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501 Arabic Verbs Bilingual , Kindle Edition
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People struggling with the index clearly don't understand the root system and the 10 forms - and without those you're handicapped; you can't even use a good dictionary like Hans-Wehr without that basic knowledge. My best wishes to all those trying to learn Arabic but whilst you're getting on your feet you need a good teacher. Scheindlin's book is very good once you're intermediate. The best beginners Arabic (grammar) books out there for English speakers in my humble opinion are: Faruk Abu-Chacra (2007); and Mohammad T. Alhawary (2011)...very systematic, good contemporary style (as opposed to the older books like Haywood etc) and the Arabic font is clear. Most of all persist, it's amazing when you can pick up Arabic only books and read them like any other. It's a very velvety and descriptive language, full of metaphor.
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I'm studying Arabic at uni where students are expected to learn every possible verbal conjugation of every single verb even though in spoken Arabic most of it isn't use. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
Important book for anybody studying arabic! Received well before than expected, good job!Published 16 months ago by Donatella
Very helpful as a support for university students of arabic.Published on 2 Feb. 2015 by Alia Gironi
If (like me) you are a near-beginner, with a few months of tuition under your belt and are looking for a clear exposition of verbs to help you learn the basic forms (I eat, you... Read morePublished on 23 May 2014 by Rektikano
The type -face is very clear and easy to read and the layout shows the surprising regularity of the Arabic verb. Read morePublished on 10 April 2014 by stephen Walsh
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