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  • laura monso
    laura monso Year ago

    Hi Maha just starting to learn Hebrew with your videos I am moving to Israel in few month to do a volunteer job in Jerusalem God's will and I am made the decision to learn some over there but want to know something in advance and your videos are very helpful, thank you !

  • Piotrkos piotr
    Piotrkos piotr Year ago

    You are a very beutyfull women

  • Learning Arabic with mohamed naser

    من أى بلد أنتى ؟ وأين درستى العربية ؟

  • Serhat Canatan
    Serhat Canatan Year ago

    pls make more videso with lebanese dialect or palestinian

  • Ahmed Samir
    Ahmed Samir Year ago

    مرحبا أدعو أحمد والعربية هي لغتي Hello I call Ahmed and Arabic is my language.. can I help..

  • Sachein Anand
    Sachein Anand Year ago

    Hi, I love the Arab bread that you have made. will you please teach me how to make garlic sauce toum. since there is so many of them i tried but unsuccessful. thank you..

  • funfair1618
    funfair1618 Year ago

    Dear Maha, I have just a little remark that may turn to be a question, But first, thank you so much for your videos, Chukran. Now I can write the name of all my friends and family in arabic and read arabic, and it just took me two days thank to your great method ! Chukran ! Yet, Maybe your video in two parts on the vowels is not totaly complete. For example, it seems me that you don't explain how you can make the sound AE with the Ya. Is it when there is a consonant with a short A followed directly by a Ya, like in the word Alayhim ? Thank you from France, Chukran !

  • Winterstein Linguistics

    Thank you, Maha, for sharing with us so generously your love for your language and culture!

  • Kimley Neth Jr
    Kimley Neth Jr Year ago

    I'm very interested in taking Arabic lessons from you Maha! What are your plans for upcoming lessons dates?? More specifically beginner lessons??:)

  • Horizon of The Last

    You're fully aware of how to learn a language easily. So you tryna teach it the same way. I'm grateful. Teşekkür ederim. Şükran.

  • محمد طارق المناوي

    اقدر اتواصل مع حضرتك ازاى انا كنت عايز اكمل ماجيستير فى ايطاليا واكمل شغل فيها فعايز اعرف حجات عن الدوله واللغة تاخد اد ايه علشان اتقنها

  • TheLaimar
    TheLaimar Year ago

    Hej Maha, I reale like your arabic Wax Tutorial. It has helped me a lot in the past. Now I am about to make a new batch but the audio has been removed!!! :(

  • srinivas chepuri

    Dear Maha, Thanks for your Arabic lessons and i am very much interested learn Arabic, I am just going through all your videos to learn alphabets but after completing the video TVclip is taking me to auto play which is routing to other video which is not in sequence lessons. We would like to know is there any website where you have mentioned all the information to learn arabic. I really appreciate your help in larning the arabic and i dont whether you have the time to read all the users post but i am waiting for my luck to get prompt response from your end. Regards Srinivas - KSA

  • Soraya Signorina

    Maha, I'm so happy to find your videos. I am committed to learning Arabic this year and you will be my teacher! I have a bit of a personal question to ask; is there an email address you share publicly?

  • Luyig Miro
    Luyig Miro Year ago

    hi maha أنا طالب صيني و أدرس اللغة العربية في مصر الآن و قبل ذلك درست كثير منك من فيديوك لغويا ثقافيا حتي طباخيا هههههههه أنتظر أعمالك التالية دائما و أعطاك التأييد 😊❤

  • Fotinoura Miloshaya

    dear Maha! i started learning arabic with you almost 3 years ago. I was so passionate and you such a good teacher, that i went to an arabic class one day and the teacher asked me if i have arab origins..! now its been a long time since i dont practice and didnt have people to talk to, so i have forgoten lots... Anyway, i need your help now :-) i need to communicate with children from arab countries at a school environment. For now I need some expressions that are mostly used on children behaviour, good or bad. I would be very gratefull if you can help me this way! Alif sukran ya mudarissa! God bless you

  • Teacher Kendra
    Teacher Kendra Year ago

    Hi Maha! I don't know if you check these since the videos I've been watching are from years ago ^_^ I love your teaching style, and I wonder if you have videos teaching English to Arabic speakers? I'm an English teacher, but I'm finding it really difficult to teach low beginner Arabic speakers some concepts such as how to pronounce our "P" sound. I would love to direct them to some youtube videos if you have any. Thank you, Grazie, Shukran ♥

  • Maha Ibn
    Maha Ibn Year ago

    My name is Maha too!!!

  • antonio evangelista

    Morning Maha, I studied some arabic with a proff by my own cause of my job I can not follow a regular course, He told me my level is B1 arabic beginner and may be I can prepare the exam in a local school but can you tell me correctly what is included in this B1 PROGRAM for ARABIC BEGINNER? thanks

  • Ella Lang
    Ella Lang Year ago

    Dear Maha, absolutely great idea and channel! I'm just about to start with it - and interested in both, Arabic and Hebrew- but find the playlists bit confusing. Is it possible to arrange them chronologically so that single lessons appear in a playlist as you publish them and as we would improve? Right now it appears quite mixed and I have Impression that I need to create my own playlist for overview. I know this means additional work for you but this might be useful for future playlists. Shukran in advance :)

  • Gorjan Ćemanović

    Marhaban. Could anyone recommend Arabic internet radio station, but only with talks/discussions/news? I found plenty of stations with music, but would like to expose myself to conversation/reading primarily. MSA, but dialects are fine as well. Shukran.

  • Sena Ata
    Sena Ata Year ago

    You have lovely teeth Maha!

  • amin andari
    amin andari Year ago

    السلام علیکم انا ایرانی و تعلمت اللغة العربیة جیدا و احب التعرف علی حضرتک هذا رقم جوالی لبرنامج واتساب و تلیکرام 00989399738014

  • Maerifat Majeed
    Maerifat Majeed Year ago

    your lectures are full of knowledge but you dont cover body. sorry

  • Pier Stein
    Pier Stein Year ago

    Hi Maha, Great channel you have here! :) I just wanted to show you a pretty cool tool that two friends and me just made to easily learn the vocabulary you want. Maybe you or your audience find it useful? We would be flattered if you would give it a try! It's called Wordeys and you'll find it on Google! Hope you like it and looking forward to hearing from you! Happy Sunday, Pier

  • Cailie Betz
    Cailie Betz Year ago

    Is there any accessible supplemental materials I can be using in conjunction with your and other videos I am watching.

