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The Concise Arabic-English Lexicon of Verbs in Context Paperback – Mar 15 2011


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Ahmed Taher Hassanein is professor of Arabic studies and chairman of the Arabic Department (Languages and Translation) at Misr University for Science and Technology, and is the author of numerous books on Arabic grammar and style. Dr. Kamar Mostafa Abdou is an associate professor and former director of the Arabic Language and Translation Program of the American University in Cairo's Center for Adult and Continuing Education. Dalal Abo El Seoud, with a PhD from Ain Shams University, is an Arabic language instructor at the Arabic Language Institute of the American University in Cairo.


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A fundamental text for the study of Arabic April 1 2000
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This is an excellent collection of Arabic verbs. It provides the three letter root, and the commonly used froms of the verb. Each form has a simple sentences as an example of use. It is very valuable for when the dictionary gives you a dozen meanings for a root -- this list of common forms and the sample sentences often make things clear. Highly recommended.


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