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I u wanna learn Arabic I can learn u email@example.com
'If you want to learn Arabic, I can teach you:'
'Easily' doesn't really work in this sentence :)
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thx Megan 4 help :)
I don't wanna to pay M.K ... thx anyway
Message me! I will help you with English and I am VERY interested in learning Egyptian Arabic.
hey i'm from jordan i really like to be friend and exchange our knowledge in arabic and english language please add me on skype ::: abu_sadaif you want add me on facebook my name is :: ahmad abu sada
We "non-professional" English teachers are also an excellent resource for learning English. Some of us use audio Skype but since we don't get paid we set our own hours and don't limit ourselves to any specific material. I have been a professional flight instructor but the benchmarks in learning to fly are more rigid than language learning. I prefer experienced but not necessarily professional instructors.
First, if you "want" to learn English, drop the slang. English is my native language and my friends and I always use formal English.
Remember that the instructor teaches and it is up to the student to learn. Instructors hope that students study and make progress, but a good instructor adjusts the lessons to fit the student. It is a poor instructor who repeats introductory material. A good instructor will sense that a student is not serious and move on to another if the student does not work hard to learn.