Conquering Your Arabic Language Obstacles

Learning Arabic the Natural Way™

The second top reason people gave for why they still haven’t learnt Arabic yet, is that they found it really difficult. Nouns, verbs, gerunds, accusative, genitive, nominative cases— they didn’t even know this in their own language yet they were having to learn Arabic grammar in English.

The problem is that many courses put a lot of focus on grammar before you’ve even learnt how to understand and speak.

Many individuals perceive learning Arabic as an arduous task, primarily due to its linguistic complexities. The unfamiliar script, distinct sounds, and intricate grammar structures can initially seem daunting. However, it’s essential to remember that you’ve successfully learnt a language before— your mother tongue, such as English.

Drawing upon your previous language acquisition experience can serve as a valuable foundation and boost your confidence in tackling the challenges posed by Arabic. While the journey may be different, the skills and strategies you developed while learning your first language can be applied to make mastering Arabic more manageable.

You didn’t know English when you were in your mother’s womb! You had to learn to speak it. And you didn’t learn about nouns and verbs, accusative, genitive, nominative tenses as a baby, did you? You saw objects, heard words, began to understand these words, started to use them (sometimes incorrectly and then you’d be corrected). It was natural. You were immersed in that language…

And this is how we believe you can make learning Arabic so much easier than how many courses teach it!

Firstly you start thinking in the new language right from the start. You hear words over and over again. You connect them to objects by looking at pictures. You see a picture of a book and say, “Hadha kitab”, you see a picture of a pen and say, “Hadha qalam”. In your mind, you link the word “qalam” to the picture of the pen, rather than to the English word “pen”. So you won’t be translating in your head. You’ll actually be thinking in Arabic. Once you learn physical objects, you then move onto abstract concepts like hunger, thirst and so on…

And you do this by having someone guide you and hold your hand while you learn— just the way you learnt your first language when you were a baby– By listening, understanding, repeating, getting corrected and so on. When the right method is used, you can learn Arabic quickly and with ease — without all the struggles of complex grammar. By the way, grammar IS important but only after you have an initial base; not right at the start.

Streamlined Learning

Avoid the confusion of switching between different methods and stay focused on a consistent approach.

Interactive Teaching

Say goodbye to one-way lectures; our personalised instruction engages you in two-way communication.

Convenient Learning

Eliminate the need for travel and group classes, bringing the classroom to you wherever you are.

PersonaliSed Progress

Receive one-on-one lessons tailored to your pace, allowing you to concentrate efficiently without distractions.

Here’s Why it is Tailored for You

Journey to Fluency

Our Team

Our dedicated support team is at your disposal to ensure you get started promptly on your educational journey. If, at any point, you find the need to make adjustments such as changing your assigned teacher or class times, we encourage you to communicate your preferences with us. Your satisfaction and comfort are our top priorities, and we are here to accommodate your needs to ensure a smooth and personalised learning experience tailored just for you.

Your Teacher

Our faculty comprises graduates from esteemed institutions, including the renowned Azhar University, and many hold Ijazahs for Qur’anic instruction. Rigorous screening, testing, and selection processes are employed to choose instructors based on their profound knowledge and dedication to teaching. Furthermore, we also maintain a process of reviewing and monitoring our instructors, ensuring a steadfast commitment to a high-quality teaching standards consistently.


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