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  1. 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. 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. The courses vary from very basic Arabic lessons to short Arabic courses for even the most sophisticated literature. Both the fundamentals of the language, such as the Arabic alphabet and verb conjugation and advanced topics, such as Arabic poetry and deep etymology, are taught. Can I Really Master The Arabic Language Online Via Zoom? Some people doubt the process of learning a new language merely via online sessions. However, Studio Arabiya's classes are not just online sessions. We provide you with structured classes, premium educational materials, and professional tutoring in a variety of class settings. So, YES! You can master the Arabic language online via Zoom with Studio Arabiya insha'Allah. All you have to do is register for the course you wish to take by filling the enrollment form, and the Studio Arabiya team will get in touch with you. Then you leave it all to them, confident that you'll learn the proper way. What Can I Learn With Studio Arabiya? You can learn all about the Arabic language from the most basic fundamentals to the more advanced topics. The study of classical Arabic encompasses numerous sciences, all of which are addressed in our courses. Here you will discover lessons and activities to help you improve your reading, writing, pronunciation, lexicology and vocabulary, grammar and syntax, morphology, etymology, rhetoric, and poetry. Here's what you can learn with Studio Arabiya courses on Zoom in detail: 1. Arabic Reading The Arabic reading course includes learning the Arabic Alphabet (Abjad) and how the letters are read and written. There are a total of 28 letters in Arabic (Abjad). The basic shape of each of the 28 Arabic letters varies depending on whether the letter is at the beginning, middle, or end of the word. You won't be able to comprehend Arabic transcripts until you can read and write each of these letters. We even offer an Arabic Reading course specifically designed for children! 2. Arabic Pronunciation To learn Arabic pronunciation you need to learn the vowel marks (Tashkeel) that helps the reader make the Arabic sound correctly. Tashkeel refers to the tiny symbols - or diacritical marks - put above or under Arabic letters. They may or may not appear in all types of Arabic writing, such as the Modern Standard. They are, nevertheless, required in order to learn how to read and comprehend Holy books like the Quran or Ahadith (prophetic narrations ﷺ). If Tashkeel is not understood correctly, it might shift the meaning of words and cause confusion or misunderstanding. 3. Arabic Conversation Arabic conversation can easily be learnt by listening to audio materials featuring common situational contexts in Arabic. The course provides audio conversations that you can listen to at your pace, repeat and practice, as well as a lot of vocabulary needed for everyday conversations in Arabic and exercises. 4. Arabic Syntax (Nahw) Arabic Nahw teaches you the arrangement of words and phrases to create well-formed sentences. So, in order to create a useful structured sentence, you need to use Nahw rules. As a side remark, syntax (nahw) is often what we study while learning how to create appropriate speech, whether written or spoken. Without Nahw rules you can't make logical arrangements of words and your speech will sound confusing. 5. Arabic Morphology (Sarf) Arabic Morphology (sarf) is a branch of classical Arabic that focuses on the meanings derived from patterns and additional letters inside a word's structure. Tense, voice, and other implications, such as the concept of searching in the attached sample, are examples of these meanings. This is considered to be an advanced level of Arabic learning, which you also find among Studio Arabiya courses. 6. Classical Arabic Classical Arabic is the standardized literary form of the Arabic language which was in use from the 7th century through the Middle Ages (in the 1500s), reaching as far West as today's Portugal and as far East as India. It is the language of the Quran (although Quranic Arabic is really its own kind - more on that below) making it the original language of Islam, as well as many other religious and non-religious literary texts of that time period, including poetry and scientific works. Classical Arabic is now limited to mainly religious scripts and is no longer a spoken language.
