5 good ways to learn Arabic ^-^
So I just came across this photo just now and I really wanted to share it because if it's something I can try and do, you guys should know and try. ^-^
No 1. Watch TV in Arabic
From my experience, I've seen a lot of people's Arabic improve[obviously not mine ;p]. There was this channel I seem to have forgotten. Oh yes MBC! When I was a little kid[about 4/5], I'd be sitting on the sofa in front of the TV with my mum watching Arabic dramas[those shows were scary no lies]. My friend[who by chance has the same name XD] benefited a lot from it and now she's GCSE level!
No 2. Use Arabic learning apps
Using Duolingo has benefited me in some ways and hasn't benefited me in other ways. Like I know what crowded means but there are other aspects of Arabic I still don't get. I'd recommend other websites along with Duolingo if you want to get the whole experience.
No 3. Talk to friends in Arabic
One of the most important thing is to practice speaking Arabic whether it be around the house, at school/work or with friends. Have short conversations and as time passes and you learn knew vocabulary, you'll be speaking for hours I promise you.
No 4. Keep a diary in Arabic
First you'd have to learn how to write Arabic but it isn't hard. This tip will improve your Arabic and as I said before, write a few sentences and over time when you learn much more vocabulary, you'll be writing pages full of Arabic. ^-^
No 5. Read a book in Arabic
Arabic is really easy to read. You basically just read from what is there[not like a few languages I know ;p]. Reading helps with vocabulary a lot. If you read 1 or 2 pages of Arabic a day, I guarantee you that your Arabic vocabulary will increase by so much.
With these five tips, I'll assure you, you'll be fluent in Arabic.
Great ways! I should honestly take my Arabic more seriously, but Spanish has taken over for now (I am almost addicted to the progress I am making in Spanish.)
These are the same stuff I really recommend doing in Spanish too!
I think those stuff are necessary for any language... you know some good apps/sites to learn German?
Thankyou. Any specific apps or tv programmes/films people want to recommend? Another thing I've just started and am finding amazing: Language Transfer Introduction to Arabic (free or you can donate to support project). It is podcast lessons (audio) and there are cards which I haven't looked at yet. I'm learning a lot while I walk the dog! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeA5t3dWTWvsP3fzKigR7hKKaJtWB1eHJ