Description - Modern Standard Arabic Grammar by Azza Hassanein
In a compact, easy-to-use format, this new book offers a convenient guide to grammar for any student of Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), the version of Arabic mostly commonly used in journalism, formal writing, and literature. Drawing on over a decade of experience as a full-time teacher of Arabic, Azza Hassanein explains the rules in straightforward English, illustrating usage with examples throughout. The book covers all the rules of grammar and morphology that students require for elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels of Arabic. As a compact guide, it is and ideal auxiliary, no matter what textbook the student is using. While students of the language will find "Modern Standard Arabic Grammar" extremely helpful, it is also a valuable tool for linguists who want to acquire a clear idea about the skeletal structure of the language, as well as translators who are working with written Arabic. Covering all the important grammatical rules of MSA, from nisba adjectives and nominal and verbal sentences to more complex constructions such as conditional sentences and the subjunctive, this unique handbook fills a real need for the growing number of people worldwide learning Arabic.
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Format: Paperback / softback
The American University in Cairo Press
Publisher: The American University in Cairo Press
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Author Biography - Azza Hassanein
Azza Hassanein holds a BA from Mansoura University and an MA in Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language from the American University in Cairo, where she has taught Arabic since 1994.