We’ve just published the first two eBooks in a new series named “Random,” and as the name implies, each book is a collection of unrelated
The glottal stop isn’t unique to Arabic. Your language has it, too. By becoming aware of what it really is, you will have no trouble pronouncing the glottal stop in Arabic.
I’m happy to announce we’ve added fifteen new Modern Standard Arabic Readers to our catalog. These are translations of the Levantine Arabic Readers series. Along
I’ve added videos to our eBooks’ product pages featuring Ahmad ElKhodary (for Arabic) and Oksana Baranova (for Russian), two respected, well-known teachers of their respective
On Lingualism.com, we sell digital products only. Our books are available for purchase as PDF eBooks. But our books are also available in paperback on
I’ve optimized the PDF files for (nearly) all Lingualism eBooks. There should be no noticeable difference in the quality of images etc. in the PDFs.
I’ve added a new feature to the Lingualism Shop: Filters! Previously, you could choose the category (language/dialect )from a list at the top of the
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.
You can now purchase store credit at a discount to save even more at Lingualism.com. Currently, we have three options: $25, $50, and $100 store
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.