Lessons in Teaching Arabic Phonetics to non-native speakers

Dr. Abdul Rahman bin Ibrahim Al-Fawzan (author) , Arabic For All (publisher)

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Phonetics book offers students:

Thirty lessons present Arabic sounds in different ways.
Exercises on Arabic pronunciation and distinguishing them when they are heard.
A large number of minimal pairs to practice phonetic differentiation.
A large number of Quranic verses to practice phonetic dismantling.
Phonetics book offers teachers:

Lessons (Benefits/ tips) in teaching of Arabic phonetics from both sides: theoretical and applied.
Lessons in the agreement and difference in the place of articulation and in the well-known qualities between two phonemes (target and alternative).
Instructions on how to teach phonetics in general.
Instructions on how to present phonetics lessons.
Instructions on how to conduct phonetics exercises.

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Arabic was the language of the Prophet Ishmael (A.S), the son of the Prophet Ibrahim (A.S). They were called pure Arabs. Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was also a descendant of Ishmael (A.S) and the language of his family, the Quraysh, was the most eloquent of all languages. Allah Almighty also revealed the Holy Quran in this language.

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