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Omar IL View Drop Down
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    Posted: 09 June 2018 at 11:58pm
I introduce myself, I am a young Moroccan, the Arabic language is my native language, I like to help those who are interested in learning this language, the problem is that my level of English is not good enough and the pronunciation also
So I will be grateful if you share with me your opinion

Do I have to improve my English first before starting?

Or to start and enjoy this passion (to teach Arabic to people) to improve my English? will people be flexible with my mistakes?

Thank you in advance
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Your English is fine as far as I can see and I don't think that someone who wants to learn Arabic would be bothered with your English not being 💯.. I'm sure your students will appreciate your efforts

May Allah reward you for your good intentions
لا اله الا الله
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I expect that your English is good enough.

There are Youtube videos about how to teach English as a forign language https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doay07SePZk was top of the list.

Often English is taught without being able to teach the local language.

Also try using music. You will probably almost know some English songs. Try singing them as this is the fastest way to get it into your head. I particularly suggest the 80's Eurithmics. Very clear use of English and proper scentences.

10 days and still not looked at by the moderator?
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Hello, Arabic is also the language I grew up with.
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