Arabic for Nerds 1: Fill the Gaps - 270 Questions about Arabic Grammar

Arabic for Nerds 1: Fill the Gaps - 270 Questions about Arabic Grammar

by Gerald Drissner


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783981984828
Publisher: Gerald Drissner
Publication date: 05/31/2018
Pages: 464
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Gerald Drißner (Drissner), born 1977 in a mountain village in Austria, is an economist and award-winning journalist and book author.

He has been living in the Middle East and North Africa for more than ten years where he has intensively studied Arabic.

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"Recommended for self-study (intermediate Arabic)" - King's College London

"Fantastic resource for advanced students. I've been stuck at 3/3 ILR in Modern Standard Arabic and really need something to break through. Finally there is a tool for students who want to move beyond alKitaab or Medina." - C. Townsend

"I really like the book concept and his thorough research. Thanks for writing a great book on Arabic for non-native speakers." - Badrul Aini Sha'ari, Akademi Bahasa, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

"Recommended for Modern Languages Students" - Marlborough College, England

"Eine sehr interessante Reise in der Welt der arabischen Sprache! Gerald Drißner ist leidenschaftlich verliebt in diese Sprache und das spürt man. Die meisten existierenden Arabischbücher sind leider etwas veraltet oder viel zu steif. Dieses Buch kann man einfach stundenlang im Sofa durchblättern und dabei viel lernen. Dass ein Ausländer dieses Buch geschrieben hat, ist auch wichtig: er weiß, was einem Ausländer beim Erlernen dieser Sprache schwer fallen kann." - Sébastien Gravier

"Every serious Arabic learner should get a copy of this -- whenever I have a question the book has an answer to it. I think this book is especially useful to students who have spent more than two years studying Arabic and who wants to understand Fusha grammar inside-out." - Y. Lu

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