Advice on Learning #Arabic

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I am beginning a new library job tomorrow, a job that will revolve around Middle East and Arabic studies.

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I will need to learn Arabic.

Who can suggest to me the best resources and methods for learning, not only to speak, but also to read, Arabic?

You can drop those recommendations into the reply box below or reply to me on Twitter: @jlibraryist.

Thank you for reading.

Jesse L.

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2 thoughts on “Advice on Learning #Arabic

    Giles Lambertson said:
    November 2, 2014 at 21:28

    Can’t help you, sorry.
    I’ll be thinking of you tomorrow.
    Love, Dad

    LindaLambertson said:
    November 3, 2014 at 14:06

    Hello, Rosetta Stone has a good reputation as a program that’s very helpful and successful. They do have an Arabic program. And, they offer a free trial cd. Check it out. 

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