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McCarus, ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR STUDENTS OF ARABIC Brustad, Kristen et al, Al-kitaab fii Tacalum [2004, Georgetown University Press] The sections in Al-kitaab are followed by the chapter and line numbers (in parentheses) of English Grammar to be read in preparation for the assignment. The Review section includes previously studied concepts.

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AL-KITAAB
Chapter 1 1. Gender 2. The definite article 3. Asking questions Chapter 2 1. Subject pronouns 2. & 3. Non-human plural agreement, plurals 4. The nominal sentence Chapter 3 1. The construct phrase, (idaafa) 2. Possessive pronouns Chapter 4 1. The present tense 2. Negation of the present tense 3. Verbal sentence 4. More about questions Chapter 5 1. Adverbs 2. Non-adjective phrases 3. Demonstrative pronouns Chapter 6 1. The verbal noun, (masdar) 2. Asking Why? Chapter 7 1. li, cinda, and maca + pronouns 2. Fronted predicate in nominal sentences 3. The verb kaana 4. Asking How much? 1-10 Chapter 8 1. The past tense 2. Negation of the past tense 3. Studying verbs: past, present and verbal noun (masdar) 4. Roots and patterns

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ENGLISH GRAMMAR
Introduction pp. 1-2; Arabic Alphabet p. 3; 1, 2, 4 3 6 15, 20, 46 17, 18 2, 3 (45-85), 4 (38-117), 5 (179-204), Review 1 (174-221) 30, 9 (1-41), 44 (85-99) Review 17 5 (125-150), 7, 44 21 25, 26, 27, 31, 32, 36 46 (43-53) 9 (41-66) 48, Review 20, 9, 46 Review 44 (1-45), 17 42 11, 12 23 Review 27 28, 26 (60-7) 43 (79-115), Review 20 (35-110) 10 (90-144), 41, Review 20, 44 (100-31), Review 9 (30-41) 33 (70-163), 35, 36 Review 20 (35-110), 5 33, Review 31 46 (78-84) Review 25, 26, 27, 28 Review 1 (89-173)

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Review 20; 46 (87-99) Review 5 38, 39 Review 17, 41 19, 10 (1-89), Review 10 (90-144) Review 38, 31, 32 Review 11, 12, 44 Review 6, 7

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AL-KITAAB
Chapter 9 1. Laysa + nominal sentences 3. What time is it? Chapter 10 1. The subjunctive present tense 2. cIlaa and calaa + pronouns 3. Object pronouns Chapter 11 1. The indicative present tense 2. Adjectival sentences 3. Quantifiers Chapter 12 1. 2. 3. 4. The superlative The future tense Negation of the future Subject-verb agreement in verbal sentences

13 (169-200), Review 11 31, 34 46 (54-69) 27, Review 1 (198-222)

Chapter 13 1. Negating the past tense with lam 2. Chart of present tense moods 3. anna 4. Verbs + anna and an 5. Still (maa zaala) Chapter 14 1. Describing places, nominal sentences 2. Definite and indefinite idaafa 3. Verb patterns (awzaan al-ficl) Chapter 15 1. Relative pronouns 2. maa and man 3. Negation, review 4. The conditional Chapter 16 1. The comparative 2. min alann construct 3. Verb patterns faccala and afcala 4. Case marking Chapter 17 1. Verb patterns infacala and iftacala 2. Case marking and the nominative, accusative, and genitive nouns

46 (78-86) Review 38, 39, 32, 35 43, Review 28, 26 (60-67) 47 (38-80) 33 (80-110), Review 38 (36-43) Review 41, 2, 6 Review 7, 5 (125-150) Review 1 (64-173), 26, 27 24, Review 17 46 (100-53); 15 (38-57) Review 46 (1-99) 45 13 (1-168) Review 43 (115-180) Review 1 (64-173) Review 5, 6 (65-88) Review 1 (64-173) Review 5, 6 (65-88)

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27 (66-9, 96-9), Review 24, 4 (61-71) Review 1 (64-173) Review 5, 43 47 (50-80) Review 3, 4 Review 8, 28

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AL-KITAAB
Chapter 18 2. The dual (muthannaa) 3. Verb patterns faccala and tafaccala 4. Case marking: inna and anna Chapter 19 1.As (ka, mithla, kamaa, kaanna) 2. The feminine plural Chapter 20 2. The masdar as a subject