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 and Safari) 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!
How many greetings in Arabic do you know? “Ahlan” (hello) is a good start, but let’s try a few more. After this free audio lesson you’ll know some expressions to use at different times of the day, and for casual and formal occasions.
There are tons of reasons to learn the days of the week in Arabic, so today’s your lucky day! Perhaps you need to make a reservation, or you want to visit somewhere that is only open on certain days of the week. Maybe someone would like to arrange a meeting with you, or you need to explain when a regular event occurs. Once you know these seven Arabic words, you’ll be able to use them in countless ways.
Being able to pronounce the months in Arabic is very useful vocabulary. Check this lesson out and use the tests at the end to see if you really know the months!
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.
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.
Amira Zaki: Rocket Arabic