Uktub al-arabiya: Intermediate Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic. Lughatuna Al 2019-01-10

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Uktub al-arabiya: Intermediate Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic

This unique textbook concentrates on the connectors those articles, phrases, or idioms which join words, phrases, clauses, or sentences in a functional setting with the aim of developing and improving the writing skills of intermediate and advanced students of Arabic as a foreign language. In an innovative concept in the teaching of Modern Standard Arabic, this new content-based book aims to bolster study for advanced students in both linguistic skills and literary appreciation through the reading of short stories in the original Arabic by four great but very different writers: Mahmoud Taher Lashin, Naguib Mahfouz, Yusuf Idris, and Tayeb Salih. The aim of this book is to help students to read and write articles, essays and texts, using a range of tenses, in correct Arabic grammar. Practical skills such as how to write memorandums- messages- and e-mails and how to compile information are included. While students of the language will find Modern Standard Arabic Grammar extremely helpful, it is also a valuable tool for linguists who want to acquire a clear idea about the skeletal structure of the language, as well as translators who are working with written Arabic. Here, Cairo-based Arabic teacher Bahaa Ed-Din Ossama presents twenty songs in Egyptian Arabic performed by popular singers from Umm Kulthoum to Mohamed Mounir and builds a variety of language lessons around them, with notes on vocabulary, grammar, and usage, and communicative exercises in listening, writing, and speaking. Developed and piloted in the classrooms of the Arabic Language Institute at the American University in Cairo, this series has benefited from the expertise and knowledge of leading teachers of Arabic.

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Uktub al-arabiya: Intermediate Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic

Practical skills such as how to write letters are included. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Creative reading tasks and exercises focus on the writing and literary styles of the four writers, while grammar is reinforced through text analysis and writing assignments, with an emphasis on building vocabulary and idiomatic expressions, as well as on developing a deeper understanding of cultural and historical issues. These books, with the beginner and intermediate level volumes forthcoming, can accompany any other Arabic textbooks. These books, with the beginner and intermediate level volumes forthcoming, can accompany any other Arabic textbooks. Anyone wanting to have a good command of the Arabic language must learn both varieties.

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Uktub al-arabiya: Intermediate Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic

Developed and piloted in the classrooms of the Arabic Language Institute at the American University in Cairo, this series has benefited from the expertise and knowledge of leading teachers of Arabic. Drawing on her years of experience as an Arabic instructor, author Samia Louis has developed a course rich in everyday contexts and real-life, practical language, along with a wide range of grammar-learning strategies to allow students to deploy the language with confidence. The accompanying online audio files carry recordings of the texts, made by Egyptian native speakers. This new series of three books aims to develop the writing skills of students learning Modern Standard Arabic, enabling them to move from forming correct words, phrases, sentences, and simple texts, to writing simple paragraphs and ultimately producing texts with the competency of a native speaker. As a compact guide, it is an ideal auxiliary, no matter what textbook the student is using.

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Uktub al-arabiya: Intermediate Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic

The book enables students to read extended texts with greater accuracy and speed by focusing on the relationships among meaning, language form, and markers of cohesive discourse. Divided into five chapters, Book Three addresses the early to middle intermediate Arabic learner. The book is further supported by online interactive reading and writing drills, and authentic television debate programs. The aim of this book is to help students to read and write long and complex factual and literary texts in order to appreciate different writing styles. Now three new books, for beginner, early advanced, and higher advanced students, have been added to the series.

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Uktub al-arabiya: Intermediate Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic

This new series of three books aims to develop the writing skills of students learning Modern Standard Arabic, enabling them to move from forming correct words, phrases, sentences, and simple texts, to writing simple paragraphs and ultimately producing texts with the competency of a native speaker. Includes detailed advice, with examples, on punctuation, style and handwriting. Mastering Arabic through Literature, Volume 3: Poetry adopts an integrated skills approach that emphasizes all language skills in the effective articulation of ideas and meaningful communication. The book can be used in the classroom or for self-study. The Travels of Ibn Battuta: A Guided Reader is a unique Arabic literature and history textbook for students at the High Intermediate to Advanced level. The third book in this new series for the classroom is designed for adult learners of the language at the intermediate stage. Illustrations by calligrapher Hatem Arafa accompany each song.

