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Why Learning Arabic Is Easy (Despite What You’ve Heard)

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Arabic looks hard but when you get started, you quickly discover many reasons why it is – in fact – easier than most languages to learn.

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June 2017 Update: TalkInArabic.com 2.0

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We announced back in March that we had begun work on this new version of TalkInArabic.com as a way of responding to the feedback we’ve been receiving over the last two years.

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March 2017 Update: Brand New Site Coming Soon

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We recently signed a contract with some high-end designers and developers to give TalkInArabic.com a brand new look and to respond to feedback.

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Want Books To Learn Spoken Arabic? Here Are The Best

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Today we’re going to share what we believe to be some of the highest quality books available on the market for spoken Arabic.

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Babylone – L’hmam With Lyrics (Algerian Dialect)

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Here’s an amazing and very popular Algerian song called L’hmam by a group called Babylone.

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Are you a native speaker of Arabic? Join our team!

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We’re hiring! Want to be a part of what we’re doing at TalkInArabic.com?

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5 Great Reasons To Start Learning Arabic

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Here are just a few reasons why you should start learning Arabic if you’re still sitting on the fence about it.

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Algerian Arabic Song: Babylone – Zina With Lyrics

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Here’s an amazing and very popular Algerian song called Zina by a group called Babylone.

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Promise Me – Saad Lamjarred (Moroccan Arabic)

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Here’s a popular Moroccan song called Promise Me (Wa3dini) by Saad Lamjarred.

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How To Make Samboosa – Recipe in Saudi Arabic

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Here’s a recipe for making Samboosa, spoken in Saudi/Hijazi Arabic with English transcripts.

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Top 5 Unusual Facts About Language (spoken in Saudi Arabic)

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This is promo clip about strange language facts spoken in the Saudi (Hijazi) dialect. Did you know that Arabs have so many words for camels? 🙂

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Autostrad – I have tomorrow off (Ana Bukra M3attel)

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This is a fun little upbeat (and very repetitive!) song called Ana Bukra M3attel (انا بكره معطل).

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