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Alison ,

What can I say , thanks is not enough for your great job on my page ,thank you .Yes learning English is hard , students in Jordan have problems in studying English although they began studying English in 1 grade ,practice is the whole issue , I mean the daily use of language ,let me tell you some thing i saw ,some thing strange about language ,I Jordan there is historical place called Petra near of this place lay ed a small village called Wadi Mossa, most of its citizen worked in Petra and dealing with toursts offer them horses and camels to ride , i heard kids of this village speaking and understand English as well as native speakers , even they speak Japanese , Italian .... ets . Arabic language from right to left that's true .... good you Reading a bout in wkkipedia , this is the power of wkki and Internet .

Warm Wishes


Nedal (talk)10:27, 15 April 2009

What an interesting story. Learning to speak the language young is the best. Second best is experiencing the language first-hand in a real environment. These children had both.

Thanks for the link to the internet site about the amazing sites in Petra. I see that this place is on the UNESCO new 7 wonders of the world. Maybe someday I'll have a chance to visit (and notice the many multi-lingual children nearby).



ASnieckus (talk)13:14, 15 April 2009


I hope someday you can vist Petra, It is amazing place , I visted many times it is about 3 hours by car from my city , There is many historical places in jordan like JARASH,UMMQYS and KARAK even my city has many historical places this link about the famest places in Jordan[1]



Nedal (talk)07:05, 19 April 2009