Arabic Language Courses

LEARN ARABIC READING, SPEAKING, , AND GRAMMAR FOR KIDS & ADULTS

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Arabic Reading Course

Arabic Beginner (AR. B)

Nuraniya Course

Learn to read Arabic letters and alphabet in their various forms and begin memorizing words with the best Arabic teachers from Egypt. This course takes learners with absolutely no knowledge in the Arabic language on a path towards reaching reading fluency like a native.

Arabic Reading Course at LQPI is intended for students who have no previous knowledge of Arabic and who wish to gain a rapid understanding of the language. It also suits those who had some knowledge in Arabic but need to brush up on those basic skills again before venturing into studying Arabic grammar.

By the end of the course, you’ll be able to recognize, read, and pronounce perfectly the Arabic language. Moreover, you will be able to read Quran and Arabic literature fluently in its natural connected form.

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Arabic Conversation Course

Learn to speak Arabic fluently in the best possible manner with highly qualified native tutors from Egypt.

LQPI’s Arabic teaching experts care deeply about your ability to have real conversations in Arabic as fast as possible. That’s why, rather than bumping you up with complex notions in the beginning of the course, we start by involving you in real conversations. Through this approach, you will be able to have your first Arabic conversation during the first online class with your teacher.

We know that the major secret of learning to speak & understand the Arabic language is listening to native speakers. That’s why during the online sessions, our native Arabic teachers will speak in Arabic clearly, correctly and in context about different subjects.

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Arabic Grammar Course

Learn Arabic Grammar with highly-qualified Arabic teachers from Egypt through one-to-one online sessions.

LQPI’s Arabic tutors will teach you the grammatical constructs of the Arabic language to develop an in-depth understanding of how to construct sentences and the exact rules behind applying motions.

Arabic Grammar is the set of structural rules governing the composition of clauses, phrases, and words in the Arabic language. So it’s essential to understand the Arabic language in-depth and excel in it. Not to mention that it’s a key factor to learn Quran with tajweed.

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Learn Arabic for Kids Course

Learn Arabic for kids with highly qualified native Arabic teachers from Egypt who are specialized in teaching children online.

This course is particularly made for children trying to learn the Quran for the first time. Our Arabic tutors will teach your kids the alphabet, and then learn to speak Arabic through situations that relate to their age.

LQPI’s Arabic teachers use interactive learning methods through stories and interesting puzzles that revolve around important topics such as jobs, colors, numbers, food, outings, members, etc.

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Importance of Learning Arabic Language

Learning Arabic Language is so important at many levels although it’s is not an easy language to learn and has nothing to with English or other Latin languages.

Arabic is the fourth most spoken language in the world. About 315 million people in 58 countries speak the Arabic as their first language.

Whether you are a Muslim want to read Quran in its original language, a working professional looking to add a new skill to his CV, or a parent looking for a way to enrich their child’s education, learning the Arabic language will achieve your goal.

This was a fragment about the importance of the Arabic language, but actually there are countless reasons why you should learn Arabic, such as:

  • Learn Arabic to be able to read & recite the Quran in the right way.
  • You’ll be able to understand Islam better if you’re able to read the Quran and understand its teachings.
  • Learning Arabic will make you stand out, as there are very few people from the West that speak Arabic. Having command of Arabic will make you appear clever and sophisticated.
  • Learning a language is learning about the culture of the country where the language is spoken.
  • You’ll be able to benefit economically. Natural resources abound in the Middle East and speaking Arabic will open many job positions for you.
  • When you know Arabic, you’ll be able to have an easier time learning other languages spoken in the region, such as Farsi or Persian, Turkish, Urdu, and even Hebrew.
  • Traveling to the Middle East would be easier. A good number of Arabs are able to speak English but the larger part of the population only uses Arabic as their primary language.
  • Arabic has many different dialects, each with its own unique flavor and style. Instead of learning the basic Modern Standard Arabic which is the formal Arabic spoken all over the world, choose the dialect most frequently spoken in the country you’re most interested in.

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