Why learn Arabic? Arabic is spoken as a first language in 58 countries in the Arab peninsula, the Middle-East and northern Africa. All and all, arabic counts an astounding 310 million speakers, making it the 4th most widely used language in the world! Learning Arabic can be challenging since it has nothing in common with languages like English or French. Furthermore, standard international Arabic is reserved for literature and official communications and not really used in everyday conversations. Conversational Arabic declines itself into 30 different local and national dialects. Despite these difficulties, you can gain many advantages if you invest some time and effort in learning the language. Knowing how to speak Arabic will open for you the doors of national and international companies that are based in the area. Learning Arabic will also help you understand the rich history and cultural heritage of Arab-speaking countries.
Our private Arabic teachers
You want to learn Arabic with a qualified teacher? Take a look at our Arab courses. Our teachers will provide you with a highly personalized learning experience and will adapt their teaching methods to your needs and objectives. Whether you want to take your classes online or in person, we have an Arabic teacher for you. Whether you prefer to study alone or form a small group, our Arabic teachers can accommodate your preferences and schedule.
Arabic lessons with Multi-Language Cafe
Attending a regular language school may not be the most efficient way to learn Arabic if you are quite busy or your schedule often changes at the last minute. If you like to study at your own pace and you need to contact the teacher frequently to ask questions or advice, our private Arab courses are better suited for you. Register for our courses and you will be able to take your classes remotely via the internet, in the comfort of your home, or at a library or coffee shop near you.
You need to start learning Arabic immediately? If you like the idea of a flexible schedule and flexible locations, and if you prefer private or semi-private classes, consult our list of Arab courses. We are always here to help you find the right teachers, register for their courses and book each one of your classes in their calendars.