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Important to Learn Arabic Language Skills

As the Arab world becomes more and more prominent on the world stage, the advantages of learning Arabic are escalating, and perhaps the most useful real world skill to exist right now is knowing how to use the Arabic language. If you’re thinking about taking the time to learn Arabic rather than expecting the Arabic speaking countries of the Middle East to accommodate your language, you are a...

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Take Your Arabic to the Next Level

Are we going to be entirely honest? Yes we are. Arabic is not easy to learn. The rules are much different than other languages, particularly English. So what is the secret potion that will open the realms of how to improve your Arabic language? With these tips in consideration you’ll be so advanced in Arabic, it’ll even blow your own mind. Old School Magic Arabic...

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Arabic career

Why are you learning Arabic? Is it because you love to learn languages? Maybe you’ve always dreamed of visiting the pyramids in Cairo. Maybe you’ve met someone you’re interested in and want to be able to communicate with them better in their own language. Whatever the reason, when I ask this question of most Arabic language learners, I’ve found that there are pretty much two main reasons why...

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Arabic

Perhaps one of the most fascinating languages in the world today is the Arabic language. It is also one of the most widely-spoken languages, ranking fifth just behind the English and Hindi languages. Arabic is the official language of the 22 countries that form the Arab League. There are more than 300 million Arabic speakers across the world, though they predominantly live in the region...

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The Arabic language is unique, from the sounds that exist in no other language to the beautiful writing style (check out some Arabic calligraphy!). One good way to learn Arabic is to start by studying the alphabet, especially if this kind of writing is unfamiliar to you. But first, let’s see some interesting facts about the Arabic alphabet and the Arabic language. There are no...

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Even if you’re just beginning to study the Arabic language, you may have noticed that there are some sentences that do not contain verbs. Because they have no verbs, these are sometimes called Noun sentences, but in Arabic grammar, they are known as Equational Sentences because they are equivalent or “‘equal to” to sentences in English containing the verb “to...

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