Learning Arabic Verbal exchanges series: Greetings Verbal exchanges between native speakers of Arabic is like a ping pong game. The initiator starts with a phrase that has a certain sociolinguistic function, then the listener responds with a given phrase or sentence. It is exactly like a ping pong game, the initiator sends the message to… Read More ›
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… Read More ›
There is no child that cannot understand, but there is a teacher who doesn’t know how to communicate with the child!
Today I met a lovely Egyptian girl, Minna. She is 12 years old and is finishing her primary school. The education system in Egypt is divided into 3 stages: the primary for 6 years, the preparatory for 3 years, and the secondary for 3 years. At the end of each stage there is a state… Read More ›
Understanding Arabs Please visit the Center for Acquisition of Languages, Literacy And Culture to learn more about Arabs. Rajaa Aquil the founder just published a blog on how the past and the present play a role in shaping the psyche of an Arab. The blog sheds light on important aspects that need to be taken… Read More ›