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The object of the verb “hide” is “man”, which is therefore in the object case.

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We hope our British readers will not take it amiss assimik we have tended, when a choice was necessary, to favor American spellings and usages color for colour, baggage for luggage, will for shall in most instances, and so on.

As you will need this formula constantly from now on, here it is in full: Cardinal Numbers from 1 to 10 If you like puzzles and games, Arabic numbers will amuse you; if not, a little playfulness of mind will help. The changes follow certain fixed schemas which we will look at in the course of the Lessons. You will have a little trouble at first with such specifically Arabic sounds as which we transcribe as 6 and whose name is e ayn ; 3 q ; and h.

Lesson 32 The lesson the second and the thirtieth Pronounce: This ending is either -eena or -ayna. Do you understand Arabic wwith

So although it not being strictly proven, a lot of things point to the Assimil approach as being the right way to go. It is similar to the American colloquialism, “What’s woth you? They have, instead, aspects, which say whether the ac- tion expressed is pending — that is, not yet com- pleted, and perhaps not yet begun hence, in a general way, present or future or completed, in fact or in imagination, hence usually but not always past.


For example, “May I smoke? We give the examples in English only so as to make clear the principle of the thing: Numbers will be dealt with in Lesson 1 5. Note that, when counting from 1 to 10, you should use the forms in the left-hand column.

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However, it re-appears when it is needed for a specific purpose — for example, to make clear that something will take place, may take place, or has taken place. The internal structure of Arabic words English words, in witb non-compounded forms, are complete units in themselves, each of which has its own history as a word.

Its name is the Oasis Restau- rant the Restaurant of the Oasis. Some books call it the in- direct case. Are you a tourist, sir? It matters for me because i worked through aasimil book and need more information for planning my futher studies. But if you don’t know them, you will find it very hard, in written Arabic, to grasp how words hang together in a sentence, how they “work” and why they behave as they do.

When, in Arabic script, the esae vowels are writ- ten, they are not written as letters easee as small strokes, straight or twisted, placed under or over the consonants that precede them, as we show below, using the consonant “d” to illustrate. Both in these special grammatical sections and in the Notes, grammar is dealt with in a very simpli- fied in fact over-simplified way.


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You other than tourist. Review b A noun is in the object case when it is the object of the verb. Have you a room for this gentleman? All verbs are “conjugated”. I have four children.

Excuse me 1sir ; I’m not disturbing you 2? In popular mythology, two people held together by the yoke of marriage walk the same path. These are, among other things, guides to pronunciation. You can see it change to a normal ‘alif in Sentence 4 of the Exercise below.

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The reason is that this case also has an adverbial function: And what about you ; do you want a room also? A verb is put in the “subjunctive mood” when it designates an action that is subordinate to or dependent on a wish, an intention, a purpose or a senti- ment hoping, fearing, etc.

This is the only rule to raabic. In the course of the lessons, you will see it written in various ways. At what time is dinner served here? It all started with a course for French speakers who wanted to learn English.

I am not sure if it applies to all Assimil courses. You will notice that, in all of them, one or another kind of “of” is either expressed or implied. This will allow you to practise reading complete pages of Arabic script without referring to the transcribed and translated text unless you need to.