I saw this question on a reddit thread for Arabic learners.
I genuinely dislike typing with my thumbs, so I figured a video response would be a good option (and one that can hopefully benefit many others, not just Reddit readers).
In today’s video, we discuss the question of which Arabic dialect to learn. We talk about “white Arabic” — when people mix words from fusHa (Modern Standard Arabic) with their native dialect to make their speech more understandable to a wider audience range, my experience with different dialects, and my recommendations to someone who wants to learn Arabic for the purpose of traveling around the Middle East and “getting by” in the language.
Hope this helps!
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