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Arabic Language: Complete Arabic course: MSA + Dialects 2024

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Master Speaking, Reading and Writing Arabic with native Arabic accent fast / certified teacher| 20+ years experience

What you'll learn:
  • Speak Arabic FAST like Arabs with ALL Arabic speakers using the ROOT SYSTEM instead of LONG LISTS of vocabulary & check your pronunciation with Free AI tools
  • Master writing and reading Arabic just like an Arab & read stories and the Quran
  • Be able to figure out meaning of Arabic words you never learned by using the ROOT SYSTEM & Make your own sentences
  • Eliminate your bad Arabic accent and sound like a native Arabic speaker using my unique technique
  • How to make your own sentences and continue learning Arabic vocabulary on your own directly from the dictionary
  • Tips to accelerate your Arabic learning process
  • Master Arabic pronunciation so you sound like a native Arabic speaker in order to be understood by all Arabic speakers
  • Tips on how to choose which Arabic dialect or Arabic version you should learn
  • Countries where you will be able to speak Arabic
  • How to understand the same phrase spoken in different Arabic dialects
  • How to say the same phrase in different Arabic dialects
  • You will be able to read and correctly pronounce the 28 Arabic letters and the special Arabic character hamza in Formal Arabic and the different Arabic dialects
  • You will be able to differentiate between Arabic soft sounds and amplified sounds.
  • You will learn the differences and commonalities between Arabic sounds and English sounds.
  • You will learn the commonalities between Arabic sounds and non spoken sounds made by English speakers, such as the Arabic sound "kh," the snoring sound.
  • You will learn how to write and pronounce Arabic short vowels including Tanween and Sukoon in Formal Arabic and Arabic dialects.
  • You will learn how to pronounce Arabic long vowels in Modern Standard Arabic.
  • You will learn how to write the 28 Arabic letters and the hamza in their initial, middle, and terminal shapes.
  • You will understand the concept of connecting and non-connecting Arabic letters and learn the names of the Arabic language connecting & non-connecting letters.
  • You will learn how to read, write pronounce Arabic special characters: Shaddah, Hamza of connection, types of Alef, Taa Marbootah, with examples.
  • You will learn the use of hamza in the Arabic dialects compare to Modern Standard Arabic.
  • You will learn the definite and indefinite articles in Modern Standard Arabic and Arabic dialects.
  • You will learn the sun and moon letters in Standard Arabic and Arabic dialects.

Marhaba (Hello and welcome)!

Why choose this course?


1- FREE AI tools

To test your pronunciation

without needing a tutor or someone to listen to you

to tell you if you are pronouncing Arabic Correctly

So you can speak Confidently

2- Tricks on how pronounce Arabic like a native speaker such as:

Where to put the STRESS/ EMPHASIS in words

How certain letters are pronounced differently depending on the dialect

So you can understand and be understood by ALL Arabic speakers

3- A System to help you learn Arabic Quickly

Instead of spending LONG hours

Memorizing LONG lists of vocabulary

4- Tactics & the version of Arabic to communicate with ANY Arabic speaker:

It is NOT MSA as they tell you in other courses

MSA is NOT understood by MOST Arabic speakers

5- Strategies to help you make your own sentences

Instead of being limited to the course sentences

6- Techniques scientifically proven to help you:

Remember what you learn


For ever

7- Methods to be able to Write, Read and pronounce Arabic Correctly

So you can Read Arabic CORRECTLY

Recite the Quran Beautifully!

This course has many components.

Therefore, please skip to the part that you want to learn.

Explanation of above features below.

Do you want to:

1- Start SPEAKING Arabic FAST using the Root system

instead of spending hundreds of hours learning long lists of vocabulary?

2- Start speaking with and understanding ALL Arabic SPEAKERS?

3- READ the Quran, Hadith or any Arabic material?

4- Use FREE AI tools to TEST your PRONUNCIATION and see if Arabs can understand you without having to find someone who speaks Arabic?

5- EASILY REMEMBER what you have learned using the latest methods revealed in brain research?

6- Track your progress with practice tests, exams and answers?

7- Start making your own sentences in Arabic instead of acting like a parrot trying to memorize a bunch of sentences then getting stuck not being able to speak Arabic?

8- Learn Modern Standard Arabic so you can Read:

- Stories,

- The Quran and Hadith

with good and correct Pronunciation?

Let's talk about how you can achieve all the above goals!

1- Start speaking Arabic fast?

  • Without spending hundreds of hours memorizing long lists of vocabulary that you may not remember?

  • Without wasting a lot of energy, getting tired and dropping Arabic all together ?

Unlike other courses on Udemy, this is the only course that gives you a system and techniques which help you:

Understand and remember up to 40 words

you have never heard before

just by

knowing 1 word or the Root.

Amazing! Isn’t it?

Let's see how it works!

There is something similar in English but it is very limited.

In English if you know the meaning of the verb "to write", you can easily guess what the word "writer" means. "Er" at the end means "the one who writes".

