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Conjunctions and Interjections in Modern Standard Arabic

1st Edition

By Abdulkareem Said Ramadan

Routledge

178 pages

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Conjunctions and Interjections in Modern Standard Arabic is a grammar for Modern Standard Arabic introducing conjunctions and interjections from the most basic to the most advanced, with drills for each grammatical point. Skill in the use of conjunctions and interjections is essential for acquiring proficiency in expressing relationships of causation, order, time sequence and other relationships among events and ideas.

Each chapter presents the grammar of conjunctions and interjections in clearly organized tables with examples of each use. An additional section presents multiple drills for practice and functional use.

Aimed as a textbook for students for all four years of university Arabic, and for independent learners.

Table of Contents

Introduction

1- العطف Conjunction/ Syndetic coordination

2- الإضافة Addition

3- التشبيه Simile

4- التخصيص Specification

5- الاستدراك Amendment Particle/ Disjunctive

6- الوجوب واللزوم Necessity

7- الترتيب Order/ Assorting

8- الإمكانية Possibility

9- الاسم الموصولRelative Pronoun

10- الزمان والاستمراريةTime and continuity

11- الأدوات والوسائل Tools/ Means

12- الحال The circumstantial accusative/ Adverb of manner

13- السبب والتعليل Reason and reasoning

14- الاستثناء Exception

15- المقارنة Comparison

16- التوكيد Emphasis

17- التخيير Selection /Preference

18- تكرار النفي Negation Repetition

19- المفاجأة Surprise/ Suddenness

20-متفرقات Miscellaneous

21- أسماء الأفعالInterjections

22- الإجابات Answer key

23- Glossary

About the Author

Abdulkareem Said Ramadan is Associate Professor of Arabic, Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania. He earned his PhD in Arabic and Applied Linguistics at the University of Damascus where he also earned an MA in Arabic Syntax and Morphology and a BA in Arabic Language and Literature. He was the coordinator of the Arabic program at the Arabic Language Center at the University of Damascus, where he taught Arabic as a second language. He has taught at the Middlebury College Arabic School, Washington University in St Louis, and the University of Virginia, where he coordinated the Arabic program.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
LAN008000
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Journalism