I work as a facilitator with a number of luxury brands delivering soft skills and brand behavior. I also work with a number of linguistic agencies in North America as an interpreter helping new comers and refugees settling in Canada.
My view on learning a new language is that learning a new skill doesn’t just require practice; it requires study comprehension, and practical use as well, therefore it is important to set a schedule for learning.
Also, when setting out to learn something new, don’t just say, “I wish I could do that.” Instead, say, “I wish I could do that so I could…”, knowing your skill will be put into practice once you become a master at it.
Yes it is, Arabic is written phonetically, so every word is spelled exactly as it sounds.
Like any other language, Arabic certainly has its fair share of challenges but you might find that it’s a whole lot easier to understand and get along with than you had thought.
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