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Learning and teaching arabic language for beginners

Learning and teaching arabic language for beginners

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This is the summary of the teaching manual Al-Manhaj, for learning and teaching of modern Arabic to English-speaking public. An arabic learning method published by DILAP PUBLICATIONS.

This book is structured around 11 lessons built on teaching dialogues to introduce the concepts of grammar needed and the basic vocabulary for beginners. The executive summary gives you an overview of the complexity and scale of the concepts used to teach Arabic in a professional manner.

The tools and concepts are developed according to the French research to teach Arabic to Europe. This book, translated and adapted from the French version of Al-Manhaj has become a reference in France and French-speaking countries. Arabic is teached so radically different compared to materials known to date.

This is the summary of the teaching manual Al-Manhaj, for learning and teaching of modern Arabic to English-speaking public. An arabic learning method published by DILAP PUBLICATIONS.

This book is structured around 11 lessons built on teaching dialogues to introduce the concepts of grammar needed and the basic vocabulary for beginners. The executive summary gives you an overview of the complexity and scale of the concepts used to teach Arabic in a professional manner.

The tools and concepts are developed according to the French research to teach Arabic to Europe. This book, translated and adapted from the French version of Al-Manhaj has become a reference in France and French-speaking countries. Arabic is teached so radically different compared to materials known to date.

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Published by: WWW.DILAP.EU , ARABIC-ENGLISH PUBLICATIONS on Sep 27, 2008
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5
INDEX
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5
Introduction
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8
Presentation
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9
Instructions for use
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10
SEQUENCE
01
Lesson 01 :
Hello !
 ÒÿG ìÉÑ°U
13
Writing
.......................................
13
Phonetic exercises
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15
Writing exercises
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17 
Translationof the dialogue
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19
Writing letters
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19
Lesson 02 :
She is from Morroco
Üô¨ŸG øe »g
21
Writing
.......................................
21
Phonetic exercises
.......................................
22
Writing exercises
.......................................
24
Translationof the dialogue
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26
Writing letters
.......................................
26
Lesson 03 :
Nice to meet you
±q ô°ûàe
28
Writing
.......................................
29
tâ marbûta
áWƒHôŸG AÉàdG
29
lâm -alif 
∞dG - Ω’
30
sukûn
¿ƒµ°ùdG
30
tanwîn
øjƒæàdG
30
shadda
Iq~°ûdG
31
Phonetic exercises
.......................................
31
Writing exercises
.......................................
32
Grammar :
1.3.1 : Isolated personalpronouns
.......................................
35
1.3.2 : Affix pronouns
.......................................
36
1.3.3 : Demonstrativepronouns
.......................................
37 
1.3.4 : Definite - indefinite
.......................................
37 
1.3.5 : Relationnaladjectives
.......................................
38
Grammar exercises
.......................................
38
Translationof the dialogue
.......................................
41
Writing letters
.......................................
41
SEQUENCE
02
Lesson 01 :
 At the cafe
≈¡≤ŸG ‘
43
Writing
.......................................
45
Phonetic exercises
.......................................
46
Writing exercises
.......................................
47 
Grammar :
2.1.1 : Conjugating sim-ple verbs - present tense
.......................................
48
2.1.2 : Conjugating sim-ple verbs - The future
.......................................
49
2.1.3 : Present tensein the negative form
.......................................
50
2.1.4 : The annexation
.......................................
50
Grammar exercises
.......................................
51
Translationof the dialogue
.......................................
53
Writing letters
.......................................
53
Lesson 02 :
 Answering throughthe Internet
≈∏Y ÜGƒLâ«fÎfE’G
56
Writing
.......................................
60
Emphatic letters, hamza
.......................................
60
Phonetic exercises
.......................................
61
Writing exercises
.......................................
63
Understanding exercises
.......................................
67 
Grammar :
2.2.1 : Inner andOuter plurals
.......................................
69
2.2.2 : Conjugating in theunfinished form
.......................................
69
2.2.3 : Affix pronouns
.......................................
70
2.2.4 : How to expresspossession
.......................................
70
2.2.5 : Names of jobs
.......................................
70
2.2.6 : Declensions
.......................................
70
2.2.7 : Declining
ñCG - ÜCG
72
Grammar exercises
.......................................
73
Reading :The child and jobs
±ô◊Gh πØ£dG
76
Translation of the dialo-gue and reading text
.......................................
77 
Writing letters
.......................................
78
    A    l  -    M   a   n    h   a    j
      
     S   u    m    m    a    r   y
 
6
SEQUENCE
04
Lesson 01 :
Dark-haired
AGôª°S
119
Writing :Letter ranking, fonts,hand-written characters
.......................................
120
Writing exercises
.......................................
121
Understanding exercises
.......................................
122
Grammar :
4.1.1 : Defective verbs
.......................................
123
4.1.2 : Derived verbs
.......................................
124
4.1.3 : Colour nouns
.......................................
125
Nouns used as adjectives
.......................................
125
4.1.4 : The comparativeor elative
.......................................
126
4.1.5 : Comparativeof greater degree
.......................................
126
4.1.6 : The superlative
.......................................
126
4.1.7 : The negation with
¢ù«d
127 
Grammar exercises
.......................................
128
Reading : Tamarind andcoffee with cardamom
…~æ¡dG ôªàdG∫É¡dÉH Iƒ¡≤dGh
132
Translationof the dialogue andreading text
.......................................
134
Lesson 02 :
He does behave strangely 
ÖjôZ ƒgΩÉjC’G √òg
136
Understanding exercises
.......................................
138
SEQUENCE
03
Lesson 01 :
On holiday in Tunisia
¢ùfƒJ ‘ á∏£Y
81
Writing
.......................................
83
hamza on nabra
.......................................
83
Solar and lunar letters
.......................................
84
 Arabic and indian figures
.......................................
85
Phonetic exercises
.......................................
85
Writing exercises
.......................................
86
Understanding exercises
.......................................
86
Reading text
~«©°üdG QÉÑNCG
88
Grammar :
3.1.1 : Past tense
.......................................
89
3.1.2 : Simple,irregular verbs
.......................................
89
3.1.3 : The future
.......................................
89
3.1.4 : How to use
~æY
90
3.1.5 : Patternsand radicals
.......................................
90
3.1.6 : Place names
.......................................
91
Grammar exercises
.......................................
91
Translation of thedialogue and reading text
.......................................
95
Lesson 02 :
Where is the children’stheater ?
? ∫ÉØWC’G ìô°ùe øjCG
97 
Writing
.......................................
99
hamza in the word
.......................................
99
Writing exercises
.......................................
101
Understanding exercises
.......................................
102
Grammar :
3.2.1 : Prepositions
¤EG - ‘™e - øe
107 
3.2.2 : Interrogativepronouns
.......................................
108
3.2.3 : The imperative
.......................................
109
3.2.4 : The imperativein the negative form
.......................................
111
3.2.5 : Affix pronounsand prepositions
.......................................
112
Grammar exercises
.......................................
113
Translation of thedialogue
.......................................
117 
4.2.1 : Perfective - Simpleirregular verbs
140
4.2.2 : Derived verbs
.......................................
140
4.2.3 : Negative particle
142
4.2.4 : Negationin the perfective
.......................................
142
4.2.5 : Noun adjectives
.......................................
143
4.2.6 : Decliningouter plurals
.......................................
143
Gammar exercises
.......................................
145
Reading text :Zodiac signs
êGôHC’G
149
Translation of the horoscope
.......................................
151
Translation of the dialogue.
.......................................
152
Grammar :
    A    l  -    M   a   n    h   a    j
      
     S   u    m    m    a    r   y

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