Online dictionaries are great - but there is a price you have to pay: your memory is not really trained. In this blog post I will show how the use of dictionaries can boost your Arabic.
Al-Khalil ibn ’Ahmad al-Farahidi (الْخَلِيل بن أَحْمَد الْفَراهِيدِي), a grammarian who was born in 718 (100 AH) in present-day Oman. But that was not his only achievement...
Google Translate is great - but unfortunately not for Arabic. There is a very good alternative: the extension called Arabic Dictionary.
Episode #8 of my series "9273 roots": 20 questions for the man who coded the best desktop-app for Lane's Arabic-English Lexicon: Graeme Andrews.
Episode #3 of my series "9273 roots": 20 questions for the man who created the best and most up-to-date online dictionary for Arabic dialects: Lughatuna (livingarabic): Hossam Abouzahr.