Attention! If you can read the following words (alif-ba-ta, ba-ta-tha, ta-tha-jim, tha-jim-ha) you’re off to a good start when it comes to learning the Arabic language. Reading may come very simple on your part, but what if you’re tasked to write Arabic texts or take part in a one on one conversation with a native speaker? Do you think you can still keep up? If you answer yes, congratulations! But if you say no, read on.
- Traditional Techniques To learn Arabic, the most conventional way is through real interaction and communication with Arab people. According to studies, people attempting to learn Arabic language or any other kinds of foreign language for that matter have a high success rate of effectively learning the language through listening, practising and interacting with individuals who are adept and skilled in Arabic language usage.
- Accelerated Arabic Language Courses – If you often find yourself travelling to Middle East countries or you have family in countries like Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia amongst others, you can learn Arabic argots and idiolect’s through courses offered either online or in-campus. Since Arabic is regarded as the 5th most frequently used language in the world, widening your spheres, understanding and usage of the language through these programs and classes is of profound assistance.
- Arabic Training Tools and Aids – Those who can’t afford to pay for crash courses and Arabic sessions have the option of a large number of visual, written and audio software and ebooks which are available online and a fraction of the cost of most training courses. A word of warning though you do need to ensure you get one of the better ebooks or online training solutions as there is a lot of trash out there.