Reading and Writing Arabic - "The Fosha"
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The Reading and Writing Arabic Course is intended for those who want to learn Arabic script. This Arabic course will teach the student to read and write, to draw the letters and connect them and to acquire an extensive vocabulary (about 700 words!) By the end of the course, the student will be able to read conversations and will have an excellent foundation for future Arabic language study.
Who is this course designed for?
The Reading and Writing Arabic course is a beginner's online course, intended for those who have no previous knowledge of the reading and writing Arabic language and wish to acquire fluency in reading and writing Arabic. The course begins by introducing the student to the unique Arabic letters, words, sounds and sentence structures while focusing on reading and writing. At the end of this course, the student will be able to read and write freely and certainly get around as a tourist in an Arabic speaking country.
The reading and writing Arabic Course provides 16 pre-recorded lessons, each about 15 minutes long and a corresponding textbook which supplements the lessons with additional clarifying explanations. The study material includes new Arabic language vocabulary and sentences while simultaneously providing an option for transliteration and translation. In addition, you will receive learning exercises, small conversations, and learn more about Arabic written language.
At any point, you can pause a lesson and continue at another time from exactly where you stopped. The biggest advantage of using our program is that you can learn reading and writing Arabic online anywhere, anytime from any computer. Sign up now for the reading and writing
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Introduction to Eldiwaan Reading and Writing Arabic Course - The "Fosha" program
|Section 2: Reading adn writing|
1 - The First lettersPreview
2 - My first words
3 - Special signs
4 - First Arabic conversation
5 - Exspending abilities
6 - The middle letters
7 - Visiting abu dhabi
8 - Islam and more
9 - Kings and countries
10 - The hamza
|Section 3: Social communication in Arabic|
Learn How to Communicate in a Restaurant in Arabic
Learn Arabic - The market
How to Say the Greetings in Arabic
Learn How to Express Your Wish in Arabic
Learn How to Count in Arabic
|Section 4: Curse Summary & conclusions|
Course Summary & Conclusions
Amer (Amos) is the head of the online course development team for Arabic learning, and an Arabic teacher known throughout Palestine, Israel and the world.
Under his guidance, thousands of students have learned to speak and read Arabic.
Throughout his years as a teacher and as a leading Arabic-study program developer, Amer understands the difficulties that a new student faces in learning the Arabic language.
Amer’s vast experience has led him to create a special online Arabic language learning program.
The only program that understands the difficulties a student faces, and provides the student with helpful tips that will help him acquire rich Arabic language skills.
The Arabic language has flowed through the veins of Amer’s family for generations, and he lives and breathes the language. Amer concentrated his passion for Arabic by founding an Arabic learning institute which collaborates with top universities, where thousands of students come to study Arabic each year.
El Diwaan students include private individuals, employees of various institutions and organizations, university students, diplomats and researchers.
To learn Arabic with Amer is to learn to love the Arabic culture as well as the Arabic language itself.