Arabic Stories For Language Learners: Traditional Middle by Hezi Brosh, Lutfi Mansur
By Hezi Brosh, Lutfi Mansur
Arabic tales for Language Learners—a language studying adventure for newbie to intermediate students.
The conventional tales of a rustic are precious at offering perception into realizing the tradition, historical past and language of a humans. The sixty-six tales present in Arabic tales for Language Learners current the vocabulary and grammar used daily in Arabic-speaking nations. Pulled from a large choice of assets which have been edited and simplified for studying reasons, those tales are provided in parallel Arabic and English, facilitating language studying within the lecture room and through self-study. each one tale is by way of a sequence of questions in Arabic and English to check comprehension and inspire discussion.
Arabic tales for Language Learners brings Arab tradition to lifestyles in a colourful and instant approach. whether or now not you may have a operating wisdom of Arabic, this ebook supplies readers a tantalizing creation to the knowledge and humor of those historical desert-dwelling peoples. An audio CD in Arabic and English is helping scholars of Arabic increase their pronunciation and inflection, and immerses non-students into the uniquely Arabic storytelling variety.
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Administrative registers represent a major data source. However, the rules applied are strictly linked to administrative regulations and are not necessarily in accordance with international statistical recommendations. The following variables may be available at the individual level in administrative data sources and may serve to identify and characterise the population with foreign backgrounds: – – – – – – – – current citizenship or nationality; ethnic nationality or race; citizenship at birth; current citizenship of the parents and their citizenship at birth; country of birth; country of birth of the parents; year of and age at immigration; previous citizenship in case of naturalisation.
Many language groups are small. It is therefore recommended that at least an open answer box be included for indicating any other language than the ones speciﬁed. Countries should explain the chosen concepts and deﬁnitions, and document the classiﬁcation procedures for languages in the census documentation and reports. Classiﬁcations should be comprehensive and include highly speciﬁc language groups, separate languages, regional dialects as well as artiﬁcial and sign languages. 3. Statistical surveys Statistical surveys may include questions on country of citizenship and country of birth or questions about language that make it possible to identify and characterise the population with foreign backgrounds.
Unlike administrative registers, censuses may include information on language and people may be asked questions with respect to the following dimensions: – “mother tongue”, often deﬁned as the ﬁrst language spoken in early childhood at home; – “main language”, often deﬁned as the language which the person commands best; – language(s) most currently spoken at home and/or at work; – knowledge of language(s), deﬁned as the ability to understand, speak, read and/or write one or more designated languages.