Learn Arabic

Welcome to the Rocket Arabic section on learning Arabic fast and effectively. These articles are all about the process of learning Arabic. Discover tons of tips and tricks that polyglots use to successfully master several languages.

Arabic Pronunciation

If you want to sound like a native Arabic person then you need to check this lesson out on Arabic pronunciation. Discover the tips to sounding as fluent in Arabic as you possibly can.

Learn Arabic online

Get started with our guide to studying Arabic online. In this article we go through the basics of how you can improve your Arabic pronunciation and reinforce what you have learned using various technologies built into your browser.

Top 10 Arabic hacks

Want to make the most of your Arabic study time? Then look no further! This article outlines the top 10 Arabic hacks that the experts use to become fluent in Arabic in as short a time as possible. It's well worth a read to see if you can be more effective with your learning.

How long does it take to learn Arabic?

It will be useful to know how long it takes the average person, and what factors influence this time period. While the answer isn't straightforward, this article will give you insights into how you can best judge it for yourself.

The best Arabic learning software: What to look for

When you get to the stage of evaluating Arabic software have a read of this article. It points out all the things that you should consider when making your decision.

What comes next?

When you're ready to take your Arabic to the next level, Rocket Arabic has just the right course for you. You can get a free lifetime no-obligation trial of Rocket Arabic here and check out sample lessons from the full course.

Each level of Rocket Arabic has over 30 Audio Lessons as a major component. These audio tracks average 25 minutes in length and are designed for you to use at the gym, during your commute, or any spare time that you have.

You can listen to the first Audio Lesson from Rocket Arabic here (if you like it and want more like it then sign up for the free trial!):

!مع السلامة (Ma3a essalama!) Goodbye!

Amira Zaki: Rocket Arabic