Maiwenn wrote: jimmy wrote: Maiwenn wrote:
ANGELINA wrote:واظن العربية تتكلم وتكتب جيدا
.ادرس الفصحي والعامية المصرية وبعد تخرج من الجامعة ليس عندي وقت كافية لافلام العربية
رائع! درستِ اللغة العربية في الجامعة؟ هل زرتِ مصر خلال دراستك؟ كيف درستِ العامية المصرية؟
معك الحق، الدراسة أصعب بعد فترة الجامعة ودخول في عالم الشغل. ؛)
I remember you were mentioning moroccan arabic, but I can understand almost wholly both of your posts.
anyway, if this comment suits to thread,I look for some arabic documents (to start reading) (MSA)
does anyone have an idea?
Haha that's because I wrote in MSA. I study both MSA and Moroccan Arabic.
What sorts of things would you like to read?
I generally would deal with scientific contexts, but I shall be way willing to read religious and /or sociological contexts if this is possible.
(I mean if possible, I would read something that gives chance / probability to cite them in my own papers)
areas that I am interested in or that I would be interested in
**religious contexts (should be citable)
** sociology (arabs' lifes) (should be citable)
** some physics , but not maths. (should be citable)
** medical sciences (psychiatry) ( should be citable)
note: I used "if possible" because I am not sure really whether it would be possible to read and assess academic contexts in this level. Probably it would be ok for B2 but I am B1 in arabic. (I may need to study some more
) But I shall contain them in my box/folder
meanhile,I know that the vast majority of some subjects I wrote above are in english,but some of them migt be different in arabic life and culture.