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 that here foreigners seem to have either good classical but can’t be understood, or good spoken but little experience working with written Arabic texts.  We are convinced and try to convince others that Kelsey is a unique preparation for those who desire to communicate well in that regard.

We watch many people struggling to learn [Arabic], and are grateful for having had such a social, encouraging, structured program at Kelsey. – An intercultural married couple living in North Africa

Updated: January 5, 2015 — 8:33 am