By Kristine K. Kershul
ARABIC in 10 mins an afternoon® booklet 132-page illustrated workbook complete colour all through geared up in 25 effortless steps, through crucial different types a hundred and fifty Sticky Labels for domestic and workplace Ready-made Flash playing cards Cut-out Menu advisor Pronunciation advisor Over three hundred loose phrases thesaurus of over 2,000 new phrases, definitions and pronunciation ARABIC in 10 mins an afternoon® CD-ROM integrated with the ten mins an afternoon® publication targeted language studying software program good points interactive Sticky Labels, Flash playing cards, colours and Numbers See and listen to the phrases as you play with them in your laptop monitor computing device and Mac pleasant even if you're making plans a visit to Morocco, Egypt, or any of the 25 unique international locations the place Arabic is spoken, you'll want to carry alongside your language abilities and ARABIC in 10 mins an afternoon® with CD-ROM is simply the price ticket! With a spotlight on sensible phrases and words which each visitor wishes, the e-book and interactive CD-ROM supply a simple, step by step procedure including precious examine instruments and enjoyable, laptop actions and video games. excellent for college kids, tourists and overseas executives world wide!
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For example, Russian lacks articles and the verb to be in the present tense; Chinese almost totally lacks inflections, while French has the possessive structure X de Y ('X of Y') but nothing corresponding to Y's X in English. Likewise, simple CV syllable structure is widespread, and some languages, such as those of the Polynesian family, have few or no phonologically marked sounds. However, most languages have at most a few of the features from this list, and those that have several are usually complex in other respects; for example, although Chinese lacks inflections it makes very extensive use of tones in its phonology; although Russian lacks a copula and articles, it has a rich system of noun cases and inflections for nouns, verbs and adjectives.
The various pidgins and creoles of West Africa similarly seem to have their origins in both seafaring and trade. 2 - was brought to West Africa by mariners on Portuguese ships. There it became the lingua franca of the slave trade, and the forerunner of the Portuguese-lexicon creoles spoken today in Guine, Cape Verde, Sao Tome, Angolar and Anno bon. It may also have been the precursor of the English pidgin which is today widely spoken in West Africa (West African Pidgin English, or WAPE) and which in some parts of Nigeria is now a creole with native speakers of its own.
Haus i-bik 'the house is big' (in fact adjectives which follow the noun (predicative adjectives) behave like verbs in Melanesian Pidgin, taking the same tense markers bin and bai ). 4 There is no definite or indefinite article (the or a) In fact ol (which also means 'they') is sometimes used like a definite article in the plural (and thus helps to make up for the lack of plural morphology), as in ol meri, 'the women'. Apart from this, articles are absent from Melanesian Pidgin. 1 are in fact fairly typical of pidgin grammars.
ARABIC in 10 minutes a day by Kristine K. Kershul