5 Easy Arabic Short Stories for the Young and Young at Heart | FluentU ArabicOn one hand, they learn to attach words to things and ideas through their senses of sight, hearing and touch. On the other hand, they learn language through reading and listening to stories, fairy tales and fables —being flown through magical kingdoms, enchanted worlds and far-off lands where goodness reigns. The same process can apply to us grown-ups while learning a new foreign language, especially Arabic. After that, we employ our language skills to fly off on imaginative adventures through films , television shows and books. We imagine ourselves interacting with natives abroad, we close our eyes and practice speaking fluently to nobody.
Enter the Fantastic World of Easy Arabic Short Stories for Children
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The Beauty of Arabic Short Stories for Children
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