Modern Standard Arabic, Arabic dialects or Arabic alphabet, Kaleela has them all! Check them out on our Arabic learning app
Kaleela was created in accordance to the individual needs and gaps reported by students while trying to learn Arabic online
This online Arabic course is designed to teach non-natives the foundation of Arabic language, with lessons and exercises including daily usable vocabulary. It is a starting point for each individual to begin their own language journey, later on being able to dive into their chosen Arabic dialects.
Palestinian - Jordanian dialect resources are under-represented in the market for books and audio resources. Not only that, but these materials prefer to present the dialect under the “Levantine” bracket, reason why Kaleela fills this gap after intense market research with its language learning app.
Letter recognition is important because it enables beginning readers to figure out how printed text is associated with the spoken language. This online Arabic course is structured on three levels, each focusing on how to write Arabic letters and their pronunciation, including the basics, shapes and long and short vowels.
Our app will guide you through the challenging yet fun process of learning the Syrian dialect through easy and interactive lessons designed by people who actually live the language and use it on a daily basis. Start learning the Arabic dialect of Damascus today through Kaleela – the right way to learn Arabic!
Knowing Arabic grammar has its importance. It is a topic through which we learn to correctly convey meaning in Arabic, form coherent sentences, and protect ourselves from verbal error. Arabic grammar classes are not boring or hard when the exercises are fun, friendly and in bite-size lessons.
What is comprehension and how it helps you in your Arabic language learning journey? Comprehension means the complete understanding of a written passage. If you read very casually and without concentration, you would retain a very vague idea of what you have read. However, if you fully concentrate while reading a text, you will be able to understand what it contains (like the meaning of words and how words are put together to form sentences). When you make sense of a text, however, you don’t just remember the exact words and phrases you read. Rather, you form a mental model of what the text describes by integrating the sense of the words and sentences, like watching a movie.
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