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         Arabic Language:     more books (100)
  1. An Introduction to Spoken Standard Arabic: A Conversational Course on DVD, Part 1 (Book & DVD) by Shukri B. Abed, 2010-09-14
  2. 501 Arabic Verbs: Fully Conjugated in All Forms by Raymond Scheindlin Ph.D., 2007-10-01
  3. A New Arabic Grammar of the Written Language by John A. Haywood, H. M. Nahmad, 2000-06
  4. Arabic For Dummies by Amine Bouchentouf, 2006-05-01
  5. Ultimate Arabic Beginner-Intermediate (Book and CD Set): Includes Comprehensive Coursebook, 8 Audio CDs, and CD-ROM with Flashcards (Ultimate Beginner-Intermediate) by Living Language, 2009-07-28
  6. Arabic (Egyptian), Q&S: Learn to Speak and Understand Egyptian Arabic with Pimsleur Language Programs by Pimsleur, 2001-11-01
  7. Arabic Grammar (Dover Books on Language) by W. Wright, 2005-04-12
  8. A Linguistic History of Arabic by Jonathan Owens, 2009-08-17
  9. Teach Yourself Arabic Complete Course Package (Book + 2 CDs) (TY: Complete Courses) by Jack Smart, Frances Altorfer, 2004-04-14
  10. Intermediate Arabic For Dummies by Keith Massey, 2008-10-13
  11. The Arabic Language and National Identity: A Study in Ideology by Yasir Suleiman, 2003-02
  12. Eastern Arabic-English, English-Eastern Arabic Dictionary & Phrasebook (Hippocrene Dictionary & Phrasebook) by Frank A. Rice, Majed F. Saiid, 1998-12
  13. Write It in Arabic, Second Edition: A Workbook and Step-by-Step Guide to Writing the Arabic Alphabet by Naglaa Ghali, 2009-04-25
  14. Spoken Arabic: Saudi by Merrill Y. Van Wagoner, 1979-06-01

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Arabic language courses offered in Cairo, Egypt.
Arabic in Cairo How do you rate this New Design! Perfect Great Good Bad Very Bad Arabic in Cairo Groups Courses
Program 2011
(1) Intensive small Group CoursesMSA
3 weeks of language training
Date of the courses for all levels:
01- From 25.12.2010 to 11.01.2011
02- From 15.01.2011 to 01.02.2011
03- From 05.02.2011 to 22.02.2011
04- From 26.02.2011 to 15.03.2011
05- From 19.03.2011 to 05.04.2011
06- From 09.04.2011 to 26.04.2011
07- From 30.04.2011 to 17.05.2011
08- From 21.05.2011 to 07.06.2011
09- From 11.06.2011 to 28.06.2011 10- From 02.07.2011 to 19.07.2011 11- From 23.07.2011 to 09.08.2011 Cost  400 Euro
included: -  48 units of Arabic lessons (1 unit = 45 minutes). -  Help and care from our teachers in Cairo. -  ALC Certificate, acknowledged by the Egyptian Ministry of Education.
excluded: -  Flight, food, visas and insurance.-  Accommodation -  Transportation from the airport to chosen residence ( 25 € ) -  Textbook (35  €) -  Language level test (30  € ) (not applicable to Zero level beginners =ALC level 1 ) 
Daily:From Saturday to Tuesday: Units per day   :   4 Days per week:   4 Units per week: 16 Total units       : 48 Total weeks     :  3 Teaching days: 12 From 9 am to 10:30 AM first 2 units (90 minutes = 2 units)

22. Arabic Alphabet, Pronunciation And Language
The Arabic language. Arabic is a Semitic language with about 221 million speakers in Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Cyprus, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Iran, Iraq, Israel

