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A self-taught and formal taught Southern-Midwestern American’s Arabist and ESL tutor, offering basic Arabic and English language and culture tips to enable you to learn about one of the world’s 5th most common spoken language and the differences between the two.

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Twitter-@ArabicAlchemy

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Arabic Alchemy Jennifer Sabir

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A self-taught and formal taught Southern-Midwestern American’s Arabist and ESL tutor, offering basic Arabic and English language and culture tips to enable you to learn about one of the world’s 5th most common spoken language and the differences between the two.

Instagram @VirtualArabist
Twitter-@ArabicAlchemy

https://cafearabia.wordpress.com/

    #79: Arabic phrase review.

    #79: Arabic phrase review.

    Today’s podcast covers Arabic to English phrases and words reviewed from previous podcasts that are often part of daily conversation. Be sure to subscribe and share this podcast, and follow Twitter @ArabicAlchemy and Instagram @VirtualArabist for updates. Thank you for listening.

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    #78: Passport by Mahmoud Darwish.

    #78: Passport by Mahmoud Darwish.

    Today’s podcast covers a poem in Arabic & English entitled, “جواز السفر” Jawaz al-safar or Passport by Mahmoud Darwish. Don’t forget to share, subscribe, & visit Twitter @ArabicAlchemy and https://cafearabia.wordpress.com/

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    #77: حبك Your love by Nizar Qabbani.

    #77: حبك Your love by Nizar Qabbani.

    A short poem by Nizar Qabanni. Share, subscribe, & Follow @ArabicAlchemy & visit https://cafearabia.wordpress.com/

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    قولي احبك بالفصحى كلمات نزار قباني Tell me you love me by Nizar Qabanni

    قولي احبك بالفصحى كلمات نزار قباني Tell me you love me by Nizar Qabanni

    قولي احبك بالفصحى كلمات نزار قباني
    Tell me you love me 
    This podcast is a short poetry reading by Nizar Qabanni.  The translation is below:
    Declare your love for me - For without your love, I cannot be beautiful. Declare your love for me - So that my fingers may turn into gold, And my forehead, to shine an essence as a lamp Declare it now!
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    #75: Silent letters in American English conversation.

    #75: Silent letters in American English conversation.

    Today’s podcast covers silent letters in American spoken English.

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    #74: How to conjugate the verb to drink in the present.

    #74: How to conjugate the verb to drink in the present.

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