Learn Arabic in 30 Days is written for those who wants to learn Arabic in their leisure time without any teacher. It will guide them to read, write, understand and speak few simple sentences of their own.
Arabic is a semitic language and so different from those usually studied in India and Europe. In this language the roots consist of unpronounceable skeleton of three consonants, called radicals, and these rots are not words. The addition of vowels, prefixes. Suffixes to the root makes words. Thus in Arabic a root like ‘k-t-b’ ‘write appears in words like katab’ – he wrote, ‘kaatib – writer, ‘kitaab – book; and with prefixes ‘ma-kaatib – place for writing, ‘ma-ktab’ – school, ‘ye-ktub’ – he is writing.
Students, teachers and lay persons will find Learn Arabic in 30 Days a valuable resource.