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- Edinburgh University Press
- 241 x 170 x 18 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 522 g
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Essential Skills in Arabic
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How to improve your reading, listening and communication skills in ArabicDo you want to build on your Arabic reading, writing and listening skills? Improve your ability to communicate in this language? This is the book for you. Offering practical sessions and exercises, each module contains a wide range of authentic, contemporary texts so that you can practice your skills as they develop. Moving you from the intermediate to the advanced level of Arabic you will work through sessions on culture and society, the environment, education in the Arab world, global issues, media and communication, the economy, sports, and arts and literature. Each module follows the same structure, covering the essential skills of reading, grammar, vocabulary, listening, translation, writing and speaking.The book includes:A wide variety of drills to help you refine your reading, writing, speaking and listening skillsA key to exercises so you can check your progressA glossary of key Arabic termsAccess to online audio material to accompany the listening drills
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'Attractively designed to refine learners' skills such as reading, grammar, writing, speaking and listening... Essential Skills in Arabic by Mustapha Lahlali and Radia Kesseiri is, without doubt, one of the most valuable resources for learners who not only want to learn the basic skills of Arabic, but also want to attain a degree of competency in Arabic by acquiring the ability to deal with the complex syntactic features of the language.' --Nesreen Alhmadi, Tibah University "British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies "
El Mustapha Lahlali is an Associate Professor and Director of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Leeds. He is author of How to Write in Arabic (Edinburgh University Press, 2009), Advanced English-Arabic Translation: A Practical Guide (with Wafa Abu Hatab) (Edinburgh University Press, 2014) and Advanced Media Arabic (Edinburgh University Press, Second Edition 2017). Radia Kesseiri is a Lecturer in Arabic at the University of Leeds. She is author of Algeria: An International Account of Foreign Policy. 1965-1978 (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011) and The Evolution of Algerian Political Thought: Origins, Colonial Rule and Post- Independence (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2013).