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    !السلام عليكم إخواني و أخواتي

    Has anyone ever tried to learn Arabic through Arab Academy (www.arabacademy.com)?

    I tried out a demo of their website-based learning, and it seems incredibly comprehensive and organized in terms of grammar concepts, exercises, and readings. Tons of reading, actually (which is a good thing for us language learners!)

    So...anyone know about them? Anyone know anyone else who's studying with them? Some information would be greatly appreciated!

    جزاكم الله خيرا
    الْعِلْمُ نُورٌ

  • #2
    Re: Arab Academy

    Originally posted by fandanstan View Post
    !السلام عليكم إخواني و أخواتي

    Has anyone ever tried to learn Arabic through Arab Academy (www.arabacademy.com)?

    I tried out a demo of their website-based learning, and it seems incredibly comprehensive and organized in terms of grammar concepts, exercises, and readings. Tons of reading, actually (which is a good thing for us language learners!)

    So...anyone know about them? Anyone know anyone else who's studying with them? Some information would be greatly appreciated!

    جزاكم الله خيرا
    No I only use free stuffs. There are some great free stuffs that can be used to learn arabic.
    Here are some links.
    lqtoronto.com madinah arabic series

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    • #3
      Re: Arab Academy

      السلام عليكم
      Asalaamu a3alaykum everyone


      Profile:

      Name: Mahmoud Maki
      Nationality and Location: Egyptian and Egypt
      Education: A graduate of Al-Azhar University
      Experience: Over 10 years of experience in teaching Arabic, the Islamic Sciences, fiqh, tafseer and aqeedah to non-native speakers of Arabic, namely those from a western background rates are excellent, much much cheaper than what you'd pay for a tutor in the UK or else where.

      Ustadh Meki teaches the following subjects:


      Classical Arabic Language - Beginners to advanced




      First Step to Quran Reading


      This course is for those students who wish to take their first steps into learning to read and write the Arabic script of the Qur’an starting from the Alphabet with its (Makhraj) correct pronunciations. It will cover learning the letters, vowel and the basic rules needed for Quranic reading. At the end of the course the student will be able to read the Quran and identify the letters, vowels and different symbols of tajweed. The reader will also learn a very easy simplified way of linking the letters and vowels together to read the Quran correctly



      How to proceed? Simply add on skype at mahmoud.maki2

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