January 3, 2020

The Ultimate Arabic Course (Level 1)
Step by Step video tutorial

Many people say: "Arabic is difficult! Because they started learning Arabic wrongly!" Don’t waste your time and enroll in this course to learn Arabic using new method.
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What Will I Learn?

  • You will learn Arabic sounds VS English sounds with examples
  • You will learn writing the 28 letters correctly using arrows method
  • You will learn writing the 28 letters initial shape with examples
  • You will learn writing the 28 letters in the middle shape with examples
  • You will learn the supplementary letters (non-alphabetic character)
  • You will learn Sun and Moon letters with examples
  • You will learn connecting letters VS non-connecting letters
  • You will learn definite and indefinite in Arabic with examples
  • Your will learn all types of short vowels with examples
  • Your will learn all types of long vowels with examples
  • Your will learn shaddah° with all short vowels with examples
  • You will be introduced to the relative yaaa.â°
  • You will be introduced to assimilation
  • You will be introduced to writing Arabic words step by step
  • You will learn Arabic sounds qualities explained in details

Course Description

Welcome to the Ultimate Arabic Course Series — (Level 1)
In this Arabic course you will discover that Arabic is easy to learn. This Arabic course covers all major topics a beginner needs to learn. The topics are arranged in logical order which makes the learning process go smoothly.

Unlike other Arabic courses, this course is designed in special order to prevent you from feeling lost or frustrated during the course.

This Arabic course introduces letters and sounds of the Arabic language using new approach in learning Arabic, and it is designed to move quickly between theoretical learning and practice sessions which helps you to build your confidence to speak Arabic.

Using wrong method from the beginning will cost you a lot! Many students start their Arabic course randomly without following a proven system, they start learning how to say certain phrases but as a beginner this is wrong! And actually this is the main reason that makes you to feel lost or frustrated while learning Arabic.

Before anything, you should start with understanding Arabic writing system and Arabic pronunciation system, learning these two systems correctly from the beginning will help you to understand how Arabic words are written and pronounced correctly.

The Ultimate Arabic Course (level 1) is the single Arabic course that helps you to master the two systems from the beginning.

Course Requirements

  1. You need to prepare your pen and papers each time you watch a lesson
  2. The language of instruction is plain English so students should have basic grasp of the English language
  3. It’s a beginner course — So no previous experience or knowledge necessary. Absolute beginners can take this course
  4. Commitment — as with anything in life, the repetition of any idea leads to its manifestation. Being consistent and persevering will ensure success.

