Arabic Daily: Top 10 Tips.

1. Make time for Arabic Daily and motivate yourself with many reasons for studying Arabic Daily. Always remind yourself of your reasons for learning the language.

2. Listen well, memorise and repeat the letters of the Arabic alphabet.

3. Try not to rely on transliteration, this will slow your progress and may adversely effect the pronunciation of Arabic letters.

4. Colloquial/Regional Arabic is not the ideal type of Arabic to start with. Better to start with Classical or Modern Arabic. That said it is pretty hard to avoid colloquial's and you will end up speaking some type of regional slang anyway.

5. A new language has to be learned daily if you want to be on your first 2000-3000 words.

6. Do you have a particular subject interest like religion, poetry, politics or daily issues? Try to familiarise yourself with the terminology of that area of language, you still need those core words that are used in every language like basic nouns, particles and verbs. So focus on your specific area of interest as well as the general terminology.

7. Some people are organised in a way that they can read a few words or lines of their target language every night for 15-30 minutes. If your not as organised try to have something on a piece of paper or carry a booklet with you and glance at it during the day, for a few minutes or listen to quality Arabic audios.

8. Don't overwhelm yourself, take breaks to do different things, relax and don't stress or rush it. If you really want it then it will come.

9. The more Arabic tutors and resources you use the more chance of understanding things from different angles.

10. When learning the language don't limit yourself to one discipline but do exercise all skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking. It's more fun that way!

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