Beyond Words Podcast: Episode 1

Episode 1: Landing in Morocco, An Arabic Lesson

Welcome to the first installment of ALTA’s Beyond Words Podcast. Each episode will provide listeners with the latest language news, language-related interviews, or language lessons that can be applied to real-world situations. They’re always brief, always informative, and always entertaining.

Today’s language lesson deals with Arabic phrases for getting from an airport to a hotel. You can listen to the lesson on our website or download it for later playback on any standard MP3 compatible device. We hope you enjoy listening!

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Thank you to the following people for use of their field recordings and samples:
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  • Astrid
    Posted at 14:29h, 04 April Reply

    Arabic sounds really nice but seems to be difficult to pronounce. I like the laughing in the background though (after approximately 6 minutes):-)
    Great job!

  • Fathia Harrak
    Posted at 13:57h, 20 August Reply

    Please note the Arabic used was classical and not the Moroccan dialect. Moroccan dialect is a little simpler… also lots of French words are used in the language.
    Too complicated for a beginner! I would definitely make it a lot simpler for the average person.
    Just a small observation from a Moroccan!

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