Palestinian Colloquial Arabic Vocabulary: Anki Flashcards

Palestinian Colloquial Arabic Vocabulary: Anki Flashcards

(2 customer reviews)

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Anki Flashcards


4,823 flashcards


A1, A2, B1

Over 4,800 flashcards with audio. Use Anki’s SRS (spaced repetition system) to maximize your memorization of new vocabulary in Palestinian Arabic.

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Palestinian Colloquial Arabic Vocabulary: Anki Flashcards presents all* of the 4,800+ words and phrases from the book, each presented twice (Arabic-English and English-Arabic) for a total of over 9,600 cards with audio.

* The handful of sensitive and vulgar words from the book are not included in the Anki deck.

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2 reviews for Palestinian Colloquial Arabic Vocabulary: Anki Flashcards

  1. Nicole

    Nicole (verified owner)

    Very comprehensive selection of words and phrases that gives learners the ability to speak about a wide range of topics. The audio is crystal clear. There is so much material covered in this deck! It will probably take me a couple of years to get through all the cards. What a great resource! I highly recommend purchasing this deck to anyone interested in learning Palestinian/Jordanian Arabic.

  2. Bilal

    Bilal (verified owner)

    It’s a solid deck and goes very much in depth. However, I wish this deck would’ve indicated adequately that this is in that GAZAN dialect of Palestinian Arabic. It’s unique with some of the wording and phrasing used in the dialect compared to other dialects in Palestine, such as the Galilee or the West Bank. All Palestinians will still understand you without issue, but it will sound very much like you are from Gaza. You may also have some difficulty understanding Palestinian speakers from other areas at first. Still, you can quickly catch up and correct yourself to use more common terminology/pronunciations.

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