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Resources and Online Arabic Classes

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Unique Ways to Learn Arabic Language Skills

There are some amazing resource out there so you can learn Arabic online, free!

In fact, there are so many Arabic course online, it can be difficult to know where to start. How do you know which of the Arabic resources are right for you?

That’s where this article comes in. I’ve explored countless free Arabic learning tools to find the very best.

Let’s take a look at these free Arabic language resources and classes.

Unique Ways to Learn Arabic Language Skills

Free Online Audio & Podcasts to Help You Learn Arabic

Audio is a great way to learn Arabic. You can take it with you wherever you go — on your commute, when you’re running out to the corner shop, or to listen to while you do chores around the house.

In this list, I’ve opted for Arabic podcasts and audio that provide a step-by-step Arabic class, or that teach Arabic as it’s spoken in the real world.

Here’s where to start with Arabic language audio:

  • Language Transfer is a popular Arabic language course that’s designed for intensive learning. It’s similar to the Michel Thomas method.
  • TuneIn: You can listen to radio from many Arabic speaking countries on TuneIn. Test out a few stations based on the dialect you’d like to learn, see what catches your attention.
  • Forvo is a great place to listen to Arabic words spoken by a native speaker. It has a large database and is a good reference for pronunciation.
  • LanguageGuide.org is a well-curated collection of Arabic vocabulary with audio accompaniment.

Free Online Arabic Courses and Systems

When you’re just starting out with Arabic, it can be helpful to follow a structured Arabic course. Here are three of my favorite free Arabic courses:

  • Live Lingua: Choose from more than 54 free courses in various dialects on Live Lingua, a database of Peace Corps and FSI coursebooks and audio materials.
  • Madinah has two free online courses for Arabic language learners – one for those who don’t yet read the script and another for those who can. It teaches MSA (Modern Standard Arabic).
  • BBC Languages is a fantastic introduction to the Arabic language with video and tons of accompanying materia

Free Online Arabic Language Resources for Advanced Arabic Learners

Take a Free Online Course in Arabic

MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) not only offer Arabic language courses, but they also offer courses on other subjects in Arabic. If you’d like to use Arabic to learn more about something you’re passionate in, taking an online course in Arabic can be a useful way to do two things at once.

  • Coursera: There are currently four courses in Arabic on Coursera, and more than 40 subtitled in the language.
  • EdX: Much like Coursera, EdX also offers courses where Arabic is the language of instruction. Currently, they have one course on Human Rights, but more courses being added in the future is always a possibility.

Watch Arabic Vloggers on YouTube

Arabic vloggers cover everything from comedy to fashion to food, so you’re sure to find a YouTube personality who covers a topic that you’re interested in.

Here are a few of my favorites:

  • Noor Stars: Noor Stars is one of the most well known Arabic-speaking vloggers on YouTube. She covers lifestyle themes, fashion, and makeup.
  • Shady Srour: Known for his comedic and relatable videos, Shady is a popular Arabic language Youtuber.
  • EyshElly: This channel has a host who speaks Peninsular Arabic (Saudi Arabia). It features reviews of viral videos, comedy skits and more.
  • Njoud: Njoud features videos that cover everything from Youtube challenges to comedy.
  • Laila Mourad: This channel is for those interested in fitness or travel. Laila documents her daily life, travel and workout routines.
  • MjrmGames features a mix of videos including pranks, gameplay and music videos.
  • The Saudi Reporters are twin brothers from Saudi Arabia who have a channel where they host challenges, share comedic skits, do food tasting and science experiments.

Free Arabic Language Reading Materials

There’s a decent selection of Arabic reading resources available to you as a learner online for free. These include:

  • Wikipedia: Use Wikipedia to read short articles in Arabic. You can switch back to your native language to check your comprehension.
  • LingQ is a popular online learning system that helps you acquire new vocabulary through its reading interface. It’s free to sign up, though if you want to use it long-term you’ll need to opt for a paid plan.

What Free Online Arabic Resources Do You Use?

It’s incredible how many excellent resources are available to learn Arabic at no cost online. I’ve featured my favorite 33 places you can learn Arabic online for free, but I’m sure you have your own favorites. Is there anything you feel that I’ve missed? Let me know in the comments!

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Rationale

The rationale for establishing Al Wasil Language Institute can be summarised as follows:

  1. Increasing demand from non-native speakers to learn Arabic either for professional purposes, including jobs in diplomacy, the oil industry, medicine and academia among others, or as a means of communication.
  2. The need for a teaching institute in Bidiyyah (the Governorate of Ash Sharqiyyah North) and in the other governorates of Oman. Bidiyyah was selected for its popularity as a major tourist attraction that offers a rich heritage as well as beautiful scenery and interesting places, thus potentially combining learning with cultural experiences.
  3. The institute will offer courses that meet students’ needs and that will develop their linguistic skills in an appropriate Arabic-language environment with the aim of spreading the language and culture, and teaching its cognitive, cultural and heritage features.
  4. The institute will provide Arabic courses to non-Arab residents in the Sultanate to assist with cultural familiarisation within the Omani community and easy integration into society.

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Al Wasil Language Institute aims to become a distinguished national and a regional centre for the instruction of Arabic. The institute will also contribute to the teaching of Arabic to academic, diplomatic, military, medical and media specialists, among others, who reside in the Sultanate or in other countries.

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