Do you want to learn Arabic?
Here are some free audio phrasebooks: Free Phrasebooks
Are you an Arabic teacher? Do you want to teach your language? Do you want to explain your language? Leave your contact details in the “comments” section below.
Are you an Arabic speaker? Do you want to teach Arabic? Do you want to explain the structure and culture of “the Arabic language” to people who want to learn Arabic? Leave your details in the “comments” section at the bottom of this page or browse the “comments” section and contact people who post their details there.
Do you want to learn Arabic? Here are some free audio phrasebooks: Bilingual English/Arabic 2.
Do you want to talk to people in Arabic or talk about “the Arabic language”?
Leave your contact details in the “comments” section.
Look at these examples:
Hi. My name is Muhammed. I am not a teacher but I can speak Arabic and I can try to explain it, although it is complicated. My Skype ID is muhammed2011. Email me on firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to talk.
Hi. My name is Mark. I am a student of the Arabic language. I cannot speak any Arabic (but I have heard some on the bilingual phrasebooks on this site). I want to talk about Arabic customs. I also want to learn some Arabic phrases. My email is email@example.com. Email me to set up a time or skype me (markew) evenings between six and ten pm Sydney time.
Hi. My name is Birgit. I study Arabic at university in Berlin. I would like to practice speaking. I have been to Egypt and Syria. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to skype and my skype ID is: birgit4tlk.
Hi my name is Abdullah. I grew up in Kuwait but I migrated to Canada and I speak English, French and Arabic. I would be happy to try to explain the nuances of the Arabic language to anybody who is interested but it is complicated. I can teach you about the language or teach you some basic phrases if you are a beginner. Email me at email@example.com or send an “are you there?” message to me on Skype: abdullahsa8
I would be particularly interested in meeting a Turkish person to exchange languages Turkish for Arabic. Are there any Turkish-speaking people who want to learn Arabic?