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It is the duty of expats living in Dubai to learn how to speak Arabic, a senior education official has said. Fatma Al Marri, CEO at Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), said: “Imagine if you are in a foreign country for two years, you...
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Picture this: You want to apply for a dream assignment abroad. There’s just one problem. You need foreign language skills that you don’t have — and time is not on your side. It might sound like an impossible task, but according to language...
John MacWhorter, Linguist and Columbia professor, founds four great benefits of learning an unfamiliar tongue. In this TED video, he explains in a brilliant way why learning a new language is so important for all of us : 1.Change the way we think A language...
Join the last Free Arabic Conversation Halaqa of the year this Saturday. This free course is happening every 2nd Saturday of each month to encourage the learning of Arabic in the community. Don’t be shy, it’s free and it’s fun ! Date:...
As high school graduates across the U.S. begin to piece together their freshman-year college schedules, very few will pencil in Arabic 101. Meanwhile, the need for Arabic-speaking professionals only continues to grow. I’m not seeking to dissuade you...
A few years ago, I walked past a colleague whom I had worked with for 10 years. He was a gruff, straight-talking Yorkshireman, who had been in Dubai for the best part of 15 years. As we crossed paths, I said “Marhaba”, to which he responded,...