I've had this blog for three years, and this is my first attempt to post in Arabic.
I have Arabic on my keyboard. I just have to get used to it.
اهلا و سهلا في موقتي
(that took me 1 minute and 30 seconds to type)
ana ismi morgan, u ana sakan fi san francisco. fi tafulati, sakanat fi yaban u al-hind kaman.
darasat allugha arabia wahad sana, fi jamiati, u fi brnamej fi amman.
sakanat fi falasteen thaman shahur, fi qaria zaghira. talamet arabia amiya hunak. haket arabia fellahia.
ana biddi ahki arabia quais. andi mushakil ma astaqdam al waqat l'udrus kul yom, u biddi amares al muahadatha.
ana mabsuta ktir ashan andi al fursa l'udrus hada soif fi brnamej mnih.
kul al-tulab sakanu fil jamiya, u bnaghdaresh nahki wala kalam bil ingleezi fil kul shaharain.
bas andi aher mushkila. al brnamej ghali ktir, u khalastu al-scholarship-at.
kul yom biddu mia u thamanin dolar, u fi sitta u khamzin eyam fil brnamej.
Kul usbua fil brnamej, sa'amel video ashan yimkanu yshufu taqadami.
Welcome to my website.
My name is Morgan, and I live in San Francisco. In my childhood, I lived in Japan and India too.
I studied the Arabic language for one year, in my university, and in a program in Amman.
I lived in Palestine for eight months, in a small village. I learned colloquial Arabic there. I spoke village Arabic.
I want to speak Arabic well. I have problems with using the time to study every day, and I want to practice conversation.
All the students live in the university, and we can't speak a word of English for the whole two months.
But I have another problem. The program is very expensive, and the scholarships are finished.
Every day costs $182, and there are 56 days in the program.
I want to find people to support my studies.
Every week in the program, I will make a video so you can see my progress.