Archive of ‘ Arabic ’
Levantine and Iraqi Arabic
Learning Levantine or Iraqi Arabic? These Are The Books You Need
11 responses - Posted 10.05.13

The two families in this photo are my dear friends from Iraq and Egypt who were pivotal in helping me learn Arabic about 12 years ago. I just caught up with them 2 days ago after being away for the…

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Language Fluency to Mastery
How To Go From Basic Fluency To Mastery In A Foreign Language Using The Chunking Method
14 responses - Posted 11.04.12

Today I’m going to share a video with you demonstrating one of my simple, routine methods for learning any language.
This is a highly effective strategy that will push you toward native-like fluency in a way that does not involve…

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Egyptian Girls
12 Lessons Learned Proposing To An Egyptian Girl Who Only Spoke Arabic
161 responses - Posted 10.03.12

It’s time.
I’ve been here in Korea for two weeks and I’ve been hearing quite a bit about cross-cultural relationships as there seem to be so many foreigners here dating Korean men and women.
Hearing about the cultural differences and…

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Libyan guy in Egypt
Arabic and Hebrew: Why Semitic Languages Are Not Difficult
66 responses - Posted 04.16.12

I read a lot of comments on forums and other blogs, and have received emails from people asking questions about the difficulty of Semitic languages like Arabic and Hebrew (Arabic mainly).
Fear-mongering novice learners try to frighten other would-be learners…

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