FREE App to learn Arabic letters on Google Play Store
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FREE App to learn Arabic letters on Google Play Store

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Found 25th Apr 2014
Found this while searching for educational apps for my daughter, thought that not many apps like this is shared here, so I share. Useful for kids as it teaches the letters sequentially. There's also an option to randomise the letters, but you have to buy the full app, which cost 99p.

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ما هي مضيعة للوقت - كومة من براز

would be better off learning Cantonese but good freebie

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Graham1979

would be better off learning Cantonese but good freebie



Good point!

Good find, many people I know want to learn Arabic
وشكراَ

Hmm this will go down well with the Daily Mail readers

Shokran jazeelan. I have enough spoken Arabic not to get ripped off too often in the medina but written Arabic is a closed book to me.

thank u

najfeez

Found this while searching for educational apps for my daughter, thought … Found this while searching for educational apps for my daughter, thought that not many apps like this is shared here, so I share. Useful for kids as it teaches the letters sequentially. There's also an option to randomise the letters, but you have to buy the full app, which cost 99p.



Try an app to brush up on English grammar as well perhaps ?

"Good find, many people I know want to learn Arabic " ?????

Strangely enough, most native Brits I know would like to learn Spanish, Chinese or even Russian, in order to improve their job prospects, but Arabic seems to be ideal for going to Syria or other war zones !


Ok peeps....... let's hear the howls of rage from the lefties !

sarabasim

Good find, many people I know want to learn Arabic وشكراَ


شكرا سارة .

OMG those Arabic people could be saying anything in that funny squiggly language!! And us Brits don't have a clue what their saying!! That MuhammedEi person who commented above could have said anything!!
I'm still not tempted to get the app though!!

poopoo15

OMG those Arabic people could be saying anything in that funny squiggly … OMG those Arabic people could be saying anything in that funny squiggly language!! And us Brits don't have a clue what their saying!! That MuhammedEi person who commented above could have said anything!!I'm still not tempted to get the app though!!


He actually said "Thank you Sarah" and you're another one who needs to brush up on your English spelling. 'Their' not saying (or more precisely writing) anything in any language 'they're' saying it.

Turquoise

He actually said "Thank you Sarah" and you're another one who needs to … He actually said "Thank you Sarah" and you're another one who needs to brush up on your English spelling. 'Their' not saying (or more precisely writing) anything in any language 'they're' saying it.

haha I was just quickly typing, soz for the mistake :/...
I didn't think they were saying something bad, I just thought it was funny how most people on this site wouldn't know!!

Thanks for posting.

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poopoo15

haha I was just quickly typing, soz for the mistake :/...I didn't think … haha I was just quickly typing, soz for the mistake :/...I didn't think they were saying something bad, I just thought it was funny how most people on this site wouldn't know!!



I think the fact that hardly anyone understood was exactly the point (_;)

Thanks for posting.

[quote=kamenitzabrit Strangely enough, most native Brits I know would like to learn Spanish, Chinese or even Russian, in order to improve their job prospects, but Arabic seems to be ideal for going to Syria or other war zones ! ![/quote]

One of my native born British grandsons is actually learning Mandarin at school and another is doing a degree in Japanese studies at Uni. Any foreign languages, including Arabic, which are not widely spoken by native Brits will open opportunities in the job market.
Edited by: "Turquoise" 27th Apr 2014
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