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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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Today we’re going to share what we believe to be some of the highest quality books available on the market for spoken Arabic.
Here’s an amazing and very popular Algerian song called L’hmam by a group called Babylone.
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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.
Here’s an amazing and very popular Algerian song called Zina by a group called Babylone.
Here’s a popular Moroccan song called Promise Me (Wa3dini) by Saad Lamjarred.
Here’s a recipe for making Samboosa, spoken in Saudi/Hijazi Arabic with English transcripts.
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? 🙂
This is a fun little upbeat (and very repetitive!) song called Ana Bukra M3attel (انا بكره معطل).
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