The importance of dialects when learning Arabic
23 January 2020, 13:00 to 14:30 Please note: this event has passed
Strand Building, Strand Campus, London
Open to King’s/MLC Students only.
When Arabic is written, it is most always recorded in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA). This is the form of the language that is taught in schools and used in formal communications.
Arabic dialects can be distinguished by the different regions where people live, and it is used for everyday communication.
The workshop will look at the different dialects in the Arab world and their relevance to Standard Modern Arabic.
Suitable for: All levels
Conveners: Najwa Kadhim, Rim Feriani
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