Arabic Pronunciation

Do you wish you could pronounce Arabic like a native speaker? Now you can! Rocket Languages has discovered a new way to make Arabic pronunciation easy. Not only that, but you have a ton of free audio lessons here at your fingertips to start improving your Arabic pronunciation right now.
Want to start with some simple Arabic words or Arabic phrases? No problem.
Ready to try some Arabic travel phrases or learn more about Arabic-speaking culture? Great! 
Before you start your Rocket Arabic adventure, read on to find out how we’re going to help you master Arabic pronunciation in no time…

Let's get into the Arabic pronunciation...


I know what you’re thinking about that last one…”Why are there numbers mixed in with letters?"
Well, the answer is simple. There are some sounds in the Arabic language that are not represented by letters in the English alphabet.
Take this example: "7ah". This sound has no equivalent in the English alphabet and therefore we use the number 7 to represent the sound.
As it happens, the number 7 actually looks quite similar to how you would write the letter using Arabic script.
We explain everything you need to know about Arabic pronunciation in the Rocket Arabic Premium course. Let’s get you started with these free audio lessons…

Most viewed Arabic pronunciation lessons

How to pronounce Arabic greetings 

You’re about to learn some more Arabic greetings so you can use more than just a simple “Ahlan”. After this free audio lesson you’ll know some expressions to use at different times of the day, and for casual and formal occasions.


So you’ve mastered “hello” but what do you say next? How do you ask "How are you?" in Arabic – and how do you reply? Whether you’re feeling well, a little tired, or not so good, you’ll know how to explain after this free Rocket Arabic audio lesson. 


Today we’re going to be on our best behaviour. After this free audio lesson you’ll be able to say "thank you" in Arabic, "excuse me", "sorry", and use other polite Arabic words and phrases with confidence. You’ll also know how to express your appreciation when someone is being helpful to you.


Life will be so much easier after this Rocket Arabic lesson. Going to the market for groceries? Need to tell someone your age or phone number? It’s time to learn numbers in Arabic!


Be sure to learn these essential questions in Arabic before you travel! When does the bus leave? When does the train arrive? Where is the museum? The restroom? After this free audio lesson you’ll know how to ask 'when' and 'where' in Arabic. 


If you’re traveling in an Arabic-speaking country, you’re sure to be eating out. Imagine how much more fun it will be if you can order in a restaurant in Arabic! In this free lesson the Rocket Arabic team will teach you the basics so you can make the most of your overseas experience. 


Socializing with Arabic-speaking people? Knowing these Arabic salutations will help you fit right in. After this free audio lesson you'll have a range of common Arabic expressions to use in the company of native speakers.

Have fun!

!مع السلامة
Ma3a essalama!

Amira Zaki
Rocket Arabic

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