Off topic: Arabic: Distance learning
Thread poster: Ines Areal Perez
| | Ines Areal Perez
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English to Spanish
Hello I have began to learn Arabic, I made a couple of courses and I will like to go further will online or distances courses. Do you know any?
| I doubt that this is a brilliant idea.... || Jul 14, 2008 |
Hi, I am studying Arabic myself and am taking real courses at a private school here in Morocco. I doubt that you can learn the proper pronunciation, the script and grammar from any online course...
I am thrilled with the books we are using in our Fossha course and I think I could now pretty much work on my own. These books are in English and have CDs recorded mostly in the Egyptian dialect. I can give you the titles if you are interested.
Consider also to spend some time -- even if it's just your holidays -- to get a taste of the culture, too.
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