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Perhaps the best way to learn Arabic is simply by learning to read the language. Once you learn to read Arabic, it opens up doors to learning Arabic grammar. Also, it helps building your vocabulary as you learn new words every day. Here’s a list of resources to get you started in reading Arabic as a beginner of Arabic language learning: Arabic Genie - You Already...

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So, you’re ready to learn the Arabic alphabet? Congratulations on making the first and most important step to learning how to read, write, and speak Arabic. Before you know it, you’ll be using Arabic as if it were your native language. However, we want to discuss a few things about the Arabic alphabet before you begin mastering the language. First, let’s clear up some of the...

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In today’s international markets business ties are spanning across oceans and continents. Arabic language skills have never been more important than they are right now. The key to doing business in the Arabic speaking countries of the Middle East is being able to communicate. Preferably, you should know enough vocabulary to communicate efficiently, diplomatically, sensitively in Arabic. Therefore, corporate Arabic language learning is critical (if you are planning on jumping into the...

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It’s no secret that when you’re learning a language, you’re also learning a culture. Thus, you’re also learning about Arab culture while you’re learning Arabic. So, why don’t you use the culture of Arab TV to learn to speak Arabic better? We’ve talked before about the amazing Egyptian film industry. If you are watching films in Arabic, this can help you better learn Arabic language skills....

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Arab cuisine has some of the most delicious dishes in the world. So why not combine your love of food with your language learning to both satiate your hunger and improve your Arabic? 1. Look in Your Fridge If some of the food you buy is imported from overseas, sometimes the labels might come in different languages including Arabic, so check them out.  If the label doesn’t...

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5 Things You Should Know How to Say In Any Foreign Language

While it’s true that English is the second language of nearly almost every country on Earth, there are a few cases where you knowing only English might not help you at all. Therefore, you need to be prepared to speak the particular language of wherever you plan to travel. 1. “You had me at ‘Hello’.” Every good conversation starts with a friendly “hello”. At the very least,...

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