Arabic Reading and Writing course

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Arabic Reading and writing course are crucial to understanding Arabic, especially in schools and for educational purposes. So, This course acts as an introduction or a gate to learning basic Arabic and qualifies students to learn other more advanced courses.

So, it teaches the student the Arabic alphabet harakat movements, and Arabic sounds.

The course is suitable for either kids- 4 years and above- or adults.  At the end of the course students will be able to read Arabic clearly and accurately, and speak and understand a new language. 

The approach of the Basic Arabic Reading and Writing course

Arabic Reading and Writing course structure, The curriculum used in this course is the road of Arabic – for teaching Arabic for nonnatives- and Nour Elbayan among other works. Also, we add educational games to create an interactive environment that incorporates Arabic reading practice worksheets for students to master writing and reading in Arabic and learn with fun. 

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Frequently asked questions about this course

The fastest way to learn Arabic, or any new language, is to immerse yourself in the language and its culture. Speaking with native speakers is an initial step in learning the language and then acquiring vocabulary. It is what distinguishes our institution that the teachers are native speakers of the Arabic language course and are fully aware and qualified in how to teach reading and writing to non-Arabic speakers. Some people might travel to Arab countries, and they need to learn to speak and understand a new language.

Others prefer chatting with Arab people online, while many love to watch Arabic music or read Arabic stories. So, learn to read and write Arabic.

There is no shortcut, of course, but the more you’re exposed to the Arabic language, the faster you’ll get to learn it, and then Arabic reading and writing will be easy for you.

Again, there is nothing hard or easy. It’s all about how many times you practice reading and writing. Practicing or continuity is the first secret to the success of any new skill, especially language. However, being with a native, fluent teacher who can monitor your progress and give you advice will ease the learning process for you, and you’ll notice you’re performing well with a lot of practice and time.

We won’t disappoint you, but you’ve got to dedicate an average year to reach a modest level of Arabic reading and writing. Make learning Arabic a hobby that you love and spend as much time as possible on it.

Make sure to make the learning process enjoyable, which means enjoy your time while you are learning.

Do not rush; learning requires patience, so do not panic. Sometimes you learn quickly, and sometimes you face some difficulties.

‘Motivate yourself to continue and not stand in the middle of the road and constantly renew your intention whenever you encounter learning difficulties until you reach your desired goal.

However, you can get familiar with it and even write short basic paragraphs after only three months if you dedicate about 1-3 hours a day to practicing those skills.

We can tell you frankly, it’s just a continuous process of reading, extracting new words in Arabic, learning their meaning, and then reentering them in a new sentence that aligns with their meaning.

For example, let’s say you read the word حديقة in a book you read and you don’t know what it means. So, search for it in an Arabic dictionary. After knowing it, put it in a new sentence.

For example, you can write, الحديقة جميلة which means the garden is wonderful. The more you practice this way, the more it pays off.

The Arabic system is called abjad ابجد wherein the consonant letters are written and the vowels are sounds (not letters) that control how the consonants are pronounced. For example, the letter بbe pronounced like بِ or بُ or بَ.

The alphabet is the basic letters that make up the language. They are the foundation of the language and the pillar upon which any language is built. The Arabic language includes twenty-eight letters, each of which consists of eight words which are, as follows: أبجد، هوز، حطي، كلمن، سعفص، قرشت، ثخذ، ضظغ.

By the completion of this course and continue grammar reading and listening to writing letters of the Arabic alphabet, Beside course focuses on continued practice. If you want to be a good reader, you should write every day. Remember, practice makes perfect.

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