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Proposal: Arabic Language

I mean is it also intended for non-Arabic speakers who are interested in or studying Arabic? Or just for experts? Do we need to propose a different site for Arabic learners who don't speak Arabic?

  • It would be great if the site were to cater for all levels of expertise and not just one. However, there are two sites for English: for usage of and for those still learning. – Adam Elsodaney Apr 19 '15 at 15:14
  • Yes. That's why I'm asking. Although English has too much more audience than Arabic (on this site I mean), so I don't know if this site wants to gather all Arabic enthusiasts in one place, or divide it like English? – Sara Elkilany Apr 20 '15 at 15:38
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This has been discussed at length in the other answers:

The general idea is نعم

The conclusion to other discussions not only on discussion threads but also in chat was that there are still too few of us to make two sites like EL (English Language) and ELL (English Language Learners).

The discussions there are not set in stone so feel more than free to add to them, there are a lot of gaps in what was decided mainly because it is hard to say without the site being there in front of us.

Students, native speakers and professors alike are welcome in this community. As for organisation and prevent of all hell breaking loose...it's still in discussion.

For reference here are some side discussions related to the ones referenced above for further reading and comprehension of the entire topic your question is about:

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