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Traveltalk Moroccan Arabic: Traveler's Survival Kit [With BookWith Audio Guide] (Arabic Edition) (Arabic) Audio CD – Audiobook, February, 2005

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Product Details

  • Series: Travel Talk
  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Penton Overseas; Com/Bklt edition (February 2005)
  • Language: Arabic
  • ISBN-10: 1591254485
  • ISBN-13: 978-1591254485
  • Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 5.7 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,191,090 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Sherry Holland on June 28, 2006
This page suggests that you buy the Phrasebook, but my CD actually came with the same book, so then I had two . My husband is Moroccan, and he said the book is pretty good accuracy wise. I have just started learning so, we'll see....
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This is definitely a good learning tool if you are interested in learning Moroccan Arabic. It has helped me a lot for my trip to Morocco. But I bought the Moroccan Phrasebook to go with it and the cd pack already comes with it.
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This combination CD and phrasebook has been excellent in helping me with both my research for my third novel and for preparing to visit Morocco. Moroccan Arabic is not the same as the Arabic spoken in other countries and this product not only lets me put authenticity in my dialogue, it ALSO lets me communicate to shopkeepers and others while touring Morocco. I highly recommend it to anyone planning a trip to this beautiful country.

Suzanne Arruda - Author of Mark of the Lion, and Stalking Death
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I recently went on a 3 week vacation to Morocco, and while my travel partner knew some French, we wanted to have our bases covered when speaking the local languages. I had initially planned to buy just the phrase book but decided to go for the cd combo. Boy was that a smart move. I never would have figured out the pronunciation with out it! I spent most of my hour commute each morning in the weeks before the trip, playing and re-playing just the first few chapters over and over in my car, practicing the sounds. The lessons did not have all the key phrases I wanted - at least in what seemed to me like an appropriate order of importance (shouldn't "where's the toilet?" be one of the first things you learn when traveling to any new country?!) but over all taught me a lot of great pleasantries that really helped make our trip easier. Granted, the French came in way more handy throughout most of our travels, but just being able to say "thank you" correctly in Arabic helped make us a lot of friends along our trip. I would definitely recommend this as a crash course in Moroccan Arabic, but suggest a few French lessons as well if you are just looking to get by as a traveler.
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The cd was only helpful in that it it made me aware that it was futile to try to learn the language. How sounds are made by the vocal chords and tongue in Arabic is totally different than English. But the phrase book that comes with the CD was helpful.
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