Arabic Grammar: A Reference Guide by John MaceArabic Grammar: A Reference Guide by John Mace

Arabic Grammar: A Reference Guide

byJohn Mace

Paperback | November 11, 1998

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This book is a reference grammar to support any modern Standard Arabic course. It is particularly useful for those students starting out in the study of Arabic. Each chapter makes the fewest possible assumptions about the student's knowledge, aiming rather to group the whole of its subject inone known and accessible place. There is also interaction between the categories; and to allow for this fact, the explanations contain much cross-reference. Similarly no hard line has been drawn between morphology and syntax. The Arabic used in the book is from modern life; from the office, the academy, the departmental meeting,the worksite and so on. Nothing solely historic or academic is included.
John Mace has worked for some years in Arab countries, both as a personnel and training officer in the oil sector, and later as a Delegate of the European Commission. He has written several books on Arabic including Arabic Grammar (1998), Business Arabic: An Essential Vocabulary (2008) and Arabic Today (second edition 2008), all publi...
Title:Arabic Grammar: A Reference GuideFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.98 inPublished:November 11, 1998Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0748610790

ISBN - 13:9780748610792


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Learning a difficult language like Arabic can be intimidating for even the most confident and enthusiastic learner. Grasping it can be easier with the right reference tools. Designed for people who have no prior training in the language, John Mace’s Arabic Grammar teaches you grammatical usage within a modern context. This comprehensive guide features a glossary of terms, Arabic index and cross-referencing with English.