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Assimil Arabic Review – My honest opinion – My Love of Mornings

Home Board index Language Programs and Resources Assimil Arabic All about language programs, courses, websites and other learning resources. I know that official datas say that there are about words.

However i guess it’s by far less. In the German version there is no glossary but i think the French or English version could have one. Or there might be someone how wrote all words down and has a list. It matters for me because i worked through the book and need more information for planning my futher studies.


I would like to avoid buying a book and sending assimll back. My Assimil Arabic has 77 lessons for those who want to know which version i have. witj

Assimil Arabic with Ease Audio Book Part 1

I’ve never studied Arabic, but I’ve read several times that Assimil Arabic is the worst of the Assimil series. Hi, I would like to know how much words are in the Assimil Arabic course.

I would estimate the number to be somewhere between and However it would still be interesting for me to know how many words are in the glossary, because i’m thinking about memorizing it, because it’s difficult for me to use them actively.

If there are some more words it would also be fine.

There is a glossary in the French edition but it’s difficult to count the words since not all of them are used in the lessons. If you’ve got any constructive criticism, as long as polite, they are always welcome. I am not sure if it applies to all Assimil courses.


In Amazon it is said that there are about words.

This left me wondering. Last edited by Arnaud on Tue Sep 13, 5: In my opinion, this is an outstanding method to learn classical Arabic. I am not Muslim, but I also enjoy the Islamic content, as it gives you a direct access to the culture.

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