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Spoken Arabic For Foreigners vol. I
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Spoken Arabic For Foreigners vol. I

By Moin Halloun

Jerusalem: Bethlehem University, 1996. 1st Edition . Soft cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 6.5" x 9.5. p/b 222 pages, condition is very good, minor edge wear. An owners name to the flyleaf.

$101.72

A Practical Dictionary of the Standard Dialect spoken in Palestine vol. I English-Arabic
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A Practical Dictionary of the Standard Dialect spoken in Palestine vol. I English-Arabic

By Moin Halloun

Jerusalem: Bethlehem University, 1997. Soft cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 6.5" x 9.5. p/b 392 pages, condition is very good, minor edge wear. An owners name to the flyleaf.

$67.82

McDougall's Suggestive Lessons in English: Teachers Book

By editor

London & Edinburgh: McDougalls Educational Co Ltd, 1000. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 5" x 7.25. H/B pages not numbered but there are 70 pages, the front flyleaf and board cover and the rear flyleaf and board cover are tanned there are also ink lines on the front board following the design on the cover. there is no date to the publication although the prices quoted are in LSD.

$13.56

Basic English for Polish Students. Adapted by Cecilia Halpern from the Basic Step by Step by C. K. Ogden
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Basic English for Polish Students. Adapted by Cecilia Halpern from the Basic Step by Step by C. K. Ogden

By Cecilia Halpern

Evans Brothers Limited, 1940. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 5.5" X 8.5. H/B 178 pages, condition is Very Good, an owners name to the front cover.

$67.82

A Kamba Grammar
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A Kamba Grammar

By E.M.F

UK: Africa Inland Mission, 1957. Paperback. Very Good. 12" x 8. Quarto. Soft brown cloth cover over roneod sheets which are stapled through. PREFACE i In- preparing this KwMBA GrammaR the object has been to arrange the material so as to be the most helpful to those just beginning to. study the language', and as a teaching guide for Europeans, Several grammars of different languages have .been consulted for help as to terms and. order of contents. This Grammar is by no means exhaustive in its material, but we.:: have tried to incorporate all tiie principles and rules that ' have been established to date. .There are different dialects in different districts, for there are over 600,000 .akamba; 'but the Grammar is based on that spoken in the center of the Machakos area. . The Kamba language belongs to the Bantu family of . languages. These use the "syllabic system" in.contrast to consonant-languages. It is very regular, with few exceptions to rule.. This work is put out under the auspices -of the AFRICA INLAND MISSION. . 1952 . k number of corrections have been made in the GRAMMAR and isDPPLMNTiifiY; SENTENCES added. 1957 E. M. F.

$203.45

The Newfoundland Tongue
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The Newfoundland Tongue

By Strowbridge, Nellie P

UK: Flanker Press, 2008. Paperback. Very Good. 8.8 x 6 x 0.6 inches. You think you've heard everything about Newfoundland and Labrador, but . . . Have you had a meal of padre? Have you ever seen a shalandi? Have you heard of basket soup? Would you find the term dry dough offensive? You've tried figgy duff, but have you eaten cod sounds? Work your tongue through conversational one-liners and much more! This book is a tribute to Newfoundland's unique culture and way of life. It explores the province's history and folklore, placing a particular emphasis on traditional language, speech, expressions, and dialect. Read, and experience Newfoundland's Old English and Irish roots as they come to the fore!

$30.52

A Century of Yorkshire Dialect: Selections from the "Transactions of the Yorkshire Dialect Society

By \kellett, Arnold & Dewhirst, Ian

UK: Smith Settle Ltd., 1997. Paperback. Very Good. 23.8 x 15.6 x 1.6 cm. p/b 245 pages condition is very good.

$16.95