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Learning Arabic can be daunting!  I toyed with the idea of taking formal lessons where I’d learn to read and write Arabic letters but after one go with the Rosetta Stone language program I gave it up!  Egyptian Arabic has it’s own vernacular that is reported to be the most widely understood form of Arabic.  It’s a bit different than the Rosetta Language program so I decided to concentrate on learning the language verbally and in it’s text and social media friendly Latin letter form:  Franco Arabic.  Franco Arabic is very helpful for taking notes and keeping a dictionary without having to learn a completely foreign alphabet.  Franco Arabic is also a great way to remember pronunciation as there are letters in Arabic that do not equate to anything in the Latin alphabet.    Eventually when my vocabulary is a bit better, I would like to learn to…

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