Writing systems
abjads alphabets syllabic alphabets ... Direction index
The Arabic script evolved from the Nabataean Aramaic script. It has been used since the 4th century AD, but the earliest document, an inscription in Arabic, Syriac and Greek , dates from 512 AD. The Aramaic language has fewer consonants than Arabic, so during the 7th century new Arabic letters were created by adding dots to existing letters in order to avoid ambiguities. Further diacritics indicating short vowels were introduced, but are only generally used to ensure the Qur'an was read aloud without mistakes. There are two main types of written Arabic:
  • Classical Arabic - the language of the Qur'an and classical literature. It differs from Modern Standard Arabic mainly in style and vocabulary, some of which is archaic. All Muslims are expected to recite the Qur'an in the original language, however many rely on translations in order to understand the text. Modern Standard Arabic - the universal language of the Arabic-speaking world which is understood by all Arabic speakers. It is the language of the vast majority of written material and of formal TV shows, lectures, etc.
  • Each Arabic speaking country or region also has its own variety of colloquial spoken Arabic. These colloquial varieties of Arabic appear in written form in some poetry, cartoons and comics, plays and personal letters. There are also translations of the bible into most varieties of colloquial Arabic.

    23. Arabic Language Learning Tutorial, Arabic Software, Arabic Dictionary Dictionari
    Hundreds of Arabic language related products and information including Language Learning Tutorials, Children's Learning Software Products, Dictionaries, Microsoft Arabic Windows
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    24. Free Light Arabic To Learn Arabic Language
    You can learn Arabic vocabulary, pronunciation and characters with this language program. A free demo version to download (Mac and Windows)
    Free Light Arabic to learn Arabic language
    • A computer program intended to teach Arabic language to students: they can easily learn its writing system and the pronunciation, renowned to be very difficult.
    • One program supports 2 modes of operation - student mode and teacher mode.
    • About 20 exercises coming from scenes of daily life are already included in floppy disks (total number 4).
    • In teacher mode, the program allows the latter to construct his own exercises by importing pictures made by other drawing programs or scanners.
    • He can also print exercises to carry out paper test to his students.
    • You can record your voice in order to compare with the teacher's, by visualizing the wave forms.
    • The accent used is that of Middle East (Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Saudi-Arabia etc.). It is very closed to the classic Arabic and understandable by everybody, including those living in North Africa.
    • If you purchase a commercial version, you will receive a password to download freely the updating program.
    Special Offer on Arabic combo, only 50 US$
    Limited offer, you can purchase the downloadable version of Free Light Arabic (normal price, 30 US$) and

    25. The Arabic School Of Portland
    An Arabic immersion school based in Portland, Oregon, that teaches Arabic language, Islamic and Social Studies, Mathematics, and Science, using the Arabic language.
    The Arabic School of Portland English You are visitor No. since Jan 5, 2004
    Last update was October 13, 2010

    26. Arabic Words
    Arabic Words. Learn basic words in Arabic and start learning Arabic
    Arabic Words
    Arabic Words. Learn basic words in Arabic and start learning Arabic
  • Arabic language Home
  • About us
  • Arabic Influences
  • Arabic Dialects ...
  • Arabic Words
    Words in Arabic
    Basic Words
    Yes: na,am, aiwa
    No: la
    Hello: al salaam a' Laykum/marhaba
    Hello: (reply) WA alaykum al salaam
    Good Bye: ma salaama
    Why?: lain?
    Who?: meen? When?: mata? How?: kaif?
    Days of the Week
    Saturday: al sabat Sunday: al ahad Monday: al ithnain Tuesday: al thalatha Wednesday: al arba Thursday: al khamees Friday: al juma Today: al youm Yesterday: ams Tomorrow: bukra, ghadan After tomorrow: baad bukra In the morning: fe al sabah In the afternoon: baad al dhuar Tonight: fel al massa
    Bread: Khubz Breakfast: Iftar Dinner: Ashaa Lunch: Gadaa Coffee: Qahwa Fish: Samak Milk: Haleeb Onion: Basal Orange: Burdukali Salad: Salata
    Black: Aswad Blue: Azrak Brown: Jauzi, Buni Green: Akhdar Grey: Ramadi Purple: Urjuwani, Banafsaji (violet) Red: Ahmar
    Brother: Akh Daughter (of): Bint Father: Ab Grandfather: Jadd Grandmother: Jaddah Mother: Umm Sister: Akht Son (of): Ibn top ^
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  • 27. Arabic Language School
    Information on a school teaching Arabic on the Sinai Peninsula (Egypt).
    Information and booking office
    Informations- und Buchungszentrale Arabic Language Courses - Learn Arabic in Egypt
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    28. Free Arabic Language Course, Learn Arabic, Arabic Tuition
    Online Arabic lessons including writing, speaking, reading alphabet, Arabic translation, Arabic grammar, vocabulary, English-Arabic dictionary and phrases. Modern standard and classical Arabic.
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    News (30th March 2010):
    • Welcome to the updated website at - one of the most comprehensive Free Arabic Courses online. We have released many new features including new lessons for the Arabic Language Course, Flashcard applications, interactive questions and much more. We are also planning on releasing a tuition centre where we will be offering 1 to 1 tuition with native teachers. Please click here to register your interest in this service and to be notified when we start the service
    Welcome to – Arabic Language Course:
    Assalamualaikum (Peace be Upon You). Welcome to – this website is a dedicated free resource to students seeking to learn Arabic – beginner to advanced level. The website includes:
    • Arabic Reading Course (Beginners) Arabic Language Course (100 Lessons) Vocabulary Flashcards to help memorise Arabic words and meanings Discussion Forum – ask any questions where you are confused and the community or moderator will answer your questions.