Course Curriculum

Introducing Arabic letters
07:19
Avoid these mistakes when pronouncing Arabic letters
15:36
Arabic sounds VS English sounds (phonetic deep analysis with ‎real ‎examples)‎
12:12
Arabic sounds qualities explained in details
09:48
Arabic sounds qualities explained in details with examples
04:18
Soft sounds VS amplified sounds ‎
06:11
More analysis on Soft and amplified sounds with examples
06:07
Learning how to write the letters correctly step by step to improve ‎writing skill
07:52
How to write the letters according to the line (the right method)‎
07:16
How to write the letters in the correct direction using arrows
10:07
Avoid these mistakes when writing Arabic letters (90 % of students ‎make)‎
10:46
Introduction to writing Arabic words step by step
04:58
Difference between connecting letters and non-connecting letters
03:04
Introducing how to write the letters in the beginning of the word
05:35
How to write the letters in the beginning of the word tricks with ‎examples
22:24
How to write the letters in the beginning of the word with real ‎examples
09:58
Introducing how to write the letters in the middle of the word
07:48
How to write the letters in the middle of the word tricks with ‎examples
19:58
Introducing how to write the letters at the end of the word
05:47
How to write the letters at the end (terminal shape) of the word with ‎real examples
21:17
Understanding the rule of six letters with examples (no more ‎mistakes)‎
10:18
The logical method of writing any word in Arabic with examples
13:32
Introducing vowels in Arabic with examples‎
09:45
The short vowel Fa.t‎°‎.ha.h‎°‎ with examples
08:37
The short vowel Da.mma.h‎°‎ with examples
10:06
The short vowel Ka.s‎°‎.ra.h‎°‎ with examples
09:28
Introducing long vowels in Arabic with examples
07:13
Understanding the difference between the short vowel Fa.t‎°‎.ha.h‎°‎ ‎and the long vowel alef with examples
08:38
Understanding the difference between the short vowel‎ Da.mma.h‎°‎ ‎and the long vowel waaw with examples
07:15
Understanding the difference between the short vowel ‎ Ka.s‎°‎.ra.h‎°‎ ‎and the long vowel yaaa with examples
09:35
The supplementary letter (non-alphabetic character) ha.m°.za.h°‎ ‎with all writing methods
16:03
The supplementary letters (la.aa.m° a.le.f°) and (ta.aa.â° ‎ma.r°.bo.oo.ta.h°‎) with examples
10:17
The non-alphabetic character elongated a.le.f°‎
03:21
The non-alphabetic character dagger a.le.f°‎
07:47
The non-alphabetic character shortened a.le.f°‎
04:26
Introducing definite and indefinite in Arabic ‎
06:30
Introducing ta.n‎°‎.we.ee.n‎°‎ and its types
04:30
Understanding Tanween Fa.t‎°‎.ha.h‎°‎ with examples
07:04
Understanding‎ Tanween Da.mma.h‎°‎ with examples
06:18
Understanding Tanween Ka.s‎°‎.ra.h‎°‎ with examples
06:51
Tanween important rules and special cases with examples
15:25
Introducing the so.ko.oo.n‎°‎ with examples
06:43
Learn the popular rule about so.ko.oo.n° with examples “Use ‎so.ko.oo.n° to be in safe”
05:04
Introducing Sha.dda.h‎°‎ or Tashdeed with examples
09:39
Learning the Sha.dda.h‎°‎ with the short vowel Fa.t‎°‎.ha.h‎°‎ with ‎examples
08:20
Learning the Sha.dda.h‎°‎ with the short vowel ‎Da.mm.ah‎°‎ with ‎examples
08:16
Learning the Sha.dda.h‎°‎ with the short vowel ‎Ka.s‎°.ra.h‎°‎ with ‎examples
09:14
Introducing the relative ya.aa.â
09:33
Using the relative ya.aa.â ‎ through the Sha.dda.h‎°‎ with Tanween ‎Fa.t‎°‎.ha.h‎°‎ with examples
07:57
Using the relative ya.aa.â ‎ through the ‎Sha.dda.h‎°‎ with Tanween ‎Da.mma.h‎°‎ with examples
03:05
Using the relative ya.aa.â ‎ through the ‎Sha.dda.h‎°‎ with Tanween ‎ka.s‎°‎.ra.h‎°‎ with examples
03:35
Important Rule (#1) pronouncing Arabic words correctly with ‎examples
08:54
Important Rule (#2) pronouncing Arabic words correctly with ‎examples
11:28
Introducing the 3 Arabic writing styles (Naskh printing style, ‎‎Req’ah handwriting style, and Calligraphy)‎
13:45
Writing the 28 letters using Naskh printing style VS Req’ah ‎‎handwriting style
04:25
Writing words using Naskh printing style VS Req’ah ‎handwriting ‎style
07:11
How to write Arabic letters using Req’ah handwriting style with ‎examples
09:56
How to write Arabic words using Naskh printing style and Req’ah ‎handwriting style ‎with examples
12:17

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‎—‎ Course Features and Stats:

  • 8+ Hours on-demand video
  • Access on Mobile and TV
  • One-time payment
  • 24/5 student support
  • 10374+ students enrolled
  • Language: Plain English
Instructor Rating

Haytham Ibrahim, Prof.

Hi there,‎
This is Haytham Ibrahim, highly qualified Arabic language lecturer. I’m an expert in TAFL ‎‎‎(Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language.)‎

Maybe — if you are interested in learning Arabic Language — you have come across my name ‎‎before. I’m the Author of the Real Arabic Courses and founder of Aralingo Apps.‎

I have been teaching Arabic to Arab natives and non-natives for more than 12 years and certified as an Official Mind Map Licensed Instructor (BLI)‎

I have taught 1000s of students to learn Arabic language in short time using my own system, Real ‎‎Arabic lingo system.‎

I have created and designed all of my courses according to:‎
‎1- CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) and
‎2- ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages)‎

After taking my courses, you could sit with confidence for all major Arabic examinations.‎
For the past 12 years, I have been encountering 100% of success rate with all of my students who ‎‎undertaken my courses.‎

I have managed professional training programs ranging from a one-day talk to a seventeen-day ‎‎international integrated course on Arabic language learning and linguistics studies.‎

I created Real Arabic courses and Aralingo Apps in Malaysia, Egypt & online. I have a great team working with me to keep Aralingo and Real Arabic courses at the top of Arabic courses and apps. I understand business, I have one – so I know how important it is to get it right and make it work for you.

To learn more about my courses, books, and apps, visit my official website.‎
I wish you good luck in learning Arabic language.‎

Best Regards,‎
Haytham Ibrahim, Prof. | Terminologist
‎— Real Arabic courses | Author‎
‎— Aralingo Apps | Founder

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