Let's Speak Arabic

Let's Speak Arabic : The Easiest, Most Fun and Effective Way to Learn to Speak Arabic

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Let's Speak Arabic is the easiest, most fun and effective way to learn to speak Arabic. Unlike other programs and books out there, it does not waste your time, energy and money teaching you the alphabet and how to read and write because your objective is to communicate with others in Arabic and not to read an Arabic newspaper or write an Arabic Novel. This program is perfect for total beginners and even for those who know a little bit of Arabic because it lays down a solid foundation that you can rely on to speak fluently. You can check out students reviews on Let's Speak Arabic website. The course is divided into 3 major levels each containing 5 classes. This is the fifth and last class in Level #1. Make sure to visit the website to solve additional exercises, take exams and learn more vocabulary after each class.Class 5 consists of two parts. One part is about the possessive adjectives whereby you will be able to make things belong to you in proper sentences like my house, my car, my son, our dogs, our phones, etc.. This class covers the “my” and “our” possessive adjectives only.The second part of the class is an intensive vocabulary section the office and the different body parts along with the verbs associated with themBy the end of this class you will be able to:–Use the ‘my’ and ‘our’ possessive adjectives in Arabic and say numerous sentences using all the previous vocabulary studied–Know the vocabulary of your office and your body–Learn the verbs associated with the office and the body senses along with extra vocabulary to help you build richer sentencesshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 52 pages
  • 152.4 x 209.55 x 3.05mm | 122.47g
  • Createspace Independent Pub
  • English
  • 1507824564
  • 9781507824566