Increasing your vocabulary is one of the most important things you can do when learning any language. But it can often feel overwhelming when there are SO many words to learn – how do you know where to start!? This list will give you 7 hints and tips to help you expand your vocabulary in a quick, efficient and – most importantly – sustainable way.
Throughout its rich history of trade, migration and empire, the East African coast – from Eritrea in the north to Mozambique in the south – has developed a unique cultural, religious and demographic identity that makes it distinct from the rest of the African continent.
Many Arabic students waste time, energy and money making simple and easily avoidable mistakes, sometimes leading them to give up on the language altogether. Whether you’re just starting out on your Arabic journey or you’re somewhere down the line struggling to keep going, here are 10 mistakes to avoid when learning Arabic.
Here's a list of a few things you may not have known about the history of coffee and what makes Arabic coffee the cultural institution it is in the Middle East and North Africa.
Watching films and box-sets in Arabic is a brilliant way to improve your listening skills and to familiarise yourself with the Arabic language. The following list of Arabic movies and TV shows from across the Middle East features a range of different dialects and will help you start improving your Arabic from your couch!
We’ve created this clear, honest guide based on our own experiences to show you the good, the bad, the wonderful and the downright weird of studying abroad. Whether you’re a university student, a young professional with an interest in the region or you’re simply looking for a new adventure, this guide will help you find the perfect place for YOU to learn Arabic. This week… Nablus, Palestine
With Covid-19 causing chaos throughout the world, we decided to conduct a series of interviews with people across the Middle East and North Africa to try to understand how the effects are being felt across the region. In this interview, Riyadh-based teacher and podcaster Andrea Mehringer shares her reflections.
If you’re trying to learn Arabic, one of the most important things you need to do to ensure you make consistent progress is to set goals you can track and achieve. We’ve created this step-by-step guide to help you!
The following tips and hacks will help you to build an Arabic study habit into your daily routine so you can learn from your home, for free.
These non-native Arabic-speaking vloggers show life and culture in the region through a unique lens - both local and foreign, and also not quite either. If you’re looking for Arabic resources on social media or perhaps just a bit of inspiration to remind of what you can achieve when you commit to learning Arabic, you need to follow these guys now!