  • NASIRU ABUBAKAR
    NASIRU ABUBAKAR Year ago

    Ahalan wasahalan bikum Ana muhammad Nasir min nageria I want to use this opportunity to extend my regards to you anty maha by saying shukra laki optimistic you and your family lone life and prosperity Because really enjoy your lectures god bless you

  • Miguel Michael
    Miguel Michael Year ago

    Congratulations and Felicidades for your excellent work, hope that you learn some spanish and do some arab classes for spanish speaking countries! May God bless you and keep you as beautiful a you are!!

  • Miguel Michael
    Miguel Michael 2 years ago

    I loved your videos and learnt arab a lot, you are beautiful, sweet and awesome. Just a comment: Watching your last video I noticed your eyebrows angled up...I think...or thinner??...your old eyebrow form was much better because your beautiful hazelnut eyes, the bushier the better! Go on with more videos!!! Blessings!

  • Frieda Hamd
    Frieda Hamd 2 years ago

    And for the vegetarians grape leaves what size rice do you use

  • Frieda Hamd
    Frieda Hamd 2 years ago

    On the grape leaves what size rice do you use

  • Bsheer Allebe
    Bsheer Allebe 2 years ago

    Voglio nuove lezioni in lingua italiana. In aeroporto

  • Nicole Castillo
    Nicole Castillo 2 years ago

    i have a question. You are so beautiful, smart and your videos are awesome and so helpful. to understand islamic faith, ive started reading the Quaran. im still early in the book bt i read Allah doesnt hear the prayers of uncovered women. Do you consider yourself a "good" muslim? im just curious why you dont have the traditional hajab

    • Dive Etaz
      Dive Etaz Year ago

      Being arab doesn't make you Muslim, there are some jews and christians

    • Asaph Elysée
      Asaph Elysée Year ago

      Why are u guys always raisin nonesensical issues wherever thr's no need to..? She makes videos for people to learn Arabic, what are you looking for in questionning her faith instead of learning from her?? If the way she dresses disturbs u that much then choose another platform that fits your views and learn ARABIC over there........... But don't bring yourself and talk.......Nonsense Nicole Castillo

    • بهاء الدّين l BAHAA EDDINE
      بهاء الدّين l BAHAA EDDINE Year ago

      there is no god but ALLAH , ISLAM is true religion ,adultery forbidden

    • Qadeer Khan
      Qadeer Khan Year ago

      it is a personal choice no one other than the person can decide whether she is a good or bad Muslim. The point you raised may be related to self accountability and self analysis

    • Mir monir hossain Rasel
      Mir monir hossain Rasel 2 years ago

      i have a same question ...............

  • elyes chellik
    elyes chellik 2 years ago

    give me your facebook please

  • shaily raju
    shaily raju 2 years ago

    Great channel .learnt to read and write Arabic with you.thanks.What does مدٌّ بالياءِ mean in Arabic?

  • Phil Danza
    Phil Danza 2 years ago

    I've found the prepositions videos really useful recently, would be great if you made some about some other prepositions.

  • magnmadsen
    magnmadsen 2 years ago

    I hope arabic will die with the flies. Thanxs.

  • Daniel Toilazic
    Daniel Toilazic 2 years ago

    Bonsoir Maha, Vous êtes particulièrement agréable et intelligente aussi. Pourriez-vous faire des cours d'Arabe en Français ? Cordialement.

  • Jacopo Cerro
    Jacopo Cerro 2 years ago

    Maha potresti fare delle lezioni su come usare l hamza anche insieme alla waw e la ya? Inoltre ho visto un'altra lettera particolare molto usata ina specie di ya senza i puntini ى puoi farci una lezione?

  • Dildar Husain
    Dildar Husain 2 years ago

    thank you so much you make this video i liket really i dildar huasin indian but live in saudi arabiya

  • IBN Arthur Media
    IBN Arthur Media 2 years ago

    Ahlaan, We listening to Arabic and pronouncing Arabic how can I hear the difference between Seen wa Sad?? Ex. sura vs. Sura??? Shookran

  • Jessica Ayoub
    Jessica Ayoub 2 years ago

    Hi! Thank you for your lessons on learning to read and write Arabic. I do speak Lebanese but I don't understand MSA. Do you have a video for some vocabulary in MSA?

  • Flamos rs
    Flamos rs 2 years ago

    come bella

  • ahmed elkholy
    ahmed elkholy 2 years ago

    your email, please

  • John Harrington
    John Harrington 2 years ago

    love your channel very much! but can you tell me how to pronounce the double "R"? pretty difficult for me.

  • anonymos 7
    anonymos 7 2 years ago

    Marry me !

  • Mohamed Magdy
    Mohamed Magdy 2 years ago

    السلام عليكم انا محمد من مصر. بشكرك كثير علي هذا المجهود رائع جدا يا جميل بالمصري ... انا بخطط اني اسافر لايطاليا وحاليا بتعلم الايطالي وكنت حابب اعرف منك عن الحياة هناك والدراسه ايضا per favore

  • dipen gautam
    dipen gautam 2 years ago

    maha, now i am your best student from NEPAL i want to learn arabic

  • Heraclite D'Ephèse
    Heraclite D'Ephèse 2 years ago

    You're so beautiful and intelligent. Don't change, you pronounce correctelly words and you take your time to speak and to explain us. I'm originary of Morocco but I live in France and learn arabic is, for me, important, because I'm arabic, we speak arabic in my religion and even in others religion arabic have an awesome pronounciation. In fact, the arabic calligraphy is interesting. But the problem is that I don't know speak arabic, but with your lessons is like if it's done. Thank you, still !!

  • ari ben saportas valencia

    hello maha,i am from Colombia south america living in mexico,long time not seen such a beautiful woman like you,with a lot of energy,so fresh,intelligent and with a lot of charistma sorry for my writing english is not my mother tongue...i am jew and i think you are the best example the human kind can live in peace..congratulations for be the person you are...you have to much vitality in every video you make...also i think with a teacher like you anybody can learn whatever you teach...have a nice life..you deserve the best...nice to found you here in internet...Shalom la

  • thearchitect27
    thearchitect27 2 years ago

    Salam Maha! I actually speak Urdu (Pakistani-American) and I love the Arabic language, so your channel is awesome! But I have a question. So in many Arabic words or phrases, especially when I read the Qur'an, there is "al" before a word. What is the logic of "al" and when do I pronounce it? Shuk'ran habibi, Ma'salama!