    29. Arabic Language
    A collection of useful resources such as words, phrases, some grammar and expressions in Arabic.

    Arabic Made Easy

    This program teaches the beginner general information about the Arabic culture, how to read and write classical Arabic, basic grammatical concepts of the Arabic language, and dialogue in the Egyptian dialect.
    Arabic Language Ahlan wa sahlan! Arabic is spoken by almost 200 million people in more than twenty two countries, from Morrocco to Iraq, and as far south as Somalia and the Sudan. As the language of Quran, the Holy book of Islam, it is thought as a first language in Muslim states throughout the world. Arabic language originated in Saudi Arabia in pre-Islamic times, and spread rapidly across the Middle East. The languages of northern India, Turkey, Iran, Portugal, and Spain are full of words of Arabic origin. Modern arabic varies a good deal from country to country, differing as much as, say Spanish and Portuguese. However, the classical written arabic has changed little over the centuries. Here is a compilation of useful phrases, expressions, and words that I learned from arabic friends all over the Middle East and from very interesting books. Most of the sounds of Arabic are similar to sounds found in many European languages. Enjoy this beautiful language!

    30. Arabic Language Meetup Groups - Arabic Language Meetups
    Helps groups of people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world about Arabic Language

    31. Study Abroad In Morocco - Subul Assalam Centre For The Arabic Language - SACAL F
    offers courses in Arabic Language, Colloquial Moroccan Arabic, Calligraphy, Quranc Arabic and Women Studies in Islam.
    Subul Assalam Centre for the Arabic Language SACAL - Fez Enter SACAL - Subul Assalam Centre for the Arabic Language welcomes you to Fez, Morocco, a historic and wonderful place to study the Arabic language! We offer both MSA (Modern Standard Arabic) and CMA (Colloquial Moroccan Arabic), in addition to other cultural courses. We are also flexible with course duration and levels that students wish to achieve. The next Al-maghreb intensive Programme will take place from December 27th, 2009 to January 5th, 2010. ENROL now to book your place!

    32. Arabic Language Private Tutors
    WE offer Arabic Classes for all levels, university students, businesses, and travelers. Colloquial Arabic including Gulf and Egyptian dialects and Modern Standard Arabic are taught
    Arabic Language Private tution

    Tuition on a one-to-one basis is clearly the most productive way to learn. We provide the highest class tuition across London. Our tutors cater for all levels including primary, secondary, GCSE, A-level and degree in Arabic Language. Arabic language Classes for ALL levels, university students, businesses, and travelers. Colloquial Arabic including Egyptian, Gulf (Dubai,Saudi), Levantine (Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and Palestine) Sudanese dialects and Modern Standard Arabic are taught by native Arabic language teachers.
    We are a group of native and experienced Arabic language tutors. Our private lessons are offered in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Our learners come from different areas to improve their Arabic language and awareness of the Arabian society and its culture. As the lessons are tailor-made for your particular needs, you can expect great advancement within a short period and focus your study on any aspect of the language.

