This 828-page-book aims to transform grammar, a subject hated by many people, into an understandable an enjoyable subject.

Arabic for Nerds 2

A Grammar Compendium – 450 Questions about Arabic Grammar.

ARABIC FOR NERDS 2 will improve your understanding of written Arabic texts dramatically. It helps you to achieve your final goal: the superior level (C2).

ARABIC FOR NERDS 2 is a grammar compendium. It gives you all the tools that you need to properly analyze any Arabic sentence – no matter if it is taken from a children’s book or the Holy Qur’an.

Arabic for Nerds 2

This is not another boring grammar book. ARABIC FOR NERDS 2 will teach you in an entertaining way how to dissect a sentence, how to identify the function of letters, words, and syntax – in short: the I’rab (إِعْراب).

Imagine pushing entire sentences into an MRI machine. After we have examined the structure, we put single words under a microscope. Eventually we will know how sentences work or why they don’t work.

This book is thoughtfully structured to guide you through

  • the jungle of case endings
  • playing with word order
  • understanding fine points of Classical and Modern Standard Arabic,
  • and how to avoid common mistakes.

Every Arabic sentence is fully vowelled (Tashkeel) and translated into English.

It is specifically intended for advanced learners.

  • ISBN (softcover): 978-3-9819848-0-4
    ISBN (hardcover): 978-3-9819848-1-1
  • Publisher: pochemuchka (Gerald Drißner), Berlin/Germany, August 2018
  • Page Count: 828
  • Price: 25.99$ (softcover), 29.99 $ (hardcover) – note that prices may vary depending on your location.
  • Note that there is no e-book version available as most e-book readers can’t deal with complex tables and Arabic script.

You can order the book here:

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  1. Could you perhaps upload the full contents pages of this book (and your previous one), either here or on Amazon, so that we can get a better idea of the scope of the book? It is very unhelpful to only have the partial contents visible!

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