  • Mario Kraus
    Mario Kraus 2 years ago

    More lessons please, dear Maha :-) I love them

  • Hamza The Linguist
    Hamza The Linguist 2 years ago

    Long time fan of your channel, keep it up. I would like to hear more about the Palestinian Christian experience. How do Palestinian Christians live with all the oppression, how is their religious practice affected by the Zionists, etc. It would also be cool if you went over bible verses in Arabic.

  • pusang halaw
    pusang halaw 2 years ago

    Ramadan Mubarak : ) Salam to all muslims in your holy season.

    • Heraclite D'Ephèse
      Heraclite D'Ephèse 2 years ago

      Soon it's over !!!!! We are (or I'm) so killed... But we don't know when is Aïd, someones say Monday (fourth of July), others Wednesday...

  • Polyglot University
    Polyglot University 2 years ago

    We approve your channel.

  • Kaptain AJK
    Kaptain AJK 2 years ago

    how am i supposed to learn arabic when your so fuckin sexy i just beat my meat to your videos Kappa

  • التسويق الالكتروني

    you 'r pretty maha

  • Mohammed Elhussiny
    Mohammed Elhussiny 2 years ago

    could you plz send me a name of book that you recommend me to study from it italiano as I have just started learning italian language

  • Paco Garcia
    Paco Garcia 2 years ago

    I would like to say that you are one of the most beautiful women I have ever seen on my life, how do you say that in arabic?

  • jtubiter
    jtubiter 2 years ago

    Mar7aba, i assume you originally speak with a madani accent but would it be possible to do a series on the falahi dialects. Mainly interested in regions such as qalqiliya, turmus aya, beit hanina, etc. Not only chaf for kaf and kaf for qaf but also the actual dialect.

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  • Getsemaní Sinaí Villanueva Amador

    Asalam Alaikkum Maha! Thank you so much for your videos. By any chance, do you know a channel o web site with arabic music with subtitles like yours? Because I found them translated to english or with arabic lyrics only. And I would like to sing and repeat like in your classes. Thanks again.

  • Jonathan Benson
    Jonathan Benson 2 years ago

    How would God say "I love you" to me(man) in Hebrew, Or should I ask how it is written?

  • nasair78
    nasair78 3 years ago

    Hello, Does someone knows an arabic animated serie (or any arabic TV show) that can be found subbed (in english or french) on the internet ??? Thanks in advance

  • Khary Marshall
    Khary Marshall 3 years ago

    thank you for sharing

  • Andreas Eriksson
    Andreas Eriksson 3 years ago

    If a word begins with a short vowel, how do you write it? For example my name; Andreas. If it was a long "A" at the beginning I would write it with an "alif", right? But now it's pronounced quite short. How do I solve this, since I don't have a consonant to use the dash for short "a" with?

    • oxus72
      oxus72 3 years ago

      +Andreas Eriksson Jag är ny på det här och lär mig medan jag skriver men t.ex. 'du' skrivs أنتم och om du lyssnar på en online translate så är det ett kort [~Änton]. Alif kan 'bära' korta initiala vokaler utöver att vara en lång vokal i sig. För att direktcitera 'Mastering Arabic': "If a word begins with a short vowel, the vowel sign cannot simply hang in the air before the next letter. So the vowel sign is placed above or under an alif" . Sybolen ovanför i exemplet är inte en vokal utan en 'hamza', själva vokalen är inte utsatt. För att förtydliga att det gäller vokalen 'a' sätter du till din a-markör direkt ovanför hamza:t. Samma mönster gäller för 'u', medan 'i' placeras under hamza som i sin tur hamnar under alif. Anybody feel free to correct where I'm wrong or inconclusive.

  • Travis Probert
    Travis Probert 3 years ago

    Hi Maha, love your food videos...do you have a recipe for a traditional shanklish recipe that requires mold growth and scraping cheese?

  • nash jeet
    nash jeet 3 years ago

    I have a friend who is a Dr. he was studying in Iraq during the gulf war. He was in love with a girl whose name was Maha. He could not marry that girl. I am still sorry for him. You remind me of my friend.

  • nash jeet
    nash jeet 3 years ago

    Hi Maha I would very much like to get one of your Arabic pan. Is it possible because I live in the Indian Ocean in an Island called Mauritius?

  • Josh Early
    Josh Early 3 years ago

    Hi Maha! I have a student that just moved to the US from Syria. Watching your videos is helping me rapidly learn to help communicate with her and help her learn math and English. I can now look up a word with Google, and know how to write it and (roughly) pronounce it after just a week.

  • Hector Carrasquillo Sr.

    What is better to learn, Hebrew or Arabic?

    • Hector Carrasquillo Sr.
      Hector Carrasquillo Sr. 3 years ago

      +Caroline Solomon Thanks sweetz. I will try to learn both. I already speak Spanish/English. Shalom...;)

    • Caroline
      Caroline 3 years ago

      +Hector Carrasquillo Sr. Why don't you learn both of the?. I speak Hebrew and now I'm starting to learn Arabic of course the letters are completely different but many words in Hebrew and Arabic when you pronounce them are quite similar so it's easy to remember. Good luck. It'great to know a few languages.

  • kin gega
    kin gega 3 years ago

    Studio le relazioni tra le lingue e trovo il suo lavoro fatta bene e piacevole. La pregherei di accompagnare il dettato con la scrittura a vista. Sarebbe un valore aggiunto! Grazie!

  • Ali Waheed
    Ali Waheed 3 years ago

    Maha can you please teach me Arabic phrases a doctor can learn because he might have patients who speak only Arabic? Thank you.

  • nana no
    nana no 3 years ago

    كملي دروس ايطالي من فضلك انت احسن مدرسه شفتها

  • Ismail El Youssoufi
    Ismail El Youssoufi 3 years ago

    where are you from please

  • Maha ben ali
    Maha ben ali 3 years ago

    exellent madame maha

  • Mariivoire
    Mariivoire 3 years ago

    Is Maha Palestinian or Israeli...I'm just curious, that's all

    • 667Gullin
      667Gullin 2 years ago

      +Mariam Sidibe Palestinian.

    • 667Gullin
      667Gullin 2 years ago

      +Kevin Potter Palestinian from Haifa.

