Colloquial Palestinian Arabic: An Introduction to the Spoken Dialect

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Alucen Learning, 2010 - 384 pages
Colloquial Palestinian Arabic is designed to provide students with the tools they need to succeed in learning the spoken dialect of Palestine and the surrounding region. By focusing on the Palestinian dialect, students will fi nd that they are able to acquire the necessary skills to effectively communicate in Arabic not only in Palestine but throughout the Middle East and around the world. Designed specifically for non-native speakers, this unique book provides an essential foundation in spoken Arabic by focusing on the structure, pronunciation, vocabulary, culture, grammar, and daily use of the language. With this exciting new program students will broaden their horizons, acquire new skills, and gain invaluable insight that will further prepare them to become global citizens.

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NASSER M. ISLEEM is Senior Lecturer at New York University at Abu Dhabi. He has also served as a senior lecturer at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a lecturer at Duke University since 2003.

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