Item Code: IDJ597
Size: 6.8" X 4.6"
Weight of the Book: 125 gms
Arabic, the language of Islam, is spoken today by some 50 millions of people and, beyond this, has served for centuries as the sacred, literary and official language of Middle East countries. It is one of the international languages.
Arabic is a semitic language and so different from those usually studied in India and Europe. In this language the roots consist of unpronounceable skeleton of three consonants, called radicals, and these rots are not words. The addition of vowels, prefixes. Suffixes to the root makes words. Thus in Arabic a root like 'k-t-b' 'write appears in words like katab' - he wrote, 'kaatib - writer, 'kitaab - book; and with prefixes 'ma-kaatib - place for writing, 'ma-ktab' - school, 'ye-ktub' - he is writing.
LEARN ARABIC IN 30 DAYS is written for those who wants to learn Arabic in their leisure time without any teacher. It will guide them to read, write, understand and speak few simple sentences of their own.
To gain the full benefit of the book and its simplified system, it is essential that the notes gives at the end of the lesson should be carefully observed and adhered to.
Any suggestion from experts or from the general reader for improvement of this book, will be highly appreciated.
My thanks are also due to the authorities and to all my professional brothers for their support and appreciation of my works.
|How to Write||vii|
|FIRST PART (Alphabet and Pronunciation)|
|Read the following words||5|
|Dipthongs & Nunations||12|
|Double Consonant & Absence of Vowel||14|
|The Method of Writing Arabic||17|
|The Different Forms of Letters||19|
|SECOND PART (words)|
|The Parts of the Body||32|
|Months of the Hijri Year||51|
|Months of the Christian Year||52|
|The Ordinal Numbers||56|
|THIRD PART (Sentences)|
|Sentences of One Word||73|
|Sentences of Two Words||74|
|Sentences of Three Words||76|
|For Reading Practice||82|
|FOURTH PART (Grammar)|
|The Nominal Sentences||89|
|The Demonstrative Pronouns||91|
|Past Tense - The Verbal Sentences||99|
|Past Tense - The Nominal Sentences||100|
|Conjugation of the Past-Tense||103|
|The Objective Case||104|
|The Possessive Case||107|
|Conjugation of the Present & Past Tenses||111|
|Near Future & Distan Future||114|
|Joining of the Article 'Al'||120|
|The Colioquial Arabic||121|
|Conjugation of 'To Be' in Past Tense||122|
|'To Be' in Present & Future Tense||123|
|Differences of Tense||125|
|The Noun of Agency||127|
|Irregular Verbs - Past Tense||129|
|Some Irregular Verbs||131|
|FIFTH PART (Conversations)|
|With The Friend||137|
|In The Market||141|
|In The Hotel||145|
|With The Doctor||149|
|In The Book-Stall||151|
|I Want a Room||153|
|In the Textile Shop||155|
|In the Post-Office||159|