  • Elhombre36
    Elhombre36 3 years ago

    Hello all. I hope somebody actually takes the time to answer me this question if I'm lucky Maha herself. Well here is the thing I been watching Maha's videos for a while now I always wanted to learn Arabic so finding someone like Maha who takes time to teach thru TVclip (free) was exiting for me. The problem is I work in a store and one of my customer told he knows the language and he would teach me , now thou him and Maha agree on lots of things they also disagree in a lot as well. When I told him about Maha he said that she might be teaching a "different" Arabic one that only was known in her country or so. He says he knows what he calls "Egyptian Arabic" which is known in all the Middle East based in him. So this is the question that has been busting my brain who do I listen to? Does Maha in fact teach the Arabic known by all speakers of the language? Are there really different types of Arabic languages? Please keep in mind that I don't mean to disrepect Maha in any way , in case is not obvious enough I don't know what I'm talking about so I mean no harm I do really wish to learn Arabic so please someone answer my question with all seriousness. I hope Maha is right what she is doing is really helpful for those that wish to learn.

    • Yoav Ginsburg
      Yoav Ginsburg 3 years ago

      well, your customer is is right in what he said about Maha's different dialect because she speaks Palestinian Arabic which is very different from Egyptian. he is also semi-right in saying that Egyptian Arabic is widely known, however he might have accidentally confused you. Arabic is subject to a process called Diglossia where a widely spoken language can develop different variants for different places, to make it easier to communicate the MSA (Modern Standard Arabic) was created. so the variant most people understand (though none speak as a mother tongue) is MSA. however since the Egyptian film industry is very popular in the Arabic speaking countries many people are also familiar with Egyptian Arabic.

  • AJ
    AJ 3 years ago

    I'm interested in private lessons let me know if that is possible please thank you

  • نعيم عمران
    نعيم عمران 3 years ago

    Hopedully i get it explained ... He writes =يكتُب He goes=يذهَب My question is why the 'fatha' comes in terms of يذهب and why it doesn't come in terms of يكتب.

  • عبدالرحمن خالد

    اذا ممكن اتواصل معك بالتويتر او اي موقع لظرورة

  • gurt wildurs
    gurt wildurs 3 years ago

    Do you agree with the phrase الموت لإسرائيل?

  • Riyaz Yacoob Saheb
    Riyaz Yacoob Saheb 3 years ago

    Assalaamu Alaikum, Great Site, May Allah Bless You, Ameen !!

  • Clint ROYON
    Clint ROYON 3 years ago

    Where in Palestine are you from ? I am quite familiar with Taybeh because I am there once a year. Would love to meet you in person.

  • Aloma Ricord
    Aloma Ricord 3 years ago

    I would like to get that thing you cook the pita in

  • 1000hassrah
    1000hassrah 3 years ago

    Maha ! Are you married ?

  • Dr. Be
    Dr. Be 3 years ago

    Maha.. 2 cuestiones .. Eres bella embajadora para el pueblo arabe y su idioma sin igual, o embajadora arabe para la belleza y su idioma? ---- y.. me vas a cazar (no es cuestion)

  • Aixa Tovar
    Aixa Tovar 3 years ago

    Hello Maha my name is Aixa and i was wondering if you had pointers on how to pick up arabic quicker. I live with an arabic family and i hardly know whats going on at home. I have been watching your videos and they're a lot of help, but wanted to see if you had any more advice! please help a girl out!!

  • greylock1959
    greylock1959 3 years ago

    I remember the first time I saw you on you tube. Sorry I don't remember which one but I do remember you. I don't know how you feel about the bigger world around you. I just want you to be happy and safe. I want you to have a long life with your family. I don't like what is happening in your part of the world. I use to be a soldier in the USA Marine corps. I know about danger. You will always have people like me who will always be thinking of your safety. Be blessed Maha.

  • Mick Lawlor
    Mick Lawlor 3 years ago

    Did you live in Lebanon?

  • Vito Grassi
    Vito Grassi 3 years ago

    Assalamu alaikum!! Maha, ormai sei una star! :D Tanti saluti da Taranto, e complimenti davvero!! Un tuo grande fan, -Marco!! :)

  • Junaid Shamim
    Junaid Shamim 3 years ago

    I think you are looking for word 'barren' when describing a person without hear.

    • Tristan van Oosten
      Tristan van Oosten 3 years ago

      Hearing impaired ? That's deaf. When a woman cannot conceive children- that's known as barren.

    • Junaid Shamim
      Junaid Shamim 3 years ago

      I meant hair.

  • Bahirullah Bahir
    Bahirullah Bahir 3 years ago

    aslam alikum teachar maha I respect you more becuze I learned Arabic from your videos I download and watch beginner videos that I start from wich playlist of you here is more. thanku

  • shahid shaik
    shahid shaik 3 years ago

    Nice videos Maha, Keep up with the good work. Please let me know if you are taking classes.

  • Savanah Ball
    Savanah Ball 3 years ago

    Can anyone tell me what kind of Arabic this is? I'm really enjoying the teaching style, but a friend who speaks Arabic told me the dialect is not correct.

    • Void LT
      Void LT 3 years ago

      Let me make myself clear, Maha speaks Palestinian Arabic, but teaches Standard Arabic. I'm an Arab, so you can take my word for it.

    • Hannah Handal
      Hannah Handal 3 years ago

      It is Palestinian Arabic. So it is correct is certain regions, but not in all. It is not a formal standard, such as you would find in a Rosetta Stone series for example.

    • Void LT
      Void LT 3 years ago

      Standard Arabic.

