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📒 How do Arabic classes work online?

You can discuss it directly with your teacher via email or phone. Their contact details are in the left-hand column of the lesson request. You can then decide with your teacher on the format of classes you would prefer. 

There are a number of possibilities: 

  • Skype
  • Google Hangout
  • Zoom
  • Discord
  • Telephone

A number of tools allow you to exchange via audio and video, as well as to share your screen or your tablet. 🎥

3524 teachers offer classes online for Arabic.

🔎 How are teachers selected to give online Arabic classes?

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🎓 How many teachers are available to give Arabic classes via webcam?

3524  Arabic teachers offer online arabic classes.

You can check out their profiles and select the tutor that is most suitable for your learning needs. 👍

Choose your tutor from one of our 3524 profiles.

💸 What is the average price for online Arabic classes?

The average price for online Arabic classes is $ 25. 

This rate will vary based on a number of different factors: 

  • The teacher's level of experience and how well they now their subject
  • The duration and frequency of lessons  ⏱

91% of tutors offer their first lesson for free. 

Online classes are on average 20% less expensive than face-to-face classes. 

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⭐️ What is the average rating for teachers giving online Arabic classes?

From a sample of 708 reviews, students give an average score of 5.0 out of 5. 

In the event of a problem with a class, our customer service team is available to find a quick solution (by phone or email five days a week). 📧

For each subject, you can view student reviews.

💻 Why choose online lessons?

With so many of our connections being formed and maintained via online channels, online learning is becoming more and more popular with students.

It’s easy, since both students and teachers have already mastered the digital tools that are used to facilitate online lessons.

It’s safe, simple and convenient. Wherever you are, you can connect with a teacher suited to your needs in just a few clicks. 🙃

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It's true that the majority of native English speakers don't often find the time to study and learn new languages. In high school lessons, we will probably be forced to take a language course, but beyond that, it's unlikely that students choose to learn in university or pay for extra classes. If a student does decide to start learning, in modern times it's more common to choose a language that helps us in business, like Chinese or Spanish.


One of the languages that are low on the list for most native English speakers is Arabic and its dialects. This is a surprise, especially in Australia where there is a large number of native Arabic speakers across the country. In fact, it's actually the 3rd most spoken language after English and Mandarin.


This means that your language studies won't only be useful for opening up opportunities in the Arab world, but also at home in Australia. Professional opportunities can include translation for important services, interpreting in business negotiations, guiding tourists or even becoming an Arabic teacher yourself!


Taking an online course can be a modern way for beginner students to start improving their level and skills. For students who are willing to put time and effort into every lesson and are happy to practising speaking, writing, reading and learning Arabic script, going from beginner to reading the Quran is not the pipe dream you might imagine.


Arabic studies online vs in-person


If you've never tried learning in an online course, you might wonder whether it's the right choice for you, especially as the benefits of online lessons will not be immediately clear. An important advantage of online Arabic language studies is that people in more isolated areas can have access to many more learning courses and resources by getting on the web, especially if there's no qualified Arabic teacher in your area. You will have access to tutors around the country, which is especially helpful if you want to expand your studies by speaking in different dialects, rather than only focusing on modern standard Arabic.


Another benefit is convenience. You may be looking at Arabic courses with a university or private school, but are having trouble fitting the classes into your busy timetable, especially if you need to travel to and from each session. With online courses, you simply need to log on at the start of the session and that's that!


There are also advantages for your studies, whether you're a beginner or intermediate student. Online courses involve a little more independent study, which can encourage people to become develop independent learning skills. You have to take full, organised notes that you can use to review and study with later, instead of the teacher noting things down for you on different papers. This helps learners of languages retain information better, especially beginners.


The fact that the teacher is already using the computer for each lesson means that they can also integrate different technology to make Arabic lessons more interesting and interactive. This can include anything from powerpoints to grammar games to news articles for reading. This also encourages learners to search for practice resources themselves, rather than relying on standard worksheets from the teacher to learn.


So we can see that, while it may be strange for those who have done more traditional courses, especially beginners, these courses can offer flexibility and engagement.


Group lessons vs private tuition


If you're looking for online Arabic classes, it can be overwhelming to choose the best option as a learner, especially if you're a beginner. Most schools offer online courses now, you can even get a university diploma on the web, but the important thing is knowing which course works best for you.


Here are some questions for beginners to review that can help you save time in your course search:


  • Am I looking for a serious course where I carefully study the script and grammar or do I simply want a fun learning experience?
  • Do I want to focus on more academic aspects like writing and reading at a high level, or do I want to communicate and focus on speaking practice?
  • Do I want the teacher's total focus or am I happy to wait for other learners?
  • Is this a way for me to work on my language skills, or meet new people?


Knowing the answers to these questions can help you know your own commitment level and then narrow down your search. A student who wants a more social experience would be best with a group class that focuses more on conversation and speaking. You might even find free resources like the Tandem language exchange app to supplement your learning.


You need to know how serious you are about your Arabic language studies. If you want to read well, have no trouble with grammar or writing in full Arabic scripts, then it's worth it to pay the fee for a more serious class. This probably also means it's best to look for tutors that give individual lessons, rather than learning in a group. You'll have the tutor's complete focus so you can learn and improve session by session, rather than getting distracted by other learners.


With Superprof, you will find the best tutor for your Arabic lessons


So, if you've decided you need a language tutor to practice your Arabic but aren't sure where to start, Superprof can help! Whether you want to study for professional reasons or you're interested in reading the Quran, you'll easily find an Arab tutor for your first lesson (which most tutors offer free!).


To find the best option, search for a teacher in your area and read the individual profiles that come up. On each standard profile, you'll find information about the tutor's professional teaching experience, their fee per lesson, as well as a review from each of their past students. You'll also find information about any areas they specialise in, from speaking particular dialects from around the vast Arab world to teaching writing in a perfect script to beginners.


Once you've narrowed down your search, you can start to contact some of your options, and maybe even organise your first, free trial lesson. In no time you'll find yourself going from beginner to a high-level Arabic speaker!


What do you want to learn?