Basics of the Arabic Language
Super Easy Way To Learn Arabic Language Basics – How To
What you’ll learn
- Speak Arabic with more confidence and clarity
- Use the target Arabic with precision
- Have deeper knowledge of Arabic and how it works
- know more about arab cultures
Update | Date:November 20th, 2021.
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The Arabic language is not easy to learn but, it depends on the way of learning.
In this course, you will learn a lot through a nice way of teaching and nice lecture slides design to help you start speaking Arabic with more confidence.
This course includes:
Background: Culture and History
Basics of the Arabic language.
Numbers (with a song).
Alphabet / Letters.
Most common greetings.
Most common conversations.
and a lot more.
Each section focuses on acarefully selected area of the courseso that you canmaster each areaand speak Arabic more accurately,
If you want to speak Arabic more clearly, if you want to understand more native-like,or if you simply want to experience the Arabic language and your knowledge about it, this course can help you achieve some steps of yourgoal oftakingyour Arabic to the next level.
What are the requirements?
A desire to expand your horizons about the Arab culture and history.
A desire to improve your Arabic through practice.
What am I going to get from this course?
Speak Arabic with more confidence and clarity.
Have a deeper knowledge of Arabic and how it works.
Confident to use the language in greetings, numbers, and common conversations.
Understand the areas of Arabic that must be mastered to become more fluent.
The tools to develop even more.
What is the target audience?
Take this course if you want to discover more about the Arab cultures, history, and background.
Take this course if you want to learn in all areas of Arabic: pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, speaking and listening.
Take this course if you want to take your Arabic to the next level.
Thank you (Shukran)for reading and see you in the course!.
Author(s): Mohammed Zaid