  • Prasad
    Prasad 3 years ago

    Miss Maha, simply I can say Its really a wonderfull job,

  • fairouz foufa
    fairouz foufa 3 years ago

    maha per favore baddi paragraph bimawdou3 lfacebookk tkoun faraa basita ya3ni choukran

  • Asfar Nasim
    Asfar Nasim 3 years ago

    I CRY DAILY WHEN IS SEE TO U ON YOU TUBE WITH A BOLD AND WORST DRESS....U MUST FEAR TOP ALLAH ..IF U R A MUSLIM...WHEN U WILL GO TO GRAVE ONE DAY THAT TIME ......SNAKES WILL PRESENT IN UR GRAVE AND WILL WAITING FOR U

  • Asfar Nasim
    Asfar Nasim 3 years ago

    salam to maha..arabic teacher...but maha dress is not look like muslim...and when one day maha will died and go to grave then ALLAH gave maha to a very big punnishment with the snakes....and snakes will eat the all body of maha...so maha please u wear the muslim dress..cause u r a teacher of arabic lesson and u r a muslim.......ALLAH la bless on u.AMEEN

  • Aleena Wahid
    Aleena Wahid 3 years ago

    maha, you are awesome. you have really helped me with my arabic. i hope i pass my gcse

  • Nick G
    Nick G 3 years ago

    Hey! Can anyone tell me why a "ha" would have two dots above it? Like this, ة

    • Ahmed H. Ebrahim
      Ahmed H. Ebrahim 3 years ago

      Hey Nicholas, it's not "ha" it's "ta' ت " and it comes to the end of the word and pronounced as "ha" but it's made for differentiating between both

  • Brandon Utzinger
    Brandon Utzinger 3 years ago

    Maha how do you say comrade in Arabic?? :D - Brandon Utzinger U.S. Oregon

  • Eng Sharo
    Eng Sharo 3 years ago

    hi maha, i want to know why you do not make new italian lessons, i am very sad because i learn much more things in italian language and now i stopped,,,,, please ( scusa ) make new italian lessons

  • nono amman
    nono amman 4 years ago

    بدي درس 37 الافعال التي تنتهي بحرف ire بليز

  • Heather Loves You
    Heather Loves You 4 years ago

    DEAR MAHA, SHAKOOM MOKOOM, SA DEEKY! I LOVE ALL YOUR VIDEOS! I HAVE LEARNED SO MUCH FROM YOU! I MAKE IRAQI SALAD ALL THE TIME NOW! I WOULD LOVE TO FEATURE YOUR VIDEOS ON MY WEBSITE & HAVE YOU TO BE A PART OF A PROJECT, I'M LAUNCHING IN A FEW MONTHS! MERRY CHRISTMAS!

  • Masood Shnizai
    Masood Shnizai 4 years ago

    God bless you Maha.

  • Youko
    Youko 4 years ago

    Can you teach hebrew ? I want to learn about verbs

  • TheGreatDuck
    TheGreatDuck 4 years ago

    Hey, a great channel you've got there! Just a suggestion, though - could you please reorder your playlists? As of now, the videos seem to be mixed up in a random order, which makes it a bit hard to find the right ones at times. :)

  • Nicklas Jansson
    Nicklas Jansson 4 years ago

    Wow, your videos are great and your personality is awesome. You seem so nice and kind and from what you show in all your videos you have the charisma and energy to have an own TV-show I think. Keep up the good work Maha! Greetings from Sweden.

  • Alexandra Roy-Dumont

    Hey :) I'm Alexandra, i'm 17 and i'm from Canada. I speak french and i learned english and my boyfriend is from Israel but he learned english so we're good to communicate!! But i want to understand him!! So i was wondering how could i learn fast Hebrew ? cause i want to suprise him and communicate with him. I've went on website that explain me but i don't know it seems like it's not enought!! Could you help me? I've seen videos of you explaining Hebrew and it's very good :) facebook.com/gaufrette420 heres my facebook if you wanna message me. taka :*

  • Mahfuz Munir Khan PT

    make me baklawa

  • UnrealWorld
    UnrealWorld 4 years ago

    ★ Ciao ti andrebbe di scambiarci le iscrizioni? =)★

  • angelo ricciolo
    angelo ricciolo 4 years ago

    ciao sono Angelo Sadiq, ho seguito le tue lezioni di Arabo in Italiano su youtube,ne hai fatte altre? dove le posso trovare? Aspetto una tua gentile risposta.

  • angelo ricciolo
    angelo ricciolo 4 years ago

    ciao sono Angelo Sadiq, ho seguito le tue lezioni di Arabo in Italiano su youtube,ma visto che le lezioni adesso si trovano su facebook,ti chiedo gentilmente la possibilita' e il modo di poter accedere.GRAZIE a presto

  • Ivan Bte. Zarrabal
    Ivan Bte. Zarrabal 4 years ago

    Dear Maha, i want to know if you can help me with an translation: the thing is that i want to make me a tattoo, and what i want to do on my arm is a series of numbers that make a lot of meaning for me and my family, those numbers are: 13-17-07 But the thing is, that i want those numbers to be written in letters in arabic (thirteen - seventeen - zero seven in arabic, please) ...you know what i mean? i really dont trust in those online translations and apps,thats why im here,asking for your help, please Maha, help me... By the way, your videos are awesome,keep doing what you do; With love, Ivan Bz From Mexico.

    • yashkeeba
      yashkeeba 4 years ago

      +Ivan Bte. Zarrabal you're sooo welcome, and yes you can separate them with any thing (dash, line, stars any symbol you prefer & it did not affect the meaning at all :) Like this: ثلاثة عشر ـ سبعة عشر ـ صفر سبعة or ثلاثة عشر * سبعة عشر * صفر سبعة or ثلاثة عشر ~ سبعة عشر ~ صفر سبعة this symbol (~) I think it is more suitable with Arabic letters but it's up to you^^ & I'm sorry for your loss! :( it seems you were very close to him!.

    • Ivan Bte. Zarrabal
      Ivan Bte. Zarrabal 4 years ago

      I have another question... if i want to separate the letters with a dash or a little line (like i did in the beginning)(like this: thirteen - seventeen - zero seven) , did that affect the meaning? and how or where should i put it? Thx again

    • Ivan Bte. Zarrabal
      Ivan Bte. Zarrabal 4 years ago

      Oh thank you very much, i really really appreciate it, i hope that my family likes it, indeed almost all the tattoos that i wanna do, are a representation of my family and most of all, to my grandfather who passed away this year on January 13, this is one of the meanings about the number 13 , among many others meanings. Thank you again :)

    • yashkeeba
      yashkeeba 4 years ago

      hi Ivan :) let me help you with this, these are the numbers in Arabic letters: 13 : ثلاثة عشر 17 : سبعة عشر 07: صفر سبعة & do not worry I'm Arabic Girl I know what I've written ;) Have a nice tattoo!

  • Sevi Lay
    Sevi Lay 4 years ago

    Thank you so much for your videos, they are so helpful! I'm learning Modern Standard Arabic at university, and sometimes I really don't get my teacher's explanations. Yours always help me out! I have a request: Can you teach us the passive voice and how to use it? You know, when kataba becomes kutiba etc. I know the general construction, but I don't really understand why for example anhaa becomes unhiya or why zaara becomes ziira.

