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Drawing on her years of experience as an Arabic instructor and course developer , Samia Louis has used a functional approach to create a. Kallimni Arabi. Mazboot. An Early Advanced Course in Spoken Egyptian Arabic 4 . Samia Louis. Illustrations by. Nessim Guirges. The American University in. Aimed at the growing number of students studying Arabic worldwide, Kallimni ‘Arabi Aktar takes an innovative, functional approach to the study of Egyptian colloquial Arabic—the spoken dialect most frequently studied and most widely understood in the Arab world.
So ln. Good luck! The key topics covered gradually lead students to understand, use, and speak Arabic, rather than simply memorize fixed phrases. I really need help thanks. J ALgA rF vv.
Do they make standard arabic like saudi arabian lessons? I'm a newbie here and beginning Arabic. I stumbled across this site when I was looking for a better book for self-study. I am having great difficulty reading some of the script which is so small that I have to use a magnifying glass to see all the detail. You recommend the Kallimni series, but when I read the reviews on Amazon I was disappointed to find these books are intended for teachers of Arabic teaching students.
Thank you. Most textbooks are designed to be used in a classroom setting but honestly, it all comes down to how you use them. There are a few exercises in the Kalimni 'Arabi books that are meant to be done with classmates but you can work through those on your own — just practice them, rewrite them and most importantly, jump on Skype and practice them if you can. Thanks for your response. Will maybe look at the Kalimni books later.
Hi Donovan, Liked the write up and reviews! Now could you please enlighten me as to how to get hold of these books. Thanks, in anticipation, Vikram. Just click on the links above and it'll take you to the sales page.
There are several sites that stock these books but I find Amazon to be the most convenient. I have no idea from where you get this idea of Arabic being the easiest language to learn?
Learning Arabic is challenging as it is difficult lingo, second to Chinese language in terms of it grammar , syntax, sentence structured and language rules. Arabic is mother tongue, so I know what I am talking about. Najwan El-Magboul.
He makes that very point about Modern Standard Arabic. Everyone has a different learning style but I know for me, the most effective thing is to get a basic handle on grammar and structure maybe very basic and some vocabulary and throw myself into the pool, put myself into situations where I have to use what I know and build on that. If you learn in the context of real life, events and situations, you have a much richer web of associations around new words and grammatical points, and are much more likely to assimilate them, than if you are trying to just learn vocabulary from a list or memorize grammar rules.
Think about how you learned your own language: You first learned to speak, to hear the language. You never studied grammar, you just assimilated it. Later you went to school and learned the written form of your language, which is always different from spoken. Chris, I'm also one of those who are against trasliteration, I leanrt it because of my experience. Transliteration at the beginning looks simple and really helpfull, but it can have a really negative effect..
Normally when we use translitetarion specially in languagues with a different writing system than latin. I was lucky that all my teachers prohibited us to write pronounciation, it help us to get the real pronounciation of words and be focused in the pronounciation of each word since the beginning.
Talking about arabic, transliteration was prohibided. Such a good point.
Where is it articulated? On the teeth? On the palate? It is difficult in the beginning when there are no vowel diacritics but after a while you get used to what sounds right and what doesn't so it's not a problem. I hate transliterations because they're frankly lazy and usually cause people to pronounce things incorrectly.
As a trainer for Arabic Language as a second language I recommend to the learners" Kalimni Arabic series", one of the best colloquial courses in Arabic for non native speakers, Samia Louis focused on how to help the learners to build their language infrastructure through a systematic easy grammar, till the moment no other Arabic course material as AFL can compete only if it is in Classical Arabic.
Samia Louis have post the best reliable course for Arabic according to her experience as a teacher, she knows how to deal with subject matter. Do you "must" have a teacher for those Kallimni books or can you have them for self study? I taught myself to read Cyrillic as easy and quick as you taught yourself to read Arabic. Also using resources from the internet. Most of my friends are Palestinian, Syrian or Jordanian and I have no desire to learn MSA because I just want to talk and learn how to ask for things, where the bathroom is, etc.
Am finding nothing. If all you're after is conversational Levantine Arabic, then the best advice I can give you is to use a tool like italki — https: You'll learn more from a one hour session with one of those guys then you will from any textbook.
