Introduction to the Arabic course

This Arabic language course is the fastest way to learn Arabic with our free Arabic online lessons. Whether you’re starting from scratch with Arabic letters, learning basic Arabic words for beginners, or phrases to discuss more advanced topics. This course is for fresh Arabic language learners who are ambitious to learn or write Arabic.

The goal of this course is to familiarize Non-Native Speakers with Arabic using easy and straightforward methods. We are trying to help the foreign reader/learner to understand this not easy to be learnt language by addressing its main points and wonderful potential as we progress through the course.

It is important to note that Arabic differs from one country to another across the Middle East and North Africa. To be more specific, each country has it's own dialect and some of the words and phrases will be different depending on the country.

Tips to learn Arabic Quickly?

Arabic has a set of rules that you have to master to be able to speak it like a native speaker. Mastering the language might be a long process to some. Practice the philosophy of continuous improvement. Get better every single day. The first step is to learn the Arabic Alphabet. Learning the Arabic Script will help you identify places and things names. Try to learn some Arabic at home on your own to build your confidence. You can later moving on to more advanced courses. Check out these tips to help you start learning Arabic:

  1. Study the Alphabet and Pronunciation

    Use an Arabic alphabet chart to learn the Arabic letters. You can use the basic chart here. Spend 20 minutes each day on a letter to master the Arabic alphabet. Try to listen to the alphabet as spoken by native speakers. This is essential to get the sounds of the letters right. Watch basic videos on YouTube that teach the Arabic alphabet. There are plenty of resources on the internet that can help.

  2. Use Online Resources

    Plenty of online resources can help you speed up your learning process. You can purchase these resources for a low price. Please note many resources and courses are free of charge. These free resources will give you a jump start on learning the language.

    Use language-learning mobile applications to help you reinforce your learning. They will help you enhance your knowledge. Some popular mobile applications include Duolingo and Tinycards.

  3. Get Yourself Familiar with the Language

    Immerse yourself in the language by listening to Arabic music. This will help you learn new words and phrases. Consider watching movies and television shows in Arabic. This will allow you to further listen to natural Arabic. Take advantage of subtitles to correlate and learn new words and phrases. Pick up a children's book in Arabic and read it. This is an effective way to start reading and learning Arabic. To practice you Arabic writing, try copying the sentences from the stories. To immerse yourself in the language, try to travel to an Arabic country.