  • judgmental 84
    judgmental 84 4 years ago

    Hey miss maha you are a very beautiful women....with a very beautifull personality

  • Abdou Abdelrazek
    Abdou Abdelrazek 4 years ago

    I wish a video of how to write Hebrew Alphabet is easy way, please

  • bahri faten
    bahri faten 4 years ago

    MERCI pour les leçons des Italiano

  • Mario Reyes
    Mario Reyes 4 years ago

    Hey Guys! Is it me or she doesn't have how are you? I don't see it :( thanks....

  • Nina S
    Nina S 4 years ago

    Dear Maha, thank you! Ur lessons help me so much!

  • MrAlharbi166
    MrAlharbi166 4 years ago

    ممكن تنزلين دروس بالاسبانية

  • ghazi khan
    ghazi khan 4 years ago

    nice

  • flufy85
    flufy85 4 years ago

    Hello Maha. Thank you for these lovely videos, they are extremely helpful. Just wanted to say that I started to study Arabic at the Uni today and I was very shocked and confused by the teacher;s handwriting. How am I supposed to do that when I write the calligraphic Arabic (as you wrote the alphabet in one of your videos), the one that kids learn in school for their first year. I can read any computerised text or similar...I had to ask him to pronounce the word or spell it in order to understand and he says that that's the normal Arabic writing and mine is "the Egyptian" one :))) He told me to go and practice...where would I find that adult-grown up writing that people use after writing for a life?

  • iva Smirnova
    iva Smirnova 4 years ago

    Buon giorna Maha...Tutto bene????Sai che ci mancono le tue lezione.Sei una brava insegnante ...Siamo qui,ad aspettare il tuo ritorno....

  • Ferruccio Berettini
    Ferruccio Berettini 4 years ago

    sei bravissima e chiarissima le lezioni con Luca mi aiutano a rispolverare il mio inglese mentre imparo (spero)l'arabo complimenti salam aleikum.

  • Damiro Don
    Damiro Don 4 years ago

    thank you Maha, for your lesson Arabic.I like it very it,s a good way to learn you make it easy you are sow positive the way you ex plain it thank you sow much ! by you i will learn arabic very easy. thank you thank you.Hope everything is ok with you.God sent me to you to learn praise adonai.

  • Nicole Williams
    Nicole Williams 4 years ago

    sorry didn't realize my brother was signed on so the last comment from Gary was actually me

  • Gary Lee Todd
    Gary Lee Todd 4 years ago

    can you please tell me how to say like boyfriend or any nickname for a boyfriend in Hebrew? maybe like blue eyes in Hebrew?

  • Luis Felipe Basha Carrion

    hello مع السلاة GOD BLESS YOU AND FAMILY YOU ARE VERY NICE

  • Pavol Grnáč
    Pavol Grnáč 4 years ago

    Hi Maha I really like your arabic lessons. That's great :) I am just looking for romanized arabic new testament as pdf or doc. But I can't find it. Thank you so much.

  • Fayez Ouarghi
    Fayez Ouarghi 4 years ago

    Good job, brilliant way to explain, easy, direct, with a well chosen expression, keep calm & teach arabic !

  • B. White
    B. White 4 years ago

    Shukran ya Maha jazakallah khair

  • Rahoof Ps
    Rahoof Ps 4 years ago

    Thank you so much for teaching Arabic,,All the best..!

  • Wrestlers Not Divas
    Wrestlers Not Divas 4 years ago

    All Catholics should pray that God will bring peace and justice to Palestine-so much of that verbiage has come out of the Vatican since 1965 yet it and we do not have the courage to stand up to the militarists in Washington, DC and Tel Aviv. I promise I will say at least part of a Rosary every day for you, your family, and the Palestinian people for the next month. Ciao.

    • Ryan Woods
      Ryan Woods Year ago

      What are you talking about? Why would the US attack or destroy the chosen people in their lands gifted by God? I just don't understand where you are coming from on that statement.

  • Reem H
    Reem H 4 years ago

    hope you;ll make a new video soon

  • Najma: H
    Najma: H 4 years ago

    thanks Maha... you doing great job...

  • Shah Hussain
    Shah Hussain 4 years ago

    i love you SISTER.............GAZA LOVE FOREVER <3 FROM PAKISTAN............READY TO DIE FOR PALESTINE.........WE WILL COME WE WILL TAKE REVENGE..........FROM KHYBER TO KARACHI PEOPLE ARE CRYING AND READY TO DIE FOR PALESTINE........I DIDN'T CELEBRATED THE EID............BECAUSE MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS ARE DYING........:(

  • OCD&Proud
    OCD&Proud 4 years ago

    I am soo gratefull i found this channel, i thought about something like your channel the other day like how amazing it will be if somebody wanted to do that. Thank you soo much in advance! I'm very determine to learn arabics! i love how you are always cheer us like "practice" and you seem soo happy while you do it. Thank you!

  • Paul O
    Paul O 4 years ago

    You are so beautiful !!! I love you!!!

  • louhichi cacao
    louhichi cacao 4 years ago

    thx

  • Yahshua Shemu'el Nichols

    Thank you for taking the time to share your culture, language, and what is a part of you to the rest of the world. Salam!

  • gatobranco1
    gatobranco1 4 years ago

    Dear Maha, I do not understand what is your point in teaching colloquial, conversational phrases in what appears to be archaic litterary arabic(fus7a)? Obviously, every learner of Arabic needs to know fus7a, because otherwise he will be unable to read any written matters in Arabic or write anything except SMS messages or comments in forums. However colloquial phrases are used always in regional(Egyptian, Levantine) form in reall conversation and never in fus7a form, except the cases when a Western film is dubbed in Arabic or when a Western play is staged in an Arabic theater. TV talk shows in some countries or by international Arab networks as al-Jazeera can also be in fus7a, however in Egypt even talk shows are usually conducted in Egyptian. Egyptian have no fear that their TV production would be not understood in the Arab world, however if a TV show is produced in Gulf or Algerian dialect, it would be understood only to the audence of respective areas. I think if a foreign learner learns "conversational" phrases in a way you have presented them, it could happen to him as in an old joke - A Westerner got a taxi and lengthily explained the route he would like to go to the driver in the most elaborate litterary fus7a. After hearing the litany, the driver told "saddaqa allahu azeem"(truthful is the almighty God) - he thought that the foreignner was reciting the Noble Qur'an to him:)))

  • Ahmed Habichuela Adam

    Can you please teach Aramaic language ? If you can, i'd love you Forever

  • noreen majid
    noreen majid 4 years ago

    bless u......i tried making arabian wax but mine was too hard at one time and than ssecond time it was too soft ,,,,,,,,,can u help plz

  • khalifson
    khalifson 4 years ago

    Hi Maha. Can you let me know what is the piece of music you used in the visit to Aqsa mosque video? Thanks and keep up the good work.

