Skip Navigation

Learn Arabic in Syria

Travel Forums Africa and The Middle East Learn Arabic in Syria

Page
  • 1
  • 2

Last Post

1. Posted by bertles86 (Inactive 108 posts) 7y

Hi folks,

I've been doing some research and in 2010 I want to learn Arabic in Syria, my main goal is to improve my conversation throughout the Middle East! So bearing in mind I want to learn conversational Arabic in Syria, where do I go and how do I go about booking?

-Damascus, Aleppo or elsewhere?
-Which organisation/place is better for learning conversational Arabic?
-What are their websites?
-Any other advice?

Cheers people!

Post 2 was removed by a moderator
3. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 7y

Quoting maharashtr

عزيزي

هل تتحدث العربية ؟

What did you write? Or are you just a bored Indian:)

4. Posted by bertles86 (Inactive 108 posts) 7y

Quoting maharashtr

عزيزي

هل تتحدث العربية ؟

Nam - a little bit, but not much!

5. Posted by maharashtr (Budding Member 2 posts) 7y

Quoting wouterrr

Quoting maharashtr

عزيزي

هل تتحدث العربية ؟

What did you write? Or are you just a bored Indian:)

اترك عنك التميلح

[ Edit: Edited on 10-May-2009, at 21:15 by maharashtr ]

6. Posted by maharashtr (Budding Member 2 posts) 7y

Quoting bertles86

Quoting maharashtr

عزيزي

هل تتحدث العربية ؟

Nam - a little bit, but not much!

Best States to learn the Arabic language is 1. Saudi Arabia (higher costs)

2. Egypt (cheap) in Cairo or Alexandria .. Study + tourist + visa from the airport

3. Syria (cheap) Country uncomfortable

7. Posted by bex76 (Moderator 3720 posts) 7y

I can't help much with specific advice about language schools but I travelled in Syria last year and I think Damascus would be a fantastic place to live and study. I liked Aleppo but for me it doesn't have the charm that Damascus has.

8. Posted by bertles86 (Inactive 108 posts) 7y

That's interesting maharashtr...why is Syria uncomfortable? Have you been there?

Cheers Bex, I was looking at Damascus or Cairo tbh, it's hard toss up as I'd live their for at least a month!

9. Posted by Redpaddy (Inactive 1004 posts) 7y

Any experts among you?? I speak a little of quite a few languages - but Arabic, I've never tried.
I wanted to ask, how easy or difficult is it to read or speak, say - compared to English, Mandarin, or one of the many Eastern European languages??

Post 10 was removed by a moderator