Prince Charles learns some Arabic

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Prince Charles visited the Al Nuzha Community Centre in Amman, Jordan where he spoke to young people and children about their learning.

Whilst there, the Prince of Wales learnt the Arabic for ‘swing’ and was impressed with a young boy’s English skills, remarking “my Arabic isn’t as good as his English!”. Report by Lucy Lewis.

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