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A Practical Arabic Grammar


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Duncan Stewart’s A Practical Arabic Grammar provides an excellent resource for anyone seeking to gain basic knowledge of the Arabic language. Initially published in 1841 as “an attempt to facilitate the study of the Arabic language in England,” this text is designed for the beginner. Stewart offers a straight forward introduction to the language, seeking to lay out basic principles in a manner neither too complicated nor too brief to be helpful. Throughout these 300 pages, Stewart introduces the Arabic alphabet, basic grammatical categories, tenses, syntax, and more. He includes useful notes, charts, and examples, and provides suggestions of other resources for taking your study of Arabic further.

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  • Provides a basic introduction to Arabic
  • Includes helpful notes, charts, and examples
  • Offers language-learning materials designed for the beginner
  • Furnishes the students with simple extracts to practice with
  • Alphabetical Table
  • Observations on the Alphabet
  • Rules of Permutation of the Letters
  • Verb
  • Of Tenses
  • On the Tenses of the Regular Trilateral Verbs
  • Passive Voice
  • The Surd Verb
  • Of the Irregular Verbs
  • Of Nouns
  • The Article
  • Of the Pronoun
  • Of Particles
  • Syntax
  • Proverbs
  • Extracts
  • Title: A Practical Arabic Grammar
  • Author: Duncan Stewart
  • Publisher: John W. Parker
  • Publication Date: 1841
  • Pages: 301


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  1. Forrest Cole

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  3. Brian Huddleston
    Is there a way to get the Alphabetical Table to look like it does in print? It displays only the final unconnected form throughout the chart, the connected and initial use the same character. Perhaps a font that we need installed? Or could you replace the text with an image?


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