Arabic language classes

What is the best way to learn Arabic?

Start at the beginning

Though it may seem obvious, it can be tempting to dive into the more difficult aspects of the language in the hope that bypassing the basics will help you learn at a faster pace. In reality, having an excellent foundation will allow you to pick up new concepts with ease. While you may want to do some initial exploring, it is also recommended that you choose one dialect and stick with it. Once you have perfected that one, you can easily begin to learn others.

Practice every day

Total immersion in a language is one of the best ways to achieve fluency in a short space of time. Scheduling regular Arabic language lessons with a private tutor makes learning the language part of your routine. Videos, podcasts and books are a great way to practice outside of your lessons. Being able to read the original version of the Arabian Nights would certainly be an achievement.

Travel abroad

Traveling abroad will allow you to put all that you have learnt into practice, whilst also exploring a new location. As you visit the Masjid al-Nabawi, the Temples of Baalbak and the red rocks of Petra, you can learn as you make new discoveries.  

Why should I learn Arabic?

Global relevance

Modern Arabic is the primary language in four major distinct regional dialects, including Maghreb (North Africa), Egyptian Arabic (spoken in Egypt and Sudan), Levantine Arabic (spoken in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Palestine), and Iraqi Arabic. In 1973, Arabic became the sixth official working language of the General ­Assembly of the United Nations and today is the official language of over 20 countries.  Economically, these countries have grown quickly in a short amount of time, and the Arab world has a combined GDP of $2.5 trillion.

Employment opportunities

Given it is spoken so widely, with 300 million native speakers, Arabic is an important language for business and commerce. Countries in the Arab speaking world have a combined GDP of $2.5 trillion. Consequently, being able to speak Arabic allows you to tap into this lucractive market and, in turn, demand a competitive salary and an important position.


Learning Arabic will help you learn more about Islam, the second largest religion in the world and the first largest religion in the Arab world. In conjunction with more insight into Islam, speaking Arabic (a language with ancient origins) will introduce you to the rich history, customs and traditions of the Arab world.

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