E-LEARNING OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE: A SOLUTION TO NEGLECTING OF ARABIC LANGUAGE BY MIGRANT WORKERS

Authors

  • Muhammad Al Gammal, Najeem Adewale Sharaf, Adel Abdel Fadeel Eid bleek

Abstract

There is no any developed or a developing country in the East or West of the world except it gives
priority to its own tongue and work hard to promote it locally and internationally, most especially at the
time that many studies conducted show that that the world loses averagely one language every six
weeks. Countries in the east and west usually require a good command of their language and culture
before granting a work permit or starting work in such countries, while Arab nations seem careless
about promotion of their own tongue; they recruit foreign employees without obliging them to learn
Arabic nor expose them to the Arab culture. This study aims to address the issue of neglecting of Arabic
language by migrant workers it’s the impact on language itself and Arab culture, and to look at whose
responsibility is teaching Arabic language to migrant workers.

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Published

2020-12-03

How to Cite

Muhammad Al Gammal, Najeem Adewale Sharaf, Adel Abdel Fadeel Eid bleek. (2020). E-LEARNING OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE: A SOLUTION TO NEGLECTING OF ARABIC LANGUAGE BY MIGRANT WORKERS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 9081 - 9089. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2377