Palestinian Arabic

Have you ever wondered why after learning MSA, the Arabic dialects sound very different?
Or maybe you spent alot of time wondering how Arabs talk and write with each other?
Well, it's simple:
The Modern Standard Arabic also known as MSA is a written a language and not a spoken one. What does that mean?
That means no one actually speaks MSA. We learn the Modern Standard Arabic in school only. After the bell rings, it's all about our own Arabic dialect
Every Arabic country has its own dialect. Lebanese has the Lebanese dialect. Jordan has the Jordanian dialect and so on.
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What's included?

In This Course You Will Learn:

· How to talk in Palestinian Arabic

· How to understand and hold conversations in Palestinian Arabic

· Learn the grammar essentials necessary in your Palestinian Arabic journey

Who Is This Course For?

Anyone who is interested in getting to know the Palestinian culture

If you are interested in speaking Palestinian Arabic, then this course is for you!

Course Lessons

Meet the instructor

Aya Agha

My name is Aya and I have studied English and Turkish languages at the University of Jordan.
After graduation, I decided to teach Arabic for non native speakers and it was the best decision of my life!
I was able to teach spoken Jordanian throughout the culture and traditions, bringing people together and closer to the Jordanian culture.
As a languages lover, I understand the challenges and problems of learning a new language and this is the EXACT problem that I am tackling with my students, working with them to know how to overcome them.
Patrick Jones - Course author
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