Practice Makes Perfect Arabic Pronouns and Prepositions

Practice Makes Perfect Arabic Pronouns and Prepositions

by Otared Haidar
     
 

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Master Arabic pronouns and prepositions quickly and easily

The only way to build your skills in a second language is to practice, practice, practice. Following the successful Practice Makes Perfect approach, this book gives you clear explanations and all the tools you need to learn Arabic pronouns and prepositions. A valuable resource for advanced beginning

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Master Arabic pronouns and prepositions quickly and easily

The only way to build your skills in a second language is to practice, practice, practice. Following the successful Practice Makes Perfect approach, this book gives you clear explanations and all the tools you need to learn Arabic pronouns and prepositions. A valuable resource for advanced beginning– to intermediate-level Arabic learners, Practice Makes Perfect: Arabic
Pronouns and Prepositions
enables you to:

  • Successfully grasp Arabic pronoun and preposition usage
  • Review and compare different types of pronouns and prepositions
  • Build your language skills with hundreds of exercises

With the help of many everyday examples, this book takes the mystery out of pronouns and prepositions and gets you on your way to communicating in Arabic with confidence!

Master these key topics and boost your Arabic language skills:

Possessive pronouns
• Subject pronouns
• Demonstrative pronouns
• Separate and inseparable pronouns
• Prepositional phrases

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071759731
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date:
11/02/2012
Series:
Practice Makes Perfect Series
Edition description:
Net
Pages:
208
Sales rank:
618,916
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.70(d)

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Meet the Author

Otared Haidar, PhD, Mst, PGDip, DPhil, (Oxon), specializes in Arabic and comparative literature and has taught Arabic language and literature at many institutions. She is a full faculty member in the Islamic World and the Middle East at the Faculty of the Oriental Studies, University of Oxford, where she teaches Arabic and Arabic Media.

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