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How Old Is The Arabic Language?

On ­December 18 of every year, we celebrate the World Arabic Language Day. The day was established by the United Nations ­Educational, Scientific and ­Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 2010, and "coincides with the day in 1973 that the Gene...
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[FREE GAME] Greeting In Arabic

Do you know how to greet someone in Arabic?Play this FREE game to find out!
This game and many others are included in our Classical Arabic For Adults Course! Enroll today and get started w...
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8 Ways Of Surrounding Yourself With Arabic

Immersion in the Arabic language is one of the best techniques you can employ to learn the language like a native. However, people often feel confused about how to bring this to life. Studio Arabiya has 8 effective ways for you to surround yourself w...
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Learn 15 Important Words Used In The Quran!

The Quran has about 77,430 words, 18,994 distinct words, 12,183 stems, 1,685 roots, and 3,382 lemmas. It is difficult to create a full glossary of the Quran in a single article. However, we have listed here 15 important terms in Arabic that appe...
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Which kind of Arabic should I learn?

When starting, resuming, or rethinking your Arabic language learning journey, you might be confronted with questions like: which Arabic course is best for me? What course should I enroll in? What is the difference between the different types of ...
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Focusing the Heart in Prayer: A Beautiful Benefit of Learning Arabic

In his great seminal work, Ihya Ulum al-Din (Revival of the Religious Sciences), the luminary scholar Imam al-Ghazali discusses some of the deeper and...
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Lost in Translation

A few weeks ago, I read an article called "15 Wonderful Words with No English Equivalent" that describes cool words and phrases found in other languages that are hard to render into English. There are many, many words like this in the Arabic language...
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Five Arabic Quotes: On Speaking Ill of Others

لسانك لا تذكر به عورة امرئ * فكلّـك عورات وللناس ألسـنوعينك إن أبدت إليك معايباً * فدعها وقل : يا عين للناس أعينُ "Do not use your tongue to mention the faults of others,for you are full of faults and other people have tongues, too.And if your eye re...
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