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We are convinced that a good part of this reputation as a fearsomely difficult language is due to the lack of good, accessible textbooks and other materials, and indeed to the lack of good teaching methods although thankfully this is beginning to change. The other major misconception concerns the nature of Arabic itself. Modern Arabic falls into two distinct parts: the formal, written language which is shared throughout the Arab world, and the colloquial dialects, which are restricted to a particular country or region The former is known as Modern Standard Arabic MSA orfisha , the latter we will refer to as the Colloquials armrmyya.
MSA is used i n modern literature, the press, radio and television, and i n formal occasions, conferences, speeches and so on.
The Colloquials are used in everyday life: at work, in the home, with friends, in songs, plays, movies and soap operas. The misconception is this: that one is learning "Arabic" b y learning just one or the other. It i s often argued that M S A is the "true" Arabic, and that since i t i s universally understood in the Arab world from Iraq to Morocco it is not necessary or desirable to deal with the Colloquials.
Arabs themselves often perpetuate this myth, dismissing their own dialect as "slang", lower-class, or uneducated speech and insisting that foreigners learn MSA. None of this is true. While it is possible to communicate with almost any Arab in MSA, it is often unnatural a11d awkward to do so, and the communicatioll will be mostly one-way.
Speaking only MSA is a little like being unable to speak English, only to read and write i t , and to communicate by writillg on a notepad and showing it to people. There will be no shortage of people willing to write things down for you, but it is hardly a natural way to communicate, and you will miss a lot. To be restricted to MSA is to miss out on the idiom, colour and humour of everyday language, on songs, jokes, stories, movies and other aspects of popular culture.
You will not be talkmg to friends atld colleagues in their native language. For them, newspapers, books, television and radio news, and even road signs, will remain forever inaccessible. W e believe that speaking Arabic means speaking both MSA and at least one Colloquial dialect, as the Arabs do; adjusting your language to the situation. If you give a speech to a business gathering, you speak in MSA.
In a formal meeting, you might speak a mixture of MSA and Colloquial.
With colleagues at the office, you would speak mainly Colloquial, depending on the topic. In social settings, Colloquial is almost universal, and attempting to direct a taxi driver in MSA is a waste of time. The problem for the foragn student, unfortunately, is that the differences between MSA and the Colloquials, and among the Colloquials themselves, are not trivial. Page 26 View. Page 27 View. Page 28 View. Page 29 View.
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Syrian Colloquial Arabic: a Functional Course
Arabic Syrian is spoken in: Syria Arabic Syrian has no known alternate names. Quite apart from the problem of failing to consider the whole of Arabic rather than just MSA or Colloquial, currently available Arabic texts tend to be old-fashioned, unclear, uninspiring and dull.
Page 32 View. W e recommend that you select only five or six vocabulary items in each exercise or list to memorise, and learn the others as you need them.
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