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Al-Asasi

Please see the subpage for the book. [Only first volume is found online, however, you can buy these books from many online stores]

Al-kitab Al-Asasi Volume I: A Basic Course for Teaching Arabic to Non-native Speakers (Arabic Edition) (Paperback)
Al-kitab Al-asasi Volume I: A Basic Course for Teaching Arabic to Non-native Speakers (Arabic Edition)
Product Description
This three-part course in Modern Standard Arabic for non-native speakers approaches the language through a series of themed topics daily life in the Arab world, politics and governance, literature and the arts, science and medicine, astronomy concentrates principally on listening and speaking skills. In each section, vocabulary is built up as various linguistic structures and strategies are introduced and practiced in a clear introduction to Arabic grammar. A CD accompanies Volume 1, and in addition to a full glossary of vocabulary items at the end of each volume (with meanings in both English and French), a supplementary dictionary, al-Mu’jam al-musa’id, gives a complete key to the vocabulary of all three books in four languages: English, French, Spanish, and German. Comprehensive and easily digestible, varied and informative, these books make an ideal basis for a classroom-based course in Arabic anywhere in the world.
About the Author
EL-SAID BADAWI is professor in the Arabic Language Institute at the American University in Cairo. He is the coauthor of A Dictionary of Egyptian Arabic.
Al-Kitab Al-Asasi Volume II: A Basic Course for Teaching Arabic to Non-Native Speakers (Arabic Edition) (Paperback)
al-Kitab al-asasi: A Basic Course for Teaching Arabic to Non-Native Speakers, Volume II
Product Description
This three-part course in Modern Standard Arabic for non-native speakers approaches the language through a series of themed topics—daily life in the Arab world, politics and governance, literature and the arts, science and medicine, astronomy—concentrates principally on listening and speaking skills. In each section, vocabulary is built up as various linguistic structures and strategies are introduced and practiced in a clear introduction to Arabic grammar. A CD accompanies Volume 1, and in addition to a full glossary of vocabulary items at the end of each volume (with meanings in both English and French), a supplementary dictionary, al-Mu‘jam al-musa‘id, gives a complete key to the vocabulary of all three books in four languages: English, French, Spanish, and German. Comprehensive and easily digestible, varied and informative, these books make an ideal basis for a classroom-based course in Arabic anywhere in the world.
About the Author
EL-SAID BADAWI is professor in the Arabic Language Institute at the American University in Cairo. He is the coauthor of A Dictionary of Egyptian Arabic.
Al-kitab Al-Asasi Volume 3: A Basic Course for Teaching Arabic to Non-native Speakers (Arabic Edition) (Paperback)
Al-kitab Al-asasi Volume 3: A Basic Course for Teaching Arabic to Non-native Speakers (Arabic Edition)
Product Description
This three-part course in Modern Standard Arabic for non-native speakers approaches the language through a series of themed topics – daily life in the Arab world, politics and governance, literature and the arts, science and medicine, astronomy – concentrates principally on listening and speaking skills. In each section, vocabulary is built up as various linguistic structures and strategies are introduced and practiced in a clear introduction to Arabic grammar. A CD accompanies Volume 1, and in addition to a full glossary of vocabulary items at the end of each volume (with meanings in both English and French), a supplementary dictionary, al-Mu’jam al-musa’id, gives a complete key to the vocabulary of all three books in four languages: English, French, Spanish, and German.
Comprehensive and easily digestible, varied and informative, these books make an ideal basis for a classroom-based course in Arabic anywhere in the world.
About the Author
EL-SAID BADAWI is professor in the Arabic Language Institute at the American University in Cairo. He is the coauthor of A Dictionary of Egyptian Arabic.

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