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If you're new to Arabic, then this level should be your starting point. We tend to present short dialogues with useful phrases for practical everyday situations. The lessons are mainly in English, with the Arabic translations spoken slowly and clearly. The Beginner's level is the best place to start, whether you want to master the language or just require a few key phrases to help you on your trips to the world of Arabia.
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Beginner - Haircut

Date: October 21st, 2008

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We're at the barbers in this beginner lesson and somebody is after a haircut! Don't take any chances when it comes to your luscious locks, be sure you know exactly what you're going to get. If not, I ...
Beginner - Wrong bus

Date: October 10th, 2008

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Join us for this beginner podcast where the man in the dialogue jumps on the wrong bus, luckily someone lets him know! Have you ever got on the wrong bus? Where did you end up? Tell us your stories if...
Beginner - Close the door

Date: October 4th, 2008

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Don't you just find it annoying when someone leaves the room and leaves door the open? Luckily for you, we're here to help you alleviate this annoyance! Tune in to listen to what the guy in the dialog...
Beginner - Changing the volume

Date: September 26th, 2008

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Sit back, relax, turn up your speakers and tune in to another ArabicPod lesson coming straight to your pockets! In this lesson you'll learn how to tell someone "Turn it up!". Careful not to upset the ...
Beginner - Happy opportunity

Date: September 19th, 2008

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We're happy to have this opportunity to bring you another podcast and hope there'll be many more coming your way. In this beginner lesson we teach you what to say upon parting with somebody you meet f...
Beginner - Fasting

Date: September 5th, 2008

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As we enter the month of Ramadan we thought it would be appropriate to bring you a lesson on fasting. We teach you how to politely refuse a kind offer for a drink and explain the reason being that you...
Beginner - You look tired

Date: August 29th, 2008

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Join us in this beginner podcast where we'll teach you how to say you're tired in Arabic. Maybe you've had a long day at work or perhaps you've had a late night, whatever the reason may be listen in a...
Beginner - I'm thirsty

Date: August 22nd, 2008

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Don't get stuck in the middle of the blistering heat of a dry, arid country of the Middle East without these absolutely essential, lifesaving words to hand (unless, that is, you want to end up looking...
Beginner - Blocking the way

Date: August 15th, 2008

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Train stations, shopping aisles, stairways and corridors... wherever you are people always seem to be getting in the way! You can choose to either squeeze past them or, alternatively, you could polite...
Beginner - The boss

Date: August 8th, 2008

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Watch out, the boss is about! Keep your voice low, watch what you say, put your head down and look as if you're getting on with your work, because the boss may be lurking over your shoulder. If you wa...
Someone's gone to visit the doctor in this beginner dialogue, it's not just a mild case of the cold, but something rather more critical! OKAY, this dialogue is not exactly serious, more our idea of so...
Beginner - Turn the page

Date: July 25th, 2008

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A student is often asked to 'Turn the page' by the teacher, and as you embark on your journey of learning Arabic, you will need to know how this common phrase is said in Arabic. This dialogue will pro...