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Learning Arabic as a Second Language

eleanormorgan
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Learning Arabic as a Second Language

Postby eleanormorgan » January 3rd, 2018 11:39 pm

Although the fashion of now is to study foreign languages such as Chinese, Korean or Japanese, taking Arabic classes at the university as a second or third language is a real advantage. It all depends on your projects and interests and your ability to work and concentration mainly, but learning to read Arabic will be very helpful for your future.

If you want to work in the commerce or tourism sector, the Arabic language will open new horizons for you. The Arab world is very broad and includes very important countries in the economic, financial and geopolitical fields such as Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and many others. These countries are constantly evolving.

Learning Arabic with classes at the university, with private lessons or online will be an incredible advantage to get a good job in the future.

Two tips to learn Arabic during your studies

The first advice we give you if you want to work in the region of the world where Arabic is preponderant is that you do not wait another minute! The sooner you start studying this language, the better.

The second is that you choose Arabic as a second language if you have a certain affinity with the language and its culture, since its learning can be difficult and long. Do not force yourself to choose Arabic if you do not like it, because you will be unable to do enough to get it.

But if you love Arabic culture, you already have some knowledge of vocabulary and its conjugation and reading do not scare you, go ahead!

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nora.innovative
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Re: Learning Arabic as a Second Language

Postby nora.innovative » January 10th, 2018 9:58 pm

Great tips, Eleanor!

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Re: Learning Arabic as a Second Language

Postby dannyjones434_45963 » January 30th, 2018 8:13 pm

eleanormorgan wrote:Although the fashion of now is to study foreign languages such as Chinese, Korean or Japanese, taking Arabic classes at the university as a second or third language is a real advantage. It all depends on your projects and interests and your ability to work and concentration mainly, but learning to read Arabic will be very helpful for your future.

If you want to work in the commerce or tourism sector, the Arabic language will open new horizons for you. The Arab world is very broad and includes very important countries in the economic, financial and geopolitical fields such as Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and many others. These countries are constantly evolving.

Learning Arabic with classes at the university, with private lessons or online will be an incredible advantage to get a good job in the future.

Two tips to learn Arabic during your studies

The first advice we give you if you want to work in the region of the world where Arabic is preponderant is that you do not wait another minute! The sooner you start studying this language, the better.

The second is that you choose Arabic as a second language if you have a certain affinity with the language and its culture, since its learning can be difficult and long. Do not force yourself to choose Arabic if you do not like it, because you will be unable to do enough to get it.

But if you love Arabic culture, you already have some knowledge of vocabulary and its conjugation and reading do not scare you, go ahead!

Source: EssayRiver.co.uk



Hi eleanormorgan
Here you describe 2 points to study Learning Arabic.I am also sharing a few points on it those are also an essential point for Learning Arabic Languagemarketing essay
1. Arabic is the 5th most commonly spoken the native language in the world.
2. There are a high demand and low supply of Arabic-speakers in the Western world.
3. There are financial incentives for learning Arabic.
4. Arabic-speaking nations are a fast growing market for trade.
So, If you Learned Arabic you will essay get your high salary job.

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Re: Learning Arabic as a Second Language

Postby nora.innovative » February 1st, 2018 5:26 am

Good points, Danny!

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