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The first half of the teacher's manual is devoted to a series of "functions" that focus on specific spoken activities, such as greetings, identifying objects, or asking for information. Each function is accompanied by explication, classroom activities, and suggestions for other activities both in and out of the classroom. The second part provides a series of ten situations in which passages in the colloquial dialect, mostly in the form of narratives, are intended to take the students beyond the level of basic communication to a more descriptive and narrative mode. The text is accompanied by charts and glossaries. A set of audio tapes is keyed to the individual functions and situations. The second part of the teacher's manual is available as a separate book for student use.
Levantine Arabic may be used as the primary text for a course designed exclusively to teach colloquial Arabic, or in conjunction with beginning and intermediate courses in Modern Standard Arabic.
Posted January 17, 2008
We used this book in my arabic class and it was amazing! I am know fluent in the language! And the tapes that our prof had helped a ton too!!! Thanks Mr. Hussein!!! Yella, salam!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.