1. Media Arabic (Essential Middle Eastern Vocabularies) (2012)
  2. Building Arabic Vocabulary Through Reading: For Advanced Students of MSA (2014)
  3. Media Arabic: A Coursebook for Reading Arabic News (2014)
  4. Advanced Media Arabic (2017)
  5. Media Arabic (1993)
  6. Focus on Contemporary Arabic: With Online Media (Conversations with Native Speakers) (2016)
  7. Media Arabic: A Coursebook for Reading Arabic News (2008)

Media Arabic (Essential Middle Eastern Vocabularies)  (2012)

Media Arabic (Essential Middle Eastern Vocabularies)

Gives you up-to-date expressions, jargon and new coinages for modern concepts in media Arabic. What is the Arabic term for the UN? What phrase would be used to describe ‘rogue state’ in the Arab media? Or ‘the Arab Spring’? This short, accessible vocabulary gives you ready-made lists of key terms…

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  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Author:  Elisabeth Kendall
  • Description: What is the Arabic for ‘the UN’? How does the Arabic media say ‘rogue state’? Or ‘Arab Spring’? This short, accessible vocabulary gives you ready-made lists of key terms in media Arabic for translating both from and into Arabic. This second edition has been revised and updated throughout and now includes an English-Arabic index. It also comes with a CD of audio files for you to check your pronunciation against and online interactive flashcards for you to test yourself and consolidate your knowledge. Divided into 8 key areas: General (reports, statements, sources, common media idioms) – Politics & Government – Elections – Military – Law and Order – Economics – Trade & Industry – Aid & Development

 

Building Arabic Vocabulary Through Reading: For Advanced Students of MSA

Building Arabic Vocabulary Through Reading: For Advanced Students of MSA

Buy Building Arabic Vocabulary Through Reading: For Advanced Students of MSA by Nariman Naili Al-Warraki, Nadia Harb (ISBN: 9789774166136) from Amazon’s Book Store. Free UK delivery on eligible orders.

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  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Author: Nariman Naili Al-Warraki, Nadia Harb
  • Description: Advanced and High Intermediate Arabic learners can benefit greatly from reading texts that cover a broad range of different themes, to build their vocabulary and attain a higher proficiency level. The authors of this textbook have carefully selected a lively variety of texts that cover controversial issues and current events, which are likely to arouse students’ attention and interest. In the course of reading to learn, students will not only practice strategies (skimming, scanning, careful reading and guessing for vocabulary recognition), but they will also engage more deeply in the material as informative of Arab and Egyptian society, politics, and culture.Another important objective is to direct the attention of the student to MSA connectors, which are essential for comprehension. Readers will begin to notice high-frequency words and idiomatic expressions in multiple contexts, reinforcing their retention and ability to then use them in discussion.

 

 

Media Arabic: A Coursebook for Reading Arabic News (2014)

Media Arabic: A Coursebook for Reading Arabic News

In light of the rapidly growing number of people studying Arabic-in academia, governments, NGOs, and business-Media Arabic is a unique and timely learning tool for anyone looking to access news information from this important global region firsthand. Media Arabic introduces the language of the ne…

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  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Author:  Alaa Elgibali, Nevenka Korica
  • Description: In light of the rapidly growing number of people studying Arabic-in academia, governments, NGOs, and business-Media Arabic is a unique and timely learning tool for anyone looking to access news information from this important global region firsthand. Media Arabic introduces the language of the newspapers, magazines, and internet news sites to intermediate and advanced level students of Modern Standard Arabic. Using this textbook, students will be able to master core vocabulary and structures typical of front-page news, recognize various modes of coverage, distinguish fact from opinion, detect bias, and read critically in Arabic.

Media Arabic (1993)

Media Arabic (The New Edinburgh Islamic Surveys)

Buy Media Arabic (The New Edinburgh Islamic Surveys) Reprint by Julia Ashtiany Bray (ISBN: 9780748603671) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

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  • Publication Date: 1993
  • Author: Julia Ashtiany Bray
  • Description: Designed for use in the classroom, but equally suitable for self-study, Media Arabic provides the basic skills required for comprehension and news gathering from Arabic radio, TV and newspapers. Based on recent news material from newspapers and the spoken media, the course assumes knowledge of no more than the basic grammar and a restricted vocabulary, and can be used by undergraduate students, businessmen and journalists.

Advanced Media Arabic (2017)

Advanced Media Arabic

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  • Publication Date: 2017
  • Author:  El Mustapha Lahlali
  • Description: Headlines–print and broadcast–have gone global. As a result, news and information from authentic sources make a useful resource for foreign language learners. Advanced Media Arabic, Second Edition systematically introduces authentic texts and audio files from a wide variety of media sources. This textbook helps students develop analytical and translation skills in Arabic and expand their reading, writing, listening, and speaking capabilities. The very successful first edition has been updated in a variety of ways, including: – New texts and audio for each module, including radio as well as TV materials – A new module on The Language of Revolutions and another on Language and Culture – New and more extensive exercises – New audio and vocabulary lists- Updated color design for the interior. Each chapter provides important vocabulary; examples of language in context; exercises for reading and listening comprehension, writing, and translation; and a section for discussion and debate.

Media Arabic: A Coursebook for Reading Arabic News (2008)

Media Arabic: A Coursebook for Reading Arabic News

Buy Media Arabic: A Coursebook for Reading Arabic News by Alaa Elgibali, Nevenka Korica (ISBN: 9789774161087) from Amazon’s Book Store. Free UK delivery on eligible orders.

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  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Author:   Alaa Elgibali, Nevenka Korica
  • Description: This is an essential activities book for learning to read the news in Arabic. In light of the rapidly growing number of people studying Arabic – in academia, governments, NGOs, and business – “Media Arabic” is a unique and timely learning tool for anyone looking to access news information from this important global region firsthand. “Media Arabic” introduces the language of the newspapers, magazines, and internet news sites to intermediate and advanced-level students of Modern Standard Arabic. Using this textbook, students will be able to master core vocabulary and structures typical of front-page news, recognize various modes of coverage, distinguish fact from opinion, detect bias, and read critically in Arabic.

Focus on Contemporary Arabic: With Online Media (Conversations with Native Speakers) (2016)

Focus on Contemporary Arabic: With Online Media (Conversations with Native Speakers)

Buy Focus on Contemporary Arabic: With Online Media (Conversations with Native Speakers) by Shukri Abed (ISBN: 9780300224047) from Amazon’s Book Store. Free UK delivery on eligible orders.

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  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Author:   Shukri Abed
  • Description: Focus on Contemporary Arabic is the fifth volume in the Conversations with Native Speakers series, which strives to offer pioneering multimedia language materials to students at the intermediate and advanced levels. These programs consist of a slim, user-friendly student textbook and accompanying online media that features interviews with a variety of native speakers filmed in the target language. These speakers represent all areas of the cultural spectrum, offering a realistic view of the diversity of the native-speaking populations of the target language. The video interviews broach an assortment of socially and culturally relevant topics and present students of the language with a glimpse into the complexity of both the language and the culture.