Media Arabic Vocabulary 1

Media Arabic Vocabulary 1

(5 customer reviews)

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Format

PDF eBook

Level

B2, C1

Length

266 pages

Audio?

Yes

Boost your Arabic news reading skills and confidence. Intermediate-level learners explore Politics, Crime, and Art units in this volume.

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Are you interested in reading the news in Arabic but, as an intermediate student of Arabic, don’t feel you’re quite ready? This first volume of the transformative series Media Arabic Vocabulary is designed to help you navigate the complexities of real-world Arabic media literacy with structured and engaging content. 

Key Features:

  • Three thematic units: Politics, Crime, and Art are covered in this first volume. Each unit is broken down into manageable sections and subsections that introduce you to key vocabulary in context.
  • Diacritics (Tashkeel): For word recognition and correct pronunciation, all Arabic content in the book contains diacritics.
  • English translations: You will find English translations for all Arabic content, enhancing your comprehension and learning.
  • Audio tracks: Over 7 hours of audio (all keywords, example sentences, and texts) help you improve your pronunciation and listening comprehension.
  • Interactive learning: Instead of traditional exercises, the book promotes a self-discovery approach, empowering you to actively engage with the material.
  • Flexible structure: The book is organized in a manner that allows you to chart your own learning path. There is no strict order to follow, and every path leads to enrichment.
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Whether you’re an intermediate learner or an advanced student, Media Arabic Vocabulary is your versatile, flexible tool for deepening your understanding of Arabic as it’s used in the real world. Follow your interests, understand the structure, and engage in self-discovery as you immerse yourself in the language and culture.

The volumes in this series are not incremental in learning level. They simply cover different topics. Feel free to pick any book from the series that aligns with your interest in a particular theme or topic. Start your journey towards Arabic media literacy today with Media Arabic Vocabulary!

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5 reviews for Media Arabic Vocabulary 1

  1. Ghol

    Ghol (verified owner)

    Once again, this is a cool product. A great vocabulary collection is provided for each topic, and it is appropriate for all levels. I just wish or suggest that nouns be given with plurals in addition to verbs having past, present, and infinitive tenses, or an indication of verb forms or synonyms and antonyms would make this course superb. Other than that, it is a great list, and it is one of a kind, which I was looking for a while. The topical vocabulary with example sentences given in context with their appropriate usage is excellent.

    I love it!

  2. testermctester (verified owner)

    This is exactly what I was looking for! I’ve been studying the first chapter and listening to the audio this afternoon and I can already tell that I’ve been learning so much.

  3. Francois

    Francois (verified owner)

    Overall, this book is good and works a lot on repetition which helps greatly acquire the new vocabulary, that is very aptly introduced through sample sentences illustrating every new vocab. One might regret the fact sentences are not taken from real life media and sound a bit artificial, repetitive and not so interesting. TmHowever, the only real downside is the poor sound quality of the audio recordings. I could probably do a better job with my Phone. How come the audio
    is barely audible at times? Hard to understand! This being said, the overall quality of this material is much above average, I just hope my advice will be taken into account for future materials. All the best.

    • Lingualism

      Lingualism

      I’m glad you’re enjoying the book overall, Francois. Yes, the sentences were designed to enforce repetition of vocabulary used in the book, rather than sentences taken from actual newspapers, which would be much more difficult for the target level of the book and difficult to understand out of context.

      As for the audio, the quality should be perfectly consistent and clear. I suspect if the audio was ‘barely audio at times’, it might be an issue with your device/player/volume. If you can email us indicating the track numbers and time stamps of where these issues lie, I will look into it. Thank you! –Matthew

  4. Francois

    Francois (verified owner)

    Thanks Matthew for your reply, and for all your efforts to provide such valuable materials for avid learners like me. By telling I’d rather have “real life” materials, I actually meant having texts anchored in the context of the Arabic speaking world, its daily life, social, political and cultural issues, but I understand that’s another issue altogether. As for the audio, I really find the quality average. The speakers sound professional and read well. I’m just bothered by the hissing sounds prevailing throughout the recordings, as if the speakers were too close to the microphone while recording. Likewise, some sounds aren’t that clear. I guess it is a general issue with mp3 and compressed formats in general? Anyway, apart from this, I highly recommend this material and actually love the format (vocabulary lists illustrated by sentences, as in Al-Kitaab, then texts with these vocabs). I think it is the best Media Arabic text available on the market (even better than Lahlali’s) and am looking forward for the second instalment. Francois

  5. ANIL

    ANIL (verified owner)

    Hello, I am Anil.
    I bought all 4 books of the Media Arabic Vocabulary set. I haven’t fully progressed yet. But I can say that it has a full content and can increase our vocabulary. One of the biggest reasons why I prefer these books is that they have audio recordings. Because listening is of course very important in learning a language. Good luck everyone.

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