السلام عليكم يا اميرة
This is a great course. I bought it 12 days ago, and have already covered about 15 lessons (not to speak, but being able to listen and follow when sentences are spoken fairly fast).
Although it will be too late for me, I have two suggestions for you to think of before the next release.
1. (Minor) Erica's pronunciation for Sharm-el-Sheikh. It sounds like SheeSH, and that confused me initially as I did not know which of the two pronunciations to follow.
2. The pronunciation of 'L' - as in the definite article - before various nouns.
For example, 'the floor' in lesson 6.1 is sounded out in Arabic as 'iLL-door'. Then further, when the whole sentence is translated, it is "sha2ti fi iLL-door il tani".
When I thought I finally figured out how to say "iLL-door", suddenly it becomes "iDD-door" in the lesson!
This is thouroughly confusing to a student who is a non-Arab person.
In the initial explanation, it might be ok to have the iLL and door spoken separately, but where they are combined, the sound of 'L' should not be there in any instances!
It took a while for me to figure out what was going on. But getting rid of the 'L' sound in such cases will be a challenge after repeating it so many times!