Learning Arabic - Free short Videos for Amazon subscribers

I happened across these while searching for Arabic books. They are very short but if you're an Amazon subscriber they're free and you can watch them docked on you work PC if you're a multitasker/worker/student/bum

There are also a LOT of full length motion pictures in Arabic available on Amazon. Put them in your watchlist and set the subtitles and audio... amazing selection

Season 1 Learning Arabic free to Prime subscribers

Learning Arabic Videos Season 1 Be the first to review this item 2019 7+ Learning Arabic series of Everyday Arabic dialogues

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  1. Greetings in Arabic February 28, 2019 29sec

Learn how to say "Hello" in Arabic and greetings

  1. What's Your Name? February 28, 2019 33sec

Learn how to Ask "What's Your Name" in Arabic and meeting people

  1. The Family in Arabic February 28, 2019 33sec

Learn how to talk about "The family" in Arabic and introducing oneself

  1. What Do You Do? February 28, 2019 53sec

Learn how to talk about "What you do" in Arabic and work

  1. In The Restaurant February 28, 2019 56sec

Learn how to order food "In The Restaurant" in Arabic

  1. At the Supermarket February 28, 2019 43sec

Learn how to ask for something "At the Supermarket" in Arabic

  1. Asking for Directions February 28, 2019 47sec

Learn how to ask for "Directions" in Arabic

  1. Going Shopping February 28, 2019 55sec

Learn how to ask for something when "Going Shopping" in Arabic

  1. Looking for an Apartment February 28, 2019 1min

Learn how to ask for details when "Looking for an Apartment" in Arabic

  1. What's Your Weekend Plan?
August 12, 2019


This is pretty neat. Will bookmark this.

August 14, 2019

Not available in my location but thanks for the info.

August 12, 2019

Thank you so much. Added to my watch list.

August 21, 2019
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