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Uktub al-arabiya: Intermediate Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic

Students using this unique book will not only improve their Arabic skills but will also gain an insight into the cultural landscape of the Arab world. The songs are graded from easiest to most difficult, and each lesson includes a link to a performance of the song on YouTube, the lyrics of the song, and notes on the writer, the composer, and the singer. The book is further supported by online interactive reading, writing, and grammar drills. This beginners' introduction starts with the development of reading skills through recognition, identification, listing, and recall, before progressing to activities based on different reading strategies that target seeking information, visualizing, solving problems, and interpreting. Learners are also introduced to the cultural aspects of writing, such as writing and responding to different types of letters.

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Uktub al-arabiya: Intermediate Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic

Abstract: This new series of three books aims to develop the writing skills of students learning Modern Standard Arabic, enabling them to move from forming correct words, phrases, sentences, and simple texts, to writing simple paragraphs and ultimately producing texts with the competency of a native speaker. Description This book introduces students to authentic Arabic writing styles; strengthens and enhances their grammar; includes more sophisticated key words, collocations, expressions, and idioms; and reinforces linguistic accuracy. Forthcoming: Beginners Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic Intermediate Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic This new series of three books aims to develop the writing skills of students learning Modern Standard Arabic, enabling them to move from forming correct words, phrases, sentences, and simple texts, to writing simple paragraphs and ultimately producing texts with the competency of a native speaker. Hala Yehia is an instructor at the Arabic Language Institute, the American University in Cairo. For over ten years now, the Dutch edition of kullu tamam! Developed and piloted in the classrooms of the Arabic Language Institute at the American University in Cairo, this series has benefited from the expertise and knowledge of leading teachers of Arabic. The E-mail message field is required. The variety of the writers in this newspaper gives the reader an insight into the different writing styles and a wide range of vocabulary.

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Uktub al-arabiya: Intermediate Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic

Description This is an online Arabic—English—Arabic dictionary that includes very helpful verb tables for irregular verbs. Students will also learn how to communicate orally in a number of different situations, discussing current events, leisure activities, and practical matters. Available only to approved bidders. Paging is from back to front. Most Arabic textbooks concentrate on morphology and syntax, but while these provide the indispensable structural base, students still find there is a wide gap between their theoretical knowledge and their practical ability to write connected prose. The book is further supported by online interactive reading, writing, and grammar drills. Illustrative texts are either short dialogues, as may be encountered in daily life in Egypt, or descriptive passages dealing with more abstract topics and using a vocabulary typical of Arabic newspapers.

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Uktub al-arabiya: Intermediate Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic

There are basically two types of Arabic: the local vernaculars—which are used in everyday life—and Modern Standard Arabic, which is restricted to writing and to speaking in formal settings. The Advanced level volume introduces students to authentic Arabic written texts; strengthens and enhances their grammar; includes more sophisticated key words, collocations, expressions, and idioms; reinforces linguistic accuracy; and trains them to use handwriting script. Each chapter starts with a passive approach by letting the students analyze and discuss a sample text in the genre. An index of English definition helps the user navigate the entries. The book can be used in the classroom or for self-study.

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Uktub al-arabiya: Intermediate Writing Skills in Modern Standard Arabic

Drawing on her years of experience as an Arabic instructor and course developer, Samia Louis has used a functional approach to create a bright, innovative set of coursebooks for the study of Egyptian colloquial Arabic—the spoken dialect most frequently studied and most widely understood in the Arab world. Practical skills such as how to write memorandums, messages, and e-mails and how to compile information are included. Now students in the English-speaking world can benefit from its clear, fresh approach. An illustration by cartoonist Okacha accompanies each song, adding not just a touch of humor but an additional departure point for classroom discussions. The book is further supported by online interactive reading, writing, and grammar drills. This classic learning aid, popular with teachers and students alike, has now been fully revised and substantially expanded for a complete new edition.

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