Arabic Made Easy (Jewel Case)

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Manufacturer Description

-- Brand New CD-ROM. New packaging with different image than shown. -- Arabic Made Easy is an interactive CD-ROM that teaches formal written and spoken Arabic. It is designed with both the beginner through advanced student in mind. Learn the formal Arabic alphabet and beginning reading and writing principles. Practice the Egyptian dialect through exciting and realistic street scenes. Arabic Made Easy delivers more instruction, more effectively than many other higher priced products on the market today. In Arabic Made Easy enjoy exploring an Egyptian city! Practice the Egyptian dialect through exciting and realistic street scenes: converse with people on the street; dine with friends and order local cuisine; haggle with merchants plus much more. The sights and sounds of the city come alive. Over 1000 lines of professionally-recorded dialogue. Background sound gives you the feeling of being there. Exciting adventures await you. System Requirements: Windows 95/98/NT4/2000/ME/XP/Vista. Pentium 100 or faster. 32 MB RAM or more.

This program teaches the beginner general information about the Arabic culture, how to read and write classical Arabic, basic grammatical concepts of the Arabic language, and dialogue in the Egyptian dialect. The intermediate to advanced student will also be challenged, and will enjoy conversing in the dialogue section of the program.

Product Features

-- Brand New CD-ROM. New packaging with different image than shown. -- Gender Specific: Choose to engage in a conversation as male or a female. Arabic, unlike English, makes a distinction in the language between male and female. Become familiar with the responses according to your gender, then try the opposite. This is an excellent way to learn. Subtitles: Choose having subtitles when conversing or turn them off and rely solely on listening. Dialogue: Access the written version of a conversation at any time through a smaller window. Also, access a glossary of all vocabulary in the conversations. Notes: Learn the major differences between Classical Arabic and the Egyptian dialect. Appendix: Word lists of adjectives, foods, market items, telling time, nouns, verbs and conjugations, and much more.

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