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Mohamed A.

Mohamed A.

5(35)
Modern Standard Arabic: This course consists of the necessary rules that qualify learners to start speaking MSA. The course provides learners with the knowledge of speaking standard Arabic correctly and accurately. Arabic Conversation with Focus on an Arabic Dialect: This course consists of the necessary rules that qualify learners to start speaking Arabic in a certain accent. Essential Arabic Grammar. a course that covers MSA necessary grammar rules.
$1$15
/30 mins
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Basma N.

Basma N.

4.9(88)
An experienced native Arabic Tutor with a bachelor degree in Arabic/English Translation/ Interpretation, over 10 years of tutoring Experience and a record of successful teaching results. I taught over 100 students who enjoyed the language and used it on daily basis. I specialize in teaching Arabic for beginner/intermediate/Advanced students! All ages welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Not only will you be speaking Arabic in no time, but you will be building a strong foundation of language reading, writing, conversations, sight reading, technique, and more. Let's get started!
$1$34
/30 mins
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Amani A.

Amani A.

4.9(45)
Arabic is the official language of over 20 countries with well over 300 million native speakers. You can learn it now!
$1$30
/30 mins
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Mr. B S.

Mr. B S.

5(17)
Improve your Arabic speaking and writing : friendly teacher with native speaker linguistics
$1$45
/30 mins
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Marie Ange K.

Marie Ange K.

4.9(44)
I'm ready to help you with your MSA or even if you select to learn the Arabic dialect (I teach LCA Levantine Colloquial Arabic: Shami شامي). Believe me it's not that hard I simplified it as much as I can to reach your comprehension. مرحبا... اهلين وسهلين / اهلا وسهلا بك Let's do it :)) هيا تعال لنبحر باللغه العربيه
$1$35
/30 mins
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Roula F.

Roula F.

4.9(60)
I have developed a system to teach Arabic to beginners in the language. My lessons are catered to the needs of every student, I have been working with children age five to adults .I have taught online Arabic classes for beginners and Advanced beginners. I taught an introductory course in Arabic at Mount Lebanon High School, my students were 9th to 12 th grade. I use Quizlet for vocabulary and my students have access to all the materials on line through Google Drive. I am currently a full time French teacher at Slippery Rock Area High school and available to teach online after school and weekends.
$1$41
/30 mins
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Laila B.

Laila B.

4.9(31)
I am fluent in Arabic. I came up with a way to teach Arabic for children combining everyday language with the classic Arabic that most children find difficult. I am familiar with the different Arabic regions dialects and can determine how to start the learning process depending on the students interests and their needs to learn this language. Children and adults will also learn how to speak, read and write . Our sessions will depend on conversations more than boring grammar rules. In addition, the student will learn about the culture of the different regions. I traveled and lived in several countries and very familiar with the traditions and the heritage. Sessions will be personalized depending on each individual's interest. I can also teach the different Arabic dialects and I can teach the Middle Eastern cuisine. The Arabic culture is very rich and my online sessions will be a one of a kind experience.
$1$30
/30 mins
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Moataz A.

Moataz A.

4.8(105)
I am a native speaker from Egypt who has studied traditional and non traditional Arabic classes including MSA (modern Standard Arabic), and even classical fus7a (fusshha) and modern colloquial. I have tutored Arabic at the Ohio State University and can also teach how to write Arabic calligraphy if interested. My interest in learning other languages have broadened my perspective on teaching from many different backgrounds not just English.
$1$27
/30 mins
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I have been taking Arabic lessons with Marie for several months, now. The passion and dedication with which she approaches every class is amazing. She is always well prepared, patient, and keeps the

Verica (Arabic lessons with Marie Ange K.)

Marie has a unique way of teaching. She makes my daughter have fun while learning arabic. She is an excellent teacher and my daughter always looks forward to her lesson. I highly recommend her!

Yesenia Garcia (Arabic lessons with Marie Ange K.)

Marie is patient, thorough and at the same time holds high standards for her students. It is difficult to keep a younger child engaged, yet she does it with ease.

Mariam (Arabic lessons with Marie Ange K.)

