Anyone want to learn Arabic this summer?

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Ahlan wa sahlan.gonna run a tuition service this summer. I can read,speak and write Arabic but only Syrian and Lebanese dialect,not Egyptian! If you're interested let me know.

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Free?

How will you teach. Through internet?

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Free?

How will you teach. Through internet?

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I can come to you,only if you live in london! For free? You've got to be kidding me
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Libyan Arabic best Arabic. c:

Jk, this seems like a cool idea.
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Libyan Arabic best Arabic. c:

Jk, this seems like a cool idea.
Libyan??? Noooo. Wait,is it the same as egyptian? I can't stand that dialect
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Libyan??? Noooo. Wait,is it the same as egyptian? I can't stand that dialect
Libyan is not similar to Egyptian, its a whole different game, more similar to other north African dialects and it is quote good to listen to!!
قمعز
What do u think that means?
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(Original post by queen-bee)
Ahlan wa sahlan.gonna run a tuition service this summer. I can read,speak and write Arabic but only Syrian and Lebanese dialect,not Egyptian! If you're interested let me know.

Shukran
that sounds siiiiiiick. How much though?
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Libyan??? Noooo. Wait,is it the same as egyptian? I can't stand that dialect
its not like egyptian at all, more like tunisian if you ask me
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I'm gutted i don't live in London, I'd love to be able to speak Arabic, I have friends who do and it's a stunning language.
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(Original post by Al-farhan)
Libyan is not similar to Egyptian, its a whole different game, more similar to other north African dialects and it is quote good to listen to!!
قمعز
What do u think that means?
are you libyan too?
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are you libyan too?
I'm not Libyan but I have loads of Libyan friends.
I just like their dialects, easier to understand than Algerian and Moroccan and very unique.
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I'm not Libyan but I have loads of Libyan friends.
I just like their dialects, easier to understand than Algerian and Moroccan and very unique.
thank you on behalf of them

also your friends are from the east like me, libyans from the west say 'ga3miz'

and i agree, Moroccan is impossible to understand (they use arabic subtitles when Moroccans are on the Arabic version of the x factor!)
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Yes please.

Then I can rip into the Quaran more.
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(Original post by Al-farhan)
Libyan is not similar to Egyptian, its a whole different game, more similar to other north African dialects and it is quote good to listen to!!
قمعز
What do u think that means?
To sit right? I'm gonna listen to clips of that dialect on YouTube
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I'm gutted i don't live in London, I'd love to be able to speak Arabic, I have friends who do and it's a stunning language.
I'm sorry sweetly but I can't travel out of the city
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Yes please.

Then I can rip into the Quaran more.
You? Omg you want me to teach you the same Arabic that's in the Quran,that Arab is way too powerful even for me
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To sit right? I'm gonna listen to clips of that dialect on YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3XP9XIvaxM

ghada adel speaking in libyan (She does switch a bit for the interviewer)
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that sounds siiiiiiick. How much though?
How much do you think I should charge?
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(Original post by yasmin#2)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3XP9XIvaxM

ghada adel speaking in libyan (She does switch a bit for the interviewer)

Wish me luck
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Ahlan wa sahlan.gonna run a tuition service this summer. I can read,speak and write Arabic but only Syrian and Lebanese dialect,not Egyptian! If you're interested let me know.

Shukran

How different is Lebanese/Syrian from Egyptian Arabic? I'm interested. (I also live in London!)
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