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My 10 year old nephew wants to learn to speak Arabic, what book is best?

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My nephew made some friends whilst on holiday in Tunisia and now wants to learn to speak Arabic. Looking for a book that will be good as a starter for a 10 year old. Thanks Read More
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2y, 7m agoPosted 2 years, 7 months ago
My nephew made some friends whilst on holiday in Tunisia and now wants to learn to speak Arabic.

Looking for a book that will be good as a starter for a 10 year old.

Thanks
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2y, 7m agoPosted 2 years, 7 months ago
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arabic is the most incredible language to learn to speak ever!

for him to learn to speak it properly, it is nearly impossible to learn without having a teacher due to the nature of the language.

you could, however, get him a book with the alphabet and simple words

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#1
i think lessons would be better than a book. try contacting a local mosque they may well be able to help you.
#2
Youtube?
#3
DennisG
Youtube?

Want to give him something as a physical gift really as it's for Christmas.

Edited By: Ronaldeano on Dec 04, 2014 15:50
#4
Go to your local mosque and ask for a beginners book. That's how I learnt Arabic when I was 5 or 6. It's very easy.
#5
rosetta stone
#6
if u can find an Islamic book store they will have some good Arabic for beginners books
#7
Take him to Syria?
#8
ProPiers
Take him to Syria?

You might only get a one way ticket if he speaks arabic!
banned#9
arabic is the most incredible language to learn to speak ever!

for him to learn to speak it properly, it is nearly impossible to learn without having a teacher due to the nature of the language.

you could, however, get him a book with the alphabet and simple words
banned#10
i would second going to an islamic bookstore, but you should point out that you are not looking for islamic books, just a book to teach your child the arabic language.

where do you live?
#11
hukdealz
i would second going to an islamic bookstore, but you should point out that you are not looking for islamic books, just a book to teach your child the arabic language.

where do you live?

Thank you very much for the replies. I live in Milton Keynes.
#12
Take him down the local corner shoo
#13
aladin its easy lol :-P

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