Common Mistakes Arabic Speakers Make in English
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Common Mistakes Arabic Speakers Make in English

Understand how your first language affects the way you learn English
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Created by Ikram Mohamed
Last updated 8/2017
English
Price: $40
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the role your first language plays when learning English
  • Establish an understanding of the distinction between Arabic and English
  • Avoid making the grammar mistakes common in Arabic speakers
  • Avoid commonly misused words by Arabic speakers
  • Learn how to distinguish different sounds to improve pronunciation
  • Discover practical tips for improving reading skills
  • Recognize the link between reading skills and good writing skills
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Requirements
  • The willingness to improve their English
Description

This course is the result of 4 years of working with Arabic students and experiencing the unique challenges they face when learning English. It's specially designed to address these challenges so that the information in this course will equip you with the tools you need to become confident and fluent in English. 

You will discover how many of the mistakes you make are not due to ignorance of the language or your individual challenges in English, but is common to all Arabic speakers. This is because a person's first language interferes with the learning of the second language, and thus, they unintentionally transfer a lot of Arabic rules to English. 

Whether your challenges are in grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, reading or writing skills, this course will allow you to understand why you make the mistakes you make, and how you can avoid them in the future and become more confident in your English language skills. 

Who is the target audience?
  • Arabic speakers who want to improve their English language
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Curriculum For This Course
14 Lectures
01:11:35
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Introduction
14 Lectures 01:11:35

Lesson 1 Types of Errors
02:54

Lesson 1
5 questions

Lesson 2 Common Grammar Mistakes
04:49

Lesson 2
5 questions

Lesson 3 Pronunciation - Part 1
06:36


Lesson 3 Pronunciation - Part 3
05:13

Lesson 3
5 questions

Lesson 4 - Misused words
07:16

Lesson 4
5 questions

Lesson 5 Reading Skills - Part 1
03:44

Lesson 5 Reading Skills - Part 2
04:25


Lesson 5 Reading Skills - Part 4
04:49

Lesson 5
5 questions

Lesson 6 Punctuation
06:42

Lesson 6
5 questions

Bonus Lesson
02:25

Conclusion
01:39
About the Instructor
Ikram Mohamed
5.0 Average rating
4 Reviews
114 Students
2 Courses
CELTA and TEFL qualified English Teacher

Hello there and thanks for checking out my course!

I am a British teacher with almost 10 years experience teaching English as a foreign language. I have both TEFL and CELTA teaching qualifications, but more importantly, I am continuously looking for ways to develop as a teacher so I can offer my students the best guidance possible. 

Over the years I have taught English to thousands of students from all over the world, and whether they are university students, housewives, doctors, lawyers, consultants or accountants, my former and current students appreciate my approach to teaching language. Learning should be an enjoyable endeavour and my goal is to share with my students the tools they need to achieve their fluency goals. If you like traditional teachers who teach every grammar rule, tell you to memorise information or read boring textbooks, then I am not the right teacher for you! However, if you want to learn English easily and have fun while doing that, then I am happy to have you as a student :) 

I have learned both French and Arabic, and I am currently learning Spanish. So you can say I love languages!