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Learn Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) through Arabic newspaper articles and other authentic Arabic materials, using our innovative system which will help you improve your Arabic whatever your current level - from beginner to advanced.
All our articles include Arabic with vowels, an English translation in parallel text, a word-for-word English translation, a transliteration and Arabic audio. Click on any word to hear the Arabic and to see its translation. You may also download the Arabic sound files to your mp3 player. Look at our free samples or our latest articles.
We have 987 articles, totalling 101970 Arabic words and we add two new articles every week. Search all the articles for a word using our English to Arabic and Arabic to English dictionary.
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1.Look at our selection of free samples or video tutorial.
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Natural Arabic can help you with:
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Rapidly discover meaning by viewing a natural English translation, to reduce the time spent searching for words in the dictionary.
Click any word or phrase to see the translation highlighted.
Accelerate grammar and vocabulary acquisition by seeing Arabic in context with a word-for-word English translation.
Focus on the more frequent vocabulary by ticking the appropriate frequency check box.
Hide the text and learn by listening, or listen and read as the text is highlighted in time with the speaker.
Loop the sound to listen many times over.
Practise pronunciation by clicking on individual words or by playing longer sections.
Keep up to date with the latest topics of conversation as the articles are updated every week.
Practise reading the Arabic script (vowelled or unvowelled) with the help of an English transliteration.
Look at the individual letters that make up an Arabic word.
Write words in the box on the article page and press enter to highlight matching words in the text.
Hide all the words (or just words of certain frequencies) and try to recreate the text from memory.
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