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Postby Moshaya » Fri Aug 31, 2007 6:50 pm

If you're new to the forum, or even if you're not but have never introduced yourself, please feel free to introduce yourself here. :)
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Postby ukbabe » Fri Aug 31, 2007 6:54 pm

Hi, my name is holly and i live in London. I have been studying Arabic for 4 months but have just discovered this website. Keep up the good work :D
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Hello and thaks for such a useful resouce

Postby Simon » Sat Sep 01, 2007 7:43 pm


Like Holly learning Arabic in London for 4 months now and this is such a useful resource

please keep it up....

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Postby wafit » Sat Sep 01, 2007 10:21 pm

hello everybody, my name is Wafi - means faighfull or repayable ;-) hummm -i'm now at somewhere in high atlas of morocco.. i found this incidentally when my niece & my nephew asked me to recommand for them some ressource to learn arabic.. and really i like it so much also my brother's kids like it cuz really it is a great website and it has a future thanks Ehab & mohamed for this great website.
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He won't let me be indifferent to the suffering
That the very dried up death doesn't find me
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Thank you for a great podcast!

Postby umair » Wed Sep 05, 2007 6:19 am

this is an awesome podcast/web site for those of us trying to learn arabic!
great job!
keep it up, please!

jazakumullah kullu khair!
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Postby WARDAH83 » Thu Sep 06, 2007 4:21 am

My name is Sarah and Im learning arabic so I can speak to my friends whose first language is arabic. I would like to become more fluent and learn to speak just like them. I am very intrigued in their language and I found this website to be very useful so far.
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Postby mujtahida » Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:22 am

i started learning arabic over a year ago, but once my course finished i got a bit lazy and didn't keep up with the learning. i'm really glad i stumbled accross this site, so far it's really helping in adding a bit of structure to my learning and i can see myself slowly progressing. it's a great resource for people like myself with little time on my hands ;-) so thanks a lot, keep the lessons coming!!
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Postby starlightwalker » Sun Sep 09, 2007 8:48 am

My name is Nick. I put arab into Wikpedia and have now found this super site after looking for lessons for ages. I have been working with language disks and books. These lessons are the icing on the cake , the general discussions are so helpful. I do hope they continue. I am a bit concerned about different dialects. I visit Tunis quite regularly they can understand Arabic pure - its just a case of understanding them!!
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Postby Micah » Sun Sep 09, 2007 4:00 pm

Hello / Salaam! I have studied Arabic for about a year. I think your podcasts, website and APG are excellent. Please keep up the good work. Hope to be a Mystery Guest one day. :D
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Postby Willow » Fri Sep 21, 2007 1:09 am

Hi! I am just starting to learn Arabic, as of a few days ago. I can't afford classes right now and I have already graduated from college, so this is a great resource! Also, I am doing what will hopefully become a Master of Fine Arts Thesis in paintings about the Middle East, and it would help to be able to speak some of the language of some of the people I meet! Shokran! (that is the first word I learned form my Palestinian friend. I think the second word I learned was Zattar, a Lebanese dish :-P~)
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Hassna = tres belle = Very beautiful

Postby hassna83 » Fri Sep 21, 2007 11:29 am

Bonjour !!

My name is Hassna (means very beautiful), i'm French, and my origins are Moroccans and i work in Geneva. A friend of mine informed me about your WebSite. He is trying to learn Arabic language as well. I know the basic Moroccan dialect thanks to my parents who always talk to me in Moroccan. But i am now very interested on the Arabic language and writing. I am amazed on how quick i have learned Arabic with your lessons. I'm becoming a fan of those kind of lessons. You guys are doing a fantastic job. When i watch the "news" in a Moroccan Channel , i can now manage to understand and catch some words thanks to your great lessons.

Merci - ShoKran - Thank You and Mobarak l3wacher !!
Miss Hassna :wink:
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Postby Iman » Fri Sep 21, 2007 2:51 pm

I'm originally from the caribbean and living in canada, i've alw been intrested in the arabic language- Also my fiance' is moroccan and tht makes me wanna know the language and learn it more :) Alhamdulillah its such a beautiful language.
:wink: Chokran Jazeelan and may Allah reward you for the effort and work you guys put into this website- its awsome and very helpful...keep up the good wrk!
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Postby Maha » Mon Oct 01, 2007 11:28 am

Ya halla!

I want you to know that i think this is a terrific resource you are offering, it is very much appreciated so don't imagine you are doing all this work for nothing because, believe me, we do appreciate it!

I love to hear the lessons but also the interplay between the teachers and the 'mystery' student each week.

Your Arabic is beautiful. I'm used to hearing Khaleej accents so I often find it interesting to hear Egyptian, Lebanese etc speakers - they sound very different to my ears from what I'm used to. I think you said you are from Jordan.

Keep up the good work!
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Postby jake » Thu Oct 11, 2007 1:34 pm

hello... my name is jake and i lived in the Sudan for 4 years and miss the people and the way of life very much. I'm keen not to forget the arabic i learned there and am hoping to learn to read and write. thanks for all your work arabicpod... it's a wonderful resource.
hi, i was in sudan for 4 years and know some arabic but would like to know more... any sudanese out there?
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Postby Ash » Wed Nov 28, 2007 10:43 am

Hi, My name is Ash, I live in the UK and am learning Arabic as I love languages and am travelling soon in the Arabic world and want to be able to communicate in Arabic, as well as learning it because it is a beautiful language :D

Thanks guys! Shukram!
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