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by Barbe Patteson

Download Chips from Tunis: a glimpse of Arab life eBook
ISBN:
1171667531
Author:
Barbe Patteson
Category:
Travel Writing
Language:
English
Publisher:
Nabu Press (September 7, 2010)
Pages:
252 pages
EPUB book:
1600 kb
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1328 kb
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1470 kb
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Tunis (Tunisia) - History, Tunis (Tunisia) - Description and travel. London : printed by Cassell.

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Further titles by the same author: Tunisian Arabic in 24 Lessons Tunisian Arabic - English Dictionary Survival .

Further titles by the same author: Tunisian Arabic in 24 Lessons Tunisian Arabic - English Dictionary Survival Tunisian Arabic 301 Proverbs from Tunisia. Tunisian Arabic, like Egyptian, Moroccan and Syrian, for instance, is a colloquial spoken form of Modern Standard Arabic.

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