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Key to a New Arabic Grammar

Key to a New Arabic Grammar by H. M. Nahmad, John A. Haywood, H and Haywood Nahmad, ISBN: 9780853310686
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ISBN: 9780853310686
Publisher: Lund Humphries Publishers
Published: 30 September, 1999
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)

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Key to a New Arabic Grammar

This book is the valuable Key to A New Arabic Grammar, the bestselling introduction to the Arabic language for over thirty years.Although A New Arabic Grammar is intended primarily as a teaching grammar not as a 'teach yourself' work, it has become clear that it is being used as a means of learning Arabic by many who have no teacher, and it is principally for their benefit that this key has been prepared. The Key contains translations of the English and Arabic exercises, and of the supplementary reading pieces in Arabic.Several generations of students have found the Key a most useful tool for their studies.

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