In Arabic, you may be able to know the meaning of 40+ words by knowing just 1 word with the system I will teach you in this course.

The root system is a unique and amazing concept in the Arabic language which allows you to rapidly expand your vocabulary.

Once you start recognizing these patterns, it will be very easy for you to learn, guess, and remember the meanings of new words instead of spending hundreds of hours memorizing vocabulary words that you may forget.

These 3 letters "d r s" make the root of words that have the meaning of things to do with studying.

  • Add "a" after the first letter and "a" after the second letter:

    d a r a s

    daras means to study

See if you can figure out the meaning of this word:

"K t. b" the root of words that have the meaning of things to do with writing and


What does "katab" mean?

  • By adding the bold vowels below, we will have a new word:

d aa r i s : daaris means the one who studies which means "student"

See if you can figure out the meaning of this word:

"K t. b" the root of words that have the meaning of things to do with writing:

What does "kaatib" mean?

  • By adding the bold vowels and letters below, we will have a new word.

ma drasah: ma: means the place where we study

madrasah: school

"ah" at the end means that the word is feminine

Since the root "k. t. b" has to do with books, what does "maktabah" mean?

2- Start speaking and understanding all Arabic speakers?

Be careful!

Modern Standard Arabic is NOT spoken as other courses tell you and NOT all Arabs understand the pure version of it.

I have translated and interpreted in person and on the phone for 20+ years in US courts, hospitals, schools, business meetings, customer service calls and many more for Arabic speakers from all Arabic countries.

Therefore, I know what Arabic speakers speak and understand.

I actually was the highest paid interpreter because I know all Arabic dialects and I could communicate with all Arabic speakers.

I was often called to replace interpreters who tried to use Modern Standard Arabic but failed to communicate with the individuals they were trying to interpret for.

Unlike the other courses on Udemy that teach you Modern Standard Arabic as a spoken language, I will teach you the language and dialects that Arabic speakers/ Arabs actually use to speak:

  • White Dialect: White Dialect is the answer

It is the version of Arabic that Arabs use to communicate with each other when they do not speak the same dialect.

White Dialect is made by using:

Common Words between dialects

Pronounced the dialect way most of the time


Grammar and Conjugation rules from Arabic dialects NOT the complicated ones from MSA


Words from dialects not used in MSA

Be careful:

In White Dialect:

a- To say "Where", we do NOT say "Ayna":

We use "Ween or Feen"

I saw that the other courses are telling you to use:

"Ayna" for "where"

It is Not understood by all Arabic speakers/Arabs

b- To say "What", we do NOT say "Maathaa or Maa"

As the other Arabic courses teach you.

We use "Shoo" from Levantine dialect


"eeh" from Egyptian dialect

"Maathaa or Maa" are Not understood by all Arabic speakers/Arabs

c- I saw that some courses use "thahab" meaning "to go".

This verb is not understood by all Arabic speakers. Instead use "raaH"

3- Speak and understand the version of Arabic that suits your needs:

In addition to White Dialect, I continue to upload videos from my classes in:

  • Levantine Dialect

  • Gulf dialect

  • Egyptian dialect

I will also teach you:

The differences in pronunciation in all dialects so you can understand all Arabic speakers.

4- Free AI tools to practice and test your pronunciation and see if Arabs can understand you?

I figured out these tools for my own private students and you will benefit from them also.

5- Easily remember what you have learned?

Again this course is different in a way that it takes in consideration how the human brain learns and easily remembers information especially languages. My background is in biology so I know how the brain works.

I use:

  • Color coding:

Studies show that color helps us in memorizing information by increasing our attentional level.

I take the time to color each word in sentences the same color in both English and Arabic to help you learn it easily and remember it forever..

  • Repetition:

I repeat and make you repeat what you learn.

Scientifically, by repeating the same thing many times, connections between neurons in the brain get stronger and therefore, the information moves to the permanant memory. This way you will remember what you learn forever.

“Repetition is the mother of learning.” ― Zig Ziglar.

  • A spiral learning method meaning that you will learn Arabic vocabulary, sentence construction in the Arabic language, Arabic grammar and Arabic conjugation by mastering one topic at a time.

  • Techniques on how to remember any information you learn:

I will also give you other techniques and systems to help you remember what you learn.

You will see that in the course

6- Track your progress with tests, exams and answers?

  • Practice tests:

    • Each lesson is followed by practice tests

    • Each section is followed by an exam

This is the only course that will help you test if Arabic speakers will be able to understand you.

7- Start making your own sentences instead of acting like a parrot memorizing a bunch of sentences?

Unlike other courses, I will teach you how sentences are made and their structure compared to English so you can make your own sentences.

This will help you start making your own sentences and speaking quickly.

8- Read stories, the Quran and Hadith with good and correct


This course also teaches you:

  • The Pure Modern Standard Arabic

Stories are written in Modern Standard Arabic.

The Holy Quran and Hadith are written in Classical Arabic.

Check lecture 4: How many Arabic dialects are there? Is MSA

the same as classical Arabic?

