One of the first things you’ll need to learn when studying Arabic is how to introduce yourself in the Arabic language.
If you’re traveling through an Arabic speaking country, being able to introduce yourself in the local tongue is going to be of great value. Here in this video, Live Lingua Arabic language teacher Najeeb Aldaghashi walks you through the basics of saying hello and introducing yourself in the Arabic language.
Communication is key to travel — you’ll find yourself more aware of what is happening around you as well as much more social and communicable even if you only know a few basic phrases in the Arabic language. Our YouTube channel offers a number of videos to help with the basics.
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Reading and writing in Arabic can be a difficult task to undertake, largely because the language is written right to left (the same as Hebrew, for any experienced in that language). Fortunately, Live Lingua Arabic teacher Rana Saad Makhlouf is here to make the process easier.
In this series of six short videos, Rana walks us through reading and writing in Arabic starting with the basics, and progressing slowly. Learning how to read and write is one of the most critical parts of mastering any new language, and is especially important with Arabic. If you plan to travel to an Arabic speaking country, understanding the basics of how to read and write in Arabic will make your trip that much better.
Here’s part two in the series:
Here’s part three in the series:
Here’s part four in the series:
Understanding local customs, traditions, and even language is the key to boosting your trip to an Arabic speaking country. When speaking, reading, and writing Arabic, you will find yourself more aware of what is happening around you as well as much more social and communicable even if you only know the basics of hose to read and write in Arabic language. Our YouTube channel offers a number of videos to help with the basics.
Here’s part five in the series:
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Here’s part six in the series:
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