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As summer nears an end, you should already have a plan in place on where you want to study Arabic. One thing’s for sure, with over 290 million native speakers in more than 20 countries, we understand that it’s not that easy to choose which one of the Arabic speaking countries would be the best place to learn Arabic. But whether or not you were...

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A lot of lecturers who specialize in improving your conversation skills or those who tout how you, too, can win over friends and influence people often give the same advice to those looking for those things: The best way to get a person to start talking or to win them over is by first complimenting that person. Arabic culture rules are no different, with the exception...

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There are plenty of blogs out there for just about any subject you might be interested in from sports blogs to make-up tutorial blogs to blogs on how to make better blogs. And these blogs on just about every subject come in just about every language – including Arabic. Now, you may be thinking: “Sure, I know there’re Arabic blogs out there, but I don’t think...

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As many of you know, family is one of the most important aspects of Arab culture,  and in many Arabic speaking countries,  families maintain their loyalty to their tribal and clan connections. Perhaps this is best exemplified by the ages-old Arab adage:  "I and my brothers against my cousins; I and my cousins against the stranger." Arabs know and speak proudly of both their genealogy...

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Known to be fast and clever, the Saluki breed of dogs have been used for hunting, guarding and other daily tasks by the Bedouin people of the Arabian Peninsula ever since they domesticated it more than 5,000 years. Native to the region, the Saluki dog’s speed, intelligence and loyalty are loved and respected by their Bedouin owners. Though no one is sure where the name of...

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In August 2015, NASA (the North American Space Association) announced its plans to colonize Mars before the year 2040. Nearly four years later, on July 18, 2019, headlines around the world read: “Elon Musk Wants Man on Mars in Four Years”. With the recent collaboration between Musk’s SpaceX and NASA and their successful launch of the first crewed orbital spaceflight from American soil since July 2011, it...

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