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  1. Learn Quran Online with this comprehensive Quran Learning Course that will help you achieve perfect Tajweed, Recitation, Develop your Quran Reading Skills and Work on Quran Memorization. How would you like to have the confidence that you can learn to read Quran online? Or become a Hafiz of the Quran in recitation and/or memorization and one of the most respected leaders and intellectuals in your community? Through Studio Arabiya, you can easily learn online how to read the Quran, as well as memorizing and reciting it by completing our all-inclusive Quran course. Mastering and learning the Quran is a spiritual and mental journey that will bring you a deep understanding of the principles of being a good Muslim. By taking our Quran classes you’ll build your understanding of Allah's recitations so that you can apply them into your everyday life. What will you learn? Quran reading, memorization, and recitation with tajweed rules With the support and guidance of your teacher, you’ll learn to recite the Quran as well as memorize more ayat and surahs by using the proper techniques and rules of Tajweed. You will also learn the rules of proper recitation including Sifaat (qualities of the letters and proper mouth formation) and Mukh'arij Al'Huruf (proper pronunciation and articulation of each letter). With Studio Arabiya courses you have the option to study further and become a Hafiz of the Quran in recitation and/or memorization and one of the most respected leaders and intellectuals in your community. Our program is divided into 10 levels and with each level taking approximately up to 20-55 hours. Any level of skill can enroll in the course. If your goal is to accurately memorize the Book of Allah, or learning the general of verses or learning the reasons for revealing the verses, we will provide you with experienced and prepared tutors with all the tools in order to succeed.
  2. What is the charm of the Arabic language? Why would anyone invest effort and time to learn it? Is it difficult to learn Arabic? Yes, it is a challenging but rewarding endeavor. Arabic is not just a spoken language among people, like other languages, rather it is the language through which Almighty Allah spoke with to our prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him). It is the language of the Qur'an. Arabic is one of the Semitic languages, the fourth most spoken language in the world, with nearly 467 million people speaking it worldwide and the official language for the Arab and some other countries. Learning Arabic For Beginners Indeed, learning a new language is always a courageous step, but when a new language does not share roots with your native language, it is even more difficult. So, as a beginner, how can one learn Arabic? What are the most useful steps that simplify the learning process? Arabic has an entirely different system of alphabets, and there are almost no shared words between it and the English language. Fortunately, there are useful steps for a learner to make the learning method easier. Without a doubt, these steps need perseverance, commitment, hard work, and time. What is the charm of the Arabic language? Why would anyone invest effort and time to learn it? Is it difficult to learn Arabic? Yes, it is a challenging but rewarding endeavor. Arabic is not just a spoken language among people, like other languages, rather it is the language through which Almighty Allah spoke with to our prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him). It is the language of the Qur'an. Arabic is one of the Semitic languages, the fourth most spoken language in the world, with nearly 467 million people speaking it worldwide and the official language for the Arab and some other countries. Indeed, learning a new language is always a courageous step, but when a new language does not share roots with your native language, it is even more difficult. So, as a beginner, how can one learn Arabic? What are the most useful steps that simplify the learning process? Arabic has an entirely different system of alphabets, and there are almost no shared words between it and the English language. Fortunately, there are useful steps for a learner to make the learning method easier. Without a doubt, these steps need perseverance, commitment, hard work, and time.
  3. Have you been thinking about learning Arabic but you struggle with having the time and finding a good tutor to start with you from scratch or at your own level? Are you skeptical about learning Arabic online via video conference platforms like Skype or Zoom because you are not sure it will really work for you? We, at Studio Arabiya, hear you and are eager to solve any of your problems or concerns, and invite you to join us for a successful Arabic learning journey online! Keep reading to know all about what we can do for you. What Are Studio Arabiya Classes? Studio Arabiya Institute, founded in 2011, has swiftly grown to become one of the major online Arabic and Quran schools, offering education in all elements of the Arabic language, the Quran, and even Islamic Studies, for all ages and levels. As one of the most significant and largest Arabic and Quran centers for non-native speakers of Arabic and the Quran, we teach both online and live classes in Egypt. Because our aim is to provide high-quality Arabic education to people all over the world, Studio Arabiya Institute provides a variety of Arabic courses taught by professional native speakers who have extensive experience in teaching people of all ages. All these classes can be taught online via our online student portal - which seamlessly integrates Zoom - to those who can't take them in person or live across the world with no reliable institution to teach Arabic.
  4. What is the charm of the Arabic language? Why would anyone invest effort and time to learn it? Is it difficult to learn Arabic? Yes, it is a challenging but rewarding endeavor. Arabic is not just a spoken language among people, like other languages, rather it is the language through which Almighty Allah spoke with to our prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him). It is the language of the Qur’an. How To Learn Arabic Arabic is one of the Semitic languages, the fourth most spoken language in the world, with nearly 467 million people speaking it worldwide and the official language for the Arab and some other countries. Indeed, learning a new language is always a courageous step, but when a new language does not share roots with your native language, it is even more difficult. So, as a beginner, how can one learn Arabic? What are the most useful steps that simplify the learning process? Arabic has an entirely different system of alphabets, and there are almost no shared words between it and the English language. Fortunately, there are useful steps for a learner to make the learning method easier. Without a doubt, these steps need perseverance, commitment, hard work, and time. You have to choose which type of the Arabic language you need to learn since there are three types; which are: The old standard Arabic language The new standard Arabic language The non-standard Arabic (which has many dialects such as the Egyptian, Levantine, Moroccan, Iraqi, and others) Sometimes an Arabic speaker cannot understand other dialects even if both have the same origin, Arabic. A very critical reason that may help a foreigner to choose which type to learn is the purpose he/ she seeks. For instance, if you are a Muslim and you want to learn how to read the Holy Qur’an, to feel the sweetness of the words of the Almighty Allah, and to understand his teachings, you need to learn the old standard Arabic. Also, if you want to learn Arab history or science, the new standard Arabic will be sufficient for this purpose. Whereas if you want to know the Arab culture, understand their music and films hence the dialectic language should be your choice. You need to choose which one is suitable for you to learn; the Egyptian and Levantine are the most popular ones.
