The Middle East is an increasingly important place in the minds and concerns of the English-speaking world. Suitable for those who are beginning to learn the Arabic spoken by Palestinians, or those who live in Syria or Lebanon, this title provides an introduction to the essential features and vocabulary of spoken Palestinian Arabic.
Contents of the MP3 Files Arabic Research at Georgetown University Foreword to the Georgetown Classics Edition Preface Introduction The Sounds of Arabic Pronunciation Practices Units 1. Greetings and courtesy expressions. 2. Directions. Numbers 1-10. 3. Arrival. Numbers 11-20 4. Getting around; Numbers 20-100 by tens. 5. Requests and information; Numbers 21-29. 6. Where is it? Numbers 100-1,000 by hundreds. 7. Introductions 8. Family and children 9. Where have you been? 10. In a coffee shop 11. Telling time 12. Eating out 13. Buying some cloth 14. At the tailor's 15. Speaking Arabic 16. Buying fruits and vegetables 17. Invalids 18. A political figure 19. Friends. Higher numbers 20. A radio station- I 21. A radio station- II 22. Filling out applications 23. Goods and services 24. From New York to Beirut 25. The program of the new cabinet-I 26. The program of the new cabinet-II 27. Telephone conversations 28. A Juha story 29. A village 30. Going home Vocabulary 1 Arabic-English Vocabulary 2 English-Arabic
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