I just ordered the kallimni arabi bishwees and the grammar , but I am a bit lost. Can you please tell me how did you learn? I mean the methods and which lessons you did. I took a look at the first series that you recommended and noticed they were Egyptian Arabic. Are there any books that you could recommend that is classic standard Arabic? Thank you! I'm very interested in these books you recommended. I must try to find them.
Where can I buy them if I live in Tunisia or Sweden? Would you say it is navigable with zero previous instruction, external resources or assistance? I am concerned because of the negative reviews. I have looked through your recommended books, but I was wondering if you had any recommendations for Levantine Arabic? Hello Mr Kareem, I am very interested in learning from the kallimni Arabi series and would like to know if you offer home tuitions? Hey Donovan, I was wondering if you know any source where I can get a PowerPoint presentations explaining special situations of the daily life like taking a taxi or renting an apartment and videos too.
I'd be appreciated if you can help me with that. Thanks a lot!
I just want to share with you the course I did for learning Arabic. The best book that I bought was a book called Master Quranic Arabic in 24 hours. It was easy, beginner — intermediate level. It comes with cd and it was good value for money. You also get access to the course materials. Available on Amazon website. Who stay in Rehab or Madinaty city and want to learn arabic am ready to start it with him or her for free XD. Do you have anything for someone who can fluently speak Egyptian Arabic but cannot read or write in the language?
I also wish to learn MSA, as I would like to be able to watch media and have a better understanding of the dialogue. Hi Donovan, Thank you for this useful post. I am an upper-intermediate learner of Arabic and am looking to continue my studies without a teacher.
I'm looking for a good textbook that focuses on grammar in a well-structured way at upper intermediate level.
Do you have any ideas? The one you mentioned seems to be more for beginners, is that the case? Your help is very much appreciated! Which dialect? The series I've mentioned above is for all levels in fact the intermediate — advanced books are the best. Thanks for all your tips. I'm taking Arabic 2 now. This is my teacher's first year teaching, so she started us in Arabic 1 and now 2 with no book at all.
She just gives us handouts, but I would really like a book to reference and study on my own as well. Our focus is MSA. Our teacher has recently discovered a book called, " Arabic for Life: Do you have any experience with this book good or bad?
I would like to speak fluently or communicate can u advise me to a institutions to do a one or two months course intensive. Can u recommend a good institutions to learn the Arabic language for non native speakers thats reasonable in the fees maybe a 6 months intensive course to speakwwrite read. If you are serious about learning Arabic, you can try my sessions. I am a native Arabic teacher 11 years experience.
I have little prior knowledge of Arabic — I know the alfabet and can read and write words, although slowly and only superficially, as I haven't practised any vocabulary.
I want to get to a lower intermediate level in modern standard Arabic before starting on the Kallimni books. Do you have any experience with this study program?
If any of the other readers would like to give advice regarding this, please do. It would be greatly appreciated. I am currently taking arabic lessons online and starting from scratch. I have been told that we will be studying kitab al asasi and then arabiyyah bayna yadayk. I hope to pursue the diploma in translation Arabic to English next year.
Can you please advise which books might be helpful in getting from zero standard Arabic to a level 7 Masters qualification? Besides the books recommended above for classical arabic can you please give me some more recommendations to be able to read advanced classical texts? I really need help thanks. Have you heard of lingualism. Could you take a look and let us know what you think of this one?
Hello, I am living in the Turkish Republic. My country has been hit hard by the Syrian refugee crisis, having received almost two million Syrians. Some of the refrugees are living in camps, while others left those camps to seek employment in cities. Those who are skilled workers are doing relatively fine. Regrettably, thousands of less-capable Syrian men and women are reduced to begging in the streets. The language barrier is difficult to overcome for those people.
While Turkish contains a large number of Arabic loanwords, it is gramatically unrelated to Arabic. We also pronounce Arabic words differently or assign new meanings to them think of Greek loanwords in English ; which makes it impossible for Arabs to communicate with us. Our government hopes that once the Syrian civil war is over, the refugees will simply return to their homeland.
