Introduction to Moroccan Arabic and culture
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Published by Georgetown University Press in Washington,D.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Arabic language -- Dialects -- Morocco -- Grammar,
  • Arabic language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers -- English

Book details:

Edition Notes

In English and Arabic.

StatementAbdellah Chekayri.
GenreTextbooks for foreign speakers
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPJ6770.23 .C44 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23945438M
ISBN 109781589016934
LC Control Number2009075056
OCLC/WorldCa468857812

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  Dr. Chekayri's book on Moroccan Arabic and Culture is an honest and accurate portrayal of the language and culture. I was fortunate to have him as a teacher almost one year ago and as a student was able to view one of the earlier versions of this book. It is incredibly easy to follow and you're actually learning the true language from a Moroccan.4/5(10). PLEASE NOTE: Each new textbook already contains the DVD you need. This replacement DVD is available to anyone who has misplaced, lost, or damaged their original DVD. The material on this DVD is the same material that appears on the DVD that came with the An Introduction to Moroccan Arabic and Culture. There is no new material included on this DVD. Title: An Introduction to Moroccan Arabic and Culture Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, 11 X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, 11 X X in Published: Febru Language: English. An Introduction to Moroccan Arabic and Culture and the accompanying content-based multimedia DVD are designed to enable students to speak Moroccan Arabic. Since Moroccan Arabic is rarely written or used in formal communication, the strength of the book lies in training learners in speaking and listening skills that can be used in everyday.

“This five-part work is based on the author’s “An Introduction to Moroccan Arabic.” The thirty-eight texts of this book serve as an introduction to Moroccan ethnology, culture, history, folklore, and literature, in addition to giving the reader a more sophisticated exposure to the syntax of the language.”. Darija is a primary language in Morocco, and it is often used within Moroccan-Arab families, between friends, by shopkeepers, in offices, by cab drivers, on the television, and so Standard Arabic (MSA) is typically only used for official business. The Berber population generally uses Amazigh at home, though most people also speak Darija, promoting cohesion between the Arab and Berber. Basic Introduction to Arabic Introduction: This is an extract from the Moroccan Arabic book. You will notice that we did not follow the book page by page. We rather picked some key elements in the book that a beginner can do on his/her own. Page numbers refer to the complete book not this PDF guide. The Arabic.   It is my hope that An Introduction to Moroccan Arabic and Culture will be the harbinger of effective dialect learning and teaching materials to come. That is to say, ones like these that are replete with communicative activities adroitly set in their cultural context, and it is particularly useful for anyone who has studied Modern Standard Arabic.5/5(1).

An Introduction to Moroccan Arabic and Culture consists of two primary components. The first is the physical textbook, a sturdy page paperback with a glossy cover and attractive internal design. The book is divided into fourteen chapters, each thematically organized around an aspect of Moroccan . For my case I am from Morocco a country located in North West of Africa, widely open on the Atlantic Ocean from the west, and the Mediterranean Sea from the north, Morocco is the cradle of multiple culture and it is famous by its biodiversity when it comes to the languages spoken like in the next order Arabic, French, Berber, Spanish and English. An Introduction to Moroccan Arabic and Culture and the accompanying multimedia DVD are designed to enable students to communicate effectively using Moroccan Arabic. Since Moroccan Arabic is rarely written or used in formal communication, the strength of the book lies in training learners in speaking and listening skills that can be used in. Shop An Introduction to Moroccan Arabic and Culture: Arabic and Culture [Arabic] - Dick Smith. “An Introduction to Moroccan Arabic and Culture” and the accompanying multimedia DVD are designed to enable students to communicate effectively using Moroccan Arabic. Since Moroccan Arabic is rarely written or used in formal communication, the strength of the book lies in training learners in.