The Jordanian dialect is among the closest to Classical Arabic “fusha”, making it easier for the foreigner to learn the most correct Arabic language and deal with most of the well-educated instructors. Having this advantage in the Jordanian society makes it better for any foreigner to practice Arabic in Jordan than any other Arab country.
No need to mention the political stability and security, in addition to free moving everywhere and feeling you are in your second country.
Good and normal weather conditions all over the year during the four seasons.
In case your survival Arabic did not help you, English is a second language for many residents in Amman.
Jordan has a rich Arab, Islamic, and Romanian heritage, and the natural hospitality of the Jordanian people will be the source of many endearing memories.