About Arabic Language

Check Out The Big Brain on Brett: How a Second Language Can Boost the Brain

There are many benefits to learning Arabic as a second language, but does learning a new language make you smarter? Well, scientists seem to think that it does. So, with that in mind, today let’s look at what happens to your brain when you learn a new language. You’re Never Too Old to Benefit from Learning Arabic Dr. Thomas Bak is a lecturer at Edinburgh's School of...

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Ever wondered what languages are related to Arabic? There are many secrets and there is so much beauty of the Arabic language. Find out here.

Let’s put a pause to the learning shall we? Today is all about the fun facts about the Arabic language. Trust us: There are plenty of facts about Arabic. Is Arabic the most complete language in the world? Maybe. But there is a plethora of secrets of the Arabic language that will certainly shock you to the core. Don’t worry, this is not an Arabic language history lesson...

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The Difference Between Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian Arabic

By now you’ve likely noticed there seems to be more than one Arabic language. And you’d be right. In fact, today there are 30 Arabic dialects throughout the Arab region today. What’s more is that, once students figure this out, they often ask, “What is the hardest Arabic dialect?” If they are thinking to travel to Egypt, the question then becomes “Should I learn Modern Standard...

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What is special about Arabic and why is the Arabic language so beautiful

Arabic has been around for quite awhile. So, just how old is the Arabic language? Well, it goes back to at least the 6th century, though some experts believe it could even be older. And a 1,500-year-old language surely has had to pick up some surprising facts that came along with it over the years. So, today, why don’t we let’s at some fun Arabic facts?...

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Want to improve your Arabic language skills? Try listening a little more. Read on to find out what we mean.

As a new Arabic learner, the two skills you’re likely eager to learn first are speaking and listening. In fact, we’d guess that most people want to learn to speak Arabic before any other language skill. That is, probably, you're more likely to improve speaking skills before you’ll learn how to improve your Arabic writing skills. However, what if we said to learn how to...

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Accentuate the Positive: Achieving a Good Arab Accent

The goal of every Arabic student is to not only speak Arabic fluently, but also to speak it with a flawless accent. And throughout your studies, you’ll get all sorts of advice on how to achieve that. By far, one piece of you’ll hear most often includes moving to an Arabic-speaking country for total immersion. However, not everyone has the chance to just drop everything...

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With Kaleela, you have access to many Arabic lessons, including Modern Standard Arabic, Arabic alphabet, Arabic dialects with 100+ Arabic phrases

So you started your journey in learning Arabic but you are looking for the best place for Arabic lessons.Congratulations! You are one step closer to learning Arabic the right way.Kaleela is not only an app, it is the right way that Arabic should be taught.Why, you ask? Let’s break it down for you. First Things First Having a Modern Standard Arabic conversation is something that happens and...

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Arabic pronunciation in English is not the same as in Arabic. Why should you learn how to pronounce the words correctly? Click here for more.

Whether you are learning Arabic because of a class or due to pure interest, doing it the right way is always a good idea.We are here to give an introduction to Arabic pronunciation. Believe it or not, there is Arabic pronunciation in English accents and Arabic pronunciation in Arabic accents. These could be distinguished using an Arabic pronunciation audio or app. Of course, they make all...

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Essential Arabic Phrases for Travel

Some of the best experiences in life are had when one travels abroad. Indeed, when you travel to another country and immerse yourself in its culture, it can be fun and exciting. However, speaking that country’s language, even if it’s just a few words, can offer you an even richer experience. For instance, while poring over those brochures of Petra, did you ever think about...

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