I grew up in the historic port city of Alexandria which is located on the Mediterranean Sea in North Africa and is considered the second-largest city in Egypt with a population of more than 4 million people. I hold a Bachelor's degree in Tourism from Alexandria University. I've been in the travel and tourism industry for over 25 years, learning about many cultures and forging my identity with an appreciation for diversity. When I moved to the United States a few years ago, I became a substitute teacher. Since 2018, I hold a New Jersey substitute teacher certification for all subjects for all grades K-12. Arabic being my native language makes me very lucky because it is one of the oldest languages in the world still alive and used by millions of Arabs and non-Arabs all over the world. It is also a cornerstone and of great importance to millions of non-Arabic-speaking Muslims because it is the language of the Holy Qur'an that has been preserved "as is" for more than 1,400 years.
Many dialects are branched from Standard Arabic, most notably the Egyptian dialect because Egypt is the pioneer of culture, literature, and fine arts in the Arab world. Therefore, many Arabs are able to understand and sometimes also speak in this dialect. Therefore, someone who learns the Egyptian dialect can deal with most Arab peoples with great ease. In addition to the fact that Arabic is a rich language, it is also easy and enjoyable for those who have the desire and will to learn this beautiful language. Here comes my turn to help as a skillful whoever is interested.
It depends on the learner. It shouldn’t take them much if they are interested and willing.
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