Mark Twain once said: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in you sail. Explore. Dream. Discover. “ If you want to explore the vast and
One of the most frequent questions among learners of Arabic, or those who are interested in learning the Arabic language,  is whether to learn the Modern Standard Arabic ( MSA)  or to learn an Arabic local dialect. To help you make that choice , let’s explore both options. If your intent is to learn Arabic
  It’s no surprise that more and more people today are choosing to learn the Arabic language. After all, it is one of the most commonly used and spoken languages, used in 22 Arab countries with more than 300 million speakers around the world. This has made Arabic a universal language, and one that is
Arab culture dates back to thousands of years and encompasses some of the most extraordinary achievements and creativity in the history of mankind. From literature, sciences and medicine, to spreading out the poetic Arabic language; Arab culture has a lot to be proud of. Here are 9 interesting facts about this rich culture: Arab culture
The Arabic language has become one of the most popular and common languages in the world. Today, it is spoken in 22 Arab countries with more than 300 million speakers worldwide. This has made Arabic an international language, and one that is certainly worth learning. Learning the Alphabet is the first point of entry into
If you’re an individual who is fond of the Arabic language or are someone who needs to speak Arabic in order to interact with native Arabic speakers, then it’s time to consider learning the Arabic language. But first, let’s take a closer look at the Arabic language: Arabic is and has always been a popular
Xuran Wu is 23 years of age and has just completed her MA degree in Islamic & Middle Eastern studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is also a fluent Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) speaker. We Chatted with Xuran to learn more about her experience learning Arabic; one of the most commonly spoken languages
So you’ve decided to visit the Arab region and you’ve been doing your homework on your chosen destination. You know where you are going to go and what you are going to see, and you’ve even planned and booked all your tours. But have you stopped to think about all the mouthwatering food you’re going

My Arabic Experience

Chunlei is a 21 –year- old Chinese Arabic speaker. After pursuing a BA degree in Arabic language & literature, he started working as a translator in Beijing. We talked to Chunlei about his experience in learning Arabic and his academic success.   Why did you choose to learn Arabic and what attracted you to it? I