نَصَائِحُ أُمِّي - My Mother's Advice: Short story for Arabic language learners (beginner ) Arabic / English [Print Replica] Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08DFQ81B7
- Publication date : July 21, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2382 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
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- Print length : 24 pages
- Lending : Enabled
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#2,091,910 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #361 in Arabic Language Instruction
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I also have a few more comments to share about the book. I'm not sure if it deserves any attention (bcz i've only spent 5 yrs on and off in learning Arabic, and I haven't done enough research in teaching Arabic..) but maybe if you use different pictures for the mum and the child as the pages increase, the book would look more lively and fun! 😊😃
But to be honest, I love the idea that you try to introduce the Arab culture to other nationalities through daily, practical events and stories like ‘The Advices of a Mother’ 😊
Because it's important to learn Arabic through culture as well and not just learning solely the Arabic language itself without understanding the culture of the nation that speaks it 😀
Learning the culture of a certain nation will help the non-native speakers/learners of that language to understand why their target language is being used in such-and-such way in that particular nation that speaks the target language as their mother tongue (honestly speaking and from my experience so far). And some expressions in one language cannot make any sense in another language when directly translated, or used, due to the difference in culture. (For example, Arabs have a special expression to say to someone who has just finished shaving. But other cultures may not have it.)
I hope you can write more books based on this idea 😃 And I hope you will find a designer for your book contents soon 😊
I also love how you break down the sentences in the vocabulary part at the bottom of the book. And the use of pictographs to express the key point of the mother’s advices visually was a brilliant idea :)
BaarakAllahu Feek and keep up the good work. May Allah accept. Aameen.
I look forward to the next ebook by this author.