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By Edited by Karin C. Ryding, Edited by Margaret Nydell, Foreword by Ernest N. McCarus By (author) Mark W. Cowell

This crucial reissue, better with an audio CD to complement the 1st bankruptcy of the textual content (sounds), is one other addition to Georgetown's world-renowned Arabic language-learning fabrics and is taken into account to be some of the most impressive descriptions of any Arabic dialect written for the English-speaking global. it's complete in its insurance -- starting from phonology (how sounds are geared up and used) to morphology (sound, syllable, and note structure), with an research that's insightful and unique. It includes tricks on how one can grasp nuances in dialectical pronunciation, in addition to the diversities of which means of their a number of varieties. in line with the dialect of Damascus, the language coated this is a part of what has variously been known as "Syrian Arabic," "Eastern Arabic," and "Levantine Arabic," encompassing the dialects of Beirut, Amman, and Jerusalem -- in addition to Damascus -- with references made to neighborhood variations. In an international drawn ever in the direction of occasions within the center East, this entire grammar reference is another remarkable addition to the starting to be library of Arabic language-learning fabrics released through Georgetown collage Press.

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