  • unconditionalbel
    unconditionalbel 4 years ago

    Thank you so much for your channel! I've been looking everywhere to learn to strengthen my speaking skills. Foos7a arabic is not commonly spoken among people, so this is a great way for me to make conversation! Your're awesome!

  • OfficialNaye
    OfficialNaye 4 years ago

    Need no copyright music? visit my channel =)

  • Heather Johnson
    Heather Johnson 4 years ago

    Great video, made the wax fine but having difficulties handling it. I can't get it into the light coloured ball, the wax just stick all over my hands - are my hands too hot?

  • Кристиян Станев

    Hi Maha, get started watching your lessons and I felt's very interesting, but I'm still quite a beginner to translate his thought in Arabic "man sees as much as knowing" Will you write me in Arabic ... I used google translator, but I do not know whether it translates correctly. Thanks in advance ... and excuse me for my bad english;)

  • Martin King
    Martin King 4 years ago

    Very good!

  • fiamlulu
    fiamlulu 4 years ago

    vorrei tatuarmi una frase in arabo..vorrei che mi traducessi dall'italiano in arabo la seguente scritta : "Rendi realtà i tuoi sogni".Ho provato con google traduttore ma non sono sicura che sia giusto. Grazie

  • Рус Север
    Рус Север 4 years ago

    You very beautiful, at you are fire in eyes. I invite to Kazakhstan.

  • AliennGenetiics
    AliennGenetiics 4 years ago

    Arabic Girls <3

  • Вадик Вадиков

    Assalamu alaiku!Please,give me your facebook adress

  • DJ RAMZI
    DJ RAMZI 4 years ago

    Hello my name ramzi I am 26 years old live in Algeria

  • Nisreen Alrass
    Nisreen Alrass 4 years ago

    hi maha ,my name is nisreen ,im from syria and came to italy 3 months ago .ilove your 36 italian lessons that you do but why you stopped????!!!!!???ihope you do more lessons for arab to learn italian because your way to teach is amazing !! and we really need to learn.

  • Queila
    Queila 4 years ago

    Hi, beautiful, I am from Brazil and I'm enjoying learning Arabic with you. Please, teach us the letters, the alphabet!!!

  • navybrasil
    navybrasil 4 years ago

    The best teacher I´ve ever seen.

  • Said Abed
    Said Abed 4 years ago

    Beautiful and intelligent!

  • iyadh askri
    iyadh askri 4 years ago

    i ll be very grateful if you give me your fb,i m Jules Cesar,the photo is the mask of king tut ankh amon,and my name is iyadh,from tunisia

  • iyadh askri
    iyadh askri 4 years ago

    by the way,i envie your husband,for having such diamand like you;you are really what we call arab beauty !

  • iyadh askri
    iyadh askri 4 years ago

    maha,you are wonderful!!

  • Helena Heracleous
    Helena Heracleous 4 years ago

    Maha thank you so much! I have just finished your videos about 'arabic alphabet' to write and read anything in arabic :) haha can not believe it, you made it so easy. I know how to read and write in arabic :-O Tomorrow i will start your videos about grammar and later vocabulary. You have a big greek fan ! Ευχαριστώ :)

  • ab abou
    ab abou 4 years ago

    salaam oulaikoum,ya habibi,ya maha,ta7yaat falastien.ana adrussu al lougha arabiya,ana maghribi al bar ber.ana ou7iboukou,ya maha.ana ba7ki shawee arabi.ana takalam arabiya qalilaan.but step by step its comes good inshallah!ana taskun fie hollanda wa anti,ya maha,ayna taskouneena.wa kam 3oumrouka.what can i say more,you are great mo3alima and i love you,anti zwina wa latiefa.ma3 salaam.

  • David Immanuvel
    David Immanuvel 4 years ago

    sexy

  • pol
    pol 4 years ago

    ciao, ma come mai non fai più lezioni in italiano ???

  • denzel416
    denzel416 4 years ago

    I learn to say ...Mashallah.!!..u are beautiful. Shukran teach us this lenguaje. i love it.

  • Usaid Khan
    Usaid Khan 4 years ago

    can you post podcasts on itunes? it is much easier to multitask this way. and good job

  • Max Bo
    Max Bo 4 years ago

    Highly informative, keep it up!

  • Raluca1998
    Raluca1998 4 years ago

    I was so happy to find your page, you are a talented teacher, I like your approach on explaining the alphabet (that's as far as I got today :) ). Looking forward to the following lessons. Thank you!

  • momo askar
    momo askar 4 years ago

    صباح الخير انسه مها او مدام سوري انا بتعلم اللغه الايطاليا من الدروس اللي حضرتيك منزلاها بس في مشكله واقفه قدامي ممكن حلها لو سمحتي

  • Teki Redfox
    Teki Redfox 4 years ago

    Thank you very much for helping me be able to communicate with people I need to be able to talk to, you have provided a great service to people, thank you so much!

  • Busy Beavers - Kids Learn ABCs 123s & More

    Such and awesome for learning Arabic Thank you!

  • Orhan Sokoli
    Orhan Sokoli 4 years ago

    Mashaa Allah, how beautiful she is! I fell in love...

  • raouf garoud
    raouf garoud 4 years ago

    شكرا لك سيدة ماها اريد فقط ان اسال ادا كنت مسلمة ؟

  • someonita simsimi
    someonita simsimi 4 years ago

    السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته ، أشكرك على هذه الدروس التعليمية اللتي تقدمينها على هذه القناة و لكنني أنصحك كذلك بالإلتزام بالحجاب الإسلامي لإنه يجب على المرأة المسلمة أن تلتزم به .

