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Over the last decade I’ve travelled to the Middle East for language immersion many times and had some pretty amazing experiences along the way such as almost marrying a girl who only spoke Arabic.But you know after all these years of learning other languages as well as doing Masters research on language acquisition, I look back in retrospect on my experience with Arabic and I can now see a lot of things that I would of done differently which would have helped me learn a lot faster and more effectively than I did back then.
What this means is that when you get used to Arabic words – just like English – you’re not actually spelling the word out anyway.So if I had the experience and knowledge 13 years ago that I have now, I’m sure I would have had much better results.Here’s what I would do if I had the chance to start over again (and what you should do if you’re just starting now): If you’re reading this and you’ve decided to learn Arabic but don’t know anything about it, it’s important that you know there are lots of different ‘Arabics’.You can guess but you just know (although you do improve at this at higher levels and can make very accurate guesses).I think this is one of the main reasons why people avoid the alphabet altogether and use materials with transliterations. The thing is – yes it will be confusing and difficult to read at first but as long as you have quality material with audio and/or a native speaker to listen to (all very easily accessible these days either in person or online), you’ll get used to it. There have been studies which have proven that when we read text, we don’t actually read every letter of every word.
You’re just recognizing the image of the word in a sense.