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Thanks for that! Very useful article for learning Arabic :) Rowan, there are some transcripts here www.arabiconline.eu. Just have to enter the course. It is free and also has voice recording system so you can practice your pronounciation.
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I am going to visit Saudi Arabia and i am interested in learning arabic. Can you please recommend me a dialect for Saudia since i don't know which dialect they speak there. I am interested in both spoken arabic and the Quranic arabic but i would like to start learning with spoken arabic. Is that a good idea? And finally please also advise on resource to use for the purpose. Your sites is a gold mine for language learners and i absolutely love it. Thanks for all your hard work.
Hello. I'm a newbie here and beginning Arabic. I stumbled across this site when I was looking for a better book for self-study. I started learning the alphabet with 'The Arabic Alphabet' by Nicholas Awde & Putros Samano, which I think is good. I am now working through 'Read and Write Arabic Script' by Mourad Diouri. I am having great difficulty reading some of the script which is so small that I have to use a magnifying glass to see all the detail. You recommend the Kallimni series, but when I read the reviews on Amazon I was disappointed to find these books are intended for teachers of Arabic teaching students. Could you please recommend a beginner's book for self-study, with script that is as large and clear enough as Awde & Samano's book? Thank you.
I am currently taking arabic lessons online and starting from scratch. I have been told that we will be studying kitab al asasi and then arabiyyah bayna yadayk. I hope to pursue the diploma in translation (Arabic to English) next year. Can you please advise which books might be helpful in getting from zero standard Arabic to a level 7 (Masters) qualification?
I really liked your tips about learn a new language with the lexical approach. I think it is the most effective method. I am learning English and I need some help to find a book to study like those Arabic books that you use to study by yourself. Do you have any recommendation? How can I find a book like that Kalimni? I know that we have more books about learn English than any other language, but I really didn't find a great material to use and I'm feeling like I'll never move on from this plato. Thank you man!
Thank you for writing this post. I came across your post when I was googling on how/where to learn classical arabic. My keen interest is in classical arabic because I want to understand the Quran. I don't mind not knowing how to communicate in arabic with others because that is not my primary goal. I have some basic in arabic (learnt it several years ago at school but after not using it that much I have forgotten a lot). Please could you give me some tips in learning classical arabic? Thank you for your help
For someone who doesn't rely too heavily on the internet, would you(all) recommend still using online language resources? Aside from the books recommended for learning Arabic what else would you(all) suggest to someone who doesn't want to stare at a screen or use computers very often? I'm not a Luddite just an ill adjusted millenial. I'm willing to get with some online stuff but prefer to work in tandem with physical books or downloadable software or CD-ROMs. I'm a complete beginner and so slightly embarrassed to even admit of my interest in learning Arabic when I don't know much about the language.
Im a native Arabic speaker. I strictly recommend Arabic learners to avoid dialects.. Just learn Arabic with it's principles as written on books and you will be able to speak dialects easily.. ExHow are youكيف حالكIt's in arabicLet's say it in Egyptian ..izayak!!! Its used only in egypte butكيف حالك
I read your comments and a quick review of a list of highly recommended books for Arabic learning. I wholeheartedly agree with you.Do you know of any articles or reports about the status of Arabic language teaching and Arabic English translation situation in the USA currently,
If there is anything (links/books/audios/videos) not working or missing, kindly leave a comment on the post, Inshaa Allah i will try to get things back on place. If you would like something, leave a request in the comment, inshaa Allah i will try to help you out. Keep learning and NeVer Give uP.
Asalamu alaikum, i was passing by your comment .. may be you have your answer.. however, if you havent yet then to get basic understanding of quran arabic grammar I followed Madinah Books by abdur rahim, you can buy them online or download from -learning/madina-arabic/And you can follow a good teacher for this book who is brother asif on youtube. This helped me understand basic quran grammar.. and then you can follow this website (ultimatearabic.com) etc. for deeper understanding of grammar. May Allah(swt) guide us, accept our efforts and grant us all success. 350c69d7ab