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"Hey, all. I've had a year of MSA in school, plus I've traveled in North Africa and the Levant quite a bit. I really need to be around other Arabic speakers..."
"I'd love to re-connect with the Arabic culture & language."
"aSalam 3'liykum!I'm the Director of the NYC Arabic Language & Culture Meetup Club. I wanted to say hello because you are the second biggest Arab club..."
"Hi there, my name is Mahnour and I just moved to the DMV area. I am looking to expand my social network."
"Just another Arab girl"
"Hi its MOE"
"Ahlan. Ismii christine powell. Darastu al lugha arabia fe madinat San Francisco fe Pacific Arabic Resources. Atakullum fusha qalella."
"Hi! I'm Natalie, and I am an Arabic language enthusiast! My goals are to improve both my Fusha and my Egyptian, and have discussions in Arabic on current events..."
"I'm interested in just meeting new people and networking. Meeting those with a similar background, is always an extra plus!"
"I have studied Arabic for a few years and I am new to the area. I am looking forward to practicing and improving my spoken language abilities."
"I was a student of Arabic at The Ohio State University. I spent a lot of time studying Arabic grammar to the detriment of my vocabulary and would love to get back..."
"Hello, I am a project manager for a USAID contracter. I have studied Arabic for many years but since leaving Jordan a year ago, I hardly use it! I would like to..."
Our club brings together people interested in learning more about the Arab world through language & cultural experiences. We attempt to break false stereotypes and bridge the cultural divides which separate us.
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