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Now Speak Arabic (1)

Mohamed Elshenawy

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108 Lessons (12h 31m)
    • 1. Intro lecture

      4:51
    • 2. Our students talking in Arabic about our course

      1:06
    • 3. lesson 1 Say hello

      6:01
    • 4. Leson 2 Verb to speak

      5:15
    • 5. Lesson 3 You speak

      4:25
    • 6. Lesson 4 The negative

      4:12
    • 7. Lesson 5 a little – yes thanks you’re welcome

      7:15
    • 8. Lesson 1 to understand

      7:06
    • 9. Lesson 2 Say good morning

      5:24
    • 10. Lesson 3 the relatives pronouns Why

      3:38
    • 11. Lesson 4 Yeah, Because I’m a foreigner

      6:28
    • 12. Lesson 1 the feminine and the masculine words

      4:42
    • 13. Lesson 2 how are you

      4:46
    • 14. Lesson 3 say thanks god

      5:52
    • 15. Lesson 4 what's up!

      8:31
    • 16. Lesson 1 i'm learning Arabic

      6:32
    • 17. Lesson 2 i want

      6:55
    • 18. Lesson 3 section 4 where are you

      5:14
    • 19. Lesson 4 i'm on the street

      4:17
    • 20. Lesson 5 goodbye

      6:14
    • 21. Lesson 1 What's new!!

      5:32
    • 22. Lesson 2 is there a school on the street

      7:02
    • 23. Lesson 3 i want to eat something

      6:17
    • 24. Lesson 4 the infinitive

      8:51
    • 25. Lesson 1 I have to leave now

      10:01
    • 26. Lesson 2 Masa2 el 5eer

      6:43
    • 27. Lesson 3 I want to drink something

      5:57
    • 28. Lesson 4 I'm thirsty

      7:00
    • 29. Lesson 1 Please, i guess

      9:08
    • 30. Lesson 2 good night

      5:28
    • 31. Lesson 3 what's your name

      5:40
    • 32. Lesson 4 nice to meet you

      5:35
    • 33. Lesson 1 yes I can

      8:51
    • 34. Lesson 2 What would you like to eat

      6:41
    • 35. Lesson 3 to have dinner

      6:36
    • 36. Lesson 4 WHEN

      10:02
    • 37. Lesson 1 This

      6:52
    • 38. Lesson 2 how much does it cost

      7:36
    • 39. Lesson 3 0 to 10

      10:26
    • 40. Lesson 4 It's expensive

      5:06
    • 41. Lesson 5 it's cheap

      4:56
    • 42. Lesson 1 see you later

      10:56
    • 43. Lesson 2 numbers (11 to 20)

