Team Middle East

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cjareck
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Languages: Polish (N) English, German, Russian(B1?) French (B1?), Hebrew(B1?), Arabic(A2?)
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Re: Team Middle East

Postby cjareck » Mon Mar 11, 2019 6:30 am

You may find this interesting - there are three seasons of it. I enjoyed it a lot, and I plan to watch it again soon - this time with more comprehension ;)
- this is also very interesting, but you should have some knowledge of Judaism and Jewish history to understand the gags there. There are also three seasons.
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Please feel free to correct me in any language

Avigdor Kahalani, עז 77 (Heigths of Courage)
: 18 / 200


Assimil Chinese
: 16 / 200


DLI MSA Basic Course
: 11 / 140
Polish course Arabic for beginners
: 3 / 40

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Deinonysus
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• Intermediate: French,
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• Beginner: Icelandic,
   Italian, Spanish,
   Hebrew, Japanese,
   Indonesian
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Re: Team Middle East

Postby Deinonysus » Tue Mar 12, 2019 8:41 pm

!שלום

I'm going to be studying Hebrew for a while. I also want to learn Arabic and Babylonian one day, but unfortunately there are a lot of languages ahead of them on my language queue.
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מִקְרָאִית‎ עִבְרִית
: 5 / 30 Simon et al - The First Hebrew Primer

Levantine Arabic
: 1 / 19 FSI - Levantine Arabic: Introduction to Pronunciation

alfarisi2
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Languages: My native is Indonesian. I also speak and write in English. Now I want to study Arabic especially on reading

Re: Team Middle East

Postby alfarisi2 » Mon Apr 15, 2019 1:06 pm

Hi, I am looking for Arabic to Arabic dictionary that has derivative forms on each item of the words. For example, the word root فعل has derivative forms like يفعل, فغلا, فاعل, مفعول, افعل, لا تفعل . Please help me..
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Doitsujin
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Re: Team Middle East

Postby Doitsujin » Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:02 pm

alfarisi2 wrote:Hi, I am looking for Arabic to Arabic dictionary that has derivative forms on each item of the words. For example, the word root فعل has derivative forms like يفعل, فغلا, فاعل, مفعول, افعل, لا تفعل . Please help me..
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