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Did you know that some of the most influential people in the world are Arabs? Find out who they are and how you can learn Arabic and inspire the world

Every year since 1999, Time magazine has announced its TIME 100, a list of the 100 most influential people in the world. 2020 is no different. As in years past, Arabs prominently appear next to their colleagues from all over the world on the list. This list contains different sections that include “Pioneers,” “Artists,” “Leaders,” “Icons” and “Titans”. As a result, past lists had kings...

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So, you’ve decided to start finding out how to learn Arabic. Well, let us be one of the first to congratulate you on wanting to learning the fourth most spoken language in the world. In fact, Arabic has more than 300 million speakers around the world (and growing). Add that to the demand for Arabic speakers and you’ll see that Arabic is quickly becoming an...

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Get ready to learn things you might not know about Arabs with these interesting facts about the people and their culture.

The 22 Arabic speaking countries of the Middle East and North Africa have a bountiful past that goes all the way back to the beginning of human civilization. The language they speak also has a rich history all its own that dates back centuries. Today, the region is home to over 315 million native Arabic speakers. Also, the language recently moved into the fourth position...

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Levantine Arabic is not hard to learn with the right resources. Read this article to find out why you should be learning the Levantine dialect

So you want to learn Arabic, but you have no idea what kind of dialect to learn? Well, if you’re traveling to the Levant, Arabic is spoken a little different here. For sure it's not the same as the Modern Standard Arabic you’d probably learn in a class or book.   “So, wait, what is this ‘Arab Levant’, or whatever, you just mentioned?” you may be...

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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.

When you started learning Arabic, you probably didn’t think much about the long-term benefits of learning the language. Most likely, you were just happy that you’re able to ask where the bathroom is in Beirut or ask for directions to your business conference in Cairo. However, the benefits of being bilingual go far deeper than that. Today we’re going to discuss how you can improve...

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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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If you want to go global with your business, read this and find out how being bilingual can help you become even more successful

Through our modern globalization process, more companies than ever before are expanding their businesses and products to even the most remotest places on Earth. As a result, employers are now seeing how important the role of the bilingual employees actually is. Research shows that many more bilingual jobs are opening up around the world as more and more companies are recognizing the advantages bilinguals bring...

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Read how incredible the views are from this real castle in the sky and why you should make Ajloun one of you many stops when touring Jordan

About an hour-and-a-half’s drive north of Amman is the famous Ajloun castle. Sitting on top of Mt. Auf (1,250m), it was built sometime between 1184 and 1188 by ‘Izz ad Din Usama bin Munqidh. He was a general and nephew of Saladin, the leader of the Muslim military campaign against the Crusaders in the Levant. From the castle you get an idea of why this...

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