Learn Arabic - Word Power 101 - Innovative Language Learning, LLC

Learn Arabic - Word Power 101

By Innovative Language Learning, LLC

  • Release Date: 2012-08-15
  • Genre: Foreign Languages
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Description

Master Arabic with Learn Arabic - Word Power 101. This e-book is a completely new way to learn Arabic vocabulary fast. Start speaking Arabic in minutes with the powerful learning methods you will master in this book.

The vocabulary words you’ll find in Learn Arabic - Word Power 101 were hand selected by our Arabic language teachers as the top 101 most frequently used words in the Arabic language. With each entry, you’ll see the word and a vibrant image to help remember the meaning. You’ll hear the word to master the pronunciation. Then you’ll see how the word is actually used in everyday speech with sample sentences and phrases. Learning Arabic vocabulary has never been easier!

In this book, you’ll get:

    - 101 of the most frequently used Arabic vocabulary words
    - Audio with authentic native Arabic pronunciation
    - Vibrant photos and images to help memorization
    - Useful and practical sample sentences and phrases 

Purchase Learn Arabic - Word Power 101 today to start mastering Arabic vocabulary in the fastest, easiest and most fun way possible!

Reviews

  • needs work

    1
    By did not understand
    book pronounces one word, expects me to then read arabic on my own after one word is pronounced for me. Did not go over the alphabet. It is not usable for me to learn arabic at all.
  • Useful But Could Be Better

    3
    By upjumper
    This book is a bit disappointing because it doesn't take into account a sad reality -- if you want to teach newcomers Arabic you either have to focus on classical Arabic, which is incredibly difficult and complex for non-native speakers, or focus on one of the spoken Arabic dialects, which fortunately are about as accessible as any other language having few similarities to English or a European language. Unfortunately, the sample phrases are written in classical Arabic (still the standard practice in Middle Eastern countries for written documents) while the transliteration intended to make them accessible to those who cannot read the Arabic script reproduces the written classical Arabic in Latin script , rendering them virtually unusable for anyone trying to learn!