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The Cats of Beirut (Lebanese)

The Cats of Beirut (Lebanese)

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B1, B2


56 pages



Sara and Jad’s communities are divided by sectarian distrust and memories of violence. But this doesn’t get in the way of their friendship and a common goal to care for the less fortunate where they live.

This book is specifically Lebanese Arabic.

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The  Levantine Arabic Readers series aims to provide learners with much-needed exposure to authentic language. The fifteen books in the series are at a similar level (B1-B2) and can be read in any order. The stories are a fun and flexible tool for building vocabulary, improving language skills, and developing overall fluency. 

The main text is presented on even-numbered pages with tashkeel (diacritics) to aid in reading, while parallel English translations on odd-numbered pages are there to help you better understand new words and idioms. A second version of the text is given at the back of the book, without the distraction of tashkeel and translations, for those who are up to the challenge.

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1 review for The Cats of Beirut (Lebanese)

  1. Barbara

    Barbara (verified owner)

    This and other readers in Lebanese Arabic are really helping me improve. As with other resources here, the combination of the audio and the written dialect is hugely helpful. The story is also nice, and does, by the way, reflect the realities of cats in Beirut (except for the automatic feeders….)

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