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Ultimate Arabic Beginner-Intermediate

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ISBN-10: 1400020816

ISBN-13: 9781400020812

Edition: Large Type 

Authors: Rajaa Aquil, Sanna Dhahir, Rania G. Hejazeen, Living Language Staff

List price: $19.95
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In response to the high demand for a comprehensive Arabic program, Living Language proudly introduces the ALL NEW Ultimate Arabic course. The latest addition to the celebrated Living Language Ultimate Series, Ultimate Arabic Beginner-Intermediate comprehensively teaches Modern Standard Arabic as well as the four most commonly spoken colloquial dialects—Egyptian, Iraqi, Lebanese, and Saudi. The customized instructional approach helps students prepare for any situation—from the home to the marketplace, the restaurant to the classroom or office, and much more! With 35 lessons and eight audio CDs, it’s the most complete Arabic course available. It teaches students not only how to speak the…    
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Book details

List price: $19.95
Publisher: Random House Information Group
Publication date: 2/21/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 544
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Arabic Sounds
Arabic Script
(Modern Standard Arabic): Hellol
(Modern Standard Arabic): Where Are You From?
(Modern Standard Arabic): What Do You Do?
First Review (Modern Standard Arabic)
(Modern Standard Arabic): How Was the Wedding?
(Modern Standard Arabic): An Interview
(Modern Standard Arabic): Your Passport, Please
(Modern Standard Arabic): At the Hotel
Second Review (Modern Standard Arabic)
Reading Passage I (Modern Standard Arabic)
(Modern Standard Arabic): How Much Do You Buy Dollars For?
(Modern Standard Arabic): How Much Is the Rent?
(Modern Standard Arabic): That's Too Expensivel
(Modern Standard Arabic): Enjoy Your Meall
Third Review (Modern Standard Arabic)
Reading Passage II (Modern Standard Arabic)
(Modern Standard Arabic): At the Doctor's
(Modern Standard Arabic): At Work
(Modern Standard Arabic): Hello, Ahmed?
(Modern Standard Arabic): News from the Arabic Press
Fourth Review (Modern Standard Arabic)
Reading Passage III (Modern Standard Arabic)
(Egyptian Arabic): The Pyramids
(Egyptian Arabic): A Cruise on the Nile
(Egyptian Arabic): A Visit to the Egyptian Museum
(Egyptian Arabic): Housing Shortage in Cairo
(Egyptian Arabic): The Egyptian Super Bowl
Fifth Review (Egyptian Arabic)
(Iraqi Arabic): Come, Let's Celebrate!
(Iraqi Arabic): To the Movies
(Iraqi Arabic): What Are You Going to Buy?
(Iraqi Arabic): Eid Preparations
(Iraqi Arabic): A Full Week!
Sixth Review (Iraqi Arabic)
(Lebanese Arabic): What's the Problem?
(Lebanese Arabic): Feiruz
(Lebanese Arabic): What's Up?
(Lebanese Arabic): You Really Know How to Cook!
(Lebanese Arabic): Where Are You Going?
Seventh Review (Lebanese Arabic)
(Saudi Arabic): I'd Like to Introduce Myself!
(Saudi Arabic): I Have Errands to Run
(Saudi Arabic): I Need to Rent an Apartment
(Saudi Arabic): What Is the Name of This Dish?
(Saudi Arabic): Jones Goes to the Market
Eighth Review (Saudi Arabic)
Verb Forms
Active and Passive Participles
First Conjugation of Weak Verbs
Second Conjugation of Weak Verbs
Third Conjugation of Weak Verbs
First Conjugation of Hollow Verbs
Conjugation of Doubled Verbs
Demonstrative Pronouns/Adjectives
Summary of Numbers
250 Basic Phrases in Egyptian, Iraqi, Lebanese, and Saudi Arabic
Arabic-English Glossary
English-Arabic Glossary
Index of Grammar Topics