Arabic beginners who have only learned a few letters often have difficulties in class. A new concept, The Gray Zone, could help, writes Dr. Roger W. Anderson
Learning Arabic requires different brain activity than learning German. What does this mean for adult learners? Can the brain adapt to the new demands? A study from the Max Planck Institute provides answers. In this in-depth interview, Dr. Matthias Schwendemann, who was part of the research team, provides fascinating insights into what happens in our brains when we learn Arabic or German.
Social media platforms deleted Palestinian content - now people use dotless Arabic to bypass that. Here is how to write Arabic without dots
Arabic keyboards lack many important special characters. Here is a list of the most important characters and signs which you can copy and paste.
Many Arabs don't use the Arabic alphabet for Whatsapp. Instead, they prefer using their English keyboard. Some hate it, others love it. A quick overview.
In recent years many outstanding modern Arabic novels were translated into English. Part 1: authors from Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine.
Reading Arabic on a mobile phone can be difficult because the script is too small. The open-source browser Kiwi solves that.
The Arabic word hundred is written مِائَة – but pronounced like مِئَة (me'a). Why is that?
The longest word (expression) in the Qur'an is "fa’asqaynākumūhu" فَأَسْقَيْنَاكُمُوهُ and means: so we gave it to you to drink.
Arabic used to be written without dots in ancient times. At least it did, a long time ago. Could you read such sentences?