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  • la_dounia
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    Assalamu alaikum;
    here is a flash about how to spell arabic letters
    http://www.ashefaa.com/play-12175.html

    the same nasheed on youtube

    [youtube]cAzXdkgwpfo[/youtube]


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  • jayrag
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    I am a member of this web site they offer free mp3 downloads of podcasts, you only have to join in order to get the written lesson texts.
    but I reccomend this site for beginners like me who do self study.
    http://www.arabicpod.net/learnarabic

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  • Abd ul-Muntaqim
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    Here is an excellent website to make your own flashcards without wasting paper :) Also it has a neat little memory game.

    http://www.flashcardexchange.com/

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  • Na'eemah
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    Flash cards are really helpful.

    In Arabic, we had flashcards like for example a picture of teacher (mudaris/mudarisa or mu'allim/mu'allima))and we had to make sentences about the teacher such as what color shirt he is wearing, how old he is (just make it up!), and where he is, his profession - all in Arabic.

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  • RobInGermany
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    Marhaba,

    I am new to the site, and to the Arabic language. I find Arabic a fascinating and challenging language to learn. As I am new to the language I need all the help I can get, and the suggestions mentioned above sound like great learning tools that I will most definately use in my daily life, in order to increase my ability to learn. Thank you for putting together such a comprehensive site to study your language. I look forward to working with everybody. Thanks again for the site, and letting me be a part of it.

    ma'assalama,
    Rob

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  • .: Anna :.
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    The normal Arab English dictionary which students use is Hans Weir. Don't buy it online cos I think it will be very expensive. If you have any Islamic book shops near by you may be able to buy it for ten or twenty pounds instead of like 50 which some place will charge you.
    If you wanted a website dictionary, try english.sakhr.com it's useful as a quick resourse

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    These all seem like good tips that wil (insha allah) come in handy. My one question is does anyone have a preferred site to go to find an arabic-english dictionary. Eventually when finances are more improved I would like to acquire one for myself.

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  • Neyzen
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    arabic-arabic

    and also using arabic- arabic dictionary will be useful. you better try to comprehend the structure of arabic very well. you should give up thinking in english, u have to get used to think in arabic. You should look at arabic -arabic dictionaries. If you still dont understand, you should look it up an arabic-english dictionary.

    massalamah

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  • safiyah
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    Really useful tips.


    Thanks

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