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Qamusul Jaib Fil I'rab By Antoine El-Dahdah, Arabic
[B#6454 5C2 PB A5 214pp Librairie du Liban , A Pocket Dictionary of Grammatical Analysis, Color Coded]

Qamusul Jaib Fil I'rab
(Arabic Book)

A Pocket Dictionary of Grammatical Analysis
By Antoine El-Dahdah (Ambassador)
Paperback 214 Pages 
Size A5
ISBN : 9789953336725
Publisher : Librairie du Liban Publishers

About The Book

A Pocket Dictionary of Grammatical Analysis Arabic-Arabic (it is Called This but ironically it is not Pocket Size, it is A5 Size).

Color Coded for easy reference. grammatical analysis  of Arabic Grammar. It Gives Example of Sentence and then Analysis and the explanation of Rules.

About The Author

Antoine el-Dahdah is Professor of the Humanities and Director of the Humanities Research Center (HRC). He studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and at Harvard University, Graduate School of Design.


978-9953336725

Weight: 355

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