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    so many people here want to learn arabic without any doubt right, but you have to relise that we arabs have more then one dialect, and (its quit sad btw) if you came here at started conversing with people while using the arabic of the qur'an then everyone will give you a weird stare.

    so i will give you sample of some arabic dialects and what they sound like

    first, our mascot, KSA, this is what saudi arabic sounds like (note that they have many accents, but this one is the most common) dont worry this is not music, this is poetry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnSm5n0M414

    this is common emarati arabic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSHRxR8lJp4

    this is common kuwaiti arabic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QubUUGL2Hj8

    this is common yemeni arabic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP4QehPPKR8

    this is common egyptian arabic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YU6Ypql1D8s

    this is common syrian arabic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ph9gly6NNmY


    and there are many more, notice the difference, so choose wisely
    "arm yourself with knowledge and laugh at the accusers"
    me - 2017

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    Re: learning arabic

    No need for all those videos, just watch this one :

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    • #3
      Re: learning arabic

      Fusha is beyond beautiful..I'm personally not interested in learning any dialect ..

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        Re: learning arabic

        Originally posted by Umm Uthmaan View Post
        Fusha is beyond beautiful..I'm personally not interested in learning any dialect ..
        yes, but fusha is actually the hardest one to learn and it is the most expressive form of arabic
        "arm yourself with knowledge and laugh at the accusers"
        me - 2017

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        • #5
          Re: learning arabic

          Originally posted by Poster View Post
          No need for all those videos, just watch this one :

          Wow mashaaAllah that's amazing.. I think the closest dialect to fusha is Yemeni. Moroccan is waayyy off like how is that even Arabic lol.
          إن الصلاة تنهى عن الفحشاء والمنكر

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          • #6
            Re: learning arabic

            Originally posted by magok View Post
            yes, but fusha is actually the hardest one to learn and it is the most expressive form of arabic
            Fusha is the easiest bro, it's the language of the Qur'an which we read everyday.

            Learning dialects is hard because you'll need to live and grow up in that specific country to learn it.

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            • #7
              Re: learning arabic

              I'm syrian and i know a lot of arbic dialects but still find that the fusha is the most important , and i wouldn't stare weirdly if someone spoke to me fusha , it is actually the real language that we are proud of ,and i disagree with non-arabs who want to learn a dialect instead or with the fusha .. 90% of arabs will understand and will be able to contact in fusha but not all arabs would be able to speak a dialect which is diffrent from his dialect so i encourage all non-arabs who want to learn arabic to learn the fusha ....

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