Arabic conversation Tag

If you want to speak Arabic fluently, skipping the basics and going right for the core of the language is the key. Read this article to find out why.

Among the questions we get asked most frequently at Kaleela are questions like: “Is 1,000 words enough to speak a language?”. Also “How many foreign words can you learn in a day to speak fluently?”. If we gave you an answer, you’d probably ask surprisingly, “It takes how many vocabulary words to be fluent in Arabic?”. The truth is, however, because everybody has a different...

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Let’s talk about Arabic bookstore vocabulary. Here, we are in the middle of an Arabic story book for beginners: Bookstore conversations!

Let’s open this Arabic conversation book for Arabic bookstore vocabulary session 101. Here, we are in the middle of Arabic storybooks for beginners: Bookstore conversations! It is meant to be a quiet place, but we still have things to say because we just can’t keep quiet. In the bookstore, you will find fiction and non-fiction sections, as well as a million others. In the Arabic bookstore, you...

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Can you have a conversation in Arabic with only basic Arabic words? Read on to find out the answer!

Probably one of the most frequently asked questions we get from those who are learning Arabic for beginners is, “How many words do I need to know to start having conversations in Arabic? Are the basics enough?” Well, to answer your second questions first, yes, the basics are enough. But that's only if you want to have a basic conversation in Arabic. As far as...

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Looking for a better job? How about a more satisfying personal life? Learn Arabic language and you can reap all the benefits from becoming bilingual.

How is it that some people who are learning Arabic for beginners can dive straight into Arabic conversations knowing only a little vocabulary while others who have studied the language extensively are still afraid to speak it? Beyond just feeling uncomfortable, research has shown that feeling anxious when it comes to speaking Arabic can cause you to have self doubt, which can, in turn, affect...

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A proper Arabic conversation starts by asking the right question in Arabic. Check out our list of commonly used questions

Welcome back fellow language learners! We mentioned before that it’s summertime in the Middle East and what a great time it is to for you to get out and learn Arabic language conversation skills because the days are longer and there’s more native Arabic speakers to chit-chat with outsiders. In Arabic, chit-chat or small talk is known as kalaam khafiif (literally,“light talk”), and it plays a...

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Arabs have their own way of eating Arabic food, it's part of Arab culture. When you learn Arabic language, you will surely catch these customs.

The late American chef, world traveler, raconteur and foodie Anthony Bourdain once said, “You learn a lot about someone when you share a meal together”. No words could ring more true if you are studying Arabic and want to learn more about the culture. Arabs are known for their hospitality, that's for sure. In fact, they will invite you for a meal, either at a...

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