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Here are some tips for those of you who are just undertaking your journey to learn Arabic or for those who might need to make some minor tweaks in your routine to push past plateaus.
Suzana shares how she first became interested in Arabic and where it led her.
Part 10 in the “Arabs Say…” series, we ask: What kind of things make other Arabic dialects hard for you to understand?
Sindri tells us how he has improved his Arabic with extensive reading and listening.
When learning a language independently, it can be difficult to stay focused. This article explains how you can set and achieve your goals with the help of S.M.A.R.T. goals!
Henning shares with us his tips and techniques for maximizing exposure to spoken Arabic.
Part 9 in the “Arabs Say…” series, we ask: When you speak to Arabs from other countries, what kind of Arabic do you speak together?
Rogério argues that the evolution of Romance languages is a key to understanding the situation of the Arabic language today.
My struggle with Arabic began in October 2012, with a couple of false starts. I tried initially to find a private tutor for Egyptian Arabic but found instead a morose Palestinian girl with no teaching experience or qualifications, who insisted we should meet in a noisy café where she proposed to teach me. I refrained
Part 8 in the “Arabs Say…” series, we ask: Which Arabic dialects are the easiest and most difficult for you, as an Arab, to understand?
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