I'm fluent in 5 languages because I was lucky to be raised in Tunisia, an Arab country on the Mediterranean, & the most multilingual country in the world. Then I moved to California for college education, where I earned an MBA, a Minor in Computers, & a CFPP certificate in Language Teaching at Humboldt State University (HSU) in 2004, before I single-handedly launched the first Arabic course at HSU. After 2 years of maxed out enrollment, the University of Oregon (UO) hired me to design their Arabic program, where I taught Arabic full-time from 2007 to 2011, during which Arabic became the fastest growing language & study abroad program at UO.
At UO, since I was allowed to take courses for free, I fine-tuned the Arabic theory I've developed during the CFPP program at HSU, by taking 3 graduate courses in linguistics (& earned an A in all of them). Since then, UO continues to invite me every first Friday of May, where I give my popular Arabic presentation ("Learn to read & write anything in Arabic in 30 minutes") to a packed room of about 100 high school seniors visiting UO during its annual FLIS Day event.
My Arabic theory (or my copyrighted Arabic learning method) is based on simplifying the Arabic language structure into few simple math equations, after analyzing the linguistic patterns in the Arabic language & after putting myself into my students' shoes & imagining the language obstacles they may face, as I did when I learned some languages at different stages of my life in different parts of the world.
Ready to impress your family & friends 2 hours from now by handwriting their names in Arabic?!