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    I also found

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      Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

      here is the first book like this.
      it is dated 1856- 1888 Is the first or second edition

      http://books.google.com/books?id=IilZghQnp4sC&oe=UTF-8

      You can see this book and download it in PDF format


      http://www.amazon.com/Practical-Gram...0357168&sr=1-2

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        Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

        Here is Arabic English dictionary (Pages 1278)
        downloadable here

        http://www.archive.org/details/cu31924026873194

        All them pages and it hasnt got the word for computer or space rocket!!!!!!

        written in 1884

        here is the english Arabic version (for some reason not dowloadable now)

        http://www.archive.org/details/engli...icdi01steigoog

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          Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

          http://www.scribd.com/doc/9739710/Arabic-Grammar

          This is the older version of the Haywood Arabic grammar, as in it was based on this old book. Nahmad and Haywood even mention this book in the introduction.

          google copy of the book

          http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=D...age&q=&f=false

          I also found here as a download

          http://www.archive.org/details/arabi...rofw00hardiala

          It is nice to see it in a clearer print


          As for the above books Haywoods looks very much like Thatchers orginal books ( at first glance ) So here are the Answer keys for Haywoods and Thatchers book


          http://www.archive.org/details/cu31924026847081

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            Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

            Please go to 240 on this thread for the links

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              Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

              Here is a book on Quanic grammatical Arabic (by rev davies)

              http://www.archive.org/details/cu31924026852537

              we still think rev thatchers is better and easies on the eyes (note he has a different approach)


              heres one by duncan forbes

              http://www.archive.org/details/gramm...earab025203mbp

              This one is for:-
              For the use of young men preparing for the east Indea civil service;
              and also for the use of self-instructing student in general???!!!
              (Mash Allah)

              I think that means teach yourself in todays language)

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                Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                SabhanAllah:

                They looked at Grammar in both languages to learn Arabic.

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                  Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                  And if you want a modern grammar version

                  modern meaning colour, diagrams, tables,
                  and titles such as lets count in Arabic numbers and get a headache I found this one for Nahw and sarf in English
                  they are lecture notes


                  http://www.archive.org/details/Arabi...arLectureNotes

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                    Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                    Someone did mention today that they know Urdu but do not know Arabic.
                    Here is some in Urdu - ie to learn Arabic

                    http://www.archive.org/search.php?qu...n%3Aopensource

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                      Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                      It would of been nice to have the text for this Audio and a native speaker.

                      http://www.archive.org/details/arabi..._1009_librivox

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                        Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                        http://rapidshare.com/files/80273349...e_Grammar.djvu

                        A comprehensive reference grammar of literary Arabic as it is written today. Discusses all the morphological and syntactical aspects of the language, beginning with basic elements such as the alphabet, the vowel signs, nouns, adjectives and adverbs, and proceeding to more complex structures such as conditional sentences, relative clauses, adverbials, and so on. Contains about 12000 examples. Compiled by Ron Buckley of the University of Manchester.

                        Hardcover: 1039 pages

                        this is in djvu format, so you will need to have something to open it.

                        http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listi...condition=used

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                          Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                          http://www.amazon.co.uk/Modern-Liter...0829009&sr=8-2

                          cheaper on Amazon uk

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                            Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                            Originally posted by anitalg View Post
                            I want to know if anyone can recommend me a book for low intermediate level. I want a book with explanations in English because an only arabic book is too difficult for me.
                            I was using Read and Speak arabic and I want to continue studying by myself with books that I can download!

                            Thanks in advance!
                            Do you find you book.

                            Or were you just testing???!!!

                            As we had problems with the author of this book on this web site??!!!

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                              The Grammar of the old Arabic English books

                              http://www.archive.org/details/aconc...mmar00barrgoog

                              I have found some of these books useful, to find out their great desire to teach Arabic. I have also read a few books that are of modern standard and find their text to be very similar to these books. IE they copy the text for their books. But they are dead 'for over the 70 year limit' so its ok I guess.

                              A CONCISE GRAMMAE OP THE ARABIC LANGUAGE

                              1861.

                              The Qrammar now offered to the Public is the
                              result of a conviction long entertained, that we
                              pay in England far too little attention to the
                              Arabic language. The importance of that language
                              to the study of Hebrew, the living to the dead,
                              can scarcely be overrated, for almost, if not quite,
                              every Hebrew root has its place in Arabic Lexicons.
                              The language of the Koran is also the sacred tongue
                              of Mohammedanism throughout the world, and is
                              the native speech of a very large proportion of
                              the empire which Christian powers have saved
                              from annihilation. To attempt the conversion of
                              the Moslem subjects of Turkey to the Christian
                              faith, is, as it appears to me, an imperative duty :
                              but, in order to do this, we must be able to hold
                              familiar intercourse with them. The absence of a
                              compendious introduction to Arabic Grammar for
                              the use of English students, is a serious impe-
                              diment to the acquisition of the language. For
                              those who desire to pursue their studies into
                              elaborate detail, nothing better than De Sacy's
                              Orammaire Arabe can be desired. It is full of
                              research, is accurate and comprehensive. Its very
                              size, however, renders it a tedious book for be-
                              ginners, and it appeared to me possible to compress
                              into a short manual the main principles of the
                              languaga The distinction between the Vulgar and
                              the Written Arabic is not more than the distinction
                              between the speech of a ploughboy and the essay
                              of a philosopher ; I have not thought it necessary,
                              with some authors, to treat them as separate objects
                              of study. In the preparation of the present work
                              I have availed myself largely of the labours of pre-
                              ceding writers, and gladly acknowledge my especial
                              obligations to De Sacy, (of whose book Stewart's
                              is a poor abridgment,) to Caspari, and to the
                              Qrammar of the American Missionaries published
                              in Arabic at Beyrout for the use of Arab boys.
                              That I might have the advice of native philologists,
                              I visited CSairo for the third time last winter, and

                              obtained the assistance of Sheikh Ali Nady el
                              Barrany, one of the Sheikhs of the El Azhar
                              Mosque. My mode of proceeding was to translate
                              portions of the manuscript into Arabic and amend
                              or improve it according to his criticisms. He was
                              pleased to bestow a high commendation upon the
                              work, and made a special request that I would
                              connect his name with it on publication.

                              W. J. B.

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                                Re: Free arabic pdf Arabic review

                                Have finally found the misr school books and jaziri school books, will put link up next week InshaAllah, have been looking for them for 3 months now.

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