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The most important book for learning Spoken Arabic: The Spoken Lebanese Verb Dictionary from ALPS Beirut

The Alf fi3il w fi3il, (1001 Verbs) Dictionary is for anyone learning Spoken Lebanese. We are pleased to announce the newest book to our Lebneini w 2aktar method.

If you are a beginner you will love that:
The book has over 200 of the most frequently used verbs all grouped together in one section making them easy to find, learn and begin using.

The conjugation charts include present tense, past tense and the imperative form and are given in both Arabic and phonetic scripts how so you can confidently see and learn the pronunciation before you have mastered reading and writing in the Arabic script.

If you are a more advanced student you will love that:
The book follows as closely as possible the 10 verb forms in MSA and teaches you the similarities and differences in Spoken Lebanese – making your transition from MSA to the Spoken Language faster and easier.

There are over 1,300 verbs that cover all topics and you can easily look up any verb by Arabic or by English.

Every verb in the dictionary is also accompanied by a key letter (A,B,C,D, or E). This indicates how common the word typically is in the spoken language. A are the most common words such as “eat”, “go” or “give.” B is second most common. E is shows more specialized words.

Stop by ALPS Beirut to get your copy today for a limited time price of $30 or online at http://bit.ly/1B8gTIW

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  1. […] study. You’ll find over 1000 Spoken Lebanese Verbs arranged by how frequently they are used. Learn more or buy it […]

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