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I have just finished Duolingo Arabic course :)

I have just finished Duolingo Arabic course, and I'm very excited .... So far so good, all the tree levels were great ..... I'm looking forward to more lessons.....

December 11, 2019



I just started Arabic. The Arabic tree looks quite short though. Did you learn a lot?

What are you planning to do next? Arabic from youtube? Books?


Hi Antti ....The tree is short indeed...but, I'm hoping Duolingo to add more courses soon ..... Yes, I have learned a lot, so far, I think Duolingo is very good on this,.... I've memorized everything ....in the meantime, I continue studying Arabic at Alison, Memrise, and Mondly.....I wish you good luck with your lessons....


Congrats, ill try Mondly. it looks more user friendly than Memrise.


Thank you very much.....Mondly is a very good choice.....Good luck...!!! :)


Thanks for sharing


Wow! Congratulations. I am working on the Arabic course as well right now and I hope to complete it!


Hi there .....!! Thank you....!!! :) That is great....Good luck with your course....!!! :)


Good job! I'll have everything up through level 4 before the end of the year. I'm looking forward to finishing the whole tree and to new lessons.


Thank you Boothe Family....That is great .....!!! Good luck with your lessons....!!! :)

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    Congratulations and All the best


    Thank you very much Ray.....!!! Same to you...Good luck with your lessons....!!! :)


    Congrats. I myself don't think this level of Arabic is enough for reading books (I have bought some and I'm trying)

    Have you tried the English from Arabic tree? It has a lot more vocabulary but it doesn't have Arabic sound.


    Thank you Vojtech_S....!!! You're right....The number of words we learn, up to this level is not enough to read a book....It is needed a larger vocabulary, more lessons ......The English from Arabic tree, no... I have't tried this version, because I want to hear the pronunciation of the words in Arabic....Good luck with your lessons...:)


    Also it needs the dialects, because not much books are written in the Modern Standard Arabic...

    The English from Arabic contains some vocalization, so it is not that bad. (But the spoken English is very annoying:D)


    Congrats! How many hours per day/week did you use for your arabic studies?


    Thank you RomanCy2.....On a daily basis for at least 1 hour ....sometimes I was lazy and I did my lessons for only 15 minutes, but the next day I was studying more to fill the gap....Good luck with your lessons...!!! :)


    wow, that's great! How long did it take you to do that ?


    Thank you stupefaite .....It took me almost 2 months to finish it, maybe 2 and a half ..... :)


    It's really fast! So I guess you were not a beginner when you started ?


    Yes stupefaite, time flies fast, when you're having fun...and I had so much fun learning arabic, and in answer to your question...I knew only the alphabet, the writing of the letters in the beginning, in the middle and at the end, and a few words, not more than ten ... so,nothing much really ....


    Thank you very much Rifyno ....!!!! :)


    Congratulations ! If you're looking for more resources to improve your Arabic proficiency while you wait for Duolingo check out my post: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/35526439

    I wish you all the best!

    Ps-ill be editing the post as I find more resources


    Thank you so much unicornedcats......very kind of you .....the website and the channels are very useful to me.... :) :) :)


    Great, keep this enthusiasm, I will help you if you need me


    الف مبروک یا صدیقتی Congrats a million, my friend(though we don't know each other!)

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