In Arabic Made Easy enjoy exploring an Egyptian city! Practice the Egyptian dialect through exciting and realistic street scenes: converse with people on the street; dine with friends and order local cuisine; haggle with merchants plus much more. The sights and sounds of the city come alive. Over 1000 lines of professionally-recorded dialogue. Background sound gives you the feeling of being there. Exciting adventures await you.
Subtitles show each line in Arabic, in English, and the transliteration . You may repeat a line as many times as you like. (click on the subtitle above)
Gender Specific: Choose to engage in a conversation as male or a female. Arabic, unlike English, makes a distinction in the language between male and female. Become familiar with the responses according to your gender, then try the opposite. This is an excellent way to learn.
Subtitles: Choose having subtitles when conversing or turn them off and rely solely on listening.
Dialogue: Access the written version of a conversation at any time through a smaller window. Also, access a glossary of all vocabulary in the conversations.
Notes: Learn the major differences between Classical Arabic and the Egyptian dialect.
Appendix: Word lists of adjectives, foods, market items, telling time, nouns, verbs and conjugations, and much more.
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