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    supplements and test

    http://www.esnips.com/web/AlAjrumiyyah
    new for Ajrumiyyah, 2 and 3 on the first page one is a test the other a summary chart

    http://www.esnips.com/web/ArabicIraabSupplements
    the 1st is a supplement on nawh Iraab
    the 2nd is Morphology by a hanafi brother who is teaching an Alim couse somewhere.

    http://www.esnips.com/web/ArabicNumberstime/
    he is 2 pages on Rules of Numbers in Arabic

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      Alkitab assasi

      The above book will be out with CD and in new edition format in April 2009.

      http://www.aucpress.com/showCategory.aspx?Categoryid=10

      Price is $34

      I found my (got from a relative) old version of book one.

      The price in the UK is about 32 pounds from Amazon and the distributors,
      she (distributor) will get back to me as I complained about the price.

      The price in Amazon usa 25$

      http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw...Kitab+al-asasi

      and then they wonder why people copy and put them on the internet.

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        The Phonology and Morphology of Arabic

        http://www.scribd.com/doc/11989484/T...logy-of-Arabic

        This is an account of the phonology and morphology of modern spoken Arabic, the first to be published in any language and based largely on the author's research. Dr Watson's approach is theoretically innovative and aware, but accessible to Arabic language specialists outside linguistics. Broad in coverage, this is an important and pioneering book.

        I was disappointed expected something in Arabic not English and trasliteration

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          The Jazariyyah (tajweed) Poem

          The Jazariyyah (tajweed) Poem

          http://www.esnips.com/web/ArabicLevel1/

          I uploaded this here but I didn't have a folder for this.

          Please can someone inform the Tajweed part or Quran part of this forum.

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            Alkitab assasi (over priced in the UK)

            As far as I can tell the CD is related only to the first 13 chapters of this book.
            So you could be better of using the free download version of the book.
            I do recommend this book a lot with Madinah book and baynaydak book.

            Dear Umu,

            These titles are not yet published. Due in America on the 15th March 2009 and will take up to 6 weeks to reach Turpin. Do you require us to invoice you? If so we will require your full name and address.

            Kind regards
            Turpin Distribution Services Ltd
            -----Original Message-----
            Sent: 10 February 2009 23:17
            To: ESP
            Subject: RE: For the attention of Z M
            The price in America & Eygpt is $34.99.
            What will be the price be in the UK.

            Thank You

            Maz

            Dear Uma,

            The sterling price of each volume is £32.95.


            Kind regards
            On behalf of the
            Eurospan Customer Services

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              Colligraphy

              http://www.scribd.com/doc/12250975/Islamic-Culture
              Early Arabic Colligraphy

              others on poetry
              http://www.scribd.com/doc/12251012/O...Central-Arabia
              poerty - how do you learn it like this?

              http://www.scribd.com/doc/12250462/Al-Mutanabbi
              ? on this guy even being a Muslim

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                Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                365 Success Quotes in Arabic
                Raaoof Shabayek | PDF
                http://www.scribd.com/doc/12334939/3...cess-Quotes-20

                It is very beautiful book include 365 quotes about success as a one quote every day.

                looks fun

                Paolo Acquaviva, “Lexical Plurals: A Morphosemantic Approach (Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics)” Oxford University Press, USA | 2008-05-15 | ISBN: 0199534225 | 312 pages |

                http://www.scribd.com/doc/12334906/Lexical-Plurals
                P195-232= Arabic
                I would like the Arabic fonts there but again I’ve put it up

                This book explores the wide variety of cases in which the plural of nouns is lexical. When a plural is lexicalized it becomes part of what it is to know a certain word: pence, for example, is lexical because it means a plurality of a certain kind - a multiple value, not a set of physical objects like pennies - and knowing this reading is knowing the word. Languages exhibit countless examples of similar word-dependent irregularities in the form and meaning of plural, but these have never been analyzed in depth from a unified perspective. Dr. Acquaviva aims to do just that, using analytic tools from formal semantics and theoretical morphology to shed light on the relation between grammar and the lexicon. After an introduction setting out his approach he divides the book into two parts. The first gives a structured description of the ways plurality can be lexicalized with an emphasis on description and categorization. The second analyzes in depth different types of lexical plurals in Italian, Irish, Arabic and Breton. A final chapter spells out the theoretical consequences for the analysis of the lexicon. The book is unusual in combining a broad typological classification with a unified morphological and semantic analysis based on a formal framework.