  5. What is the charm of the Arabic language? Why would anyone invest effort and time to learn it? Is it difficult to learn Arabic? Yes, it is a challenging but rewarding endeavor. Arabic is not just a spoken language among people, like other languages, rather it is the language through which Almighty Allah spoke with to our prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him). It is the language of the Qur'an. Arabic is one of the Semitic languages, the fourth most spoken language in the world, with nearly 467 million people speaking it worldwide and the official language for the Arab and some other countries. Learn Arabic Language Indeed, learning a new language is always a courageous step, but when a new language does not share roots with your native language, it is even more difficult. So, as a beginner, how can one learn Arabic? What are the most useful steps that simplify the learning process? Arabic has an entirely different system of alphabets, and there are almost no shared words between it and the English language. Fortunately, there are useful steps for a learner to make the learning method easier. Without a doubt, these steps need perseverance, commitment, hard work, and time. Step 1 - Decide Which Form of the Arabic Language You Want to Learn You have to choose which type of the Arabic language you need to learn since there are three types; which are: The old standard Arabic language The new standard Arabic language The non-standard Arabic (which has many dialects such as the Egyptian, Levantine, Moroccan, Iraqi, and others) Sometimes an Arabic speaker cannot understand other dialects even if both have the same origin, Arabic. A very critical reason that may help a foreigner to choose which type to learn is the purpose he/ she seeks. For instance, if you are a Muslim and you want to learn how to read the Holy Qur'an, to feel the sweetness of the words of the Almighty Allah, and to understand his teachings, you need to learn the old standard Arabic. Also, if you want to learn Arab history or science, the new standard Arabic will be sufficient for this purpose. Whereas if you want to know the Arab culture, understand their music and films hence the dialectic language should be your choice. You need to choose which one is suitable for you to learn; the Egyptian and Levantine are the most popular ones. Step 2 - Mastering the Arabic Alphabet "Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase." ~ Martin Luther King, Jr. Knowing the letters is the actual first step in learning Arabic and the hardest one, but you will be able to achieve your goal by following organized guidance. Firstly, you need to download the alphabet chart of the Arabic language and practice Arabic letters. Secondly, familiarize yourself with the vowel diacritics and other symbols. It is important to mention that the diacritics in the Arabic language are almost equal the vowels in English. Since a speaker pronounces them after each letter and at the beginning of any word - the Arabic language starts with a vowel, not a consonant letter. The diacritics, for example, are the fat-hah, the kasrah, and the damma. Thirdly, you need to study the changes of the letterforms; Arabic has ten usual verb patterns. Finally, you have to listen to the Alphabet spoken by the native speakers. Step 3 - Immerse Yourself in the Language After being familiar with the Arabic letters and their sounds, you need to start to get involved in the language. Many linguists have said that the principal role for learning any language is by exposure, and that could be achieved through dealing with the language; especially, through listening to the native speakers. First, you should listen to Arabic broadcasts to familiarize yourself with common words and phrases. Another thing is to watch and listen to television interviews and news; so, you get involved in actual situations and everyday conversations. You will find most films used the Egyptian and Levantine dialects- then you can proceed to the documentaries, and historical and Islamic films, which are in standard Arabic. Another important tool is to label the items around you, whether in your house, office or car, with their equivalents in Arabic; and, whenever you see them, repeat aloud until you memorize them. Finally, you can read children's books that have stories with simple and basic words until you could improve your level gradually by reading more specialized books that interest you. Step 4 - Practice Listening and Reading Comprehension Texts Practice, practice, and more practice is the most effective method to gain any skill. As a beginner learner of a foreign language, you need to practice the skills you have learned and ensured a full understanding and comprehension of passages in that language. Studio Arabiya offers learning resources in primary language to help you with a comprehensive understanding of Arabic. Visit the website and you can find native teachers who can teach you very effective methods of learning their language. They will test your level and work with you to achieve higher levels of mastering the language. Step 5 - Speak Arabic with Natives A careful listener is a great speaker. If you listen carefully to your teachers' instructions, to the sounds of the letters you have been taught, to the passages you have heard and read silently; then, you will be able to speak the language. And, what is the benefit of learning a language without speaking it? For that, the most prominent benefit you can gain from speaking a language will be through speaking with its natives. By that, you will practice the authentic language within real situations, be exposed to the correct ways of the pronunciation of the words, and be familiar with the different sounds of the letters. Find a partner and practice with them. We should, therefore, thank technology for making practicing a language with the natives, possible and available. Studio Arabiya provides this possibility.
  6. If you're considering learning Arabic or if you already speak Arabic and want to take it further then take a look at Path to Arabic. See what they have to offer and if you like what you see then give it a go. We would like to hear from you and welcome any suggestions to promote and enhance the learning of Arabic.
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