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15 Most Common Kind Expressions in Arabic Posted by on Feb 17, 2015

Marhaba! Most of you Arabic lovers enjoyed our 10 most common swear words and expressions in Arabic, as well as the different ways to express anger in Arabic. I am pretty sure most of you are equally interested in learning some of the most common kind expressions in Arabic. Given that there are more kind…

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Sing with Fairouz in Arabic: Take Me My Beloved Posted by on Feb 14, 2015

Marhaba! Happy Valentine’s Day Arabic lovers! Many of you enjoyed learning how to express beautiful love expressions in Arabic! I know that many of you just adore Fairouz’s beautiful songs. Many of you Arabic lovers have reached out to express your desire to learn more of her great songs. Well, you came to the right…

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10 Most Common Expressions About Love in Arabic Posted by on Feb 10, 2015

Marhaba! As you all know, Valentine’s Day (عيد الحب) is just around the corner. Millions around the world celebrate it every year on February 14th. This day of love is usually celebrated with bouquets of red roses, red heart-shaped chocolate boxes and balloons, stuffed bears, heart-shaped jewelry, and various other gifts. Today, I want to celebrate…

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Arabic for Life: Part 2 Posted by on Feb 5, 2015

    Ahlan, Arabic lovers! In my previous blog, I gave you a brief idea about the Arabic for Life العربية لغة حياة report that was issued by the Committee for the Modernization of the Arabic Language Teaching. I also presented the member of the committee that was formed under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammad…

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Arabic for Life: Part 1 Posted by on Feb 4, 2015

     Ahlan, Arabic lovers! Today I am going to tell you about the Report of the Committee for the Modernization of the Arabic Language Teaching. The Title that the committee chose to name their report is “Arabic for Life الــعــربــيــة لــغــة حــيــاة“. It symbolizes the importance of teaching and learning Arabic both to native Arabic speakers…

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