I setup a pack of Arabic lessons for my son. He was a bit nervous heading into them, however, was very very encouraged after the lesson. He thought Marie was great. He felt like he learned much more t

Owen (Arabic lessons with Marie Ange K.)

I have been taking Arabic lessons with Marie for several months, now. The passion and dedication with which she approaches every class is amazing. She is always well prepared, patient, and keeps the

Verica (Arabic lessons with Marie Ange K.)

Marie has a unique way of teaching. She makes my daughter have fun while learning arabic. She is an excellent teacher and my daughter always looks forward to her lesson. I highly recommend her!

Yesenia Garcia (Arabic lessons with Marie Ange K.)

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Arabic Classes in Washington DC

Interested in Arabic language classes in DC? There are 25 countries with rich heritages where Arabic is the official language, including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Egypt and Morocco.

Your knowledge of this language will allow you to interact with a wide range of intriguing people groups like never before. You’ll also broaden your horizons, leading to a more well-rounded perspective on life. Not to mention, taking Arabic classes in DC is a lot of fun!

Many Reasons to Take Arabic Language Classes in DC

As the capital of the US, Washington DC sees a unique amount of diversity and ideas from all around the world. Not only will you be successful in finding an Arabic tutor in DC, but you'll also find many native speakers to engage with.

Although the Arab American community in DC is smaller in comparison to some major cities, it is actually the wealthiest. The region currently has an Arab population of roughly 11,000 in DC and 125,000 in Virginia. Still, this places the DC Arab population at the fifth largest among US cities.

With DC among the top five cities for American Arabs and ranking first in economic prosperity, it could easily be argued that Washington DC is the most strategic place in the US to take Arabic classes.

These demographics guarantee a unique cultural experience including enjoying Islamic art at the Freer and Sackler Galleries, viewing the Library of Congress's collection of Middle Eastern images, and visiting a number of DC markets that feature Arabic food such as The Mediterranean Way.

Additionally, if you're interested in using Arabic for a profession, you’ll have little difficulty finding employment in the DC region. The knowledge of Arabic is a highly coveted skill, especially in Washington DC.

About Our DC Arabic Classes

If you're searching for a highly qualified Arabic tutor in Washington DC, you'll have a number of excellent options to choose from. Consider expanding your search to include online teachers, as we have more than 40 remote tutors available.

For instance, our remote teacher Moataz A. is a native speaker of Arabic who lives in Egypt. He provides online Arabic lessons in DC. Moataz A. also tutored Arabic while at Ohio State University and currently has 80 five-star reviews.

Another great online teacher for learning Arabic in DC is Amani A. She also has many positive reviews and is a native speaker of Arabic who has been teaching since 2005. When choosing a tutor to learn Arabic in DC with, you’ll want to take your learning style and goals into consideration.

Are you a visual learner or more auditory? Are you hoping to achieve conversational fluency or professional level fluency? Check out the teacher’s profile and background in our directory so you can find someone who will tailor classes to your individual needs.

When to Take Arabic Language Classes in Washington DC

Because of our large number of qualified teachers, finding Arabic classes in Washington DC that work with your schedule has never been easier. Our teachers are flexible - you can even learn online, from the comfort of your home, to avoid the busy commutes so common in the city.

This will also save you travel expenses and allow for a comfortable setting. Worried about odd class times due to your work schedule? Because we have Arabic teachers across different time zones, it’s easy to find one that’s a good fit for you.

How to Prepare for Learning Arabic in DC

There are a few simple steps you can take to prepare for your Arabic classes in DC. Every good teacher will agree that a notebook and quality writing utensils are essential for recording your new vocabulary words.

Kramerbooks and Afterwards, on Connecticut Avenue, are a great place to purchase a few books to help you along the way in your language learning journey. Or you can check some out at your local library such as Mount Pleasant Library or the legendary Library of Congress.

And don't forget to find a fun place to practice your skills. Local parks such as Dumbarton Oaks and Rock Creek Park provide a fun backdrop as you learn Arabic in DC. Think about joining a language group like those on Meetup to help you come in contact with other fellow Arabic speakers and practice your comprehension.

If you’re interested in learning Arabic in Washington DC, we have you covered. Go ahead and start your new adventure today!

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