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Arabic for non-Arabic Speakers
About this courseSkip About this course
This course aims to help you learn the basics of the Arabic language required for a simple conversation without needing to study Arabic grammar first. The well-designed, semi-genuine video conversations, practice worksheets, and hands-on exercises accommodate your different learning levels and styles. This design objective is to cover the four communicative skills required to learn a foreign language—reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
You will also learn numerous words and become familiar with the a-b-c’s of Arab culture, as well as the best ways to approach Arabic speakers. You will be introduced to some types of non-verbal communication that are popular in the Arab region, which you are expected to know.
Since this course is a doorway to the Arabic language, we will teach you the shapes and sounds of the Arabic letters as well. Arabic is a member of the Semitic language family. This means that the directionality of Arabic script is right to left, in addition to a number of other characteristics that you will discover during your learning journey in this course.
Several professionals including linguists, educators, and e-learning platform developers collaborated to put this course together. The goal is to apply the best scientific and pedagogical methods proven to help non-Arabic speakers learn Arabic.
This course will undoubtedly be an enjoyable journey if you have a passion for knowledge and exotic adventures in the Arab world with all its diverse cultures.
At a glance
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
1. Learn how to greet others, introduce yourself, ask for information, talk about family and family members, and talk about your daily life.
2. Learn numerous words and become familiar with the a-b-c’s of Arab culture, as well as learn the best ways to approach Arabic speakers.
3. Recognise all the letter families the Arabic alphabet consists of.