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                  Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                  :jkk: for those, looks interesting n something a bit different
                  .: Rufaida :.
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                    Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                    I will Inshallah be putting 5 books from Naguib Mahfouz this week.

                    I would not normally put these books up but there is a reading book of his for the EDEXCEL board for the A level Arabic for the Literature section. It maybe in this 5 collection.

                    I asked a brother in Saudi who studied Sharia at a Universitry and works for the Education department in Saudi the following question on Skype..

                    [9:33:55 AM] maz shaz says: Is Naguib Mahfouz a Fasik, Munafic or a Kafir

                    He does not know English very well but he can read the word Fasik, Munafic and Kafir good enough.
                    His reply in Arabic was

                    sallam
                    [7:09:41 PM] ..says: hi
                    [7:09:47 PM] ..says: maz
                    [7:10:00 PM] maz shaz says: salat
                    [7:10:06 PM] ..says: ok
                    [7:10:36 PM] ..: لاشك انه من الكفار
                    [7:17:46 PM] maz shaz says: ok

                    Again most people who win the Noble prize are not on Quran and Sunnah and do not judge by it.

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                      Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                      here is my first pdf file French(not sure?) (Arabic)

                      It is 1285 pages long, from the Arabic it looks very good.

                      It would be nice if some who know 's french could translate it into English and infact for their view.

                      http://d.scribd.com/docs/2kx6btx2hdc8wjp6g3a4.pdf

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                        Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                        This is called Standard Arabic, its not in pdf format but I have been told that its university standard

                        http://books.google.com/books?id=1nd...Arabic#PPA2,M1

                        Here is the Elementary Standard Arabic 1 (again not in pdf)

                        http://books.google.com/books?id=PcP...over&dq=Arabic

                        I have the PDF version of book 1 and 2 with the Audio. I think this is recommended by the EDEXCEL board for the GSCE Arabic.

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                          Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                          Writing Arabic: A liguistic approach (again not in pdf)

                          They look good but I have too much to go through each page at the moment.

                          http://books.google.com/books?id=3R8...Arabic#PPA8,M1

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                            Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                            A Reference Grammar of Modern Standard Arabic (Reference Grammars) (Paperback)
                            by Karin C. Ryding (Author)

                            http://books.google.com/books?id=hF_...rammar#PPP1,M1

                            Again not in pdf format.

                            But now you know what the book looks like inside.

                            It can be download but you have to download all 3 files to download it and get it working.

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                              Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                              Here are the main books for Arabic Grammar in the google format

                              http://books.google.com/books?ct=res...Arabic+grammar

                              Here are the ones in Arabic

                              http://books.google.com/books?ct=result&q=Arabic

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                                Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                                http://www.scribd.com/doc/12651947/A...icals-in-Egypt

                                In 1854, American Presbyterian missionaries arrived in Egypt as part of a larger Anglo-American Protestant movement aiming for worldwide evangelization. Protected by British imperial power, and later by mounting American global influence, their enterprise flourished during the next century. American Evangelicals in Egypt follows the ongoing and often unexpected transformations initiated by missionary activities between the mid-nineteenth century and 1967--when the Six-Day Arab-Israeli War uprooted the Americans in Egypt.

                                Heather Sharkey uses Arabic and English sources to shed light on the many facets of missionary encounters with Egyptians. These occurred through institutions, such as schools and hospitals, and through literacy programs and rural development projects that anticipated later efforts of NGOs. To Egyptian Muslims and Coptic Christians, missionaries presented new models for civic participation and for women's roles in collective worship and community life. At the same time, missionary efforts to convert Muslims and reform Copts stimulated new forms of Egyptian social activism and prompted nationalists to enact laws restricting missionary activities. Faced by Islamic strictures and customs regarding apostasy and conversion, and by expectations regarding the proper structure of Christian-Muslim relations, missionaries in Egypt set off debates about religious liberty that reverberate even today. Ultimately, the missionary experience in Egypt led to reconsiderations of mission policy and evangelism in ways that had long-term repercussions for the culture of American Protestantism.

                                http://www.scribd.com/doc/12652928/Naguib-Mahfouzp1

                                http://www.scribd.com/doc/12655402/Naguib-Mahfouzp3

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