  2. Why should we learn a second language? 10 reasons! The younger, the better? A growing mind can pick up languages quickly, which is why it is an excellent idea to teach children different languages when they are young. It’s never too early for your child to begin learning one - or several - foreign languages. By teaching your child a foreign language from a young age, you provide an opportunity to develop powerful cognitive benefits that will help them to succeed not only academically, but in their future careers. 1.You can speak to more people At the end of the day, isn’t this why most people learn a second language? When you can speak to people in their own language you deepen connections and understanding. Learn a foreign language as a child and you have a lifetime to benefit from cross-cultural friendships, broader career opportunities, exciting travel adventures and deeper insights into how others see the world. 2. It grows kids’ brains Studies have shown that people who are bilingual are better at tasks that require multi-tasking and attention focusing than monolinguals. Brain scans show they have more gray matter in the regions of their brain that are involved in executive function. The hypothesis is that the effort to constantly choose the right language at the right time provides a “mental gymnastics” for bilinguals which gives them extra practice in focusing their attention. 3. demonstrate cognitive advantages There are also many benefits that children can reap when they learn a second language. A number of research studies have shown that children who have learned a second language at a young age demonstrate cognitive advantages, such as increased problem-solving skills and creativity. Children also develop an interest in and curiosity about different cultures and ideas when they have a foundation in other languages. This makes them more comfortable growing up in our increasingly global society, where languages and cultures intersect every day. 4. Building and keeping cultural connections Some of us are lucky enough to have a relative from the old country who still speaks their mother tongue frequently. To be able to communicate with them in that “foreign” language builds a bridge—not only to that person, but to the heritage and history they represent. To maintain that connection keeps memories, stories and traditions alive—and brings to life new memories, stories and traditions as well. 5. .Higher test scores Numerous reports have proven that students who have studied a foreign language perform much better than their monolingual peers on many standardized tests. In fact, the 2007 College Bound Seniors report (US), issued by the College Board, which administers the SAT, vividly demonstrates the significant benefits of studying a foreign language. The report shows that students with 4 or more years of foreign language study score on average 140 points higher (out of 800) than students with half a year or less experience on the Critical Reading section, and almost another 140 in the Math section and over 150 points higher on Writing. 6. Greater confidence Children are always discovering new things, but learning a new language is a uniquely rewarding experience—at any age. For children, the feeling of accomplishment that comes with their first steps toward a second language can spur them on to a deeper and broader passion for learning in general. And because children are at a special “window of opportunity” in which language learning is intuitive and natural, the ease and pleasure of the experience may boost their confidence and their desire for new discoveries. 7. Bigger view of the world Traveling abroad is an experience which can benefit anyone, offering not just new sites to see, but new frames of mind and new perspectives. But going abroad and feeling comfortable in the language of your destination means you’re doing more than just traveling—going from your home to another place, and then back home. You can feel as if you’re a part of the culture and the life of this new world, as if you aren’t a total stranger just visiting. Like reading a poem in another tongue you know, you will hear more than just the language—you will hear the music behind it as well, and the life. 8. Learning a second language prepares children to be expert problem solvers Children who learn a second language grow up to be expert problem-solvers and creative thinkers. Their brains experience a constant workout from a young age as they try to sort out which language to speak and when. Researchers have found that in addition to enhanced problem-solving skills, bilingual children are better at planning, conentrating, and multi-tasking. And, they score higher on standardized tests. By teaching your child a second language at a young age, you are setting them up for success. 9. It boosts empathy Dr. Katherine Kinzler, at Cornell University, tested monolingual and bilingual children on a task which required them to consider someone else’s perspective to understand her meaning. Children in bilingual environments performed better than monolingual children. As Dr. Kinzler explains, “children in multilingual environments have social experiences that provide routine practice in considering the perspectives of others: they have to think about who speaks which language to whom, who understands which content, and the times and places in which different languages are spoken.” 10. Create a casual learning environment The best way for a child to learn to understand a new language is to hear it being spoken regularly. Find television shows, books, CDs, restaurants, and other means of exposing your child to the second language on a regular, frequent basis. Visit a community where the language is spoken. Learning Arabic online Learning a second language is easier as a child The younger, the better? When kids are still babies, their mind is being constructed and structured every day in order to understand the stimulus that they get from the world around them. Experts say that children who learn a language before their teenage years are more likely than older learners to achieve native-like pronunciation. Furthermore, research has found that kids have an innate ability to acquire the rules of any language - an ability that disappears by adulthood. One of the main benefits of learning a second language at an early age is that children learn languages faster and easier. They have more time to learn, less to learn, fewer inhibitions, and a brain designed for language learning. In short, teaching your child a second language at an early age saves them from having to learn a second language as an adult. It’s never too early to begin learning a language: it’s fun, it promotes healthy development, and the many cognitive and social benefits will last a lifetime.
  3. Register here: http://onlinearabic.org/register-online Our programs: Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (ECA), both (MSA & ECA), Arabic for Kids, Arabic for business, Arabic for Media and conversational Arabic. Why we are different?! - Affordable prices. - Very flexible schedules. - Native & professional teachers. - Female teachers for "sisters". - Free (2 lessons) trial. - Free placement test. - Free Certificates. - Free Arabic material. - No registration & no obligation. - 100% Safe. - We have over 15 years experience in teaching Arabic language for non-native Arabic. for more information visit our website: http://onlinearabic.org/
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