These free Arabic lessons will teach you how to improve your Arabic knowledge and pronunciation immensely. Make sure that you use Rocket Record, our voice recognition technology (available on Chrome only at this stage) to get your Arabic pronunciation perfect!
At the bottom of each Arabic lesson you will find the Testing section. Using these scientifically designed tests will help your recall of all the Arabic that you have learned!
You'll never know when you might need this emergency Arabic. When you’re traveling by air there are some Arabic words you may need to use. Let's check it out...
In this Rocket Arabic lesson we'll be taking a trip to the zoo to talk about all types of animals in Arabic. You might have a dog or cat at home, but I bet you don't have a monkey!
This lesson is on cars in Arabic. In this lesson we’ll cover tons of Arabic car vocabulary. From hoods to trunks and everything in between.
Knowing some words for clothes in Arabic can come in handy for all kinds of situations. After this free audio lesson you’ll be able to describe what someone is wearing, or what you’re looking for when shopping for clothes in Arabic.
The colors in Arabic are some of the vocabulary you’ll utilize most when speaking Arabic. You’ll be surprised how often you use color words to describe things on a daily basis. You can start new conversations too by talking about your favorite color, or perhaps you’re shopping and need to specify what you’re looking for.
After this online audio lesson you will be able talk about your feelings in Arabic. Being able to talk about your emotions in Arabic will help you get to know people better and take your new friendships to the next level. How would you like to be able to say how you really feel in a Arabic conversation? Let's get started...
How do you say "parents" in Arabic? It's not as hard as you may think! Imagine describing to a native Arabic speaker who your family is made up of. This lesson covers how to talk about your family in Arabic.
How do you tell people what you like to do in Arabic? In this free audio lesson you’ll learn how to say “I like” in Arabic. Whether it’s football, the cinema, dining out, or reading the latest novel, you’ll learn how to speak about hobbies in Arabic, and things you enjoy.
This lesson is all about how to pronounce household appliances in Arabic. These days we have a number of household appliances in our homes to make domestic duties easier and quicker. Look around your kitchen and laundry and you will see just how many electrical time saving devices you have. Now, here is the Arabic vocabulary for you to put to those little wonders.
In this lesson about pronouncing nationalities in Arabic, you'll learn how to answer that all important question that you'll be asked frequently - Where are you from?
On a daily basis, you probably encounter at least a few new people, from the cashier at the grocery store to the mailman. I’m sure you’d be able to describe all these people in English, but how about a face in Arabic?
We’ll talk about various types of Samak (fish) and other sea creatures in Arabic. Some of these you might find on a plate garnished with lemon, and some you might see on a snorkeling trip or in a fish tank peeking out from behind some coral!
After today’s audio lesson you’ll know the parts of the body in Arabic. In case you ever need to go to the doctor or hospital, you'll need to know what you're talking about - some basic medical Arabic for your language survival kit!
Can you describe yourself in Arabic? It’s useful to be able to talk about yourself when you’re getting to know new people, speaking to an official person or filling out a form. Whatever the situation, the Rocket Arabic team have created this free audio lesson to make it easier for you.
Ever tried describing people in Arabic? What’s the Arabic word for “tall”? How do you say someone is kind? After this free audio lesson you’ll know some Arabic adjectives to describe someone’s appearance and the kind of person they are as well.
Being able to talk about music in Arabic is a great way to start a conversation with a native Arabic speaker – after all, music is a universal language!
The weather is probably a common topic where you live and in Arabic it's no different. Being able to talk about the weather in Arabic can be a wonderful ice-breaker when chatting to locals. There's a solid 42 audio phrases to learn in this lesson!
You’re tired of traveling and need a place to sleep, but how do you ask about accommodation in Arabic? In this lesson you’ll learn how to find suitable accommodation in Arabic. You’ll learn how to ask for different types of Arabic hotels, or perhaps you’d prefer a hostel?
Ready to master directions in Arabic? This free audio lesson will give you the essential travel Arabic you need to navigate your way around a Arabic-speaking country. I wish it were as simple as learning the word for where in Arabic and a few Arabic road signs, but there’s a little more to it than that! As you may have already guessed, asking for directions in Arabic is relatively easy… but understanding the directions you are given may be a little more challenging. But have no fear – just listen to the Arabic pronunciation on the audio and practice saying the Arabic words and phrases aloud, as you imagine yourself strolling around Arabic or driving a rental car!
In this lesson we will introduce some popular kinds of entertainment for going out in Arabic. You won't run out of things to do in Seoul. Whether you're looking for a fun-packed time or a quiet night out, Seoul is famous for it's nightlife!
You never know when you might need to talk about health in Arabic. Maybe you’re travelling in Arabic and need to visit a drugstore. Perhaps you’re travelling elsewhere with a Arabic family member. Either way, we hope you never need to use them, but check out this free audio lesson – it doesn’t hurt to be prepared!
When you’re traveling by air there are some Arabic airplane words you may need to use. In this online audio lesson you’ll learn vocabulary to do with traveling on a airplane in Arabic.
Planning on eating at a restaurant in Arabic? This free online Arabic audio lesson on eating in Arabic is at the top of the menu! Whether you are missing a piece of cutlery or a napkin, or the waiter asks what type of water you’d like, you’ll be able to speak Arabic to get what you need. And after you’ve finished your meal you’ll be able to thank the waiter too.
Egypt is what most people call the country officially known as the Arab Republic of Egypt. As you can imagine, with such a name, Arabic is the official language. Let's take a quick look at the country profile: Egypt.
It's best to get started with the basics. Understanding the Arabic alphabet sounds will make the learning process a lot easier further down the track, in fact, many of the sounds are similar to our English letters. Click here for the lesson on the Arabic alphabet. !مع السلامة Ma3a essalama! Goodbye!
Amira Zaki Rocket Arabic