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Nothern Comfort
01-16-2006, 08:26 PM
I've wanted to learn Arabic for a while now but not sure how to go about it. I want to learn a dialect that is mutually intelligable to most Arabic speakers. What course would you suggest? Also, I'm not very good at remembering vocabulary, so I need a course that helps with remembering and doesn't just throw loads of words at you to remember without any aid.

What would you suggest? All replies appreciated :) .


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Uma Rayanah
01-19-2006, 08:22 PM

Bro im tryin ma best to help all ma bros and siss to make them able to speak , understand, write and read in Arabic,.. if u hv a look at the perivous topics they might help...

Feel free to ask any Qs,. inshallah..


01-20-2006, 03:21 PM
Sister in Islam

In my Arabic Quran (a Syrian edition) the word Allaah has an accent (fatha) for a short "a" on top of the shadda and in modern script the fatha has been replaced by an alif for a long "a".
It is the case in the Arabic inscription in your avatar.
Is it a remnant of an older pronunciation of Allaah with a short "a" ?

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