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Arabic for Beginners: With a Guide to Arabic Writing by Syed A. Ali
Elementary Modern Armenian Grammar by Kevork H. Gulian

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  3. Arabic Verbs and Essentials of Grammar: A Practical Guide to the Mastery of Arabic by Jane Wightwick (1997)
  4. Punjabi (Teach Yourself) by Christopher Shackle (1972)
  5. Al-Kitaab fii Ta'allum al-'Arabiyya, A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part One by Kristen Brustad (1995)
  6. Reading Greek: Grammar and Exercises [Second Edition] by Joint Association of Classical Teachers (1978)
  7. Mastering Arabic by Jane Wightwick (1990)
  8. Arabic-English Dictionary: The Hans Wehr Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic by Hans Wehr (1961)
  9. Hippocrene Arabic Practical Dictionary: Arabic-English English-Arabic by Nicholas Awde (2004)
  10. Hippocrene Standard Dictionary Arabic-English English-Arabic (Hippocrene Dictionaries Series) by John Wortabet (1954)
  11. Linguistique caucasienne et arménienne by Hans Vogt
  12. Your First 100 Words in Arabic : Beginner's Quick & Easy Guide to Demystifying Non-Roman Scripts by Jane Wightwick (1999)
  13. FORMAL SPOKEN ARABIC: Basic Course with Mp3 Files (Georgetown Classics in Arabic Language and Linguistics) by Karin C. Ryding (1990)
  14. Central Asia Phrasebook by Justin Jon Rudelson (1998)
  15. Colloquial Arabic of Egypt by Russell McGuirk (1986)

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