  • Sibi
    Sibi 4 years ago

    Hi Maha, I have sent you an e-mail regarding a cross cultural project that I am working on. Would be great if you could have a look at it and reply. Would be even more awesome if you could be a part of it :) Best wishes from India. Have a nice day, take care :)

  • mcfl116
    mcfl116 4 years ago

    I didn't think it was possible for someone to be so beautiful

  • Omar Hesham
    Omar Hesham 4 years ago

    It's great that you're representing the good side of us I hope they stop thinking that all the Arabs are terrorists and vulgars

  • Holland 227
    Holland 227 4 years ago

    salam alikom marhaba great videos very helpfull i am turkish but i love everything about arabs the culture music history and i wanted to learn to read and write arabic just these following things i couldnt exactly find the ones i need to read and write i hope i am not asking much of you but could you please send me all the youtube links of your channel which can learn me to read and write and what is fastest way to learn it for example how did you learn it fast in your way also do you know some good websites to learn lebanese arabic i love the accent its very beautifull as they say ahla kteer as i said please the youtube links of your channel to learn to read and write arabic. shokran kteer habibti ma salama

    • Talk Arabic For Free
      Talk Arabic For Free 4 years ago

      Hello Mourad, Also if you need to know something that is not mentioned in Maha's great videos, please let me know and i will create one for you :) ...

  • Dylan K
    Dylan K 5 years ago

    oh you're a language teacher, that explains a little how you can speak some many languages, Arabic look like the hardest to language to learn but your beginner videos make it very easy for someone like me, I just wanted to learn "thank you" than I was looking around to see how to say "hello" than I found your "yella yellla" video, i thought i would never learn the meaning of "yella yella".

  • Don Francis
    Don Francis 5 years ago

    Could you please upload some videos which focus on reading practice. Such videos will be helpful, as it will naturally teach grammar by-passing tedious grammar lessons.You just have to explain grammar rules which are already present in the text which you are reading. Also, it will be more feasible for you. Please consider my request. BTW, you are adorable and very helpful.

  • David Nelson
    David Nelson 5 years ago

    Dear Maha, I enjoy your videos very much and find them very useful. I am again starting up my Arabic lessons. However, the one problem is that it is virtually impossible to follow your videos sequentially. TVclip arranges them in its own fashion and that is not in the order in which you have prepared them. I was looking for the script lessons and they were all over the place. The same for some of the introductory lessons. Perhaps you could set up a separate website that will then link to your videos and this will also be in the proper order as you would like them to be. I think you will find that your viewers would very much find this to their liking and it will encourage us to continue with your Arabic lessons which are so helpful. Thank you very much Dr. David Nelson, Murfreesboro, TN, USA

  • Teacher Nichole Global

    Merhaba Maha, really enjoy your videos. Do you think you can put together a playlist for all the grammar inclusive videos so far? Especially conjugations! And btw, I think you work with my former colleague in Italy (Aidan). Small world :)

  • himzo kurtalic
    himzo kurtalic 5 years ago

    i like your smile wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

  • ally said
    ally said 5 years ago

    mashallah great videos like it.

  • stella theo
    stella theo 5 years ago

    salaaam Maha!! i wondered if you can tell us when will you upload the 5th video of ''Read & Write ANYTHING in Arabic in only 6 lessons!'' ?? cant wait for it! i have already learned a lot from your videos, you are a great teacher!!

    • Talk Arabic For Free
      Talk Arabic For Free 4 years ago

      let me know if you need a certain lesson :) I also make Arabic lessons on youtube, take a look www.yoututbe.com/TA4F

  • Mosab Qasem
    Mosab Qasem 5 years ago

    عفواً انسه واستاذه مهاء بس هذي الدروس التي تتعلق باللغة الايطاليه لم تنزل معي وهي 3 - 7 - 18 - 21 - 27 - 28 - 31 - 32 - 33 - 34 - 37 - 38 - 39 - 40 فهل من الممكن ان تعيدي رفعها من بعد اذنك مع خالص تحياتي ...

  • Tomislav Zlatanovic
    Tomislav Zlatanovic 5 years ago

    Hi Maha I just wanted to thank you for this great channel love the outings and I love all the Arabic things I learnt hear on your channel I impressed my wife by writing in Arabic and tomorrow I plan to make her some pita with hommos and chicken ya. Thanks Again Mar Salamu

  • Bath Salts
    Bath Salts 5 years ago

    The link to your Facebook in the "About" section doesn't work.

  • gowri shankar
    gowri shankar 5 years ago

    al-salamu alaykum...frd... u r amazing .. i have seen all videos in one day... such interesting.. i love learning arabiaa...ha ha

  • Marina Raffaele
    Marina Raffaele 5 years ago

    hi there maha!! i cant find the video about the past tense, it says it is not available anymore. could you put it online again please!! love your lessons!! well done!!

  • Sajad Anbaran
    Sajad Anbaran 5 years ago

    Hi Maha, Please make a video for shopping using arabic language. thank you.

  • Daniah Trabzuni
    Daniah Trabzuni 5 years ago

    Hi Maha, thanks a lot for all your hebrew lessons. but can i ask you to add more please.I watched your 16 videos many time until i know it by heart. it will be great if you can add new ones pleaseee..Thanks a lot. Daniah

  • boody daady
    boody daady 5 years ago

    poem Mahmoud Darwish Poem "I Come from There"

  • boody daady
    boody daady 5 years ago

    slaamualaikum maha why you did not ues lyrics for teaching it's good for any new language such as this kathem al saher this one it's good Kathem Al Saher - KOLA AAMIN WA ANTI HABIBATI (English Subtitle)

  • Ahmed Eltohamy
    Ahmed Eltohamy 5 years ago

    is there any video series about hebrew verbs in ( present , past and future tenses ) thanks for your effort ...

  • Janelle L
    Janelle L 5 years ago

    MAHA!!! Just wanted to say I loove your videos! In my head you are my friend, I have watched so many. I am in the process of learning arabic (formally) and your videos help me out sooo much. I'm a bit of a traveller and wish I could have found your other series when I was traveling around Italy (and europe) extensively for 2 months a couple of months ago. Keep up the great work, you really are a gem for putting this all together...it's a lot of work, but just want you to know all the way from San Francisco, California, it is much appreciated, Shukran!!

  • Morufu Bello
    Morufu Bello 5 years ago

    Hi Maha, It was very interesting that my dream will become true as I come across your video with Lucas please I will be glad if like you to accept me as one of your students and I will like to start with lucas lesson (Lucas should be a teacher by now) and you can advice me on this. I am struggling to send my first assignment across to you how could I do this I have taken the picture of it but I don't know where to send it to, kindly advice me !