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Arabisch ohne Mühe heute

1 book
Dominique Halbout & Jean-Jacques Schmidt - Adaptation : Daniel Krasa
Collection With Ease
- (A1-A2) Beginner & False beginner > (B2) Intermediate
German Source language: GERMAN
Arabic Studied language: ARABIC

A 832-page book with 77 lessons

€ 28,34

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Arabic course for German speakers

Arabic is the official language of 22 countries, accounting for approx. 300 million Arabic speakers worldwide. The Arabic taught is that of the press, radio and television: practically the same throughout the Arabic-speaking world. This common language, known as unified modern Arabic, is very close to classic or literary Arabic.

You are introduced very progressively to Arabic characters and the rudiments of the language. You easily learn to read and assimilate many simple constructions and phrases used in everyday life. Gradually, you gain the means to make yourself understood in an Arabic-speaking country. The tips accompanying the lessons guide you step by step to independence. Once you have finished, you will be able to understand the press and radio and express yourself in all common situations in everyday life.

  • Lively, useful dialogue
  • Carefully-constructed progression
  • Exercises and revision


Recordings of all the texts and translation exercises are available separately. Recorded by Arabic-speaking actors, they are a vital learning asset. The title is:ٱللّغةٱلعربيّة -

4 audio CDs (9782700512427),  1 USB stick (9782700518252) or 1 MP3 download (3135414906819).

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