Arabic For Dummies includes brief coverage of Arabic script with in-depth coverage of the Arabic alphabet, pronunciation, basic grammar, rules of transliteration, and explanations for differences between written, or classical, Arabic (the language of the Koran) that has remained unchanged for 1,400 years, and the spoken dialects, which vary by region, nation, and village. The book also focuses on the culture and history of Arabic, and features a chapter devoted to the 20% of those learning Arabic who wish to read and recite the Koran in Arabic. The culture is also important in differentiating between translation and correct interpretation.
- Table of Contents(第ix頁)
- Part I: Getting Started(第7頁)
- Part II: Arabic in Action(第59頁)
- Part III: Arabic on the Go(第187頁)
- Part IV: The Part of Tens(第293頁)
- Part V: Appendixes(第315頁)