Let's Learn Arabic Language

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Hossam MohasebArabic
December 13, 2016
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Whether you want to learn Arabic language for your studies or for your business in the Arab world, you will need to learn it fast and in easy way so you can meet your goals fast enough and if you took a previous course in it or just learn it by practice, you surely noticed that it’s not that easy to learn Arabic in short time because Arabic language is among the most difficult languages in the world to learn.

But rest assured that if you don’t have time to attend one of those learn Arabic online courses, there are always many ways, shortcuts and tricks to master most of it in short time so you can get a grasp of this beautiful language easily and without any stress. And here are some of these tips and tricks:

Read Arabic signs

If you are on a trip for one of Middle East countries, use your time in the transportation or on the roads to read street signs which usually have a translation in English on it besides the Arabic ones and you can find these signs everywhere in these countries. In that way, you can learn Arabic in your way for your next meeting.

Use Google Translator

One of the easiest, fastest ways to learn more Arabic vocabulary is to use Google translator. Just go to Google translate and write the word you want in English and choose translate to Arabic, then listen to the pronunciation. Now, to learn Arabic in this way, you have to make a list of the words you want to learn, then practice it with Google daily and after one month of practicing you will notice a great improvement in your Arabic language skills and vocabulary.

Goals and Practice

Now, if you want to learn Arabic in a fast way, you have to know first what your goals of learning are. Do you want to speak in Arabic first or do you need to learn how to write in Arabic before you speak this language. But whatever you decide, you have to make a plan, set a time schedule AND stick to it.

Now, after you set your goals, you have to practice what you decided to learn first. So, if you want to learn Arabic by listening, all you have to do is listening to some YouTube videos on any subject you want BUT in Arabic language and without English subtitles. You even can watch Arabic talk shows and movies.

But what if you want to learn Arabic by reading? Easy, all you have to do is downloading any free Arabic E-book in any subject you like and if you find some Arabic sentences difficult for you, simply go again for Google translator and see what you will get from it.

So, now you have some of the fastest ways to learn Arabic on your own and within your time limit. All you have to do now is start your schedule and STICK TO IT.
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Verbling: My name is Hossam Mohaseb. I live with my family in Giza, Egypt. My specialty is teaching non-native speakers Arabic. I graduated from Helwan University with a degree in Education, Arabic Department. I continued my studies there receiving a Special Diploma in teaching Arabic as a second language. Currently, I am pursuing a Masters of Arts degree in language instruction. I began teaching Arabic as a second language via on-line services in the US and Turkey. In Egypt, I also began an online Arabic and Quran Academy, Tabari Arabia. In addition, I have also worked teaching and developing curricula for the State Department of the United States in Cairo. Having an online format for teaching, I am able quickly to connect via Zoom to almost any area of the world. Using videos, news items, music, and short films, I am able to bring learning alive and keep it current and timely. I use a number of textbooks (on line) to tie learning into a cohesive and directed system of learning Arabic. My students enjoy the diversity and contemporary topics of discussion as we work together. You and I can develop a program suited for your personal needs. I would be happy to discuss your goals and my ability to meet them.
$14.00-15.00
USD/h
Flag Arabic
Egypt
25
Arabic
Native
,
English
C1
,
German
A1
Verbling: My name is Hossam Mohaseb. I live with my family in Giza, Egypt. My specialty is teaching non-native speakers Arabic. I graduated from Helwan University with a degree in Education, Arabic Department. I continued my studies there receiving a Special Diploma in teaching Arabic as a second language. Currently, I am pursuing a Masters of Arts degree in language instruction. I began teaching Arabic as a second language via on-line services in the US and Turkey. In Egypt, I also began an online Arabic and Quran Academy, Tabari Arabia. In addition, I have also worked teaching and developing curricula for the State Department of the United States in Cairo. Having an online format for teaching, I am able quickly to connect via Zoom to almost any area of the world. Using videos, news items, music, and short films, I am able to bring learning alive and keep it current and timely. I use a number of textbooks (on line) to tie learning into a cohesive and directed system of learning Arabic. My students enjoy the diversity and contemporary topics of discussion as we work together. You and I can develop a program suited for your personal needs. I would be happy to discuss your goals and my ability to meet them.

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