benginur.1 saysSun 1st Jan 17@11:20 pmthis is so helpful. thanks :)
Cathjg saysSun 8th Jan 17@11:46 am
Well explained, thanks
KarenCK saysFri 13th Jan 17@10:18 pm
saramuslimah saysTue 31st Jan 17@12:08 pm
Very nice website. Love it.
Bintilbalad saysThu 2nd Feb 17@06:12 pm
I can't access any of the recordings on the website, neither via Safari nor Chrome. Is anyone else encountering this problem?
saramuslimah saysThu 2nd Feb 17@08:53 pm
For me it works fine both on computer (Firefox) and safari on mobile.
athar_vvce saysFri 3rd Feb 17@05:07 pm
very nicely explained
Bintilbalad saysSat 4th Feb 17@07:50 pm
Thanks, Sarah--good to know.
saimab saysFri 31st Mar 17@11:08 am
This is just my cup of tea. Jzk!
elena123456 saysMon 24th Apr 17@06:11 pm
what dilect is this?
Husna91 saysThu 14th Dec 17@08:00 am
which country's dialect? i thought the lesson would be in Fusha?
Fiona saysSat 16th Dec 17@12:37 am
Hi Husna91 - I think Arabicpod has some lessons in Fusha, but generally Fusha isn't its focus.
Its focus is mostly on colloquial Arabic, so we can learn to talk easily and naturally with people throughout the Arabic-speaking world.
(Lessons often do include some Fusha, and often there is commentary on differences between Fusha and colloquial terms. Basically, the focus is on whatever will be easily understood throughout the Arabic-speaking world).
For this reason, the focus usually isn't on a particular dialect, but rather on language that will be understood throughout the Arabic-speaking world.
But there are also lessons in specific dialects. For example, if you put "Levantine" into the search box, you will find various lessons in the Levantine dialect.
(Where the lesson is in a specific dialect, there will generally be an indication of this, either in the lesson heading, or in the spoken information from the presenters.)
SSmith5000 saysSun 2nd Jun 19@09:32 am
I had to use Chrome (mobile) to open the files. Works fine now.
abuaaisha1 saysThu 30th Jul 20@02:14 am
Salam , can u also include the Classical Arabic words in the pdf transcript plz and Also the root words for the verbs used..
Aje saysTue 22nd Sep 20@04:39 pm
Beginner - Can't talk now
|December 22nd, 2016||1 comment|
When someone calls you at a bad time, how do you explain nicely that you are busy and will call back when you're free? That's one exactly what you will learn in today's podcast.
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