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Hayat
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5.0

9

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Hayat

Morocco

187 lessons

Teaches: Arabic

Speaks: Spanish, Arabic, French

Hello,
I am Hayat, I am 26 years old and I am a French language conversation assistant.
I have a master's degree in Hispanic Studies and...

£13 /h
Free 20 min. trial
Amin
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5.0

15

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Amin

Spain

138 lessons

Teaches: Arabic

Speaks: English, Arabic, French, Spanish

Marhaban! My name is Amine, I am a native Arabic speaker. I hold a Bachelor's in Arabic Language and Literature at the University of Abdel Malek Essaa...

£9 /h
Free 20 min. trial
Ahmed
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Ahmed

Egypt

New Tutor

Teaches: Arabic

Speaks: Arabic, English

Do you want to learn Arabic language? Are you planning to visit Middle East or Egypt? Is your goal to learn how to read Qur'an properly? Hello ther...

£11 /h
Free 20 min. trial
Iness
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Iness

United Arab Emirates

New Tutor

Teaches: Arabic

Speaks: Arabic, French, English

Hello everyone My name is Iness, I am from Tunisia and I live in the United Arab Emirates. I am here to teach you the Arabic language and the Tunisian...

£11 /h
Free 20 min. trial
Rehab
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5.0

14

Reviews

Rehab

Egypt

209 lessons

Teaches: Arabic

Speaks: Arabic, English, Catalan

Al-slamalikoum I am Rehab ,Preacher and Certificated Teacher ,Quran & Arabic tutor worked for 10 years in Teaching Quran ,Tajweed , Islamic studies ...

£9 /h
Free 20 min. trial
Ali A.
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Ali A.

Egypt

New Tutor

Teaches: Arabic

Speaks: Arabic, English, German, Catalan

I'm Ali. From Cairo. Egypt. I'm teaching the Arabic language to all levels and ages. I'm speaking Arabic language as my mother tongue, English, and Ge...

£8 /h
Free 20 min. trial
Marwa
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5.0

2

Reviews

Marwa

Egypt

20 lessons

Teaches: Arabic

Speaks: Arabic, English

Hello, I’m marwa .I’m from Egypt. I’m interested in Teaching Qur’an,Tajweed and Arabic language .I'm also interested in Islamic studies ,Psychology an...

£8 /h
Free 20 min. trial
Mahmoud N.
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5.0

1

Reviews

Mahmoud N.

Egypt

10 lessons

Teaches: Arabic

Speaks: Arabic, English

Are you looking to sound more natural when you speak Arabic?🤔 🎉+2000 classes 🏆 316+ Students 👏 Top Rated 503-feedbacks (5 stars) ✨ 📌I am Mahmoud,...

£11 /h
Free 20 min. trial
Nour
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Nour

Egypt

New Tutor

Teaches: Arabic

Speaks: Arabic, English

Hello everyone, My name is noureddine,I am from Syria and reside in Egypt, and Agricultural engineering graduate, I have more than three years of expe...

£7 /h
Free 20 min. trial
Ali
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Ali

Egypt

New Tutor

Teaches: Arabic

Speaks: Arabic, English

Hello, I am Ali Gaber, Arabic tutor with seven years of experience .Associate Professor at Al Azhar university. Author and published 4 books on Islami...

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Arabic online classes

How long does it take to learn Arabic?

How long it takes to learn a language depends on many aspects: The pace of each person. The number of hours you can dedicate to learning it. How committed you are to learning the language. The level you want to achieve. The expertise of your teacher. The complexity of the language (which in the case of Arabic, as we’ll dive deep into later, is high). The way you do it (Arabic online classes, free app training, going to language school, living abroad, etc.). One of the most effective ways to learn the language is by signing up for Arabic tuition online. That way, you’ll be able to learn at your own pace, and will have a private tutor to answer all your questions and doubts (more on this later). Of course, Arabic is a particularly complex language and it certainly takes longer than learning Spanish, English, or even German from the ground up. Want to learn why? Keep reading and find out.


Is Arabic very difficult to learn?

The difficulty or ease of learning languages depends on multiple factors such as the person, the number of languages already mastered, and the person's native language. That being said, the reality is that Arabic is a complex language for the following reasons: There are 30 modern varieties of Arabic: the Arabic spoken is a different type of Arabic across the existing Arabic-speaking regions and countries. And against all expectations, it can be extremely different from one region to another. The alphabet: as you may know, Arabic has a non-Latin alphabet. That makes it harder for people belonging to western culture to learn it. It’s written from right to left and there are no vowels in most words. Its pronunciation: added to the absence of vowels, the existence of sounds not present in other languages makes learning Arabic more challenging. The good news is that there are many things you can do to overcome the complexity of the language and learn it successfully. The first step is signing up for Arabic online classes.


Benefits of taking Arabic lessons online

Taking Arabic lessons online brings a number of advantages. As you learned above, Arabic is a complex language. But your reasons for learning it are stronger, so let’s see why taking Arabic online classes is the best way to learn the language. Flexibility: online classes have proved to be the most effective way to learn a language. The main reason is flexibility. You can take the lessons within your time availability and from wherever you want, as long as you have a mobile device with an internet connection. Personalisation: taking Arabic lessons online allows you a high level of personalisation. No more crowded classrooms where you have to keep up with a general learning rhythm. With online classes, you get to learn at your own pace. More dynamic: online classes take place in a virtual classroom where you can access multiple audiovisual resources. Also, you learn the natural way: by speaking and listening. That’s the most effective way to learn a language.


Things to keep in mind when taking Arabic online classes

Ok, so you signed up for a pack of classes, and now what? It’s not enough to buy some lessons and then show up on time. There’s much more to effectively learning a new language, especially such a complex language as Arabic. Choose among the Arabic online tutors: for good Arabic tuition, you need to choose the best online Arabic tutor for you. You’ll find many options that may make you feel a little lost. The first step is to choose the right online tutor. You can do that by sorting among the available options by your favorite filters, such as rate per hour, availability, and other aspects you’ll find relevant according to your learning goals (taking an exam, living and working abroad, tourism, cultural reasons, etc.). Show up on time: the main benefit of virtual classes is that you can take them from the comfort of your home. There’s no excuse! Show up on time and leverage every second of your class. Be consistent: when facing a challenge, a lack of constancy is a permanent temptation. Make a commitment to your learning goals and it’ll pay off. Find the right place to take your lessons: although the Arabic online classes take place in a virtual classroom, it’s crucial that you’re in a quiet space to make sure there are no interruptions and you can fully focus on your class. Arabic tuition online: how does it work? By signing up for Arabic tuition online you get to have one-on-one virtual classes with a private tutor, at your own time availability. That way, you’ll be able to learn faster than if you had to attend a face-to-face class full of other students, each and every one with their own learning dynamics. One of the most frequent questions is whether to choose among native or bilingual Arabic online tutors. Well, there’s no universal answer for that. Which Arabic tuition online you choose will rely on many factors. For example, if you want to live abroad and work in an Arabic-speaking country, then maybe a bilingual teacher will do, since they may have had the experience of living there as foreigners. On the other hand, if you want to perfect your pronunciation and become a native speaker, then maybe a native Arabic teacher could be the best option.