      6:47
    • 44. Lesson 3 how old are you

      7:16
    • 45. Lesson 4 the numbers from 20 to 100

      11:30
    • 46. Lesson 1what time is it

      7:17
    • 47. Lesson 2 i'm leaving

      5:42
    • 48. Lesson 3 I'm in a hurry

      4:51
    • 49. Lesson 4 i'm late

      8:10
    • 50. Lesson 1 the feminine T

      7:30
    • 51. Lesson 2 be safe

      7:14
    • 52. Lesson 3 where are you from

      10:01
    • 53. Lesson 4 countries vocabulary

      15:58
    • 54. Lesson 1 where do you live

      9:24
    • 55. Lesson 2 close far

      6:36
    • 56. Lesson 3 i live

      5:39
    • 57. Lesson 4 as you want

      4:45
    • 58. Lesson 1 where you been hiding

      6:47
    • 59. Lesson 2 I'm close to you

      6:12
    • 60. Lesson 3 i'm from you

      8:39
    • 61. Lesson 4 i live close to work

      7:02
    • 62. Lesson 1 what do you do

      8:52
    • 63. Lesson 2 I work as a teacher

      8:44
    • 64. Lesson 3 Pronouns he she

      5:39
    • 65. Lesson 4 I don't work i'm a student

      7:18
    • 66. Lesson 1 What are you doing

      10:20
    • 67. Lesson 2 i'm tired

      6:16
    • 68. Lesson 3 Are you married

      5:06
    • 69. Lesson 4 Do you have children

      5:11
    • 70. Lesson 1 I'm sick

      5:03
    • 71. Lesson 2 verb to go

      6:45
    • 72. Lesson 3 I'm going home

      5:40
    • 73. Lesson 5 as you wish

      5:42
    • 74. Lesson 4 Verb to go out

      6:22
    • 75. Lesson 1 verb to be

      6:03
    • 76. Lesson 2 he speaks

      4:28
    • 77. Lesson 3 how to conjugate the verbs for the pronoun he

      17:10
    • 78. Lesson 4 verb to buy

      8:20
    • 79. Lesson 1 i'm busy

      4:58
    • 80. Lesson 2 the dual plural

      5:23
    • 81. Lesson 3 i'm by your side

      5:53
    • 82. Lesson 4 boy girl

      7:16
    • 83. Lesson 5 May god bless you

      3:09
    • 84. Lesson 1 we, you guys, they

      8:19
    • 85. Lesson 2 The plural 1

      6:14
    • 86. Lesson 3 the regular plural 2

      6:38
    • 87. Lesson 4 the regular plural3

      8:10
    • 88. Lesson 1 we're busy

      5:03
    • 89. Lesson 2 Understanding

      5:24
    • 90. Lesson 3 hw to conjugate the verbs for the pronoun she

      9:04
    • 91. Lesson 4 she would like

      4:54
    • 92. Lesson 5 His

      8:34
    • 93. Lesson 1 With you

      7:38
    • 94. Lesson 2 How to cojugate the verb for the pronoun we

      7:26
    • 95. Lesson 3 the conjugation for the pronoun you guys

      6:53
    • 96. Lesson 4 They're buying some stuff

      21:21
    • 97. Lesson 1 Her

      6:25
    • 98. Lesson 2 Really

      6:35
    • 99. Lesson 3 the clock 1

      6:35
    • 100. Lesson 4 the clock 2

      7:16
    • 101. Lesson 1 It's still early

      6:26
    • 102. Lesson 2 let's go any place

      5:58
    • 103. Lesson 3 which that

      4:46
    • 104. Lesson 4 what about tomrrow

      4:35
    • 105. 1 I need

      8:16
    • 106. Lesson 2 what would you like to order

      6:01
    • 107. Lesson 3 verb to take

      7:24
    • 108. Lesson 4 the future

      8:36

Project Description

Now Speak Arabic (1)

At the end of my course, students will be able to...

  • 1- to be able to speak Arabic perfectly
  • 2- to be able to have a conversation with any one
  • 3- to be able to work in arabic country
  • 4- to be able to live in any arabic coutry
  • 5- to be able to tallk with arabs and communicate with them
  • 6- to be able to communicate with Arab immigrant communities
  • 7- to be able to understand all the Arabic accents
  • 8- to be able to travel and visit all the Arabic countries
  • 9- to be able to pronounce Arabic perfectly


Who should take this course? Who should not?

  • 1- people who doing business with the Arab world.
  • 2- people who Are into diplomatic or cultural relations.
  • 3- people who often travel to the Arab world
  • 4- people who live in an Arab country
  • 5- people who Are planning for a job in an Arab country.
  • 6- people who are related to Islam
  • 7- people who have an interest in Arab culture and affairs
  • 8- people who have Arab family members
  • 9- people who their work involve contacts with Arab immigrant communities
  • 10- people who enjoy the challenge of learning new languages

What will students need to know or do before starting this course?

  • 1- You're going to learn the the Egyptian colloquial language, the most commen accent in the arabic world.
  • 2- You're going to learn in a really different way, the lesson starts with a conversation then in the next few minutes, you will learn not only to understand this conversation but to take part in it your self
  • 3- Don’t be concerned if you don't make every respond correctly, all of you’ll be learned here, will be reviewed in the future lessons, if you have mastered 80 percent of the material in the lesson, so you’re ready to move on to the next .otherwise you should invest more time in doing the lesson over again

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