Classic Arabic (Modern Standard Arabic)
Modern Standard Arabic
Classical Arabic, or al-Fusha, or Modern Standard Arabic is the optimal choice if your goal for studying Arabic is one of the following:
- Mastering the formal or religious speech
- Reading books or magazine
- Studying Islamic Sharia in any place in the world
- Enrolling in one of the colleges of Al-Azhar University in Egypt
- Enrolling in one of the divinities colleges in the USA or Europe
- Enrolling in one of the Middle East Studies and Strategic Studies colleges
- Working and living in any Arabic speaking country
By learning the Classical Arabic “al-FusHa” you will be able to read and communicate with people in any Arabic speaking country. This is the Arabic people understand and learn in school and college and it is also the official language throughout the Arab world. To help you reach this goal we have used a selection specialized books on teaching Arabic for non-native speakers.
These books were written by a group of professors who are specialists in writing Arabic for non-native speaker curriculums. These books are being taught in universities, institutes, Arabic teaching centers and in the following countries: Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Mauritania, Morocco, and Sudan.
Our teachers have years of experience teaching Arabic for non-native speaker curriculums like “Arabic between Your Hands” , “al-Kitab al-Asasi” or “Noor Elbyan” . Our teachers use a custom made curriculum which includes the best of the three books.
How to get started
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 4 Weeks
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 278
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
Rihan Jafry, London
Initially I wanted to learn basic Arabic but the quality of teaching in an easy-going manner has allowed me to progress rapidly to some advance areas. My Arabic teacher on eArabicLearning is patience has allowed me to develop an understanding of some of the complex areas of grammar. His encouraging style makes it easy to build a rapport. Furthermore his flexibility means that I can fit in my classes around my work and family commitments.
I have learnt a lot since I have started my Arabic Lessons.
The teacher is very patient, outgoing and kind. She delivers the lessons depending on the my learning pace so the teaching is tailored to the student. I would definitely recommend this service to anyone wishing to learn Arabic (regardless of what level you're at).
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Thank you. I found out about eArabicLearning at my local Masjid, from the Imam there, who had spent some time in Egypt. He told me they were a good, trustworthy company to work with. He was absolutely correct. I started Arabic language lessons with "Islam" about a year and a half ago. I never thought I could learn another language, but Islam has made it interesting and enjoyable for me. The lessons fit in well with my work and personal schedule. When I was getting overloaded at home with work, Islam encouraged me to stick with the lessons, and I am very glad he did. My goal was to be able to "read" the Quran, which I now can. Now I am interested in good understanding, as well as being able to converse in Arabic. Something I never thought I could do. I hope to be working with Islam for a while. When I am fluent in Arabic, I will fly to Egypt and ask Islam to show me the pyramids. I recommend eArabicLearning to anyone looking to learn from the beginning like me. This is a very honest and talented organization. Brian G., USA