By Russell McGuirk

Colloquial Arabic of Egyptis consumer pleasant with step-by-step aid! in particular written via skilled lecturers for self-study or type use, the direction provides you with a step by step method of written and spoken Arabic of Egypt. No past wisdom of the language is required.

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* interactive - plenty of dialogues and workouts for normal practice
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through the tip of this profitable path it is possible for you to to speak expectantly and successfully in a huge diversity of events.

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E. has the cabin got]? Describing position Dialogue 1 contains several words describing position. They are listed below together with some other common additions: bayn between taHt under foh’ above/over uddáam in front of fi in wára behind ganb next to/near 9ála on it-tilifizyóhn ganb il-baab. The television is next to the door. siríiráyn foh’ ba9d two beds above each other ána wára l-baab. I’m behind the door. ), the same endings are used as for possession (see Unit 2): il-baab gánbak. The door is next to you.

Congratulations! Thank you. Does it have air conditioning? No, it doesn’t. But it has a CD. A CD? Where? There, underneath the radio. The seat’s comfortable. Is it leather, Gaabir? No, there isn’t any leather in this model. What then? The big one, the 2000cc has leather and has air conditioning. OK, let’s go! Vocabulary 9arabíyya car mabrúuk 9aláyk congratulations (lit. ‘blessing on you’) alláah yabáarak fiik reply when offered congratulations (lit. ‘may God bless you’) takíif air conditioning bass but rádyo radio kúrsi seat/chair gild leather modáyl (car) model ummáal?

Húmma mohandisíin. 1 húwwa mudárris. 4 húwwa máSri. 2 híyya muhandísa. 5 híyya ostoralíyya. 3 ána mumássil. 6 ána muHáasib. Exercise 9 Now you are going to be interviewed. a Prepare information about your name, nationality, where you come from and your job. ) b Practise answering the interviewer’s questions on the recording. Keep repeating the interview until you are replying fluently in the pauses allowed. Arabic script The group of Arabic letters below share a distinctive shape and the individual letters are only distinguished by a dot below or above: ì ê ñ the letter Haa, pronounced as a breathy ‘h’.

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