Über den Autor
Jane Wightwick and Mahmoud Gaafar
Introduction.- PART 1: FUNDAMENTALS OF ARABIC GRAMMAR.- The Arabic Root System.- Gender: Masculine and Feminine.- The Article.- Pronouns (singular) and Non-verbal Sentences.- Plurals and Plural Pronouns.- Demonstratives.- Adjectives and Descriptive Sentences.- Describing Position.- Forming Questions.- Possession and Attached Pronouns.- Plurals: Broken Plural.- Comparative and Superlative.- The Dual.- PART 2: ARABIC VERBS.- Past Verbs.- Present\Future Verbs.- Irregular Verbs.- Forms of the Verb.- Making Verbs Negative.- Nouns and Adjectives Formed from Verbs.- Dual Verbs.- PART 3: ANSWERS TO ACTIVITIES.
Mastering Arabic Grammar is a reference and activity grammar book for all beginners and early intermediate students of Arabic, whether studying in a group or by themselves. The book reinforces and expands the structures and vocabulary presented in Mastering Arabic and is the ideal companion to this popular course. However the clear structural explanations and practice activities make it a perfect companion for any taught or self-teach course. The book is divided into two parts: basis grammar and verbs. There are optional extra sections with explanations and activities covering the grammatical case endings used in formal, literary and religious Arabic.
Arabic studies is a fast growing market a heightened demand for Arabic translators has helped to fuel interest and has increased student numbers by 0% in the last two years
Fills gap in the Arabic study market (following feedback from Arabic teachers on lack of material to teach grammar)
The authors are very well known in Arabic studies
Builds on bestselling Mastering Arabic brand
Clear and easy to follow for the beginner, with 00 stimulating interactive activities