It’s rather well-known that the Arabic language has a number of different dialects. We often hear the question, “If I learn the Jordanian/Palestinian dialect and then move to a different Arabic-speaking country, will the people be able to understand me?” This post, written by friends and former Kelsey students, can help one to understand the challenge of dialect, while giving assurance that others have faced the challenge and overcome it.
Couple in North Africa
Before coming here many told us the dialect is very different from Jordan, but people have understood us fine and after some adjustment we are used to their different sayings, although still learning many new tricks of course. The greatest blessing from Kelsey is being comfortable in public speaking and teaching in Arabic. We find […]