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         Arabic Language:     more books (100)
  1. Learner, Text, and Context in Foreign Language Acquisition: An Arabic Perspective (Pathways to Advanced Skills Series;, V. 4) by Mahdi Alosh, 1997-06
  2. Ahlan WA Sahlan - Free Instructors Manual (Yale Language Series) by Alosh, 2001-02-05
  3. A Basic Course in Moroccan Arabic With Mp3 Files (Georgetown Classics in Arabic Language and Linguistics) by Richard S. Harrell, Mohammed Abu-Talib, et all 2006-02-15
  4. Hippocrene Children's Illustrated Arabic Dictionary: English-Arabic/Arabic-English (Hippocrene Children's Illustrated Foreign Language Dictionaries)
  5. Al-Kitaab fii Ta'allum al-'Arabiyya with DVDs: A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part One Second Edition by Kristen Brustad, Mahmoud Al-Batal, et all 2004-09-30
  6. Arabic (Egyptian), Conversational: Learn to Speak and Understand Egyptian Arabic with Pimsleur Language Programs (Simon & Schuster's Pimsleur) by Pimsleur, 2006-02-06
  7. Colloquial Arabic (Levantine) (Colloquial Series) by Leslie McLoughlin, 2009-01-29
  8. Arabic (Eastern) III, Comprehensive: Learn to Speak and Understand Arabic with Pimsleur Language Programs by Pimsleur, 2009-07-28
  9. English-Arabic Arabic-English Dictionary & Phrasebook (Hippocrene Dictionary and Phrasebook) by Jane Wightwick, Mahmoud Gaafar, 2003-05
  10. Teach Yourself Gulf Arabic (Teach Yourself Complete Courses) by Jack Smart, Frances Altorfer, 2005-10-28
  11. Simplified Grammar of Arabic, Persian and Hindustani by E. H. Palmer, 2002-11-15
  12. Arabic: An Essential Grammar (Essential Grammars) by Faruk Abu-Chacra, 2007-06-15
  13. An Introduction to Moroccan Arabic and Culture (Arabic Edition) by Abdellah Chekayri, 2010-12-15
  14. Arabic (Eastern) II, Comprehensive: Learn to Speak and Understand Eastern Arabic with Pimsleur Language Programs (Arabic Edition) by Pimsleur, 2007-02-06

81. , El Ariss Computer Inc.
Arabic-language computer applications for a wide range of users. Islamic sciences, Electronic dictionaries, Internet tools, Edutainment materials, Educational products, Desktop publishing tools.
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82. #1 In Arabic Translation By U.S. Government Metrics
Company specialising in the use of the Arabic language in computing and communication. Includes company profile, products and services, demonstrations of some technologies, partial client list, job opportunities and press releases.

83. RDI - Reasearch And Development International
Software house specializing in Arabic language-related, multimedia, and e-learning technologies. Includes company profile, and information about their projects and collaborations.

84. ARABIC LANGUAGE - LANGUE ARABE - MONTREAL - Cours D'arabe - Arabic Courses - د
A social, cultural and non-profit organization offering Arabic language education to children and adults in St-Laurent. English/French/Arabic
Français English Dernières nouvelles - Last News - L'école sera fermé le samedi 2 octobre 2010. Réouverture et début des cours optionnels le 9 octobre 2010. The school will be closed on October 2nd. Reopening on October 9th, 2010, with the optional courses. École de langue arabe ALEFBA - Montréal ca Français English Alefba Web Site © Created and maintained by A.G . For Arabic Language School ALEFBA Updated

85. Arabic Language Services, ALS
Translation, DTP and web localisation in local languages. Company based in Kuwait.
Arabic Language Services

To Globalize, you need to Localize

Success in today's global village requires that you reach out to as many customers as possible in their own languages. While it's true that English is used for business throughout the world, most people prefer the language they know best: their own. Our goal at ALS is to help you convey your message to your customers accurately. ALS provides Translation, Copywriting, Desktop Publishing, Typesetting, Voice-Overs, Website Localization and Software Localization. We specialize in working from English into Middle Eastern Languages: Arabic, Farsi (Persian), Dari, Urdu, and Turkish. We also provide services to empower your communication from English into all major World Languages. Our team members are all university-educated, with at least 7 years experience in their respective fields. They are rigorously vetted for expertise in your specific project. Digital technology drives every aspect of what we do, whether it is Translation, Desktop Publishing, Typesetting, Website Localization or Software Localization. Automation of our practices ensures high accuracy and prompt delivery. Contact us today for a FREE, No-Obligation quote.

86. Arabic Subtitles, Arabic Subtitling, Arabic Translation, Arabic Localization, Sy
Translation, subtitling and localisation between Arabic and other languages. Company based in Santa Barbara, CA, United States, with branches in Australia, Egypt and Italy.
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87. Welcome - Translations To Arabic
Translation, interpreting and media related services in English-Arabic. Company based in Seattle, WA, United States.
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88. San Francisco Arabic Language School
Translation, DTP and teaching between Arabic and other languages. Company based in San Francisco, CA, United States, with an office in Bab al Khoukha, Morocco. Short article on Arabic diglossa.
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Pacific Arabic Resources is a private, secular, nonpolitical language school serving the growing community of people interested in learning standard and colloquial Arabic. Our instruction makes it possible for everyone to achieve their language goals while enjoying the process in a stimulating and supportive environment. Our Classes With six academic terms per year, chances are good that classes are starting soon. Registration is limited, ensuring support and personal attention for all students. All classes meet in downtown San Francisco, at 55 New Montgomery Street, Suite 713 (only a half block from the Montgomery Street MUNI / BART station). Curriculum We believe that Arabic is a living language and should be taught as such. Every class includes oral drills and conversation practice. We offer not only Standard Arabic but also dialects from across the Arab world. Students with no prior exposure to the Arabic language start with our Arabic 1 class, where they will learn the writing system and basic conversation. From there, they may continue our three-year program through Advanced Arabic 6. In addition to our core curriculum, we offer classes in conversation, literature, calligraphy, pronunciation and regional spoken Arabic. Visit our

