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Try these free demo units and samples. 

The Arabic Alphabet

The Arabic alphabet has 28 letters. Learn how to read and write them.

Arabic words and phrases

Practise useful everyday words and phrases with these useful flash cards.

Arabic for Beginners

Try two sample units from our Beginners to Intermediate Programme.

Try Arabic

Try Arabic! is a short introduction to Arabic. Funded by the British Council.

New to Arabic? Subscribe now to our online Arabic course for Beginners.

 

  • Learn Modern Standard Arabic, which is used and understood throughout the Arab world.
  • Options to study with Arabic script or with Western script (transliteration)
  • Language activities with role plays with voice recording
  • Extensive vocabulary practice
  • Worksheets and eBook to practise handwriting
  • Language notes and grammar explanations
  • Cultural notes including advice on what to do and what not to do
  • Support materials, downloads and study plans

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All our Arabic courses meet the requirements of the
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

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