Colloquial Levantine Arabic   Import  Single ASIN  Import  Multiple ASIN ×Product customization Go Pro General Description

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Additional information

Publisher ‏

‎ Independently published (18 March 2019)

Language ‏

‎ English

Paperback ‏

‎ 337 pages

ISBN-10 ‏

‎ 1090461151

ISBN-13 ‏

‎ 978-1090461155

Dimensions ‏

‎ 21.59 x 1.93 x 27.94 cm

5 reviews for Colloquial Levantine Arabic   Import  Single ASIN  Import  Multiple ASIN ×Product customization Go Pro General Description

  1. Kindle-Kunde

    Good book
    Good book for learning arabic, a bit expensive though, didn’t find a lot of typos as mentioned by some other buyers.

  2. I been using this book in correlation with lessons with Khaled. It is easy to understand, and relevent to starting to be able to have levantine conversations. I would highly recommend this book

    A great place to start learning levantine arabic
    This book has a straight forward structure that gradually builds up your understanding. And encorouges you to talk

  3. Amazon Customer

    Excellent flow and relevant
    The book flows extremely well and teaches you Lavintine Arabic in a practical way that is also relevant to your day to day activities.Highly recommend for those looking to become fluent in speaking Arabic

  4. Aisha

    Would definitely recommend
    I would definitely recommend this book for someone who is wanting to learn Levantine Arabic as the structure is very easy to follow. Unlike most courses which require you to memorise vocabulary and grammar. This occurs naturally through repetition in the book, expanding your vocabulary and understanding. I’m currently working my way through the book with Khaled and have noticed the volume learnt effortlessly without tedious hours of time required. You’re able to learn around your schedule. The book is filled with plenty of exercises, including oral, written and reading. As a whole the book is encouraging as you’re able to see your progression. The best part is grammar, which in theory should be very hard and complex, but the book has made this simple and comprehensible. Whilst a beginner will be able to use this book. I do recommend taking lessons with Khaled for a clearer understanding.

  5. S D Lerner

    Some very helpful information in this well-thought out textbook
    So far, I would say this is an invaluable resource for the learning of spoken Arabic. I like that the author starts with the actual Arabic script as the first order of business, because it eliminates having to learn a temporary phonetic system as an intermediate step in the whole process. Along the way, he provides a number of very helpful notes concerning the Arabic language learning process. Some of the earlier issues mentioned in other reviews like empty space on certain pages seem to have been addressed in this Third Edition, but there are still a few pesky English typos. We Arabic learners are so fortunate to have available to us this book, along with Tiedemann’s The 101 Most Used Verbs in Spoken Arabic: Jordan & Palestine!

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