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LET’S FACE IT…

Everyday thousands of students like yourself make the decision to learn a new language. They go online and try to learn Arabic through websites, videos, audio CDs and books but unfortunately very few succeed.

The reality is that Arabic is hard and you don’t need to be wasting your time and money on magic pills teaching you how to learn Arabic in 3 hours, 3 days or even 3 months. Rather, you need a strategy.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this free webinar:

UNDERSTANDING ARABIC

Modern Standard, Classical, Colloquial, Dialect or Slang – what’s the difference between all of them and what do I need to study to get fluent?

SETTING CLEAR GOALS

Depending on what your goals are, you need a specific plan of action that works for you. That means you need to know what type of Arabic to study and when.

SECRETS TO SUCCESS

What makes some students successful and some student not so successful in their Arabic studies? You just need these 3 keys to guarantee your success.

HOW TO GET FLUENT

We all talk about getting fluent and speaking fluently but how long does that actually take? What do you specifically need to do to make sure this happens.

“Many programs unfortunately are grammar based and have teachers lacking qualifications for teaching Arabic as a Second/Foreign Language to North American ‘ajaamis/students, according to ACTFL standards; additionally most ‘un-trained’ teachers will teach according to how they learn, and Qasid is aware of the varying learning styles of students. With Qasid Online, I am actually using the language and progressing in the four language skills for different registers (MSA, and I am beginning to access some Classical based texts, and it is helping a little with ECA by understanding MSA) I am positive and excited because it meets my short and long term goals of being able to communicate with family, friends, and understand media, along with being able to study Classical Arabic sources.”

Ayesha Nicole, MSA201 Student

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