Speak Arabic َ نَحْنُ نَتَكَــلَّمُ الْعَـرَبِيَّـة Nahnu natakallam al3arabiya
This Is Russian Arabic book But from page 62 to the end of the book it is all in Arabic
The book is for students who can read Arabic without diacritic as most of the reading texts don’t have tashkeel. Featuring ease of presentation, The lessons are designed for a class with a teacher. It provides basic information on the grammar of the Arabic language, reading provides simple and complicated texts in each lesson, as well as intensive vocabulary arranged by topic.
Publisher:2002 | St. Petersburg Oriental Studies 5-85803-209-5, 5-94545-013-8 | Author: Olga Frolova | Languages: Russian
Краткиий русско-арабскиий разговорник (сирийский и египетский диалекты)
A short Russian-Arabic phrase book (Syrian and Egyptian dialects)
Author: Е. А. ЧУХЛАНЦЕВ, Н. А. МАЙБУРОВ
Publisher: ВОЕННОЕ ИЗДАТЕЛЬСТВО МИНИСТЕРСТВА ОБОРОНЫ СССР
A short Russian-Arabic Phrase Book” (Egyptian and siriiyskiy dialects) is designed for individuals who do not know Arabic. The book consists of two main parts. The first part includes the “Russian-Egyptian phrase” the second – “Russian-Syrian phrase.” Along with the Arabic writing is a Russian transcription. The content is identical to the parts, and contains sections on the following topics: naval terminology, titles, positions, account numbers, personal pronouns, adjectives, introduction, apology, age, talk about staying in the country, at the store, park, museum, etc. . etc.
«Краткиий русско-арабскиий разговорник» (египетскиий и сириийскиий диалекты) рассчитан на лиц, не знающих арабскиий язык. Книга состоит из двух основных частей. Первая часть включает в себя «русско-египетский разговорник», вторая – «русско-сирийский разговорник». Наряду с арабским написанием присутствует русская транскрипция. Содержание частей идентично и содержит разделы со следующей тематикой: военно-морская терминология; звания, должности; счет, числа; личные местоимения, прилагательные; знакомство; извинение; возраст; беседы о пребывании в стране; в магазине, парке, музее и т.д. и т.п.
Date: 1971 | Pages: 173 |Format: PDF | Size: 2.2 MB| language: Арабский / Русский