    33. Articles About Arabic Language - Los Angeles Times
    Arabic Language News. Find breaking news, commentary, and archival information about Arabic Language from the Los Angeles Times

    34. Nile Education Center
    Arabic language courses in Cairo. Information on the curriculum, costs and housing.
    Contact Us
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    Note : The Center is working on a special book for beginners. Please Note:
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    Contact Us : Videos : The main Address:
    8, Al-Baramica St. al-hay al-Sabia, Nasr City Cairo / Egypt.
    Tel: +2 (02) 224018827
    Tele fax: +2 (02) 4042966

    35. AJE - Al Jazeera English
    English version of the Arabic-language news network. Breaking news and features plus background material including profiles and global reactions.
    News In Depth Programmes Video ... Somali pirates free British couple Paul and Rachel Chandler released by their Somali captors after more than a year for a reported $300,000 ransom. Last Modified: 14 Nov 2010 05:30 GMT Africa Read More Pirate prosecution a dilema A private navy to fight pirates? ... Suu Kyi calls for democracy Myanmar pro-democracy leader gives first political speech after her release from seven-year house arrest. Last Modified: 14 Nov 2010 08:41 GMT Asia-Pacific Read More Aung San Suu Kyi's release: Your views Profile: Aung San Suu Kyi ... Israel to debate US settlement deal US offers incentives for a 90-day building freeze in West Bank, but the proposal does not include East Jerusalem. Last Modified: 14 Nov 2010 04:52 GMT Middle East Read More Israel gets US security pledges Netanyahu tests Obama, again

    36. Arabic In Sinai
    Short Arabic language courses offered on the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, and organized by the Blue Beach Travel Agency. Bilingual site (English and German).

    37. Welcome To Arabesk Studies In Damascus
    Offers Arabic language tuition for foreign students in Damascus, Syria. Provides details of the program, and information on the country.

    38. Study Abroad In Morocco At The Arabic Language Institute In Fez
    This institute in Morocco offers courses in Modern Standard Arabic and Colloquial Moroccan Arabic.

    Study Arabic in Morocco!
    General information
    Course descriptions

    Current schedule

    Other ALIF programs
    The Arabic Language Institute in Fez (ALIF) offers three and six-week courses in all levels of Modern Standard Arabic and Colloquial Moroccan Arabic throughout the year. ALIF also has an excellent reputation as the preeminent institution in the Maghreb for the teaching of Arabic as a foreign language. Housed in a large, shady villa, ALIF provides an ideal setting for studying in Morocco's "intellectual capital", and for exploring the historic medina of Fez, one of the world's few remaining medieval cities. ALIF's teachers are highly qualified native speakers with years of experience instructing both independent students and study abroad groups from major universities. Former students include translators, Fulbright, FLAS, NSEP, and SSRC grantees, company representatives, and graduate students from major universities in the US and Europe. ALIF resources include an extensive library collection focusing on Arabic linguistics, the Maghreb, Islamic Art and Architecture, and Islam. In addition to language courses, ALIF offers cultural tours, lectures, and classes on Maghrebi literature, media and Islam. Private courses in any number of subject areas can be arranged. The modest ALIF tuition, low cost of living in Morocco, and widely available discount air fares, also render ALIF a cost-effective alternative for the study of Arabic abroad or domestically.

    39. Arabic Language
    Marhaba! Hello! Learn Arabic so you will speak the Arabic language confidently and naturally. Get a FREE 6-Day learn Arabic language course.
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    Do you know the fourth most popular dialect in the world? If you said Arabic, then you are right. Arabic language is spoken by more than 280 million people. In addition, 250 million more individuals speak it as a second tongue. Most of these folks live in the Middle East and North Africa. Even though written Arabic language is quite standardized, there are huge variations in local spoken dialects. Sometimes these dialects differ so much they are incomprehensible between the groups. Classical, Modern Standard and Colloquial (also known as Dialectal) are the three main types of Arabic language. Based on Classical, Modern Standard is understood by most educated speakers and is typically used in everyday life. Click here for your FREE 6-day Arabic language course During the Middle Ages, Arabic culture was widespread in European philosophy, science and math. Consequently, European dialects, especially Spanish and Portuguese, have borrowed many words from the Arabic language. Furthermore, Arabic has borrowed words from Hebrew, Persian and Turkish languages. Since different words are borrowed and lent between the languages, it may not be as difficult as one would expect to learn Arabic language. Yes, the initial education process may be challenging, however once you get a basic understanding additional learning will be easier.

    40. Fajr Center For Teaching Arabic Language
    School in Cairo, Egypt, teaching classical Arabic to foreigners.

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