Levantine Arabic Verbs

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Format

PDF eBook

Level

A1, A2, B1

Length

166 pages

Audio?

Yes

Levantine Arabic Verbs presents 100+ conjugation tables with example sentences, a grammar reference, and indexes with 750 verbs that can be conjugated using the conjugation tables as models.

Description

Levantine Arabic Verbs will help learners of all levels master verb conjugation as well as natural pronunciation.

  • 100+ conjugation tables of some of the most common verbs (and ‘pseudo-verb’ prepositional phrases) used in daily language.
  • Phonemic transcription alongside the Arabic script in the conjugation tables to aid in accurate pronunciation and help learners get used to Arabic script as written for the dialect.
  • Usage notes.
  • Example sentences under each conjugation table with the verbs in various persons and tenses, demonstrating different meanings and idiomatic uses.
  • Downloadable audio tracks contain all conjugated verb forms in all tables and example sentences spoken by a native speaker from Lebanon, available below to stream or download free of charge.
  • Grammar reference for Levantine Arabic verbs (forms and uses of tenses and moods, negative verbs, compound tenses, etc.)
  • Indexes with 750 more verbs that can be conjugated using the conjugation tables as models.

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Levantine Arabic Vocabulary was revised in January 2020 to include new improved audio, several changes in the example sentences, and corrections of typos.

If you have bought the PDF eBook from our website, you can download the revised edition from your account and the revised audio above. If you have the first edition and prefer the original audio that matches all of the example sentences, you can download it here: Part 1 and Part 2.

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Additional information

Format

PDF eBook

Level

A1, A2, B1

Length

166 pages

Audio?

Yes

6 reviews for Levantine Arabic Verbs

  1. Natalie Liedtke (verified owner)

    I ordernd the PDF e-book ‘Levantine Arabic Verbs’ yesterday. It is just what I’ve been looking for since ages. This book is fantastic. I have other Levantine resources, but none measures up to this book. Thank you so much for the effort you put into creating this book. It was worth it.

  2. Munazza

    I bought the book from Amazon and love every moment of going through it. I’m also taking Arabic classes; the book has helped tremendously improve my vocabulary and understanding of common words and phrases. Not sure but this seems to be the only comprehensive dictionary as well! A million thanks to the developers who have put in a world of effort. 🙂

  3. Louis

    This is an amazing resource, I recommend getting the book and flash cards. This isn’t just a list of verbs, it’s a full details of the most used Levantine verbs with real life examples. This has helped me greatly as I am using the chunking method to learn phrases at a time as opposed to a single word. Each verb is broken down into useful phrases so you can see how it is used and conjugated. This is a unique product and cannot recommend it highly enough for all Arabic students.

  4. ahmad

    good resource

  5. Juanita

    This is definitely one of my favorite Arabic books (bought it on Amazon because they offered the paperback version). Not only did it help with understanding the b- and m- prefix of colloquial Levantine but it was in an easy to understand format. The authors did an amazing job with these verbs! Also I appreciate that there’s participles and imperatives included. There is one thing that would have been nice to include is the Masdar/gerund. But other than that, this book is a keeper!

  6. Danielle

    This book is definitely a key resource when learning the Levant verbs. With its comprehensive analysis of main verbs in the Levant language, this book helps you identify the differences in meaning and use of the verbs in comparison to their counter parts in MSA. I can definitely say that this book will be in my pocket at all times when going over my levant dialect – especially the key verb look up sheet. I cannot fault this pdf at all, the way that it covers all qualities and measures of verbs is excellent and easy to understand for any level of user. Would definitely recommend this book to anyone using the Levant dialect in an educational environment.

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