Imad

Are you interested in learning Arabic?

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Hello, 

I am very interested in developing my English speaking skills. I have a proposal in which I teach you Arabic and you teach me English. I do not want to learn grammar and other things,  I just need to assign few hours a week for practicing speaking. 

Only native or high-level speakers of English are warmly welcomed to contact me. 

Thanks

Imad

 

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I only know English, but I am well educated (Juris Doctor -- Law degree -- and PhD in Business) and am a retired university professor. A few of my neighbors are Arabic and I would love to learn enough to start having conversations in both languages. I believe I can help you with English as well. Seems like a good match, considering our education levels. 

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Sure. I think we will be helping each other pretty well. So, share your Skype or yahoo ID with me so that we can meet online and start our teaching lessons. 

Thanks

Imad

 

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I am a Chemistry Ph.D. student.  Both my husband and I are in graduate school. I would also like to talk on Skype.  Please let me know if you're interested.  Or, if anyone else is interested in trading English for Arabic.  NL: English 

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Hey I'm not native English but can speak decently while i would love to start learning arabic by skype, before I have tried a website so called Preply but I didn't found what I was looking for. Let me know if u willing help me with arabic lang

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