"7 years for fluency plus a lifetime for mastery", that's the time needed to master Arabic, says Marco Rateitschak. Learn more about Marco in Episode 27 of the "9273 roots"-interview series: The man who traveled for 4 hours across mountains to attend Arabic classes.
Do you know how to say "small", "upper", "Turkish coffee", or "secondary" in Egyptian Arabic? This article will explain tricky things about the adjective.
The Arabic broken plural has the effect that scholars still debate how to properly classify the several branches of Semitic languages.
In Arabic most names have a meaning. They are usually adjectives. Some of them are diminutives, which are used to convey smallness.