Download Colloquial Arabic (Levantine) by Leslie J McLoughlin PDF

By Leslie J McLoughlin

Show description

Read Online or Download Colloquial Arabic (Levantine) PDF

Best foreign language dictionaries & thesauruses books

O Pioneers! (Webster's German Thesaurus Edition)

This version is written in English. even though, there's a working German word list on the backside of every web page for the tougher English phrases highlighted within the textual content. there are various versions of O Pioneers! . This version will be worthy when you might lik

Webster's English to German Crossword Puzzles: Level 9

No matter if you don't like crossword puzzles, you'll prove loving those. Designed for mother-tongue or thoroughly fluent audio system of German eager to increase their English abilities, the puzzles can also be unique to English audio system. they're formatted in order that every one puzzle might be solved in 15 to half-hour.

Webster's English to German Crossword Puzzles: Level 5

No matter if you don't like crossword puzzles, you could turn out loving those. Designed for mother-tongue or thoroughly fluent audio system of German desirous to increase their English abilities, the puzzles can also be pleasing to English audio system. they're formatted in order that every one puzzle may be solved in 15 to half-hour.

Japanese

A simple introductory path in Spoken jap within the Kunrei-Siki transcription procedure. Thirty classes and workouts. It explains the 2 romanization approach: the Hepburn process and the Kunrei-Siki, either crucial for learning eastern with net. lots of lengthy workouts with key for model and retro-version.

Additional info for Colloquial Arabic (Levantine)

Example text

These are followed by another verb always in the non-past (with some exceptions in some dialects), with no b/m- prefix. —bta9rif tuktub? or bti’dir tuktub? -aat) classical—faSeeH (f. ;pl. sakaakeen) fork—shawka (pl. shuwak) spoon—mal9a’a (pl. —kayf? between, among—bayn above—faw’ below—taHt only, but—bass a little—shwayy, ’aleel ᭿ EXERCISE Translate: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 baynee oo baynak, maa ta’ool shee il-layla! bta9rif tatakallam 9arabee daarij? laa, bass ba9rif ’uktub 9arabee rooH, shoof shughlak!

Sing. byiDall Dall! byimidd midd! byiHuTT HuTT Imperative f. sing. Dallee! middee! HuTTee! Participles On the pattern HaTT; HaaTiT; maHTooT. pl. Dalloo! middoo! HuTToo! LESSON SEVEN 53 DERIVED FORMS Defective verbs Past tense The suffixes change exactly as in defective verbs, Form I. II III IV V 3 m. sing. mashsha laa’a ’a9Ta ta9ashsha (make walk) (meet) (give) (dine) 1 c. g. /-eeoo/ becomes /-oo). V VIII X 3 pl. byita9ashshoo byishtaroo byistaHloo Note Give (’a9Ta) takes two direct objects: I gave her the book—’a9Tayt-ha il-kitaab I gave her it—’a9Tayt-ha ’iyyaa (h) Exercise Conjugate the above Forms II–X.

Note All active participles have /i/ or /ee/ finally. All passive participles have /a/ or /aa/ finally. Notice that in VII and VIII /aa/ distinguishes both forms, active and passive. These are followed by another verb always in the non-past (with some exceptions in some dialects), with no b/m- prefix. —bta9rif tuktub? or bti’dir tuktub? -aat) classical—faSeeH (f. ;pl. sakaakeen) fork—shawka (pl. shuwak) spoon—mal9a’a (pl. —kayf? between, among—bayn above—faw’ below—taHt only, but—bass a little—shwayy, ’aleel ᭿ EXERCISE Translate: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 baynee oo baynak, maa ta’ool shee il-layla!

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.71 of 5 – based on 44 votes