At the same time you can learn other things that while not directly Arabic, still involve the language. I studied Arabic calligraphy and Islamic illumination in Cairo for years. You’re concentrating on making the letters but the teacher’s words as he describes the shapes and techniques and tells tales of the great masters wash over you and seep in subconsciously.

Anthony CalderBank, UK

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