Other courses do NOT help you learn the correct pronunciation

and only teach you the alphabet.

There is more to reading Arabic than just learning the alphabet.

We will cover how to read Arabic Perfectly including where to put the emphasis or stress, the supplemental characters, and much more.

You will pronounce Arabic better than some Arabs.

Keep in mind that NOT All Arabs and Arabic speakers can read and pronounce Modern Standard Arabic CORRECTLY!

Sorry to say that in courses on Udemy, the individuals who teach MSA do not even pronounce it correctly and do not know the grammar and conjugation.

Modern Standard Arabic which is the Formal Arabic Not the spoken Arabic as other courses tell you.

  • Check out lecture 4 in my course!

This course has the correct pronunciation not as I saw in many courses where the person who teaches the course (most of them are not even teachers) mispronouncing letters and making grammar and conjugation mistakes.

Can you teach Formal English if you just speak everyday English? Of course not.


- The letter ذ is supposed to be pronounced in MSA similar to "th" as in "this"

NOT "Z" as I saw in many courses.

Check lecture 34 in my course for the pronunciation of this letter in MSA.

- Arabic words in MSA have endings depending on their position in the sentence. These

ending were wrong in these courses.

Unfortunately beginners Arabic learners do not the difference, only advanced ones know and I saw some reviews on other courses pointing out to these mistakes.

I am a voiceover talent and therefore I know how to pronounce MSA the correct wa

Don't take my word for it, see what this student said about it: (Check the reviews)

"A Perfect Course for Beginners. This course is well-structured and well-delivered. First, Nezha (The teacher) went through how each letter is written and pronounced (in Modern Standard Arabic). I like how she also explained how some dialects pronounced some letters differently from the MSA. Then, she taught some simple everyday phrases (and sentence patterns), which is more useful for beginners rather than going straight to grammars and vocabulary, so the students who knew nothing at all about Arabic (like me) can have a basic idea on how the language work (kinda). The color coding on each slide is GENIUS. It helps students to understand what each word means on each phrase without relying on a lengthy dictionary-like table format."

Also before enrolling in an Arabic course, please look at:

1- How organized the Arabic course is:

The sections are organized in a way that will help you learn Arabic gradually and not get lost.

If you already know how to read and write Arabic, you can skip the how to read and write Arabic.

2- How it is presented:

Using color coding helps your brain remember what you learn. I don't just use colors. I use them to emphasize what you need to remember.

3- How much content you are getting not by counting the hours but the quantity of information and the value of the information given.

I will be adding more topics.

I used my 20+ years of experience teaching and tutoring Arabic to create this Complete Arabic course to help you learn Arabic and go from zero to hero in reading, writing, and speaking Arabic.


- I will be adding more Arabic videos and Arabic material to the course as you progress.This Arabic course is very organized so you can choose the Arabic topic you would like to learn.

- I am here to help you. I am and will be available to:

  • Answer any questions you may have about Formal Arabic, any Spoken Arabic dialect and any Arabic cultural aspect

  • Add material and videos about any topic you may request

    The biggest mistakes students make when they start learning to speak Arabic are:

  • Not learning the tips and ways that help them pronounce Arabic correctly from the start

  • Not knowing that there are many versions of Arabic and that they should choose one version of Arabic depending on their needs and goals

It is usually not the student's fault to spend years and years learning Arabic and not be understood by Arabic speakers.

Most Arabic teachers throw Arabic words and sentences at you without explaining the techniques to pronounce these Arabic words correctly.

Most teachers don't know all these techniques because they are not linguists.

Many students come to me to take classes in order to reduce or eliminate their heavy accent after spending years learning Arabic.

They feel frustrated because Arabic speakers do not understand them.

During my 20+ years of experience teaching Arabic, translating and working as a full time Arabic linguist, I created and developed a set of techniques and tips that made my students learn Arabic fluently and without having a heavy accent. Therefore Arabic speakers understand them easily.

This comprehensive Arabic course will teach you everything so you can avoid these mistakes.

It is the foundation to achieve success in learning Arabic.

Those who sign up for the course will receive a discount on 1-on-1 Arabic lessons. Contact me for details.


  1. My passion is teaching Arabic

  2. I have been teaching Arabic for 20+ years

  3. I have taught thousands of students to speak Arabic with Arabic speakers from around the world.

    I know what works and what doesn't.

    These students always say:

    "I wish I found you earlier"

  4. I am a certified teacher who learned how humans acquire new information

  5. I am a native speaker of Arabic

  6. I master all Arabic dialects: I have been translating and interpreting for Arabs and Arabic speakers from all Arabic countries.

    Therefore, I know what they speak and what they understand.

  7. I masterModern Standard Arabic

  8. My private students are always satisfied:

    Please check the sample videos and recommendation letters written by my students to see what they say about me as an Arabic teacher!

Please do Not take in consideration the number of students as this is a NEW Arabic course.


We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with the course, you are welcome to get a full refund in the first 30 days. My goal is for my Udemy students to be as satisfied as the thousands of students I have taught in the past.

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