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kullu tamam! takes account of this diversity in two ways: it introduces the student to the language by means of Egyptian Colloquial Arabic Verbs: Exercise Book. For over ten years now, the Dutch edition of kullu tamam! has been used successfully as a textbook in first-year Arabic courses at university level in the. Kullu Tamam! book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. There are basically two types of Arabic: the local vernaculars-which ar.
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Students who already know Arabic will find Egyptian Arabic easier to learn if they can read the words in Arabic, rather than in transliteration.
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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. Two weeks ago, I travelled to Upper Egypt, where the dialect is very similar to Cairene Arabic, but has some pronunciation differences.
If you know that the word i'ra'—'read! Otherwise, you don't know if it's gi'ra', gi'rag, gigra', gigrag, igrag, i'rag, or i'ra' all wrong. The lessons introduce in the vocabulary lists vocabulary which doesn't appear in the dialogues. This is frustrating for me: I tend to remember vocabulary best when I learn it in context.
I suppose that for others, they may just be extra words. In the latter chapters, several lessons use vocabulary which does not appear in the vocabulary lists. 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. 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.
I have found the English-Arabic translation exercises to be the only ones that actually helped me improve my Arabic. I wish, too, that there were more full example sentences for the rules of grammar.
Several rules are given in seemingly arbitrary places, not having been used in the lesson-initial dialogues or readings. The stress accent rules of Egyptian Arabic are not very complicated, but are very important.
It would have been good to include them. The system of transliteration is pretty simple, but it's also unnecessary: That system might even have been a better choice. Lesson XVII teaches some of the basics of the Arabic script, but uses only material from previous lessons.
Now, having completed the textbook, I don't think I could do that.
There are, unfortunately, not many texts available for self-instruction. But your mileage may very well vary.
May 12, Guido Fierlbeck rated it really liked it. Still one of the best introductions to Egyptian Arabic on the market - by one of the best specialists. Also 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.
Also the German version contains more textual materials and more "extend your vocabulary" sections. The big plus of the English edition is tha accompanying CD with all the texts. And the big plus of all the editions: So - get yourself the German version plus the English one because of the CD and start learning.
Kullu tamam! : an introduction to Egyptian colloquial Arabic
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The accompanying audio CD carries recordings of the texts, made by Egyptian native speakers.