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Arabic: Learning to read Arabic - a beginners' guide

Author: Mahjoob Zweiri
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This instructional booklet is for students who wish to learn to write Arabic. It is designed for independent study using a step-by-step approach. Each manageable unit has plenty of references to other materials. Dr Randal Holme, University of Durham Language Centre, directed the project.
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These materials were produced as part of the Extending good practice in less widely used less taught (LWULT) languages project, funded by the Subject Centre.

http://www.llas.ac.uk/resources/mb/2212
Arabic: Learning to read Arabic - a beginners' guide

Author: Mahjoob Zweiri
Summary

This instructional booklet is for students who wish to learn to write Arabic. It is designed for independent study using a step-by-step approach. Each manageable unit has plenty of references to other materials. Dr Randal Holme, University of Durham Language Centre, directed the project.
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PDF document (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
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Download Learning to read Arabic: A beginners' guide (pdf 307kb)

These materials were produced as part of the Extending good practice in less widely used less taught (LWULT) languages project, funded by the Subject Centre.

http://www.llas.ac.uk/resources/mb/2212

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School of Linguistics and LanguageLanguage Centre
Learning to Read Arabic:
A Beginners’ guide 
Prepared ByDr Mahjoob Zweiri
 
2
Introduction 
As a student learning Arabic in a Languages for All class, you have the opportunity tolearn and practice the language in oral situations. As with all languages, to makesignificant progress, you need to encounter and practice the language outside theclassroom, ideally in real life situations with native speakers but most institutions haveOpen Access centres which offer a wide range of materials for practice. Arabic presentsthe added difficulty of a different alphabet and writing system and classroom time is notsufficient for more than a brief introduction.This booklet has been designed to help you learn Arabic writing independently byguiding you through the resources available in the Open Access and on the web, in a stepby step approach organised in manageable units, each offering:
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Information and/or directions to materials where the information can be found
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Exercises on the page with accompanying tape/CD (written answers at the end of the booklet, oral answers on the tape/CD)
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Further exercises in books, tapes/CDs, software programmes and on the web
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End of unit tests (written answers at the end of the booklet, oral answers on thetape/CD)This guide provides plenty of references to materials for each unit. The exercises can bevery similar and appear repetitive. However this has two advantages:
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the repetition on a different format or simply a different layout gives you theopportunity to memories the script
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if you are working in another institution where different resources are available,you can still use the guide: simply skip the exercises which refer to non-availablematerials
 
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Contents
Introduction 2Contents 3Introduction to the Arabic Langauge 4The Arabic alphabet 5
Unit 1:
ت ب أ ث
 
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Individual letters and their position in a wordCombining lettersNumbers 1 to 10
Unit 2:
خ ح ج
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Numbers 11 to 30
 Unit 3:
ذ دز ر
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Numbers 31 to 50
Unit 4:
ض ص ش س
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Numbers 51 to 60
Unit 5:
ظ طغ ع
25
 
SentencesNumbers 61 to 70
Unit 6
م ل ك ق ف
31
Numbers 71 to 85
Unit 7
ي و ن
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Numbers 86 to 100
Key 40Useful Links 46Resources 48

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