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Arabic For Beginners

Arabic For Beginners

by Syed Ali

  • Updated edition of the popular guide
  • Model sentences and vocabulary lists
  • Comprehensive grammar
  • Irregular plural forms indicated
  • Imperfect verb form lists with tenses
  • Selections in Arabic from prose and poetry of eminent writers

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$13.95
Beginner’s Croatian with 2 Audio CDs

Beginner’s Croatian with 2 Audio CDs

by Aida Vidan and Robert Niebuhr

Croatia is across the Adriatic Sea from Italy’s eastern coast, and has the unique position of being a Central European and Mediterranean country. It has a population of four-and-a-half million people, and the official language is Croatian, written in the Latin alphabet.

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$32.00
Beginner’s Serbian with 2 Audio CDS

Beginner’s Serbian with 2 Audio CDS

by Aida Vidan and Robert Niebuhr


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The Republic of Serbia is located on the Balkan Peninsula at the crossroads between Central, Southern, and Eastern Europe. It emerged after the dissolution, and subsequent wars, of Yugoslavia in the 1990's. The majority of its ten million inhabitants are Serbs and the official language is Serbian, written in both the Cyrillic and Latin alphabets.

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$29.95
Beginner’s Sicilian

Beginner’s Sicilian

by Joseph F. Privitera, Ph.D.

Designed to meet the bilingual needs of the traveling businessperson, tourist, and student, Beginner’s Sicilian takes its reader first through the country’s rich history and culture, acquainting you with social customs, restaurant practices and transportation systems. Then, this easy to use guide teaches the basics of grammar structures, vocabulary, and useful phrases all within a short and simple text, putting everything the beginning traveler will need to start his appreciation of the Sicilian language and culture.

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$11.95
Beginner's Albanian with 2 Audio CDs

Beginner's Albanian with 2 Audio CDs

by Anila Mayhew


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Learn Albanian, spoken by 5.8 million people worldwide, and an official language of Albania and Kosovo. Under the Ottoman Empire, teaching Albanian was forbidden and its existence today speaks to the fierce preservation and pride of the Albanian people. Modern standard Albanian is a combination of the two main dialects, Tosk and Gheg.

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$29.95


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