商務阿拉伯語 - 阿拉伯語家教和老師
Arabic is not difficult. Whatever your mother tongue is, there will be similarities to Arabic because language is the tool that humankind utilizes to communicate with one another. We all came from the same origin. We all use the same tool to communicate (i.e., language). Accordingly, although we use different languages, our languages – as well as we – came from the same origin. Therefore, our tongues are similar in at least one feature, even if we are not able to notice that. I'm a12+ year professional Arabic language teacher; Multi-Lingual; Professional work ethic; Patient; Enjoys interacting with people from other countries; Genuine interest in different cultures.
Assalamu Alaikum .My name is Samar Musa, I am professional Arabic teacher & Quraan teacher from Egypt for Non-Native Speakers. I have been teaching Arabic for six years. I speak also English ,Spanish & Portuguese. I have worked Freelance translator from Arabic into Spanish , English & Portuguese and Vice Versa .I was working as Arabic teacher & Quraan teacher for non-native speakers in a private Academy in Cairo .I teach Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (all levels) to different ages with using a lot of effective materials . I have passion for languages and I am my happiest when I am interacting with students and helping them to become fluent Arabic speakers. I offer feedback to motivate and encourage students to participate. I make sure lessons are informative as well as fun.. Hope see you soon :)
Hello! (مرحبا) my name is Faten, I am From Syria, live in Egypt. I am a native Arabic teacher with more than eight years of experience in teaching languages. I hold a BA in English language and literature from the University of Aleppo, Syria, I taught English as a second language for five years, and now I teach Arabic for non-native speakers, I can teach both Arabic (Levantine), and Arabic (Modern Standard), I have a career certificate for teaching Arabic for non-native speakers from the American University in Cairo. with Modern Standard, I based on many different books and resources, while with Arabic (Levantine), I compose my own materials.
Building on the experience of nearly twenty years in the teaching of Arabic-speaking them, and ten years in teaching Arabic as a second language to non-native speakers of American, European and Asian nationalities using the latest teaching methods communicative, and through my love for my work and dedication to the success of the educational process I during this the period of my work I aim to achieve the following: - I aim ensure the success of the educational process in the spirit of one team. - I aim to that learner likes Arabic. - Be proficient learner different linguistic skills in Arabic writing, reading and listening and speaking, as well as mastery of the rules by practicing the language. - The learner to be able to communicate with the Arabs in an easy way. - That the learner to various customs and traditions of Arab culture recognize .... - The learner to be able to understand what they hear from the Arabs, or Arab media in Arabic. - Be proficient learner different writin...
SALAAM! What could be better than PEACE to start this teacher-student relationship with, huh? =) My name is Reem, I'm 27 years old, and I'm currently living in Istanbul chasing fluency in Turkish language. Teaching Arabic isn't just a profession I do to earn my keep. It's something I enjoy. I was born to a Tunisian father and a Moroccan mother, and that Tunisian-Moroccan-French "cocktail" we speak at home never ceased to amaze me as a kid. I grew up with a thirst for languages, and I was quite taken by how diverse the Arabic language is, so I chose it as my major in university. Dictionaries, Fus'ha, dialects, diglossia, classical Arabic, etymology, loanwords, historical linguistics: that's where I enjoy the most. And the more I learn about Arabic, the better I become as a teacher. And I have to say, the second best way to become a good teacher is questions asked by Arabic learners! They are VERY inspiring. Et voilà, I had my Bachelor degree in Arabic language, then did my maste...