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Dear students, I trust that you are all safe under this circumstances. Tutorship is an art and a science, especially now. I would add it could be used not only as a study aid but also as an emotional tool for stress reduction. What I talking about is when we have the good match of tutor-student then the student should relax. Usually this happens during the first few sessions. My advantage... read more

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Most language learning resources focus on the process of what YOU can do to learn a language. But what I'm interested in is how a language is an organic, living, naturally occurring phenomenon, like rivers, trees, and humans, and what that has to do with efficient language learning, as well as what it has to do with the nature of life/God/the universe (as a bonus). The mathematician... read more

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So you want to learn the Arabic Language? Take it from an experienced Arabic Teacher & Native speaker of the language!   Be careful to NOT learn the "dialect" version of this language. Here is why you need to focus on learning the proper Arabic that is recognized by the U.N and 99% of the Arab League:   MSA (Modern Standard Arabic) is the standardized... read more

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The biggest question I receive on a daily basis from Students seeking to learn the Arabic language is: "What dialect of Arabic should I learn?"   It is a very valid and great question to ask. As a native Arabic speaker and being born in Jordan, I can simply answer your concern with three letters, ready? Here they are: (MSA) Do you know what MSA is? No a simple Google search... read more

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The biggest question I receive on a daily basis from Students seeking to learn the Arabic language is: "What dialect of Arabic should I learn?"   It is a very valid and great question to ask. As a native Arabic speaker and being born in Jordan, I can simply answer your concern with three letters, ready? Here they are: (MSA) Do you know what MSA is? No a simple Google search... read more

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With its elegant script, right-to-left orientation and ancient origins, the Arabic language holds a fascination for many. Here is a brief introduction:   The Arabic script The Arabic ‘alphabet’ contains 28 letters but, unlike English, there are actually two different orders that they are presented in. One is termed the abjad, and is similar to Hebrew, with each character... read more

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Arabs speak with different dialects based upon the region. When I started working as an interpreter, I used my regional dialect even though my clients were not coming from the same region. I felt that sometimes my clients seemed to have a hard time understanding me well. Therefore, I decided to start to interpret using the Modern Standard Arabic. Modern Standard Arabic is the universal dialect... read more

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The best way to begin learning Arabic is not necessarily the easiest. Students often try to learn Arabic words by reading transliterations. This method may be quick but fails to help the individual become fluent in the language. The first step is to learn the alphabet properly. Learn how the letters are pronounced properly. Then learn how to connect the letters and become fluent in reading. Once... read more

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I'm excited to be registered as a new tutor! I have a strong grasp on language, and I would love to take on new students who are interested in learning Arabic, ESL or English grammar and writing for the SATs. I am spending the next several months in Amman, Jordan, where I will be participating in an intensive Arabic program. During this time, I will be available to give tutoring sessions via Skype,... read more

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These days, students and parents are busier than ever, and I understand that tutoring may be just one item of many on the family calendar. Since my goal has been to make life easier for parents and students by offering you high quality private tutoring in the convenience of your own home unless you preferred the quietness of your tutor home instead. I am a dedicated Tutor who loves seeing... read more

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Whether you're learning Spanish, French, English, or even new science or social studies vocabulary, developing vocabulary is the key to a world of new conversations. When approaching a new set of vocabulary, different techniques work for different kinds of learning. Watching movies, listening to music, and interacting with people in the new language are fun and effective means of immersion. When... read more

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