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This is a fun little upbeat (and very repetitive!) song called Ana Bukra M3attel (انا بكره معطل).
This is an episode from a Jordanian cartoon series called Hallucinations (هلوسات).
This is a clip from an animated Youtube series known as ”Masameer” “مسامير”. In Arabic the literal translation means nails/fasteners.
This is a song called Dallamet Keda Leh (Why did it get so dark) by Hamza Namira.
Here’s a short snippet and few interesting expressions from Disney’s The Lion King in Arabic (Egyptian).
Here’s a well-known song by Lebanese singer Elissa called A7la Donia (احلى دنيا). Read the lyrics in English and Arabic.
Here I’ll share a few random simple facts that should help dispel your fears about learning Arabic and encourage you to get started.
TalkInArabic.com has come a long way since late last year when it was announced in development.
Here I’ve compiled a list of some common words in Egyptian Arabic that retain the ق to spare you the embarrassment of repeated overcorrections.
Here’s a short live performance Jannat gave during an interview (a snippet of the song Kelmet Ba7ebak).
Here’s a quick update on what’s been happening with TalkInArabic.com.
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