Author: Richard S. Harrell
Publisher: Georgetown University Press (February 2005)
Pages: 0 Binding: Audio CD
Description from the publisher:
Now available in a user-friendly, more compact, and affordable format, this CD of MP3 files replaces the former set of eleven CDsto be used in conjunction with A Basic Course in Moroccan Arabic, a textbook in spoken Moroccan Arabic for beginners. Following the initial pronunciation introductions and practices, there are 130 lessons in which a small number of phrases and sentences illustrate grammatical points. Notes in the book provide explanations of the new grammatical material heard on the CD. After completion of the course, the user will have learned all of the essential information about the structure of Moroccan Arabic and will be prepared to continue through in real-life practice.
First published in 1962, this program has not been superseded. It stands out for its accessibility, and functions as a comprehensive guide for anyone working or traveling in areas where Moroccan Arabic is spoken.