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9781119475330

Arabic Character Writing for Dummies

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  • ISBN13:

    9781119475330

  • ISBN10:

    1119475333

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2019-11-05
  • Publisher: For Dummies

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Summary

Learn to write in Arabic

In Arabic, there are different levels of language. The written language, which is studied in this book, is literary Arabic, sometimes also called classical Arabic or even modern or standard Arabic. It is the language of the Quran, classical poetry, literature and the media. The Arabic plume consists of 28 consonants and three long vowels. Each consonant is accompanied by a vowel which is placed above or below the consonant.

Arabic speakers are in great demand in the United States, due to the country's political commitments to the Middle East, but only 25 percent of non-native speakers know the language in enough detail to function as translators, interpreters, analysts, or field agents. Arabic Character Writing For Dummies helps you write this language clearly and correctly.

  • Learn to write the Arabic alphabet
  • Find free instructional videos, flashcards, and printable writing pages online
  • Build upon your mastery of the language
  • Get ahead at work or in your personal life

Arabic Character Writing For Dummies is designed for beginners, students, and lifelong learners wishing to write in Arabic.

Author Biography

Keith Massey, PhD, studied biblical Hebrew and Arabic at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After 9/11, he worked as an Arabic linguist for the National Security Agency. He now teaches Latin in New Jersey.

Damiene Ferré holds a degree in Arabic from the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO) in Paris.

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