Learn Arabic - Level 1: Introduction to Arabic

Volume 1: Lessons 1-25
Narrated by: ArabicPod101.com
Length: 3 hrs and 49 mins

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Absolutely new to Arabic? Don't know where to start?

Welcome to Introduction to Arabic, Volume 1.

Before you take that trip, get a solid foundation of Arabic first!

Master the basics of Arabic conversation the fun, fast, and easy way!

Start speaking Arabic in minutes, and learn key vocabulary, phrases, and grammar in just minutes more with Introduction to Arabic. Our native Arabic hosts break down all the sentences, grammar, and more in a simple, easily understandable way! This isn't stale textbook material - it's fun, effective, and practical! You learn basic beginner Arabic conversation that you can use immediately! What you get in Introduction to Arabic:

  • 100+ pages of Arabic learning material
  • 25 Arabic lessons: dialogue transcripts with translation, vocabulary, sample sentences, and a grammar section
  • 25 audio lesson tracks (over 3.5 hours of Arabic lessons)
  • 5 audio dialogue tracks (read along while you listen)

Interactive. Effective. And fun!

Discover or rediscover how fun learning a language can be with the future of language learning.

Try this audiobook and start speaking Arabic instantly!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-03-19

Dissapointed with this language learning resource

When purchasing the audio book it doesn't make clear that this is Egyptian Arabic and not modern standard Arabic (MSA) which is quite different.

I wanted to learn MSA - so if I knew that before purchasing this audio book I wouldn't have purchased it - I feel mislead.

The PDF resource is a great idea but doesn't follow along with the audio very well and is confusing.

Would recommend if you want to learn Egyptian Arabic but not if you want to learn MSA>