I'd like to brush up my very rusty Arabic. I thought that listening to audio books might help, but when I googled for Arabic audio books the only products that I found where either CDs for children or religious CDs.
Are audio books not popular in the Arab world?
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shfranke United States Local time: 16:19 English to Arabic + ...
Contact and query Jarir Bookstore in Garden Grove, California
May 21, 2008
You might contact and query the good people at the Jarir Bookstore in Garden Grove, California.
I think Jarir is the U.S. distributor for some Arabic audio books published in UK and Lebanon.
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