Unlike English, adjectives in Arabic are placed after the noun. Adjectives in Arabic agree with the noun they describe. This means that adjectives that describe a feminine noun have a special form. If the noun is definite (i.e. 'a big house' versus 'the big house'), the adjective carries the definite article as well.
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Speak! Arabic remembers which words and phrases you've already learned and those you still need to practice. Each topic consists of listening practice, a printable Arabic-English lexicon and the opportunity to record your voice and see how your pronunciation compares with Arabic native speakers. This course can use everyday English letters so that you can learn Arabic without having to learn Arabic script. You can also switch to the Arabic alphabet with a simple click, once you have gained confidence with the words and phrases.
This is an easy and enjoyable course to learn Arabic. I really like the voice, which is of a very high quality. It's also a big help to be able to start learning with normal letters (i.e. latin letters), and then to switch to Arabic letters once I feel confident with the words.
Published on Jan. 7, 2013 by Francisco from Nador, Morocco
A very good arabic course. Highly interactive. I just started yesterday and have already learned so much!
Published on Nov. 17, 2015 by Julia from Erlangen, Germany
I like the course because it allows you to learn Arabic in a practical and fun way. I used it years ago and have recently decided to get back to it.
Published on Aug. 11, 2015 by Begoña from Spain
Fun and easy way to learn Arabic! Excellent methodology. The course has been very valuable to me. The course allows you to learn through normal letters or Arabic letters. I started using the course with normal letters and when I got through the course, I switched to Arabic letters. Because I already knew the words fairly well, I was able to learn Arabic script quite easily.
Published on Sept. 2, 2015 by Ajay from Lisbon, Portugal
Product Name:Speak! Arabic
Average Customer Review:
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As for job opportunities, it certainly wouldn't hurt to have Arabic on your résumé. Knowledge of Arabic means you'll be more likely to be sent on business trips. Globalization is shrinking the business world and those who know Arabic will definitely have the edge.
If you learn some Arabic, you will increase the number of people you can communicate with. Many people who have learned Arabic have met their husband or wife because of it.
If you want to get to know the locals, to read signs, menus, etc, knowing Arabic is a necessity. A basic ability in Arabic will help you to order food, find your way around and buy train or bus tickets.
Get by in Arabic with these basic Arabic words & phrases.
I am fine.
I am from Germany.
Ana jitum min Almanya.
I am learning Spanish.
Ana atãlum al Isbania.
I come from Canada.
Ana jitum min Kanada.
I am learning German.
Ana atãlum al Almania.
I am married.
I was born in England.
Ana walitu fi Beritanya.
I am tired.
It is estimated that there are 246 million speakers of all Arabic varieties worldwide. Arabic is spoken in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Syria, Jordan and several other countries.
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