Palestinian Arabic Verbs

Palestinian Arabic Verbs

(3 customer reviews)

Additional information

Format

PDF eBook

Level

A1, A2, B1

Length

171 pages

Audio?

Yes

Palestinian 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.

Palestinian 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 Gaza, Palestine, available below to stream or download free of charge.
  • Grammar reference for Palestinian 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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3 reviews for Palestinian Arabic Verbs

  1. Adrian

    Adrian

    ordered a paper copy from amazon, I have really enjoyed previous lingualism material such as the Levantine beginner dictionary, Arabic voices, Mido, and Egyptian reader series, this will be my first verb table book, a more minute look at the language

  2. Rashidah

    Rashidah

    I’m SO glad that you’ve come out with this book! I discovered that there are significant differences in verbs and conjugations between the Northern and Southern Levantine dialects–even though many resources treat them as if they’re basically the same. So I’m really grateful to finally have a resource that closely matches the Jordanian Arabic that I’m studying. One improvement that could be made would be to add the alternative pronunciations for verbs that contain ق. The speaker on the recordings uses the English “g” sound but many other Arabs ( especially women) omit this sound or treat it like a hamza OR even sometimes pronounce it in its traditional Fusha way for certain words. As a result, it’s not very easy to figure out how to navigate this sound in words, so an audio recording would be really beneficial.

  3. Kalle

    Kalle (verified owner)

    Thx a lot. I also enjoyed it. It’s been being really helpful to me as I always had wondered where the sight differences between Northern and Southern Levantine dialect appeared. I highly recommend the Levantine Arabic verbs for that reason.

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