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What textbooks still adhere to case endings? - UniLang

What textbooks still adhere to case endings?

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What textbooks still adhere to case endings?

Postby danger_dave_2014 » 2014-09-07, 17:26

I've been working with "L'Arabe Sans Peine" (2006), which has full case endings. (edit2: They start phasing it out from the recordings by lesson 30, but the text remains fully vowelled throughout). I wanted work in parallel with other learning materials, but all other books I have checked seem to be case droppers.

I'd rather stick to full case endings for a while. What else can I use?
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Re: What textbooks still adhere to case endings?

Postby Meera » 2014-09-10, 16:53

It's not a textbook but the Rosetta Stone program uses all the case endings.
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Re: What textbooks still adhere to case endings?

Postby danger_dave_2014 » 2014-09-13, 17:22

Got it, thanks a lot.

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Re: What textbooks still adhere to case endings?

Postby Meera » 2014-09-15, 20:49

No problem, I'm sure there are some textbooks that have them but I haven't used any or seen any.
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Re: What textbooks still adhere to case endings?

Postby Zireael » 2014-11-09, 14:18

The Madinah book/site uses vowelled texts including case endings.
Native:  (pl) Very advanced/near native:  (en-US)
Intermediate:  (es)
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Re: What textbooks still adhere to case endings?

Postby Serafín » 2014-11-17, 4:10

Schultz et al.'s (Standard Arabic: An elementary-intermediate course uses full 2i3raab throughout. So does Badawi et al.'s grammar Modern Written Grammar (not a textbook) in its romanization.


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