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Language learning and communication

rajrouj

rajrouj

I am a college professor and a world citizen. I am also the Founder and Director of the Center for Acquisition of Language, Literacy And Culture (CALLAC). I love all people, and strongly believe that all people are the same, regardless gender, race, color, religion, ethnicity, history, geography, culture, language, intellect, background or wealth. I am against inequality in all forms and shapes, firmly a pro women issues, fight against violence and harassment to women, everywhere, at home, at work, and on the streets. I want to see all peoples of this world become one. Perhaps through communicating with each other we can achieve this.

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Don’t be confused or intimidated because you don’t know how to speak a language. Different Languages are there to prevent us from communication. How ironical is it that language, which is a trait for communication that is unique to human beings, becomes a barrier of communication when it is a different language! Learn languages to continue cross language and culture communication.

Learn Arabic, for example, and communicate with people of 22 countries. Arabic is spoken in 22 countries and is the 5th most spoken language in the world. Arabic has a very rich repertoire in literature, pop culture, and even science. Do you know that Arabs during their Golden age which span between the 8th and 13th century contributed in the field of language, science, maths, astronomy, medicine, architecture, navigation and geography, crafts, and music.

Visit our site at www.callac.org and learn about our services in teaching Arabic. We develop programs that uniquely caters your own needs and goals. Contact us and book a free consultation to know more about our services and discuss your goals.

The Ted Talk below illustrates the power of language. https://www.ted.com/talks/mark_pagel_how_language_transformed_humanity?referrer=playlist-how_language_changes_over_time#t-292368

Categorised in: Arabic for business purposes, Arabic on-line, Cross-cultural understanding, Education

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