Hi, First of all, congratulations for this course that I find is very good. I am just a little bit disappointed about the "games" section. I think that putting just the English transcription of the word and not the Arab writing is not a good choice. For myself, I learn anything with that. In my personal point of view, transcriptions should be avoided if you really want to write and read Arabic. Anyway, I think that is Ok that transcriptions are there for those who think differently or just don't want to learn the writing. But I think that the words written in Arabic should be ALWAYS be there as well. I think that would be a good improvement for this course. P.S: I have just seen that is the same thing for the self test. I really think that this course would be much much better if you always put the Arabic (and the transcription if you want). I'm quite disappointed because for this I won't be able to use this 2 sections of the course (games and self test), that I think could be really useful and "fun". You have to note as well that maybe the transcription is very useful for English speakers but this is not my case and I imagine is the same for many others.
Regarding games and transcription
December 22, 2012
December 24, 2012
I totally support this idea. They should have option in games and in tests to choose what you want to see, either tranliteration or normal arabic text.
February 17, 2013
i am very happy to know this site pls email me on how to memorize arabic words,thank you.
February 19, 2013
Hi Paula and Keijo, Thanks for your feedback - I'll pass this on to the development team to consider when upgrading the games. I do agree it would be very useful to have Arabic script! Tajuddeen - Have you tried out the My Vocab feature? You can save words to your word list and print them out. You can also using a flash card generator to make your own flash cards like this: http://www.kitzkikz.com/flashcards/ I hope this helps!