By John Mace
Audio fabric to accompany the booklet is offered on the following web site: www.euppublishing.com/page/ArabicToday/audioA scholar, enterprise direction in spoken and written Arabic geared toward people with no previous wisdom of the language.Suitable for company pros and scholars desirous to converse at once with humans and associations within the Arab global, Arabic this present day is a self-contained path in modern Arabic. institution has a tendency to pay attention both at the written language (never utilized in daily speech) or on a particular nearby dialect (which isn't written down). Arabic this day breaks with this custom, capitalising at the rising type of spoken Pan-Arabic. This supraregional kind of expert speech is drawn from the main influential parts, in addition to the fashionable written note. So even if you must communicate the language or upload writing talents besides, this path publication and accompanying audio web site are the right instruments for self-tuition and school room use. the second one variation of this publication has been completely revised and up to date to make it proper to a brand new iteration of readers. Grammar is defined extra sincerely and accurately, the interpreting fabric has been up to date and the typography is clearer. New observe indexes supply meanings and reference for the vocabulary and including the grammar index they provide a useful extra reference function.
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13. Sound plurals of nouns In 1/10 we studied the sound masculine plural pattern of certain adjectives. Some masculine nouns denoting people (‘sound masculine animate nouns’) also make their plural on this pattern: · for sing. ending -ī, add -yīn: súhufī a journalist suhufīyīn journalists mísrī an Egyptian misrīyīn Egyptians · for any other sing. ending, add -ī́n: muhándis an engineer muhandisīn engineers al-musāfir the traveller al-musāfirīn the travellers Sound masculine inanimate nouns, and all sound feminine nouns whether animate or inanimate, make their plural on the so-called sound feminine pattern.
48 ARABIC TODAY 19. at-tamārīn 1. : katab – katab yuktub (a) daras (b) wisil (d) shakar (e) ’akal (c) 9irif 2. : sa’al yis’al – ’is’al, ’is’alī, ’is’alū; lā tis’al, lā tis’alī, lā tis’alū (a) kharaj yukhruj (b) nizil yinzil (c) ’akhadh yākhudh (d) samah yismah (e) katab yuktub 3. : yākhudh – yākhudhū (a) ’atlub (d) khallīnī ’anzil. (b) lā tirkabī. (e) mā ta9raf? 4. : ta9raf (huwa) – ta9rafu (a) mā yisma9ū (’ihna) (b) ya9raf (hiya) (c) khallīna nushkur(hum) (d) sa’alt (’int) (c) yushkur (e) mā ’akalt (huwa) 5.
Peter, my secretary Maryam Hilal. ma9rifa knowledge, acquaintance fursa occasion, opportunity sa9īd happy maryam: mabsūta bi ma9riftak, yā sayyid I’m pleased to meet you, Peter. ’ahlan. Mr Brown. Welcome. LESSON 5 Peter: fursa sa9īda, yā sitt maryam. ’ahlan bīki. muhimm su’āl ’aktub bi l-mākīna jawāb risāla ad-douha 9abdarrahmān: tfaddalī yā maryam; fī shī muhimm? maryam: su’āl isghīr, yā 9abdarrahmān. ’aktub lak bi l-mākīna jawāb ’ila risālat al-wakīl fi d-douha. maktūb mudda lāzim kalima ghalat ’uktubī walākin huna maktūb “li muddat shahr wāhid”.
Arabic Today: A Student, Business and Professional Course in Spoken and Written Arabic by John Mace