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China Arabic TV Arabic Language Channel
The Chinese TV channel will air in 22 Arabic-speaking countries, reaching nearly 300 million people.
china arabic tv
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Greetings in Arabic
Jumah Mubaaraka | جمعة مباركة | Muslim Friday Gathering Greetings
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A History of Arabic
A short history and information of the Arabic language.
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Learning French and Arabic
If you’re reading this then you are possibly one of those who would find French an easier language to learn than Arabic, so they say. Apparently, there is a lot of similar, recognisable vocabulary between French and English. I wouldn’t know, I don’t speak french and my children all did Spanish and Arabic instead of French and German. But there are also many Algerian and Morrocan Arabs that find learning French easier than most English speaking people.
That said is it just down to how many familiar words that you might know in a particular language, like French, in order for you to learn that language easier and quicker? What if you never want to go to France for anything except shopping and sightseeing? What if you do not have any other French-speaking friends? What if your family members never really utter a word of French at home and you’re the only one? If you are a Muslim, Arabic may not be super easy for you but you will have regular contact with it because of the Quran etc.
The fact that the alphabets, hadith sayings, phrases, prayers, greetings, Jumah lectures, the Quran are all in Arabic will mean that there is already an incentive to know or study even just a little bit of it. Not to mention the fact that many Muslims around you will also be either learning or wanting to learn Arabic. If you’re a Muslim parent you want your children to learn the Quran at least and possibly have some Arabic speaking and general reading ability too.
So learning a language is not only about how similar to English it is but it is about the reason, use, purpose and benefit. Any language can be easy to learn if you have a good reason to learn it as well as the motivation, determination and consistency.
Some languages may be good for business or because they are made an option at school but not all languages will stand the test of time. Many languages are now dead languages due to lack of use and no international, business or any sort of real presence. Arabic has grown to become a major player in world languages today as well as having a rich history. Get to grips with Arabic and learn Arabic daily.
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عيد مبارك سعيد على جميع المسلمين و أدخله الله علينا بالخير و البركة و الصحة والعافية وكل عام وانتم بخير
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Brave in Arabic
To be brave is having the characteristic of being courageous and unafraid in the face of danger, pain or fear.
Using the word in a sentence:
It is said that he used to be a brave man.
قيل أنه كان رجل شجاع
- Life shrinks or expands according to the proportion of one’s bravery.
- Bravery is half the victory.
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UK Arabic Tutor
Arabic Language Tutoring within London and the UK. No matter your location we can offer online tuition via Skype or other online software. If you live within London we may be able to get a tutor to you and your home.
Use our contact details to get in touch. Our UK Arabic tutor has qualifications and experience working with Adults and children. Once you try us, you’ll know you can trust us. Your lessons are safe with us so all you have to do is make use of the time and knowledge and boost your own knowledge.
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Blind in Arabic
Someone who is unable to see, permanently or temporarily.
Blind in arabic
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Energetic in Arabic
Energetic – An active or lively or zestful person.
energetic in arabic
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Arabic Daily TV
Arabic document translation services for your essays, articles, reports, letters, notices, certificates, contracts, company documents, medical documents, passports and more. Arabic to English or English to Arabic translations to your deadlines. No project too small or too big.
Personalised, private, Arabic language and Quranic Arabic courses throughout the year on a one-to-one or group basis. From basics to exam preparation. We offer 45, 60 and 90-minute sessions as well as full-day intensive and crash course packages to suit your level.
Religious and Social Studies
Islamic lessons, Akhlaaqi topics and social studies. Discussions on the importance of Islam, religion and having a humane religious character. Covering atheistic, agnostic and secular views and responses. Suitable for the religious and non-religious, Muslims and non-Muslims.
GCSE Arabic Examiner
Visiting examiner to schools London wide for the Pearson-Edexcel, unit 2, Arabic speaking paper, mocks and pre-exam lessons. We offer a marking service for all the Arabic papers as well as advice on preparation for GCSE Arabic and support.
Anti Extremism Visiting Speaker
We can supply a speaker to talk on issues of concern at schools. The topics we cover include but are not limited to: Transnational extremism and radical influences (Whether so-called Islamist, right-wing or other), knife crime, racism, bullying and the behaviour of hatred, drugs and substance abuse. twitter.com/Arabic_Daily
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Passenger in Arabic
A traveller or rider on a public or private conveyance other than the driver, pilot or crew.
passenger in arabic
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