Learn Arabic for Free

LingoLearn.com Staff

Many of those who want to improve their Arabic or start learning it usually consider the Internet as an option worth checking. Indeed, the Internet is huge pool of information for Learning Arabic for free.

So what are the recommended ways to learn Arabic for free?

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Naturally, the first option is studying with a teacher. Arabic is a challenging language, we recommend studying Arabic with a teacher, as part of a group or individually. For more information on how to study Arabic with a teacher, please click here.

However, some of do not have the financial resources to pay for studying Arabic, and want to Learn Arabic for free.

To Learn Arabic for free without doubt is quite a challenge, but dedication and putting a real effort can bring you to wonderful results and the Internet is full of resources for those who wish to study Arabic free online.

First and foremost, the Internet contains a lot of reading material, which makes learning Literary Arabic more suitable for the Internet. There are many sources for learning Literary Arabic, but the first thing you should do before embarking on the study process is to learn the alphabet.

In addition, it’s possible to learn Arabic for free. This is a bit more tricky, as Spoken Arabic isn’t written anywhere (at Lingolearn, we teach spoken Arabic using transcriptions for this very reason), and thus we recommend on searching for video clips with dialogs in Spoken Arabic.

You can find examples of such clips in the following link to the homepage of “Lingolearn Study Arabic” and under the Lingolearn Youtube Channel link. In addition, there are many other websites to learn Arabic online free and a simple search on Google will help you locate many free resources in order to study Arabic free online.

For advanced learning, we recommend reading newspapers on the Internet.

We hope this explanation about ways to learn Arabic online free helped you.

Would you like to improve your level of Arabic with a private teacher who’s a native speaker? At Lingolearn, we offer a free trial lesson with no commitment, with an Arabic teacher in an advanced virtual classroom!

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LingoLearn is an online Arabic school that offers beginners level Arabic courses, as well as intermediate and advanced level courses. Learn Arabic with our experienced teachers and excellent learning materials, in a state of the art virtual classroom!

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