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Complete Arabic with Two Audio CDs: A Teach Yourself Guide (Teach Yourself Language)

Jack Smart, Frances Altorfer

2010    496 Pages    (McGraw-Hill)

DDC: 492.783421    LCC: PJ6308

OCLC: 773933192    ISBN 13: 9780071627795    ISBN 10: 0071627790

It's easy to teach yourself Arabic! Complete Arabic provides you with a clear and comprehensive approach to Arabic, so you can progress quickly from the basics to understanding, speaking, and writing Arabic with confidence. Within each of the 25 thematic chapters, important language structures are introduced through life-like dialogues. You'll learn grammar in a gradual manner so you won't be overwhelmed by this tricky subject. Exercises accompany the texts and reinforce learning in listening, [...]

It's easy to teach yourself Arabic! Complete Arabic provides you with a clear and comprehensive approach to Arabic, so you can progress quickly from the basics to understanding, speaking, and writing Arabic with confidence. Within each of the 25 thematic chapters, important language structures are introduced through life-like dialogues. You'll learn grammar in a gradual manner so you won't be overwhelmed by this tricky subject. Exercises accompany the texts and reinforce learning in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This program also features current cultural information boxes that reflect recent changes in society. The accompanying audio CDs include audio exercises--performed by native speakers--that reinforce communicative skills. [less]

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Heimkehr ins Wort [book]

Hilde Domin

1988    110 Pages    (Inter Nationes)

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Kontakt Deutsch [book]

Udo Miebs, Leena Vehovirta

1997    168 Pages    (Langenscheidt Publishing Group)

LCC: PF3120.C7

OCLC: 39696132    ISBN 13: 9783468905209    ISBN 10: 3468905203

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Redemittelbuch [book]

Von U. Miebs, L. Vehovirta

1997    192 Pages    (Langenscheidt Publishing Group)

OCLC: 76022886    ISBN 13: 9783468905216    ISBN 10: 3468905211

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Tra╠łnen des Vaterlandes oder das literarische Barock [book]

1992    (Inter Nationes)

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Do You Speak American?

William Cran, Robert MacNeil

2004    240 Pages    (Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group)

DDC: 427.973    LCC: PE2808

OCLC: 938121584    LCCN: 2005023093    ISBN 13: 9780385511988    ISBN 10: 0385511981

Is American English in decline? Are regional dialects dying out? Is there a difference between men and women in how they adapt to linguistic variations? These questions, and more, about our language catapulted Robert MacNeil and William Cran--the authors (with Robert McCrum) of the language classic The Story of English--across the country in search of the answers. Do You Speak American? is the tale of their discoveries, which provocatively show how the standard for American English--if a [...]

Is American English in decline? Are regional dialects dying out? Is there a difference between men and women in how they adapt to linguistic variations? These questions, and more, about our language catapulted Robert MacNeil and William Cran--the authors (with Robert McCrum) of the language classic The Story of English--across the country in search of the answers. Do You Speak American? is the tale of their discoveries, which provocatively show how the standard for American English--if a standard exists--is changing quickly and dramatically. On a journey that takes them from the Northeast, through Appalachia and the Deep South, and west to California, the authors observe everyday verbal interactions and in a host of interviews with native speakers glean the linguistic quirks and traditions characteristic of each area. While examining the histories and controversies surrounding both written and spoken American English, they address anxieties and assumptions that, when explored, are highly emotional, such as the growing influence of Spanish as a threat to American English and the special treatment of African-American vernacular English. And, challenging the purists who think grammatical standards are in serious deterioration and that media saturation of our culture is homogenizing our speech, they surprise us with unpredictable responses. With insight and wit, MacNeil and Cran bring us a compelling book that is at once a celebration and a potent study of our singular language. Each wave of immigration has brought new words to enrich the American language. Do you recognize the origin of 1. blunderbuss, sleigh, stoop, coleslaw, boss, waffle? Or 2. dumb, ouch, shyster, check, kaput, scram, bummer? Or 3. phooey, pastrami, glitch, kibbitz, schnozzle? Or 4. broccoli, espresso, pizza, pasta, macaroni, radio? Or 5. smithereens, lollapalooza, speakeasy, hooligan? Or 6. vamoose, chaps, stampede, mustang, ranch, corral? 1. Dutch 2. German 3. Yiddish 4. Italian 5. Irish 6. Spanish [less]

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That's Not What I Meant! - Instructor Package

Deborah Tannen

2004    24 Pages    (Into the Classroom Media)

also: www.evgonline.com/Downloads...

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