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Sunday, March 10, 2013

Best learning Arabic tool


When you first meet somebody, you look at him carefully to recognize his make, form,  appearance ; particularly if this persons posses a good appearance.

This does not only happen with people, it might happen with other living things like pets, flowers and trees. Or even with non-living things like cars, laptops, buildings or even websites!

Once you like what you see, you feel eager to discover the countenance.

Arabian Sinbad  indeed posses a good appearance and unique features that makes you look painstakingly and feel comforted at what you have just saw and try to explore and unleash the rest.

Arabian Sinbad is not like any other language site, when you start with its landing page your eye will capture its joyful colours that invites you to go ahead. The site itself is simple, well organized and help users to find out required information quickly.

You might ask yourself why should you dig for the Arabian Language thesaurus on Arabian Sinbad?
Is it just because it has a joyful site!

Of course not - although this is one of the good reasons- but you can read the following and you will be sure that it worth:


  • Arabian Sinbad has a major team of storytellers,animators, Arabic language teaching experts and new media artistic game developers who are working around the clock just to provide you with the best product.
  • Arabian Sinbad depends on the new techniques in teaching the Arabic language.
  • Arabian Sinbad is not only dedicated to entertaining and educating children, but it is also mindful about enhancing the family values and raising the sense of morals in the young ones.
  • We always develop ourselves and make new updates to everything that we offer. 

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Why Learn Arabic ?



* Arabic is spoken by over 323 million people worldwide as a first language,


which is about the same as the number of native English speakers.

* Classical Arabic is the official language of over 20

countries and is the only form of Arabic taught in schools at all stages.


Each country also has its own local dialect (such as Egyptian, Syrian, and Algerian),

and these dialects are used in day-to-day spoken language.
* Many of the English words you might use on a daily basis are of Arabic origin,

such as coffee (‘qahwah’), sugar (‘sukkar’), and cotton (‘qutn’).