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Follow our seven simple steps to creating the traditional Jordanian dish of the Bedouins known as zarb. You will never go back to traditional barbeque

If you were to ask for zarb’s definition, we’d have to describe it as the ancient, traditional, and probably most dramatic, Bedouin style of cooking meat or chicken. Basically, it's an underground oven of hot coals beneath the desert sands. The cooking method makes the meat so tender, it literally falls right off the bones. If you’ve ever been on one of those Wadi Rum...

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This magnificently restored theatre is the most impressive Roman ruins Amman has to offer. Read this article and you will see why

Way back when the Romans ruled this area, they were so impressed by Amman that they chose the city as the capital of the Roman Empire and renamed it Philadelphia after the Roman ruler Philadelphus. While they were here, they built a lot of impressive things. A few would be the Temple of Hercules at the Amman Citadel. Also, just down the hill, the sole...

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Learning Jordanian Arabic can be helpful. While learning Levantine Arabic be aware that this is different from Egyptian Arabic. See why in this article

If you have ever seen any Egyptian movies that are so popular around the world, you may think that this is the widest form of spoken Arabic. This is why a lot of people learn the Egyptian dialect. It is the one most often heard in Western countries. Egypt’s official languages are Modern Standard Arabic and another fifteen dialects present in the country of the Pharaohs....

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If you’re looking to learn Arabic dialects, especially Jordanian dialect, we’ve got you covered. Check this article for the most important words

Whether you plan on vacationing to Petra, doing business in Irbid, or introducing yourself to your new Jordanian neighbors, these 50 Jordanian words should help you in any situation in Jordan. Greetings in Jordanian Arabic EnglishTransliterationJordanian ArabicHello in Arabic marḥaba! مرحبا Good morning in Arabic sabah al-khair صباح الخير How are you in Arabickeef haalak (m.)keef haalik (f.)كيف...

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