A Frequency Dictionary of Contemporary Arabic Fiction provides a list of the top 2,000 words occurring in contemporary Arabic fiction.
Based on a written corpus that contains 144 literary samples, the dictionary addresses key areas of Arabic language learning and teaching, including lexical frequency, reading skills, and Arabic literature. Each entry in the main frequency index includes a sample sentence, English translation, and frequency indicator, and alphabetical and part-of-speech indexes are provided for ease of use. The dictionary also contains 19 thematically organized and frequency-ranked lists of words on a variety of topics, such as food, places, emotions, and nature.
Engaging and highly useful, this Frequency Dictionary is a valuable resource for students and instructors working in the area of TAFL, and for applied linguists interested in Arabic corpus linguistics.
Laila Familiar is Senior Lecturer of Arabic at New York University in Abu Dhabi and academic consultant at American Councils for International Education for the teaching of Arabic. She is author of two literature-based textbooks (published by Georgetown University Press) and a teacher trainer. To learn more, visit www.lailafamiliar.com
18.42 x 1.27 x 25.4 cm
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28 Sept. 2021