Arabic by Nadira Auty, Rachael Harris, Clive Holes (auth.)

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_ If we wrote an imaginary word consisting of three 'b's together, we would therefore have: ~ (Remember to read right to left) . I The letter (called in Arabic alif), when written by itself, is a single down stroke. Usually, it marks a long 'aa' vowel. When it follows baa, it joins onto it: L. ). If we repeat these two letters again: LL we have written the word baabaa, which is the Arabic equivalent of 'Daddy'. Notice that 1 never joins on to the letter which follows it. _, after 4 we get (pronounced 'baab') and meaning 'door'.

Listen to the recording. How much does an ordinary room cost? Mark off the correct picture. "ii"'Y'V' =-==- 10 - 10 f-- Listen to the recording. The receptionist is on the phone giving the prices of the different kinds of rooms they have at the Jordan Hotel. (a) What kind of rooms do they have? 59) (b) What are the prices? Note: mufrada single, ghurfa ma9a 'a9da Sghiira small suite (lit. a room with a small sitting area) 9 Your tum to speak. Your friend has asked you to find out about the prices of single rooms in some hotels in Jordan, and to book him a room for three days in the cheapest hotel.

Like, tHibbu you (pi) like) and so on. But in the dialogue you hear Munir say bafaDDil rather than afaDDil for 'I prefer'. In most areas of Jordan, Syria, Palestine (and Egypt) a b- or bi- prefix is added at the beginning of non-past forms to indicate present and future time. We will call this the 'B-prefix'. Here is the verb 'to like, love' with the B-prefix. g. maa baHibb shaay I don't like tea. The B-prefix is not used on any verb which follows another non-past verb, or when following certain words like bidd want, mumkin possible/can, laazim must/have to.

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