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eArabicLearning is an online learning platform that allows students to study the Arabic language from the comfort of their own home. The platform offers a variety of features and resources that make it an ideal choice for students of all levels and backgrounds.


One of the main features of eArabicLearning is the one-to-one instruction. This means that students have the opportunity to have private lessons with a dedicated teacher. This allows for personalized instruction and the ability to focus on areas that the student may need extra help with.


The platform uses, a video conferencing tool, to conduct its classes. Zoom allows for real-time communication between the teacher and the student, making it easy to ask questions, receive feedback, and interact with the teacher as if they were in a traditional classroom setting.


eArabicLearning provides students with free books as a resource, these books are tailored to the student's level and needs and can be used as a supplement to the class.


The platform is designed to be flexible and convenient, classes are available at the student's availability, this means that students can schedule their classes at a time that is most convenient for them.


eArabicLearning offers a free trial lesson before subscribing, this allows students to experience the platform's teaching method and level of expertise before committing to a full course. This is a great opportunity for students to see how the platform works and determine if it's the right fit for them.

 The Arabic Language level assessment process is typically conducted on the first day of the course and is designed to evaluate the student's current level of proficiency in the Arabic language. It assesses the student's listening comprehension and oral fluency, which helps the teacher to determine the student's strengths and weaknesses and tailor the course content and teaching methods to the student's specific needs. The level assessment may include a placement test, which measures the student's knowledge of vocabulary, grammar, and comprehension.


After the Arabic Language level assessment, the teacher will work with the student to design a Personal Study Plan (PSP) that outlines the student's learning objectives, target areas for improvement, and a schedule of course content and activities that are tailored to the student's level and needs. The PSP will also include a schedule of homework assignments and other activities that are intended to support the student's learning outside of class time.


The Arabic Language level assessment and PSP will be reviewed and updated regularly by the teacher throughout the course to ensure that the student is making steady progress towards their objectives and to adjust the course content and activities as needed. This will help the student to make the most effective use of their lesson time and reach their goals as soon as possible.


 Interactive learning

 Interactive learning based on educational games is a teaching method that incorporates game-like activities into the learning process to engage and motivate students. In eArabicLearning, this approach is used to teach Arabic to kids and beginners through various interactive games.

These games can range from simple matching games to more complex activities that involve problem-solving, decision-making, and critical thinking. The aim is to make learning Arabic fun and enjoyable, which can help students retain information and stay engaged in the learning process.

Some examples of educational games used in eArabicLearning include:

Arabic Alphabet Matching: A game that challenges students to match the Arabic letters with their corresponding sounds.
Word Building: A game that asks students to build Arabic words by dragging letters onto the correct spaces.
Arabic Vocabulary Flashcards: A game that presents students with a series of flashcards containing Arabic words and their English translations.
Arabic Grammar Quest: A game that challenges students to identify the correct verb form or adjective to use in a sentence.
Arabic Conversation Builder: A game that allows students to practice their conversational Arabic skills by building and practicing simple conversations.
Interactive learning based on educational games can be an effective way to engage students in the learning process and make learning Arabic more enjoyable. It can also help students develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills, which are essential for language acquisition

Overall, the level assessment process used by eArabicLearning is designed to ensure that the student's course content and activities are tailored to their specific needs and level, and to provide regular feedback and support to help the student make rapid progress towards fluency.

In summary, eArabicLearning is an online learning platform that offers one-to-one instruction, classes conducted through, Skype , Microsoft team or Google meet  side by side with a free books, flexible scheduling, and a free trial lesson before subscribing. This allows students to study the Arabic language at their own pace and convenience with the help of experienced and qualified teachers.




  1. Read about the studying process and our different online Arabic learning programs
  2. You need to fill out the Free Trial request form.
    Once we've received your request, one of the main teachers will send you an email to set up a Zoom or whatsApp appointment. During this short conversation, you and the teacher will define your objectives and your current level of Arabic, and the teacher will suggest a program that will help you meet your objectives.
  3. Have a look at our pricing list, and register for the program that fits your needs. Order the required lesson hours and determine your availability to attend the lessons.
  4. We will respond to the order after your registration and send a suggested studying schedule and assign you a teacher.  
  5. Start your daily online Arabic lessons with your teacher. You can follow your course progress with your teacher on the website.