I suspect that those displaced by war will remain displaced; that we have to accept Syrians as a fact of life. My country is good at absorbing large numbers of migrants: During the 19th century and the early 20th, millions of people fled Crimea, the Caucasus and the Balkan Peninsula to settle in Anatolia.
But appearantly it teaches Egyptian, not Syrian, Arabic. It is mainly in English but only uses Arabic terms written in Arabic and it is fully vocalized. Sometimes, it is a bit tough, but it helped me a lot.
Hello everyone.. I regularly read your blog and enjoy the contributions you have made to my arabic learning experience. However, this particular article left me a little disappointed. Let me explain. My boyfriend is just starting out with arabic; he knows the arabic alphabet and has a rudimentary vocabulary.
Based on your glowing reviews, he purchased the Kalimni series. When it arrived, we both checked out the book but found it impenetrable.
I have been studying arabic for a year and would put myself at Advanced Beginning. Why is there so little direction for the book? Where to begin? The text is overwhelming. I wish there had been more detail, so that we could avoid what has become a regretful purchase. Donovan, I have come to put a lot of stock in your opinion on resources and on language-learning in general.
Thank you for being one of the rare resources on the internet for Arabic and putting out quality content. My comment comes off harsh, but I mean it more as advice to other visitors of this page. My daughter has left Australia to work in Dubai and wants to learn conversational Arabic. I see that Duolingo has yet to create a program and app for English speakers to learn Arabic.
Would you know of a clear, kinda simple online course or app she could use? Many thanks for your help with this. I have some basic knowledge of ECA Egyptian Colloquial Arabic, for browsers here already, but need to consolidate and build on it. Do you have a view on this with regard to Arabic? I was interested to read about your language-learning history. I, too, have a background in Koine Greek at university via, first, Ancient Greek at school and also studied Hebrew. And get hold of the biography of the eponymous polyglot of this site — he sounds fascinating.
I found this very useful, your recommendations.
Also your comments up above. I really liked your tips about learn a new language with the lexical approach. I think it is the most effective method. I am learning English and I need some help to find a book to study like those Arabic books that you use to study by yourself.
Do you have any recommendation? How can I find a book like that Kalimni? Thank you man! Thank you for writing this post. My keen interest is in classical arabic because I want to understand the Quran.
I have some basic in arabic learnt it several years ago at school but after not using it that much I have forgotten a lot. Please could you give me some tips in learning classical arabic? Thank you for your help. For the Saudi Arabic, this is a great resource https: Hi, Thanks for the great info. I wonder if you could give me some advice? I would like to learn Levantine Arabic? Would these be a good place to start or could you recommend anything else?
Any advice gratefully received! I am living in Kuwait right now for over a year and i am facing problems learning Arabic although the job that i am doing is facing many Arabic clients but still i am struggling. Rowan Can you please suggest me a book that will help me learn Arabic more quickly and accurately.
Hi, I suggest this excellent textbook to learn Tunisian Arabic: Tunisian Arabic in 24 Lessons supplementary resources are: Will the kalimni series be helpfull to me?
I found the list interesting. My son is studying arabic and both in the US and Morroco they used the Al Kitaab books and it seems like the university does the same? Hi…thanks for all the useful tips you have on the site! Specifically, does it use dialects or MSA, and is it possible to find the online audio that is advertised? I have read quite a few comments from people who could not find the audio, which diminishes the value of the material quite a bit for me.
I really love this. Is there a sort of… Lebanese Dialect I can get? Or is Egyptian super close? I am a HUGE beginner. New method to learn Arabic. Very fast. Big list of verbs to express yourself as a native speaker. And more!!
You can download free audio or have more details on this ebook here: Im a native Arabic speaker. I strictly recommend Arabic learners to avoid dialects.. As no one speaks Arabic, ie the book language heard in broadcasting and formal situations the so-called dialects are much more useful. Acquiring a working knowledge of two e. Egyptian and Levantine is usually adequate for communication in most Arabophone countries except maybe the Maghrib where a knowledge of French helps matters.
The phonological differences between the dialects are easy learnt and grammar points of divergence in the urban forms of both are logical and frequently arise from phonological factors such as word stress. There are many Arabic texts, for all varieties, downloadable gratis on the net.
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