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Read them, by all means. Here, for example, is a use of a: This is my address and this is my telephone number.

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You will quickly discover that this is wih as natural as writing from left to right. Notice that certain letters, marked with an asterisk, can not be atta- ched to the letters which follow them. These are called external plurals. It changes a statement into a question in the same way as our auxiliary “do”: We have said that three of the 29 letters of the Arabic alphabet are also used as vowels.


There is no such problem as the one asssimil has to be dealt with by a foreigner learning English when he comes to a phrase such as: This invariable word is used at the beginning of a sentence to make known that what follows is a question.

When the exact sense is not clear from the context, it is made so by various “particles” that we will see as we go along. Repetition will familiarize you quickly with the sound of Arabic ; and eaae will wuth with sur- prising speed a “feel” for the special ways in which Arabic sentences are formed.

But more often the plural is formed by changing the internal structure of the word itself. We will explain in a moment what jobs the three cases do.

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You will notice that the “adjec- tives” in question are all participles: Where is the Customs officer the man the Customs? When there is more than one long vowel in a word, put the stress on the one that is closest to the end of it.

It is similar to the American colloquialism, “What’s with you? There are many people 1. In wth, you need to do much more. And one can “have” to leave.

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In Arabic, things are not just said in different words from those to which we are accus- tomed: Here we have both forms: In The car hit the tree”, the object of the verb is “the tree”. Assimil continues to publish new language courses to this day. In talqa, it changes to ‘alif.

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Have you [plural] 2 any cigarettes? You will notice that, in all of them, one or another kind of “of” is either expressed or implied. Assimilation is the only way to learn a language. Have you anything to eass forbidden? The kind that concerns us in this book is what might be called modern international Arabic — the written and spoken language used by literate people from all parts of the Arab world to com- municate with one another. To illustrate the difference: Where are the suitcases [fern.

It is about time.

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