Teaching the Lebanese Language
There are many sites, apps and people out there that claim they can teach you the Lebanese language, but one big question remains: Why are they all unsuccessful? The maximum they can do is help you memorize some words and phrases that are useful in daily conversation.
The reason in my opinion is because they simply do not have a proper methodology and the proper tools to do so. You cannot teach someone a language using numbers in a word to represent letters for example. That is simply counter productive. Additionally, how many out there know the proper inner workings of the spoken language. In all honesty, there are fewer than you can count on the fingers of one hand.
Let me put it this way:
How many primary verb forms are there in the Lebanese language?
If you can first understand this question, then you have some knowledge of the Lebanese language. If you can answer it, then you have some understanding of the inner workings of the language.
The reason that this teaching program is successful, is because it does not only rely on the author of this program simply being a native speaker, which of course I am, but also because years of research has gone into understanding the inner workings of the spoken Lebanese language and then years into creating a teaching method that capitalizes on this research.
In my opinion, there is no other way to go around it. You must have a thorough knowledge of what you are doing, or else, it is just a waste of time.