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Your article is spot on! I'm the son of an Arabic native speaker, but grew up in an English-speaking house. As a result, I grew up HEARING Palestinian Arabic and READING Qur'anic Arabic. Total disconnect. I went to college and took three semesters of Modern Standard Arabic. More disconnect! I did not move forward in TWENTY years toward fluency because I had low proficiency in THREE Arabics! I finally moved over to Palestinian Arabic to learn that there are THREE Palestinian Arabics: Mádani (urban, esp. in Jaffa and Jerusalem), Fellá7 (rural), and Bádawi (nomadic). All three are mutually intelligible, but one is pigeon-holed by other Palestinians depending on which Palestinian Arabic said person uses! I stuck with Mádani Palestinian Arabic and my proficiency skyrocketed. A couple of my own suggestions beyond your article: (1) get Arabic writing capability on your computer so you get away from transliteration sooner than later, (2) learn how to write in Arabic by writing English words using Arabic letters (by reading back English words with Arabic phonics rules, you'll develop an Arabic accent much faster that way), (3) think in triliteral roots (same as in Hebrew) and you'll remember words better, (4) learn early on how to use an Arabic dictionary by using the triliteral roots, (5) learn proverbs — that always impresses Arabs! I am most amused that that the Palestinian Israeli singer Mira Awad is teaching her fellow Israeli singer Noa Palestinian Arabic though Noa is the daughter of Yemeni Jews. DRAMATICALLY different Arabics!! 🙂
Alhamdulliah we have 35+ Hafiz e Quran Teachers teaching hundreds of students from all over the world. All our Quran teachers are highly trained to teach students from age 4 to any, we have female teachers for female students. The teachers can speak Arabic, English, Urdu, Punjabi and Pashto. We always emphasize the teachers to start the classes on time and end on time and we make it sure in our supervision. The Quran Teacher, divides the class in two section, the major time is devtoed for Qaida / Quran Lesson and small portion is left for Namaz, Qaliam and Duas.. So our students not only get the Quran lesson but also basic Islamic knowledge as well and we can teach this on advanced level as well. All our Teachers are thoroughly scrutinize before hiring, after hiring they go through intense training in which they are trained how to teach online, how to make the class interactive. Quran Tutors are specially trained to handle the kids, we have made classes so much exciting that the kids come online on Skype on the time of class, parents don’t have to ask them to go online for the class.
One of the most important things in learning anything is keeping track of where you're at. Mondly is great at tracking your progress, showing you the time spent, words and phrases learned and even estimates the time left to complete a certain chapter. This makes the whole process of learning a language captivating and motivating. In no time, you will be able to speak your first Arabic sentences and get one step closer to fluency.
Hi, it is really interesting how everyone is writing about learning the Arabic language from you own experience. I just wanted to add that there are more than 20 different dialect are spoken in the Arab world , Arabic native speaker would understand most of the dialects as they grow up watching Egyptian, Syrian, Lebanese movies and listening to songs with different dialects. But those who were born in USA or Australia, they would never understand other dialects, as they grew and learnt what they hear from their parents.
Learn the Arabic alphabet. The Arabic script seems daunting at first, and some people try to avoid learning it by relying on transliterations of Arabic words. This merely stores up problems for later; it is much better to ignore transliterations and use the script from the start. The best you can do is to buy or borrow a book at the library, since this is a long and difficult project.
The Qur'anic Arabic Corpus (free) - This is a website that goes through the entire Qur'an and explains the meaning of each individual word. I would recommend learning Arabic while using this site, since it refers to rules and concepts that only students of Arabic will know. I mean, how many non-Arabic speakers know what a "2nd person masculine singular imperative verb" is? But the website is generally helpful in learning the meanings of words used in the Qur'an.
Islam is based on the Submission of human will to One God “Allah” The only One, The Superior and The Only Creator of This Universe with no partners and all the existence under his own Control. It is very important for every Muslim to know about their religion. We teach online Namaz, Duas, kalmas to all of our students. We also tell Islamic stories of Prophets and pious people to our students to inspire them. In this course we teach the concept of Islam.