Linguist Smart's Reading and Writing Arabic immerses you into the world of business.
This Course will cover all of the key language skills in Arabic: speaking, listening, reading, writing and grammar. You will be able to understand complex texts, express your opinions, sharpen your listening skills and have several practice sessions to reinforce the new materials taught to you!
Reading & Writing Arabic
As you are aware, the Arabic language has its own script which means that in order to be able to read and write Arabic you have to learn its script. Therefore, when learning Arabic you must learn first how to read and write it!
Reading Arabic in transliteration or in Latin script it will only get you so far.
What is the difference in pronouncing these two words “Qalb” or “Kalb”. How does the “Q” sound Arabic. What is the letter? The difference between pronouncing these 2 “k” sounds is a change in meaning from “heart” to “dog”!
As you can see learning how to Read and Write Arabic is important. Here at Secret World of Languages, we have made reading and writing Arabic simple and easy. Our main goal is to save you TIME so you can read & write Arabic quickly and efficiently!
We have developed this comprehensive course where we learn how to read and write Arabic in the isolated letters and joined up, read and write the vowels seeing how they affect the letters and learn the grammatical rules necessary for writing.
The Arabic Language
Ahlan wa Sahlan! That’s means “Hi and Welcome” in Arabic. Did you know that you already know some Arabic? The following words used in English are derived from the Arabic language: alcohol, cotton, orange, safari, sugar to name a few!
With over 310 million speakers, Arabic is one of the world’s most popular languages from Morocco to Lebanon to the heart of Saudi Arabia. This language is truly one a kind! It can enhance your career prospects, academic studies, understand the geo-politics in the region or for religious purposes.
What's Included: 45 Lessons and course tracker.
Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: The Arabic Alphabet
Section 3: The Short Vowels
Section 4: Writing in Arabic
Section 5: Reading Arabic
Section 6: The Long Vowels
Section 7: The Arabic Alphabet in focus
Section 8: Nunation
Section 9: The Shadda