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If I want to learn arabic do I have to be careful with what kind of dialect I learn or from where the teacher comes ? I would like to learn before moving to Dubai.

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Check out this link.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqz_l7FupzE

 
11/03/2015 09:22:39
Lella (0 Post)  

Thanks for sharing useful link.
24/03/2015 09:31:33
Akram (0 Post)  

yea thanks for this video link, explained well.
30/03/2015 11:32:06
Parag (0 Post)  

Yes, there are several dialects in use, and it would be wise to find out what exactly would suit your purpose.
04/04/2015 09:35:38
Dweep (2 Post)  

But generally speaking, any good language school, or a proper internet search would help you out with your dilemma.
08/04/2015 06:39:49
Dweep (2 Post)  

cHECK OUT THIS LINK.

http://www.ehow.com/how_8378301_speak-arabic-accent.html

 
09/04/2015 07:57:47
jatin (0 Post)  

Thanks for sharing useful link.
10/04/2015 08:01:57
Annie (0 Post)  

Checkou the link.

http://arabic.speak7.com/major_dialects_of_arabic_language.htm

 
14/04/2015 11:48:56
kripa (0 Post)  

Informative information.
15/04/2015 10:39:41
Jazz Kaur (0 Post)  

WATCH THIS VIDEO.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqz_l7FupzE

 
23/04/2015 10:41:05
victoria (0 Post)  

Nice video, explained well.
24/04/2015 10:09:20
Samira (0 Post)  

useful - thanks for link.
29/04/2015 09:57:40
Vaishali (0 Post)  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqz_l7FupzE
08/05/2015 08:43:42
Ammo (0 Post)  

Thanks for the information.
11/05/2015 08:15:56
Dhruv (0 Post)  

Different variants of the Arabic language are spoken in many different nations and regions around the world, most commonly throughout northern Africa and the Middle Eastern nations. However, in many areas, the differences in regional dialects may make one Arabic speaker nearly incomprehensible to another. In most cases, the different dialects don’t have a specific written form of the language, but there’s usually a certain amount of literature that accompanies each dialect, including poetry and plays. This is especially true for the dialects spoken in Egypt and Lebanon.
12/05/2015 09:54:31
supriya (0 Post)  

Another major distinction is to be made between the widely diverging colloquial spoken varieties, used for nearly all everyday speaking situations, and the formal standardized language, found mostly in writing or in prepared speech. The regionally prevalent variety is learned as the speaker's native language, while the formal language is subsequently learned in school. The formal language itself varies between its modern iteration (often called Modern Standard Arabic or MSA in English) and the Classical Arabic that serves as its basis, though Arabic speakers typically do not make this distinction.

 
13/05/2015 09:32:32
Pam (0 Post)  

Check this link out.

http://arabic.speak7.com/major_dialects_of_arabic_language.htm

 
18/05/2015 09:21:34
Nisha (0 Post)  

Thanks for the information. 
19/05/2015 08:08:58
payal (0 Post)  

Check this link out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEjGATxtjhE

 

 
22/05/2015 07:25:17
shweta (0 Post)  

Informative information. 
25/05/2015 06:50:59
shine (0 Post)  

Check out this link.

http://arabic.speak7.com/major_dialects_of_arabic_language.htm

 
27/05/2015 06:47:20
kangana (0 Post)  

Thanks for the link. 
01/06/2015 07:11:23
pragiti (0 Post)  

There are many varieties of the Arabic language (dialects or otherwise) in existence within five regional forms. Arabic itself is a Semitic language that originated on the Arabian peninsula. The largest divisions occur between the spoken languages of different regions. Some varieties of Arabic in North Africa, for example, are incomprehensible to an Arabic speaker from the Levant or the Persian Gulf. Within these broad regions further and considerable geographic distinctions exist, within countries, across country borders, even between cities and villages.

 

Another major distinction is to be made between the widely diverging colloquial spoken varieties, used for nearly all everyday speaking situations, and the formal standardized language, found mostly in writing or in prepared speech. The regionally prevalent variety is learned as the speaker's native language, while the formal language is subsequently learned in school. The formal language itself varies between its modern iteration (often called Modern Standard Arabic or MSA in English) and the Classical Arabic that serves as its basis, though Arabic speakers typically do not make this distinction
02/06/2015 06:42:13
zavier (0 Post)  

This process of accommodation sometimes appeals to the formal language, but often does not. For example, villagers in central Palestine may try to use the dialect of Jerusalem rather than their own when speaking with people with substantially different dialects, particularly since they may have a very weak grasp of the formal language.[6] In another example, groups of educated speakers from different regions will often use dialectical forms that represent a middle ground between their dialects rather than trying to use the formal language, to make communication easier and more comprehensible. For example, to express the existential 'there is' (as in, 'there is a place where...'), Arabic speakers have access to many different words:

 

Kuwait & Iraq: /aku/

Egypt, the Levant, and most of the Arabian peninsula /fiː/

Tunisia: /fama/
14/07/2015 12:37:04
peri (0 Post)  

Arabic accent is very much different.
23/07/2015 12:32:19
narayani (0 Post)  

Check out this link.

http://speak-arabic.specialoffergroup.net/tag/learn-arabic-online-in-dubai

 
23/11/2015 05:54:35
George (0 Post)  

Thanks for the information.
27/11/2015 06:23:02
Mac (0 Post)  

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