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  1. Dear Linguaholics What's the most beautiful script in your opinion? Please share some pictures that go along with your pick of the most beautiful script ever. I would go for Manchu. My second favorite script is Chinese (Traditional Characters).
  2. I don't know what people find so difficult about Arabic and why they are complaining, they even voted it the hardest on thetoptens.com, but after having a quick analysis of the grammar and structure, it is quite easy, except for the writing system that needs a bit of practice. So far, I haven't found anything that is really difficult about Arabic. I found Japanese harder because of kanji, around 2000 of them, and the much longer sentence structure, and the many different words of counting depending on what you are counting. Chinese is even harder still because of the tones and the 8000 symbol
  3. Hello! My name is Eirini and i come from Greece. I speak Greek, French and English fluently. I offer online lessons at very low prices all over the world! If you want to learn Greek, drop me a message! Package lessons are offered at lower prices! Homework, material are offered for free to my students! My website is http://www.multilinguers.com. There you can find more languages you could learn! If you speak with me, i can arrange lower prices for the other languages as well!
  4. Why Study Arabic Arabic is spoken as a mother tongue by between 250 and 400 million people across 25 countries. Over a billion people can read the script even if they can’t understand the language. And Arabic happens to be one of the official languages of the United Nations. Therefore, many people learn the language for formal reasons. At about 1,500 years old, Arabic also happens to be a very old language. It was the language of scholarship throughout the rule of the Islamic empires – a period of well over 1,000 years from the 7th century right down to the 19th and even 20th. The
  5. Preply.com is a global educational platform that pairs tutors with students who wish to gain/improve their knowledge. We currently offer over 40 different subjects of which more than 27 are language courses. Studies are available both locally and remotely and this allows for flexibility in schedule alongside accessibility to students in remote/rural areas. All you need to do is select the language you'll like to learn, go through the tutors' profiles, check their reviews and availability before you proceed with booking a lesson. You can start out by leaving messages for tutors and negoti
  6. Hi everyone a good resource- AREG - The Online Arabic and Egyptian School
  7. Hi everyone! I'm Mikel, from Spain, and I'm new here. I'm very interested in the Arabic World, specially in their ancient story. I am an eager reader too and I love languages, so I would like to read classical Arabic literature in its original form. I learned from internet that most of it is written in Classical Arabic, a sofisticated version some of some scattered ancient dialects, a language developed between the 8th and 9th centuries, and that is the precursor of the Modern Standard Arabic. I don't have time to take lessons with a teacher, so I'm only going to be able to study for myself w
  8. Regards, How you doing guys? Does anyone of you know to get certificated for proficiency in Arabic language or get any type of certification to acknowledge someone's knowledge, like the TOEIC in English, JLPT in Japanese, etc. ? By the way, according to your opinions, What's the best middle east country to live in?
  9. My app Beelinguapp shows texts in two different languages side by side, and it is an audiobook at the same. It shows a karaoke animation to follow the audio. It has been getting some track lately and I would love to get some feedback! You can download it here (Android only for now): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.david.android.languageswitch
  10. Hi all! I am new here and hoping to provide value, I wanted to create a post showing you guys the programs and books I have used to aid in learning the many languages I know, I am a polyglot:) I 100% believe immersion is the most important, but if you are learning any of these languages, and can afford the books or courses, give them a shot, they all have helped me/are helping me tremendously. Much love to all! ALL LANGUAGES/GENERAL: Fluent FOREVER Fluent in Three Months (book) Rosetta Stone! Instant Immersion (Many languages) APPS I USE: DUOLINGO, MEMRISE, QUIZL
  11. It's not my site but... I believe you all might find it useful. WordBrewery is a new website that pulls sentences from the news. They are then categorized by level and topic. There's also a search bar so you can find specific words in context. Audio, translation, and the source article are included. It's also possible to save words and sentences to lists, and export these to Anki. It's currently free to use. Like every other app, all you need to do is register. Personally... I use it for German, as it doesn't have Hindi yet. But it's rather nice, because it's hard to f
  12. So I'm a long time linguaholic who has studied several languages but now I'm in a situation where it might be in my best interest to learn how to speak Arabic. I'm living in an area now with a considerable Arabic speaking population and Muslim culture here, and now whenever I'm out in the neighborhood I see and hear people speaking Arabic all the time so I think given my new neighborhood, it would be a good idea to learn some conversational Arabic. My goal is to be able to speak it and understand it when others speak it, but not necessarily to read or write it. Which dialect should I select
  13. "Sharek Centre is a new hub of Arabic language and culture based in London, built upon the principle of sharing and mutual exchange. With a new interactive approach, Sharek offers an extensive range of language courses and programmes to suit everyone. Some of our courses include Short Comminicative Arabic courses, Fast track courses, courses for Heritage learners(plus Quranic) and fun courses such as learning through drama, learning through cooking etc" A fantastic opportunity to taste our approach would be to participate on our open days on the 14th and 17th and they can send us an emai
  14. Can someone here help me translate a document from english to one of the following languages: arabic, french, russian, chinese and german in order to add subtitles to a video? It's of very high importance, it exposes the CURE of schizophrenia and other important things related to it that no one has ever talked about. Humanity needs this message u r g e n t l y. If two or more people agree on helping me with one language, I can divide the document in two parts and so on. Thank you in advance.
  15. Register here: http://onlinearabic.org/register-online Our programs: Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (ECA), both (MSA & ECA), Arabic for Kids, Arabic for business, Arabic for Media and conversational Arabic. Why we are different?! - Affordable prices. - Very flexible schedules. - Native & professional teachers. - Female teachers for "sisters". - Free (2 lessons) trial. - Free placement test. - Free Certificates. - Free Arabic material. - No registrat
  16. I have read that Spanish incorporates some Arabic words or phrases into the language. Does anyone know what these Arabic words are and how are they used for modern Spanish?
  17. I recently discovered NaTakallam: http://natakallam.com/ It's a startup that matches Arabic language students with native speakers living as refugees in Lebanon, most of whom are of Syrian origin. The project aims to help provide work opportunities for jobless Syrian refugees. Arabic language students who are keen to learn the colloquial Levantine dialect would definitely appreciate having the opportunity to learn from native speakers, besides making new friends from a totally different background from their own.
  18. hi, I've seen this sort of thing for other languages like Spanish where you can watch tv programs in the language with subtitles and other cool features like slowing the video down etc. I think this would be great for Arabic if anyone does it. I am looking for Arabic videos in the Sham accent (Palestine,Lebanon,Syria, Jordan). Does anyone know of any sites that do this sort of thing?
  19. 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
  20. Hello! Can you help me to translate this sentence in Hindi, please? - Who travel for love finds a thousand miles not longer than one - Thanks in advance,
  21. i am currently studying slovak, russian and arabic and i was wondering which language was harder for people to learn? since i already have a relatively large knowledge base of slovak and since it is connected as a slavic language to russian i feel im having an easier time. however both russian and arabic are written in different alphabets and have vastly different pronunciation i am interested in which language people thought was the hardest and their own experiences in either language.
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