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Rocket Languages' well-rounded approach to learning Arabic includes nearly 130 hours of lesson time in its Premium Level 1 Arabic program, taking students from beginner to intermediate level fluency in the language. Rocket Languages' lessons are ideal for students with little to no experience with Arabic, demonstrated by Rocket's reviews from successful students and an excellent customer satisfaction guarantee.

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Transparent Language provides Arabic lessons in two main ways: an audio course, downloaded as MP3 files, and an online subscription. Both programs are geared towards adults, and the online program allows you to choose among courses in Modern Standard Arabic, Iraqi Arabic, or Levantine Arabic. If you like flexibility in your approach to lesson order and don't need mastery requirements to keep you focused, you may enjoy Transparent Language's Arabic lessons.

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Rosetta Stone may be the first name that comes to mind when deciding how to learn a new language. Their Arabic lessons can be accessed with a two-year online subscription, CD-ROM, or download. Rosetta Stone's does not include Arabic in their free 3-day trial, but with a 30-day money-back guarantee you can give your format of choice a risk-free trial run.

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Innovative Language's ArabicPod101 uses a variety of approaches - audio, video, written - to teach Arabic and includes a good selection of lessons that teach different dialects as spoken in various parts of the world. The user interface can be somewhat overwhelming, and the sales tactics might feel pushy to some customers. We recommend trying the 7-day free trial before committing to a paid membership.

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Living Language puts technology to good use - tablets, MP3 players, and so on - to put Arabic language lessons at your disposal wherever you are. They also offer print and audio components for students who take a more classic approach to learning a language, and their Arabic Platinum package includes everything Living Language has to offer at a great price. Be aware that there is no return policy or satisfaction guarantee, however, before you make your purchase.

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If you have some experience with Arabic already and are ready to make your listening/speaking ability much closer to native, take a look at what Talk in Arabic has to offer. Their program focuses on hearing (and imitating) common phrases, slang, and accents used in Egypt, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, and other locations. However, because they do not offer a structured language program, beginning students will likely find their program too difficult to use.

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If you find that you learn most effortlessly by hearing, Pimsleur is worth your consideration. Well known for delivering language instruction through audio lessons, Pimsleur teaches Modern Standard Arabic using a series of conversations and explanations. But, with prices that are much higher than other programs that also incorporate audio lessons, Pimsleur's Arabic lessons may be out of reach for many students.

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Strokes International's Arabic lessons include the topics of the A1, A2, and B2 Standards of the European Framework for Languages. We noticed a number of errors on the website, nearly zero positive reviews from previous customers, and no return policy. Because of this and the fact that this CD-ROM based program was sold out at the time of our review Strokes International's Arabic 100 for Beginners is our lowest-rated program.

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Arabic Lessons

As we move towards a genuinely global society, the ability to speak a language other than English can increase your chances in the employment marketplace as well as allow you to better understand people you encounter on a daily basis. If you are one of the nation's students or adults who choose to learn Arabic as your second language, you'll find yourself in very high demand for positions in education, state and federal governments, social work, and much more.

With more than 300 million native speakers, Arabic can be heard in more than 20 countries. Whether your plans include travel to Arabic-speaking nations or doing business with native speakers in the U.S., modern technology will enable you to study the language according to your own schedule and even on-the-go, as most providers of Arabic lessons have easy-to-use mobile apps and audio files that can be used at your convenience.

As you decide which program will best help you advance your fluency in Arabic, keep in mind what your preferred learning style is. For example, if you find that you remember what you hear, select a program that delivers your Arabic lessons primarily in an audio format, such as MP3 or CD-based lessons that you can listen to while you drive, commute, or relax at home. On the other hand, if you need to see your lessons to learn best, you'll want to make sure your instruction program of choice gives you ample opportunities to read, watch, and see the lessons you're studying.

One critical consideration as you compare Arabic lesson programs is the written component. Will you need to be able to read and write in Arabic as well as understand and speak it If so, it is important that your Arabic lessons include detailed instructions for how to understand the written Arabic language, as it is very different from the Roman alphabet you already know. For instance, Arabic is written from right to left in a cursive style and contains 29 letters; however, there are different letter variations depending on where the language is being used, and the best Arabic language programs will help you recognize the difference.

There are three key factors to consider as you choose the Arabic lessons that will be the best match for your learning style and goals. These include:

  • Instructional Methods. If the program you're evaluating offers a free trial, give it a test run. Do you feel interested and inspired or confused and frustrated Is the overall structure of the lessons (such as auditory, visual, heavy on text, and so on) a good fit for your preferred learning style
  • Skill Level. Do you need to have any experience with Arabic to use the program As you progress in your fluency, will you need to purchase further software/subscriptions/access Will the program take you beyond a beginning level of fluency when you're ready for more advanced lessons
  • Value. Does the program have a solid track record of success with current and previous students Will you gain enough fluency in Arabic to make the purchase price or subscription costs with the investment has reviewed and ranked the best Arabic lessons available today. We hope these reviews help you find the right Arabic lessons to quickly learn this language right away!

Arabic Lessons In The News

Expats can now learn Arabic free of cost in Dubai

(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) The Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation (MBRF) will provide free workshops to teach Arabic to foreigners as part of their Bil Arabi Initiative, it was announced on Wednesday. The foundation will organise Arabic language ...

Published:  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 12:39:00 GMT

Why Brexit means Brits should learn Arabic

LONDON: While many teenagers at UK schools are typically learning how to conjugate French verbs or practicing how to order a cheese sandwich in Spanish, young people in a Northern Irish grammar school are busy perfecting their Arabic calligraphy skills.

Published:  Sun, 03 Dec 2017 00:00:00 GMT

Arabic is now a must-learn language in China

When Luo Zi Wei was deciding what language to study, Spanish was the most popular language course at her university and Arabic the least popular. But the week before she made her decision the Arabic lecturer gave a passionate speech listing the benefits of ...

Published:  Thu, 07 Dec 2017 11:06:00 GMT

Duolingo will launch a long-awaited Arabic course next year

Arabic will have its own set of difficulties, with a script that runs right-to-left and is unfamiliar to most native English speakers. It also adds to Duolingo's list another of the hardest languages for English speakers to learn. Arabic presents another ...

Published:  Thu, 30 Nov 2017 00:00:00 GMT

The easiest (and hardest) languages to learn according to the U.S. Foreign Service

Hardest of all are Arabic, Chinese, Japanese and Korean which would take good students 88 weeks or 2,200 class hours to learn. Here's FSI's full list languages from easiest to hardest.:

Published:  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 20:20:00 GMT

9 Arabic Words To Use Next Time You Visit Dubai

While English, Urdu, Hindi and Malayalam are widely spoken in the UAE, it's always good to learn some Arabic words, given the country's vast Arab population. UAE citizens have their own collection of words that have evolved to be different from the ...

Published:  Tue, 05 Dec 2017 16:00:00 GMT

Schoolhouse Doc "Miss Kiet's Children" Is a Heartening Reminder of How Much One Person Can Do in the Global Refugee Crisis

The lesson sinks in, though Haya ... He puts his head down, fusses with his pencil, and makes melodramatic proclamations in Arabic that get the kids near him giggling: "Take me to intensive care!" and "My brain is short-circuiting!"

Published:  Tue, 12 Dec 2017 11:48:00 GMT

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