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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Otherwise, you don’t know if it’s gi’ra’, gi’rag, gigra’, gigrag, igrag, i’rag, or i’ra’ all wrong.
If you know that the word i’ra’—’read! Preview — Kullu Tamam! An Introduction to Egyptian Colloquial Arabic 3.
Kullu Tamam!: An Introduction to Egyptian Colloquial Arabic
Kristina rated it liked it Jul 09, Trivia About Kullu Tamam!: For over ten years now, the Dutch edition of kullu tamam! Kulku the German version contains more textual materia Still one of the best introductions to Egyptian Arabic on the market – by one of the best specialists.
Sarah added it Feb 28, Paul Harper rated it it was amazing May 21, Two weeks ago, I travelled to Upper Egypt, where the dialect is very similar to Cairene Arabic, but has some pronunciation differences. Students who already know Arabic will find Egyptian Arabic easier to learn if they can read the words in Arabic, rather than in transliteration. Additionally, if working with an Egyptian tutor, Arabic script will be easier for them to adjust to than will learning a new representation of the language.
Masri60 marked it as to-read Apr 20, The big plus of the English edition is tha accompanying CD with all the texts. In the latter chapters, several lessons use vocabulary which does not appear in the vocabulary lists. Still one of the best introductions to Egyptian Arabic on the market – by one of the best specialists. I think it’s a mistake not to include Arabic script. Tim marked it as to-read May 29, Sakhr Al Sharaa marked it as to-read Mar 02, Anyone wanting to have a good command of the Arabic language must learn both varieties.
Catalina Mirea marked it as to-read Aug 02, There are basically two types of Arabic: Ehnaton marked it as to-read Dec 06, I wish, too, that there were more full example sentences for the rules of grammar. Jennifer Nichols rated it it was amazing Aug 06, I suppose that for others, they may just be extra words.
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Kullu Tamam! Introduction
Ilaria Lolini added it Jan 24, Paperbacktamqm. Nazmi Yaakub marked it as to-read Jul 08, Cristiane Freitas marked it as to-read Jul 31, Illustrative texts are either short dialogues, as may be encountered in daily life in Egypt, or descriptive passages dealing with more abstract topics and using a vocabulary typical of Arabic newspapers. Ilya Vaganov marked it as to-read Sep 13, Reem Salah marked it as to-read Mar 08, Sarah Sparkle is currently reading it Aug 29, I suppose that if it’s no great shakes, then there’s really not much to be said for this particular benefit.
Fundamentally, if your goal is to be able to talk with people in Arabic in Egypt, this book can work for you.
Kullu Tamam!: An Introduction to Egyptian Colloquial Arabic by Manfred Woidich
The stress accent rules kllu Egyptian Arabic are not very complicated, but are very important. I tend to remember vocabulary best when I learn it in context. Lists with This Book.
Several rules are given in seemingly arbitrary places, not having been used in the lesson-initial dialogues or readings.
Suzanne marked it as to-read Jul 18, And the big plus of all the editions: The exercises are mostly not very good for the independent learner, tho I think they might work well with partners or in a classroom environment.
Nouran added it Mar 21, No trivia or quizzes yet. David rated it really liked it Apr 27, There are, unfortunately, not many texts available for self-instruction.
Want to Read saving…. This is done by using the grammatical terminology common to both varieties of Arabic, by offering many vocabulary items current in both the vernacular and the standard variety, and-in the later lessons-by introducing the Arabic script.
Now, having completed the textbook, I don’t think I tamsm do that. Most of this appears in the glossary at the end of the book, but I recall one case where I had to use an external dictionary.