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Why students learn the Arabic language

 

We can use various criteria when choosing a language to learn, such as the number of speakers, the economy, the job opportunities or the culture. Arabic meets all of those criteria. It's the sixth most spoken language in the world. It's the official language of numerous quickly-developing countries like Egypt, Jordan or Saudi Arabia, so you can, of course, find a good job if you learn that language. Finally, through Arabic, you can discover an ancient and very rich culture with numerous literary and artistic works and amazing history.

 

Due to its importance, a lot of students choose to take Arabic lessons at school or enrol in an Arabic course at university. There are various opportunities to learn Arabic in Sydney, Melbourne and other cities in Australia and you can easily meet people to practise the language with. Unfortunately, there is one major obstacle for all students learning Arabic, which is the difficulty of the language. Arabic is often considered as one of the most difficult languages to learn for English-speakers and reaching a good level of Arabic can take a lot of time and effort.

 

When students start their first Arabic course, they need to learn its complex writing system, master its difficult pronunciation and grammar and memorise a lot of vocabulary. As Arabic isn't part of Indo-European languages, it is very different from English and you will need to take a distance from your own language when learning it. Luckily, there is a great solution for struggling students which is private Arabic courses. Whenever you feel like your skills aren't good enough and you have trouble following your lessons at school or your Arabic course at university, you can get in touch with a private Arabic teacher who will help you catch up. What's more, you can now take private Arabic lessons online and learn the language from home.

 

Where students can learn the Arabic language in Australia

 

As Arabic is such a widely-spoken language, there are plenty of options to study it in Australia. There are Arabic schools where the language is taught to kids, such as Parramatta Arabic School in Sydney. Learning Arabic from a young age has a lot of benefits, as students will pick up pronunciation and grammar more easily and will have a very good level when they grow up. But it's, of course, important that their teacher should know the right teaching methods because children don't acquire languages skills in the same way as adults.

 

If a student decides to pursue their studies in Arabic after school, there are also lots of opportunities for them at university in Australia. For instance, the University of Sydney, the Australian National University or the University of Canberra offer Arabic language degrees and courses to reach the proficiency level of Arabic. Universities in Australia offer have international agreements with other countries and students can go on a linguistic stay to an Arabic-speaking country and boost their conversation abilities there. It will be, of course, a great complement to their studies.

 

Finally, the most efficient way to learn the Arabic language is to take lessons with a private teacher. They will tailor their courses to your needs, so you will learn what's relevant for you and develop the most important skills. People can, of course, look for a personal teacher from their town and take face-to-face lessons with them or they can find an online tutor and learn the language remotely. For beginner students, it can be sensible to start learning Arabic with an English-speaking teacher, but advanced learners can get in touch with tutors from Arabic-speaking countries and practise their conversation skills with native speakers.

 

Tips on finding the right Arabic teacher for you

 

When people start looking for an Arabic tutor, they should have in mind one important detail. Unlike English and many other languages, Modern Standard Arabic isn't the vernacular language of Arabic-speaking countries. It's a language they also learn at school and not everyone can speak it perfectly. What people speak in everyday life are, in fact, dialects that can be very different from Modern Standard Arabic and from one another. So before you get started, you need to decide whether you want to take MSA courses or study the dialect of one particular country and seek a teacher accordingly.

 

Other important criteria can be the experience of the teacher and the level of students they specialise in teaching. Some tutors can, of course, teach any level of students, but others prefer to work only with beginners or advanced learners.

 

Finally, you will need to decide if you want to take classes in person or online. Both formats have their advantages. When you study in person you have direct contact with the teacher and the lessons can be more efficient. On the other hand, learning online can save you time and you will, of course, have a bigger choice of tutors.

 

Get in touch with the best Arabic teachers on Superprof

 

Choosing the right Arabic language teacher is never easy and a lot of people struggle with it. But they don't know that there is a simple solution to find an excellent tutor in no time. It's called Superprof. On our website, people can view the profiles of thousands of tutors in different subjects, including Arabic, and find all the necessary information about them, such as their prices, experience, location or the level they teach. They can also read reviews from other students to get more information.

 

With Superprof, choosing the right tutor has become extremely simple and you book a lesson and start learning Arabic straight away. And probably the greatest news is that the majority of our tutors offer their first course for free, so you'll be able to get to know them and to discuss all the details about your courses. Superprof is an international platform so you can find tutors from your city or contact teachers who give classes online. You'll certainly find the perfect tutor for you and have fun learning the Arabic language.

FAQs

💰What is the average price of Arabic lessons?

The average price of Arabic lessons is $26.

However, the price of lessons will depend on a number of factors:

  • The teacher's overall experience
  • The location and format of your lessons: whether you choose to take Arabic lessons online, in-home, at a neutral location, in a group or one-to-one.
  • The duration and frequency of your lessons. Many teachers offer 'Packs' of lessons at a discounted rate.

91% of teachers also offer their first lesson for free.

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💡 Why take private Arabic lessons?

With the help of a personal Arabic teacher you can learn Arabic quickly and in total confidence. 

Our private tutors customise their lessons to suit your needs and help you achieve your personal goals. 

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💻 Can you learn Arabic online?
Most of our arabic teachers offer their arabic lessons lessons online.

To search for an online Arabic teacher use the "webcam" filter in our search engine. Once you've done that you'll be left with only the teachers who offer their Arabic lessons via webcam.

🎓How many tutors are available to give Arabic lessons?
2668 tutors are currently available to give Arabic lessons near you.

You can browse the different tutor profiles to find one that suits you best. 

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If you have any trouble finding a teacher, contact us at gday@superprof.com and we can assist you in your search. 

✒️ How are our Arabic tutors rated?
From a sample of tutors, students rated their private tutors out 5.

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