A Reference Grammar of Modern Standard Arabic: Contents

  title={A Reference Grammar of Modern Standard Arabic: Contents},
  author={Karin Christina Ryding},
  • K. Ryding
  • Published 1 August 2005
  • Computer Science
A Reference Grammar of Modern Standard Arabic is a comprehensive handbook on the structure of Arabic. Keeping technical terminology to a minimum, it provides a detailed yet accessible overview of Modern Standard Arabic in which the essential aspects of its phonology, morphology, and syntax can be readily looked up and understood. Accompanied by extensive carefully chosen examples, it will prove invaluable as a practical guide for supporting students’ textbooks, classroom work, or self-study and… 
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