18 Algerian Love Phrases To Melt The Heart Of Your Date (Use With Caution)

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For some reason, you’re out there searching for “Algerian love phrases”. No need to explain – I suppose you have good and specific reasons for that. Google hasn’t been very forthcoming for those looking for that kind of things up until now, but I’ve got your back my friend. I’m in no way fluent in … Read more 18 Algerian Love Phrases To Melt The Heart Of Your Date (Use With Caution)

My review of “Codename: Butterfly” by Palestinian author Ahlam Bsharat in Arabic and English

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The last couple of weeks, I’ve been working slowly through the book “Codename: Butterfly” by the Palestinian author Ahlam Bsharat. The book was originally suggested to me by @arablit on twitter and I got it in its original Arabic version as well as the more recent English translation from Neem Tree Press. Found these in … Read more My review of “Codename: Butterfly” by Palestinian author Ahlam Bsharat in Arabic and English

How I practice languages while helping refugees

In this article, I’d like to share my experience with meeting refugees and exchanging languages. As a result of my passion for foreign languages, I have a limited command of some of the tongues represented by my country’s new citizens, and this has provided me with the opportunity to practice these languages with native speakers. … Read more How I practice languages while helping refugees

Should children of immigrants be taught their mother language in school?

These days, among the hottest topics in the media are immigration, refugees and the questions and challenges related to the arrival of new citizens to a given country. As long as people have migrated, they have had to learn the language of their new home country. This is a matter that never ceases to spark … Read more Should children of immigrants be taught their mother language in school?