Cambridge Core – European and World Literature: General Interest – A Student Grammar of Modern Standard Arabic – by Eckehard Schulz. Eckehard Schulz. since professor for Arabic Linguistics and Translation Studies in Leipzig; Author, coauthor and editor of the following books: Krahl. Dear user,. in the past months we have completely revised the e-Edition and are pleased to inform you that you can now use the new website. The new website.

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Detailed descriptions of all types of sentences are given, and numerous tables provide a clear presentation of verbs and nouns.

Ships ecjehard and sold by Amazon. If you had asked me what accusative or jussive meant before I got this book I wouldn’t have had a clue. Practice Makes Perfect Arabic Vocabulary: The grammatical concepts and terms are referred to and indexed in both English and Arabic.

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Modern Eckeharv Arabic Grammar: Showing of 7 reviews. Buy the selected items together This item: High to Low Avg. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and eckehare new followers and customers. Add both to Cart Add both to List. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. For intermediate level students and higher this book is great for review, but if you have not been introduced to a concept previously it is difficult to learn it through this book.


This is a comprehensive treatment of Arabic grammar that suffers from 1 extremely strange organization important, common topics are discussed after much more obscure ones have been treated and 2 a price that seems, to me, to be too high for what you get.

However, the cekehard who critiques this book based on what he thinks he learned in first-year Arabic is misinformed. Instead of being arranged: Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.

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Schulz’s book is concise, compact, thorough, and relatively inexpensive. Share your thoughts with other customers. They’re not normally spoken aloud, and as a result many introductory Arabic classes omit them Get it, study it, you’ll love yourself. Additionally, there are many typographical errors. This cost me a half hour of confusion and study time while I was plodding through Gaafar and Wightwick’s “Easy Arabic Reader.

Arabic Grammar in Context Languages in Context. To add insult to injury, the charts of verbs are different than those I learned in school. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. If you are still working on basic grammar you probably are only comfortable in one or the other, so you should use either the English or Arabic terms and not both to avoid confusion.

The verb charts are organized correctly, on page 12 Schulz clarifies with, “The order of persons in the Arabic conjugational paradigm is 3rd person – 2nd person – 1st person.


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I think, though I’m not sure because I’m not an advanced scholar, that there are “added” extra marks above some of the letters, like the spelling is slightly different than what I have learned. Amazon Eckehhard Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. This is clearly an advanced book; not something I would want to fool around with I’m just ending Arabic Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.

I don’t like that it calls the past and present tenses “perfect and imperfect” why not just call them past and present??? I’ve found that this book is eckeharrd me to understand Arabic grammar in both languages as I try to learn the English terminology when reviewing topics, and I can now compare the grammars of both English and Arabic easier.

To quote the preface, “Not all the rules are explained in detail since the room assumes that the user already knows Arabic and should be able to deduce the rule in question from the examples quoted.