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problems with arabic What's the most difficult part for you  for learning Arabic ? and why ?
Apr 13, 2017 3:39 PM
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I learnt Arabic myself, ( it was difficult, very difficult at the beginning )  I'll tell you the most difficult part through the whole process is knowing how to write. It also matters if you are approaching the language correctly or not, Arabic is different from all the languages out there. Reading could be difficult at times for beginners. When you start applying to it things like "Aldmh" and "alksra" ( grammar stuff) because that will change the pronunciation in standard Arabic. I don't think pronunciation is hard because there's a trick to it all, and once you discover it, things will get easier with practice. Writing in Arabic is sort of connected with the way you pronounce words. If you are learning dialects, this will make it 10X harder.Some Arabs write words with their dialects. Standard has become like the "professional" language, usually used with news articles , podcasts, work  emails, schools, etc. Now, I speak the language fluently with perfect accent and I know several dialects, those I can speak fluently with them too. 
April 20, 2017

The sounds are hard. Pronunciation is difficult as well, I tend to pronounce the words with a Spanish sound. I think with any language, it is difficult to train your brain to move muscles in your mouth that you may not be used to using, you know what I mean?

There is a rhythm to the language and I have NO rhythm! I sound crazy, so I got a lot of work to do.  

April 13, 2017
Try to learn standard Arabic first then choose dialect and that would be easier 
April 14, 2017

Vocab has got som kind of structures to coclude a word from the base verb its quite easy :)

Sounds of arabic arnt that hard its just the glottal ones :D the rest is easy ou can call them "hard" sounds of the latin sounds

you can always find a good song that makes you feel good and keep repeating the words "meanings ain important" and you will be through pronounciation ::)

April 13, 2017
Learning vocabulary! Nothing ressembles to anything I know.
April 13, 2017
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