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Arabic is an old language. It is believed to have originated in the Arabian Peninsula. Arabic, which first
emerged in the northwest of the Arabian Peninsula, is a member of the Semitic family of languages which also
includes Hebrew and Aramaic. Whilst very early manifestations of Arabic date back as far as the 8th century BCE,
the language has been defined and refined over a considerable period of time. Arabic is at least 1,500 years old.
Classical Arabic originated in the sixth century, but earlier versions of the language existed, including the
Safaitic dialect, an old Arabic dialect used by the pre-Islamic nomadic inhabitants of the Syro-Arabian desert.
Some of its inscriptions date back to the first century. Proto-Arabs are presumed to have originated from what
is now modern-day Hejaz and Najd in Saudi Arabia.
Importance of Arabic Fluency
Arabic is widely taught in schools and universities around the world by traditional methods and is used to varying
degrees in workplaces, governments, and the media. Arabic, in its standard form, is the official language of 26
states, as well as the liturgical language of the religion of Islam, since the Quran and the Hadiths were written
in Arabic. Arabic has influenced many other languages around the globe throughout its history, especially
languages of Muslim cultures and countries that were conquered by Muslims. Some of the most influenced languages
are Persian, Turkish, and Hindi.
Methods to Speak Arabic Fluently
Arabic language skills are taught by two methods: academic traditional and untraditional unofficial.
- Teaching grammar and phrases.
- Vocabulary building.
- Testing learning progress at every level and advancing the learner to the next level.
In the untraditional method, learners are immersed in various activities to improve their Arabic fluency:
- Listening to dramas.
- Listening to old songs.
- Listening to sports broadcasts.
- Listening to cartoon video clips.
During these activities, learners are encouraged to repeat words and phrases in Arabic.
Combining Both Methods
In this course, we strive to combine both traditional and untraditional methods to encourage our students to
benefit from both of them. The aim is to listen carefully and speak correctly. As the saying goes, “Tell me and
I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”
Basic Arabic Language Sciences
As part of this course, we cover the following topics:
- Nahu (Arabic grammar)
- Sarf (words formation and constructions)
- Imlaa (writing rules)
- Arabic proverbs
- Arabic conversations
Time Investment for Fluency
If you want to become fluent in Arabic, it is essential to fix a dedicated time for learning every day. We
recommend investing at least one hour per day for six months. With consistent effort, you will see significant
Arabic fluency opens up a world of opportunities. It allows you to communicate effectively in various settings, be
it personal, professional, or cultural. Enroll in our Arabic fluency course on Udemy today, and take advantage of
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