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Mahfouz and his work
Egyptian State Information Service
Encyclopedia of the
Mahfouz, 8 December, 1988, on receiving the Nobel Prize for
Biographical note on
Taha Hussein Museum
the Arabic Language
Program at the University of Pennsylvania
Universities Teaching Arabic
An interactive course for beginners with text, sound,
transcriptions and translations. It teaches writing and reading in the form of
conversations. The first 12 lessons are free of charge.
An extensive website, with the emphasis on Modern
Standard Arabic. There are several
vocabulary lists covering
thousands of words, and also resources for learning
including a standard textbook which can be downloaded free of charge. Students who already
know some words and a little grammar can develop their reading skills with Harvard's
interactive Arabic texts which
use a "point and click" system to look up the meaning of words.
Virtual Language Lab
At the University of Pennsylvania offers 12 audio lessons.
beginners' course on CD ROM which can be sampled and purchased
over the Internet.
An interactive guide to Arabic
and grammar which can be purchased over the Internet. It is aimed mainly at younger
Let's Learn Arabic
course devised by Roger Allen of Pennsylvania University. Dialogues are in RealAudio.
info about all languages, including