An introduction to modern Arabic: supplementary material

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Collection Descriptive Notes
One or another man speaking English introduces the various exercises drawn (probably) from the 1957 edition of Introduction to Modern Arabic, by Farhat J. Ziadeh and R. Bayley Winder (Princeton: Princeton University Press),which can be found in Regenstein Library. A native consultant (male) supplies the Arabic.
Collection Technical Notes
These masters were dubbed (probably) in the (new) Language Lab in autumn 1962 apparently from phonograph records, which are not in the DMA collection. Note: It is not clear why these materials are called supplements as opposed to the exercises in the textbook itself. WAVE files are now converted to MP3s.
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Titlesort descending Languages Contributor Medium
An introduction to modern Arabic: supplementary material [1] Standard Arabic, English Ziadeh, Farhat J. (author); Winder, R. Bayly (author); Unnamed male speaker [1] (speaker); Unnamed native speaker (male) (speaker) 1/4 inch audio tape
An introduction to modern Arabic: supplementary material [2] Standard Arabic, English Ziadeh, Farhat J. (author); Winder, R. Bayly (author); Unnamed male speaker [2] (speaker); Unnamed native speaker (male) (speaker) 1/4 inch audio tape