Arabic Vocabulary Study Cards

Arabic Vocabulary Study Cards

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by Berlitz
     
 

Compiled by an experienced teacher, Fulbright Scholar, and native speaker of Arabic, the new Berlitz Arabic Vocabulary Study Cards help students learn, review, and build confidence for the classroom and standardized testing. Each set contains 1,000 two-color cards for beginner and intermediate level learners. Each card measures 2" x 3.5". Cards feature an Arabic

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Compiled by an experienced teacher, Fulbright Scholar, and native speaker of Arabic, the new Berlitz Arabic Vocabulary Study Cards help students learn, review, and build confidence for the classroom and standardized testing. Each set contains 1,000 two-color cards for beginner and intermediate level learners. Each card measures 2" x 3.5". Cards feature an Arabic word or phrase and the English translation on the other side. The words have been selected to represent the most common, useful, and frequently tested Arabic words and phrases. Portable and interactive for solo, pair, group study or home schooling, these cards are ideal for students who want to supplement their course material or prepare for general testing, such as the ACTFL OPI and WPT, AST, and Arabic Proficiency Test.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9789812688675
Publisher:
Apa Publications UK, Ltd.
Publication date:
09/10/2010
Series:
Study Cards Series
Pages:
1000
Product dimensions:
4.80(w) x 6.70(h) x 2.20(d)

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Arabic Vocabulary Study Cards 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
mpelescak More than 1 year ago
This is very, very helpful set of flashcards, with some caveats. The grammar is uneven in accuracy, you need to use outside reference for precision learning.  Verbs are provided in 3rd masc. present tense, so knowledge of conjugation is essential. In addition, nouns only have singular form, which can be a drawback with broken plurals. Overall, I find the cards enormously helpful as they allow me to study anywhere, in discrete chunks of vocabulary. But the quality of grammar varies, no plurals are added, and I would really use blank card separators to sort out my vocabulary. I recommend this product to Arabic students past the basic stage.