„I must quickly learn to count in Jordanian Arabic.“
The numbers are always important to learn in a new language.
This will help you to pay in restaurants.
How do you say „What is your name?“ in Jordanian Arabic?|
How do you ask in Jordanian Arabic “Where do you come from?”.
That will certainly interest your new friends in Jordan!
You want to drive in Jordan?|
To help you if you need to visit the petrol station, we have prepared a collection of the most important words related to motoring.
How do I get to the station?|
Excuse me, where is the next post office?
In the Travel Course you will learn how to ask the way to all the most important destinations.
How do you say in Jordanian Arabic: “The menu, please?“|
What is “Cheers!” in Jordanian Arabic?
Naturally you will want to eat out in order to try the local specialities in Jordan.
In order to facilitate ordering in restaurants, we have developed a lesson only devoted to “food”.
„How can I book accommodation in Jordanian Arabic”?|
We would like a double room.
And a cot as well.
And if possible, with breakfast the next morning.
You will learn about these themes as well.
We have also prepared a useful list of phrases for emergency situations.|
You will learn important phrases for dealing with emergencies.
I have stomach trouble.|
I have a head ache.
You need medical assistance in Jordan?
The Travel Course will teach you how to communicate with the doctor or the pharmacist.
How do you say „Yes“ and „No“ in Jordanian Arabic?|
What is “please” and “thank you” in Jordanian Arabic?
Everyone should be able to say that in any language.
The first step is always the most difficult, namely approaching people.|
Therefore the most important things first:
You will learn how to say “Hello” in Jordanian Arabic.
We will show you how to say “Bye” in Jordanian Arabic.
Can you read these signs in Jordanian Arabic?|
Where is the emergency exit?
Behind which door are the ladies toilets?
Where is parking forbidden?
We have prepared a list of the most important signs that you should be able to read.
|And much more!|