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This volume presents papers given at the second Symposium on the History of Arabic Grammar Nijmegen, The subject has many aspects and invites many different approaches, which might roughly be categorized into three main groupings, viz. The 22 papers deal with a wide range of topics concerning the linguistic theories of the Arab grammarians, and the relationship between linguistics and other disciplines theology, law, philosophy in this tradition.
General linguists with some knowledge of Arabic will find that the discussions in this volume may lead them to reconsider views based entirely on the Western tradition. Visit Seller's Storefront. Orders usually ship within 2 business days. Shipping costs are based on books weighing 2. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required.
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Students will also become acquainted with the culture of the Arab world and establish a solid foundation for more advanced courses in Arabic. This course continues to introduce students to the people and culture of the Arabic-speaking world.
Students will become familiar with Arabic grammar and language structure. They will have maximum opportunity to use the different language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Modern Standard Arabic MSA. Students will develop greater competency in understanding MSA in both its written and spoken forms and in producing the language in writing and speech. This course will have a greater emphasis on active vocabulary learning, proper grammatical application and on developing the ability to use the language in real-world everyday situations.
Prior to this course, students must have basic background knowledge in Modern Standard Arabic MSA vocabulary and syntax at the elementary level; they should have basic ability to communicate, using simple sentences and have the ability to comprehend simple written and spoken instructions and conversations in basic MSA. In this course, students will acquire additional vocabulary and a greater understanding of more complex grammatical structures.
ARABIC PHILOLOGY I
There will be an increased use of Arabic language at this level in instructions and communication. This course will provide the students with a strong foundation at the intermediate level in reading, writing, speaking, and listening. There will be a continued emphasis on the acquisition of more complex grammatical structures, expanding vocabulary and discourse skills, and developing competence in a wide range of communicative situations using all language skills. This course provides additional practice to help students attain a higher level of skill development e.
This course adopts a skills-based approach in which students gain mastery of the language through the use of authentic materials taken from various sources books, periodicals, videos and radio documentaries. Teaching vocabulary and grammar is integrated to the skills-based activities, and is incorporated in the class activities as an aid to overcome any communication problems. Teaching techniques are student-centered, with the instructor as the facilitator.
Instructions will be conducted mostly in Arabic. Arabic conversation is designed for students who want to acquire a speaking knowledge of the language with a focus on communication, comprehension, and cultural information about Arabic customs. In this course, students will engage in "real-time" discussions, debate, presentations, and reporting activities.
This course will engage students in the study of a variety of artistic and socio-cultural aspects of the modern Arab world. There will be an emphasis on representative cultural artifacts from literature and other arts that have come to define the region, as well as on culturally specific constructions of gender, ethnicity, race, and diversity. Special attention will be given to the characteristics of the Arabic language, family, gender relations, the Arab experience in the U. It promotes tolerance and understanding by providing students with a realistic view of the cultural contours of the modern Arab World and the richness of the Arab cultural heritage.
This course will engage students in the study of the culture of Islam.
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