89. LINGUIST List 5.812: Language Games
Mailing list posting author Trey Jones presents a summary of secret and play languages from many cultures, including Cazarny Talk, the Russian Fufa Language, Arabic language play and Bengali Pig Latins. Extensive bibliography.
LINGUIST List 5.812
Mon 18 Jul 1994
Sum: Language Games
Editor for this issue:
  • Trey Jones, Sum: Language Games - Take 2!
    Message 1: Sum: Language Games - Take 2!
    Date: Fri, 15 Jul 94 18:14:59 EDSum: Language Games - Take 2!
    Subject: Sum: Language Games - Take 2! (215)-296-5718 under 'Computer "Science"'> remembered this one from a ways back..* ************************************************************************** [Jerigonza, (from the previous summary)] is very similar to something I've seen before here in America. When I was a kid, probably some time in the mid 70's, Bill Cosby had a television show which was largely animated. The main characters were a group of black boys, one of which had really huge lips. This boy inserted "b+V" after every vowel, also duplicating the vowel afterwards. I-bai do-bon't kno-bow wha-butt you-bu mea-been. I don't know what you mean. ***the show was "Fat Albert"*** ************************************************************************* *Marion Kee <Marion.Kee> described a few games..* ******************************************************************** [A] couple of acquaintances of mine from several years ago [...] frequently conversed in what they called "Bicycle". Why "Bicycle" I have no idea. I couldn't follow their conversations but the general rule seemed to be to insert schwa + s after every consonant unless the consonant is final. (Like I said, I couldn't speak it then, much less now, but this is what I remember....) M
  • 90. Arabic2000.Com - Arabic Software, Arabic Lessons, Arabic Directory And Arabic In
    Comprehensive site offering resources about the Arabic language including learning software, Arabic web-based course and links to best Arabic sites. Also includes three bulletin boards and search facilities in both Arabic and English.
    (last update: Jan. 11, 2003)
    Learn Arabic Online!
    Thank you for visiting Arabic2000.Com . We know your time is valuable, so let's start by taking a quick tour [ tour in Arabic
    What's New : Arabic2000's latest news. Check the date on top left for latest news. [ details
    Learn Arabic Arabic teaching software (The Arabic Tutor 2.1 CD) and Arabic online learning (free and paid online Arabic lessons). [ details
    Services We offer web page design (HTML in Arabic, English or mixture of both). We also provide consulting, training and translation (Arabic-English-Arabic). Let us localize your website and help you reach larger audience for a fraction of the normal cost. [ details
    Arabic Web Index Most useful Arabic resources (Arabic newspapers online, Arabic internet directories and search engines .. etc). [

    91. Arabic Language - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Wikipedia article, with links to other articles on Modern Standard and Classical Arabic, as well as other varieties of the language.
    Arabic language
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Arabic Jump to: navigation search "Arabic" redirects here. For other uses, see Arabic (disambiguation) This article contains Arabic text , written from right to left in a cursive style with some letters joined. Without proper rendering support , you may see unjoined Arabic letters written left-to-right instead of right-to-left or other symbols instead of Arabic script Arabic al-ʿarabīyah al-ʿArabīyah in written Arabic ( Naskh script) Pronunciation [ʔæl.ʕɑrɑˈbiːjɐ] Spoken in Primarily in the Arab states of the Middle East and North Africa;
    liturgical language
    of Islam Total speakers Approx. 280 million native speakers Ranking 5 (native speakers, Ethnologue estimate) Language family Afro-Asiatic

    92. Learn Arabic Free | Online Arabic Course
    Includes a series of simple, clear lessons that will help the English-speaking beginner learn the Arabic language, from grammar to vocabulary.
    Alphabet Beginners Advanced Translation ... Articles
    Get started learning Arabic online Learn Arabic using this series of clear, simple Arabic lessons for beginners, for free Whether you are an absolute beginner without any knowledge of the Arabic alphabet , or you are familiar with the Arabic script , which you can read (and write), this site provides you with what you need to get started learning Arabic The Arabic lessons deal with those parts of Arabic grammar essential for beginners in a simple, clear fashion. The focus is on functional grammar , and excessively detailed, complicated grammatical points are avoided.
    About the Arabic language
    Arabic is the largest member of the Semitic language family. It is spoken by more than 280 million people as a first language and by 250 million more as a second language . Most native speakers live in the Middle East and North Africa . Different varieties of spoken Arabic exist and differ according to region. [...] Standard Arabic is widely taught in schools, universities, and used in the office and the media. Read more on the Arabic language Learn Arabic (Beginners) The Arabic for beginners section is for those who can already read/write the Arabic script with sufficient ease (if they can read the Quran, for example).

    93. Learn Arabic Online For FREE
    Website containing a repository of tutorials on the Arabic language. Covers topics related to Arabic grammar, Morphology, vocabulary and classical poetry.

    94. Free Learn Arabic Language - Letters, Words, Phrases, Learn Arabic For Free
    provides some basic Arabic for English speakers including letters, numbers, words, foods, animals, pronouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs.

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