Author: Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips
Publisher: A. S. Noordeen (2003, 1423 AH)
Pages: 179 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
This book is the latest revised edition to teach Arabic to non-Arabs of varying backgrounds without any intermediary language. This book uses the latest developments in the science of linguistics related to the Arabic language. The significance of this book is that the learner need not have to memorize all the 28 Arabic alphabets and the 112 variations before learning to read and write. This book is ideal for adults and older youths as it develops the reading and writing skills gradually and logically compared to the traditional methods of 'al-Qaa'diah al-Baghdaadeeyah.'
Written byDr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips
Developed from an Arabic textprepared by the Arabic LanguageInstitute of King Saudi University. Ithas a modern approach to learningArabic reading and writing, and hasbeen tested by the author throughyears of teaching. The text is suitablefor both children and adults.
Book InfoPages - 179Binding - PaperbackDimension - 17cm x 24cm
Table of Contents
Transliteration5Foreword7Introduction9Lesson One Noon Seen Raa Dal12Long Vowels Yaa Wow Aa