Best Websites to Learn Arabic Online for Free

Best Websites to Learn Arabic Online for Free

There is a demand to learn the Arabic language nowadays, as more and more people want to study the literature of Islam in-depth. Gone are the days when students were satisfied with just reciting in the Arabic language and being unable to understand it.

A lot of students want to study further and learn the Arabic language so that it can help them to understand the texts of Islam better. Of course to derive shariah rulings from texts you will need a lot more than just being able to read and speak Arabic!

There are a few places available online to learn to speak Arabic, this is different to learning how to read Arabic. There are now better and innovative ways to learn different languages on the web, this can make learning fun as well as interesting so you don’t drop out half way. Click on the images to go to the websites to learn Arabic and please do let me know what you think with your comments.

keewords.com

best ways to learn arabic oneAn innovative and free way to learn not just Arabic but more languages are available and it’s free. You choose your mother tongue and then choose the pack or level you want to learn. Their levels go all the way up to C2 from A1, so there is a lot to learn. They have packs such as ’Arabic City Weekend’ or ‘Arabic Meze in the Middle East’ and more, these courses get you ready for weekend trips or ordering food by teaching you the most common words used in each scenario. It states in the website that: “If you know the 1.500 most common words in a language, you understand about 75 % of a plain text.” It can’t be easier than that!

busuu.com

best websites to learn arabic freeAn online community of over 20 million users worldwide. You are able to use this to learn arabic free online, in addition to having interactive language courses and lessons you can get access to grammar guide provided by leading publishers such as Collins, Macmillan Dictionary and more. As well as learning from the free resources you can also online community to practice your new language skills. At the end you can earn yourself some certificates for the Arabic language courses that you have studied with them.

livemocha.com

best websites to learn arabic free twoWith every language course you are able to practice reading, writing and speaking skills with free exercises online. There are two courses to choose from beginner and intermediate, with the beginner you can start without knowing much of the language and introduce yourself and understand some beginner Arabic phrases. Beginner courses focus on Nouns, Negation, Adjectives, Plurals, Numbers, Careers, Prepositions, Conjugation and many more topics.

101languages.net

best websites to learn arabic free threeNot really an online course as such but it has enough material to get you started for free. If you click on the categories from the sidebar you are able to see and practice sentences with translations and pronunciations, certainly a place not to dismiss for beginners.

mylanguageexchange.com

best websites to learn arabic free fourLike the previous this isn’t an arabic course online course as such, a language exchange website where you can find other users who want to learn your language (s) in return for you wanting to learn theirs. In my opinion if you don’t have enough time to commit to a course then combine the above one with this and see where it takes you.

 

Well it would be very handy to learn another language, especially if you travel a lot or even want to expand your knowledge in other cultures, whatever it is you need it for you’ll definitely need to commit to it. Let me know how you get on.

By | 2013-01-05T03:04:11+00:00 September 20th, 2012|Arabic, Mobile Apps, Websites|14 Comments

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14 Comments

  1. safeeullah. Wajid 24/09/2012 at 1:22 pm - Reply

    “There is no legitimate government except the government of Allah”

  2. Realist 24/09/2012 at 8:50 pm - Reply

    The one with the 75% vocabulary sounds good. I will give one a try when I have some time insha-Allah.

  3. Jessica Bloom 18/08/2013 at 7:54 am - Reply
  4. Shoaib Muhammad 21/10/2013 at 6:33 am - Reply

    Assalamualaykum, I teach Fusha/ MSA ( Modern Standard Arabic/) online. Lessons are delivered through skype using screen sharing technology. By learning MSA you are able to communicate all Arabs as MSA is understood in Arab countries) read news papers , magazines etc . You can also understand news and other programs on Tv . I also teach classical Arabic which enables you to understand The Holy Quran ,Hadis (sayings of the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and other classical texts. .I give my students complete understanding of Arabic grammar (words formation ,verbs conjugations , pronouns ,sentence formation and how vowel variations at the end of words change their meanings, etc) so that they are able to speak and write correctly. I make them capable of using Arabic dictionary which is one of the difficult aspect of learning Arabic. So, I can help you learn Arabic, reading Quran with tajweed, understanding Quran, and other Islamic knowledges.
    for more info:
    Email: shoaib_mh(at)yahoo.com
    Skype: shoaib_mh

  5. Nur Karam 24/01/2014 at 11:11 pm - Reply

    As salaamu alaikum,

    http://www.arabic-made-easy has free downloadable Arabic lessons (concentrating on learning how to read and understand), I find them helpful also in teaching youth, or for independent learning. I would urge anyone to take advantage of this opportunity while its free inshaallah.

  6. Amah 24/11/2014 at 3:13 pm - Reply

    The best place to learn Arabic is a language Centre in North Kingston. It’s called BMA language services, It’s absolutely fabulous, they have wonderful teaching materials. I’m so thankful I went there. Thanks Aziz

  7. Maryam 16/12/2014 at 7:37 pm - Reply

    Assalaamu alaykum brother

    An absolutely excellent website for learning arabic free, from beginner to very advanced level,is http://www.drvaniya.com

    It is run by the noble scholar Shaykh Dr V Abdur Raheem,author of the famous MADINAH ARABIC COURSE. I cannot recommend it highly enough! Brilliant website mashaa Allaah!

    Maryam

    • Abu Zainab 17/12/2014 at 1:43 pm - Reply

      wa alaykum salam, jazak Allahu khayran for the comment. I’m sure it’ll help someone.

  8. javed044 14/04/2015 at 12:52 am - Reply

    Thank you for this great article, I would like to take the chance for learning of Spanish tutors and students who are looking for learning Spanish conversation Skype to view this wonderful website that offers Spanish Skype classes
    http://preply.com/en/spanish-by-skype

  9. Jameelah 12/05/2015 at 7:47 pm - Reply

    Asalamu aikum sheikh, I am a Canadian convert for 15 years now, and I have a strong desire to learn fusha Arabic. I have started studying Arabic online now for the last 8 months, but I want some extra lessons so that I can strengthen my learning, and have a chance to practice orally. Can you contact me with some more information inshallah? My name is Jameelah Tahirah. Shukrun.

    • Shoaib Muhammad 12/01/2016 at 5:54 pm - Reply

      Assalamualaykum sister.I teach Fusha/ Modern Standard Arabic online. I give my students complete understanding of Arabic grammar ( علم النحو والصرف) so that they are able to speak and write correctly and also understand The Holy Quran, Hadis and books of Fiqh in their own language. Contact for 2 free lessons:
      shoaib_mh (at) yahoo.com
      skype: shoaib_mh
      جزاك الله

    • Shoaib Muhammad 15/01/2016 at 6:04 pm - Reply

      السلام عليكم
      dear brothers and sister here is a very good website for learning Fusha Arabic online with one on one teacher:
      http://www.onlinearabiclearning.com
      جزاكم الله

  10. Hichy Elite 27/04/2016 at 12:52 pm - Reply

    Thank you so much for this useful resources
    Here is a another one, which offers learning Arabic tips and ideas
    http://learnarize.com/category/learn-arabic/

  11. Firoz Khan 20/10/2016 at 12:22 pm - Reply

    Muslims states must provide free arabic teaching to expat muslims.

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