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Lebanese Idioms of Levantine Arabic - cover

Lebanese Idioms of Levantine Arabic

Borhan Ahmad

Publisher: Borhan Ahmad

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"Lebanese Idioms of Levantine Arabic" is the latest book in the series that tackle the Levantine Arabic idioms. The book concentrates on Levantine idioms in Lebanon and is suitable for intermediate and advanced learners of Levantine Arabic.- “Teshkeel” is added to the Arabic script to make reading easier.- We have broken the words into syllables and added them in italic. Breaking the words into syllable is a great spelling strategy to help you spell long words.Number of Pages: 53.Language: English - Arabic

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