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Queen's University
 

Learning Tools

 

Arabic on your computer

You may start typing Arabic as soon as you start your Arabic course! This website provides you with instructions on how to display and type Arabic.

 

  Aratools

 Arabic- English online dictionary

Qalam wa Lawh Center for Arabic Studies Qalam  Center for Arabic Studies is an institution with a reputation for excellence in providing a comprehensive program for the study of Arabic as a foreign language to students from around the world.  
 eArabic Learning eArabicLearning.com is an Arabic learning academy for students all over the world that want to improve their Arabic in an affordable, fast and effective way.
We offer live online teaching with our group of native qualified teachers will make your learning fun and effective.
 
Learn Arabic on al3arabiya.org
Learn Arabic on al3arabiya.org
al3arabiya.org
 Search engine for learning tools, dictionnaries and books for Arabic

Great Books of Islamic Civilization

 From Garnet Publishing & Ithaca Press

Egyptian Arabic Dialect Course

 a series of 15 lessons using songs to teach vocabulary and grammar.

The Arabic Student blog

 contains Arabic videos with transcripts and vocabulary

 Iraqi Tutor

collection of eight introductory lessons on the Iraqi dialect, featuring short video clips from a popular Iraqi TV show and audio clips of dialogue and vocabulary

Colloquial Levantine audio and video collection

audio, video, and sample syllabi for learning everyday Arabic as spoken by Jordanians, Lebanese, Palestinians, and Syrians

CultureTalk Arab Levant 

CultureTalk Egypt
CultureTalk North Africa
CultureTalk Western Sahara - Hassaniya Arabic 
CultureTalk Yemen

CultureTalk features video clips of interviews and discussions with people from many different countries and of many different ages and walks of life. Some interviews and discussions are in English; more are in the language(s) of the countries involved. Translations and/or transcripts are given for all non-English video clips. Topics include family, food, education, religious and cultural customs, work, art, sport, travel, and more.

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