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Levantine Dialect: Weather

20 July 2017

Listen to this audio lesson where Lina explains how to discuss the weather in the Levantine dialect.

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Body Parts in Tunisian Arabic

6 October 2016

In this Tunisian vocabulary module you’ll learn the most common body parts in Arabic.

Beginner
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VIDEO: A Few Differences Between Jordanian and Palestinian

19 August 2016

In this video, Wessam shares a few differences between the Jordanian and Palestinian dialects.

Intermediate
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Family Members (Part 1)

15 July 2016

In this Egyptian vocabulary lesson you’ll learn some of the most common family members in Arabic.

Beginner
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Body Parts in Levantine Arabic

30 June 2016

In this Levantine vocabulary module you’ll learn the most common body parts in Arabic.

Beginner
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Directions in Tunisian Arabic

17 June 2016

In this Levantine module you’ll learn how to ask and give basic directions.

Beginner
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10 Common Superlatives In Moroccan Arabic

2 June 2016

Today you’re going to hear 10 common superlatives in Moroccan Arabic.

Beginner
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VIDEO: Job Titles In Iraq

27 May 2016

In this video, Qahtan mentions a few job titles in Iraqi Arabic (+chi suffix).

Beginner
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Body Parts in Egyptian Arabic

19 May 2016

In this Egyptian vocabulary module you’ll learn the most common body parts in Arabic.

Beginner
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Countries and Continents (Part 1)

5 May 2016

In this Levantine vocabulary module you’ll learn some of the most common country and continent names in Arabic.

Beginner
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Describing the weather in Moroccan Arabic

14 April 2016

Today you’re going to hear a few simple ways to describe the weather in Moroccan Arabic.

Beginner
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Basic Emotions in Moroccan Arabic

17 March 2016

Today you’re going to learn some basic emotions and feelings in Moroccan Arabic.

Beginner
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