From: Haytham Ibrahim - Author Of Learn Real Arabic System.
Subject: Helping YOU To Master Arabic Language - New System!
Hi There, Assalaamo Alykom,
This is Haytham Ibrahim. Maybe – if you are interested in learning Arabic Language - You have come across my name before. I’m the Author of the Learn Real Arabic System – And From The Name of My System “Learn Real Arabic”, You Will Learn The Real Arabic, which is The Classical And The Modern Standard Arabic, And Not The Arabic Dialect, Simply Because If You Want To Learn Any Arabic Dialect, Just, You Can Live In The Arabic Country, Where You Want To Speak The Dialect Of, and Here I’m Presenting The Classical Arabic and the Modern Standard Arabic Through 27 Packages – Series Of Videos, Audios, eBooks and Tutorials, Where You Can Start From Zero Level Till You Get The Advanced Level In Arabic Language, No matter What Your Current Level In Arabic Language is – YOU are qualified to use My System – Learn Real Arabic – in your journey of learning Arabic Language.
I have been Teaching Arabic to Non-Natives For More Than 15 Years. I have tried countless of methodologies but unfortunately, I have realized that there are not any methodologies which can explain how to Learn and Master Arabic Language within a short time.
As a Result, I have decided to develop my own method, which would obtain immediate results. I have helped Thousands of people to Learn Arabic Language professionally and in short time, Using my System – Learn Real Arabic – You will Never need to adapt to any preconceived system.
Arabic Courses and books, which I have created, are always in line with common Arabian Countries Framework of reference for Language procedure. and according my system, you will be able to learn the most common skills of Arabic language, as you know there are four basic language skills every learner should Learn: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing in the same time. All Of My Students, Who Learned Arabic Language, Using My System, Are Speaking Arabic Fluently Now, You Too Should Expect To Be One Of Them Very Soon.
From My 15+ Years Experience In Teaching Arabic Language To Non-Arabic Natives, I Have Received Hundreds Of Questions From My Students In My Class And By E-Mails Also, Which I Want To Share Some Of These Questions With You, As You Might Have The Same Questions, And From These Questions I Can Tell You That, The Most Common Fears Or Problems, That Hinder You Or Slow You Down To Learn Arabic Language, Are As In The Following "Most Common 10 Problems Or Fears To Learn Arabic Language".
Package # 01
Learn Arabic Writing System.
Series Of "Videos + Audios + eBooks"
One Of the important starting Points to Master Arabic is to start with learning the way of writing Arabic, I know many Arabic learners who prefer to just learn the pronunciation and building Arabic vocabularies without writing it! And this is one of the biggest mistakes Arabic learner makes!
You should know that, When You learn a language, there are 4 skills that You need for complete communication. For example, When You learn Your native language, You Usually Learn To Listen First, Then To Speak, Then To Read, And Finally To Write. And We Call Them The Four "Language Skills":
Skill # 01: Listening - Skill # 02: Speaking - Skill # 03: Reading - Skill # 04: Writing.
When you start to learn Arabic writing system, you would start with writing the Arabic alphabet, and this is the right way to start learning Arabic. But do you learn them in the right way?Do you write them in the right way? Do you pronounce them in the right way?
To learn Arabic in the shortest time, Simply you have to learn all skills in the same time, and writing Arabic is one of these important skills, but why? You should know that when you learn Arabic word for example, your brain reserves a cell for this word, and the brain tries to associate many things with it, like the word pronunciation, its meaning, its shape, etc…
Once you write this word using your hand, in this case your hand tells your brain to confirm the word in your brain cell. So you will find it easy to recall this word anytime!
|Note # 01|
Arabic is written from Right to left.
|Note # 02|
Only the consonants and the long vowels are indicated.
|Note # 03|
There are no capital letters or small letters in Arabic language.
|Note # 04|
The manner of writing Arabic is like the cursive style, and most of the letters are connected to a preceding letter of a following letter within the same word.
|Note # 05|
In Arabic we have 6 letters that break the rule of joining or connecting to a preceding letter of a following letter within the same word.
|Note # 06|
Most of the Arabic letters have 4 shapes, depending on whether they are connected to a preceding and/or a following letter or not. Note also that Some letters don’t have the 4 shapes, like the letter “Taaâ Marbootah” which already covered in This Package.
|Note # 07|
Using dots below or above some letters in Arabic is very critical, as you should know that some letters are identical in the basic form and are distinguished from one another by using the dots below or above it, and this also already covered in This Package.
|Note # 08|
The Arabic writing System described here is using the most 2 common ways for writing Arabic, Naskh printing style and the handwriting Reqqaah Style. You can learn more just watch the video in Your Membership Area.
|Note # 09|
In Arabic writing the “Hamzah” is one of the critical points, which you should learn, don’t worry about how to write the different shapes for “Hamzah” all details already covered about “Hamzah” in This Package.
|Note # 10|
You should know that there are many ways, styles and much other calligraphy to write Arabic. In this package, I'm using the most two famous ways of writing Arabic;
The First Method:
The Naskh Printing style, it is one of the most common ways to write Arabic, for example the Arabic written in the newspapers and magazines. As in the following example.
The Second Method:
The Reqqaah Handwriting style, it is the way to write when you use your own handwriting Style, and it varies from one person to another, depending on your personal style! As in the following example.
However, you will be able to learn other styles after you finish this Package.
Common Mistakes # 01
In Arabic Writing, many Arabic learners, especially beginners make the following mistake when Writing Arabic letters and words, as they write it in the wrong directions, that’s why one of the best solutions is to learn how to write them in the right direction using Arrows, as in the following example.
Common Mistakes # 02
In Arabic many Arabic learners make mistakes when Pronouncing some letters, like for example the following pairs of letters “Seen – Saad”, “Taaâ – Taaâ” , “Daal – Daad”, “Haaâ – Haaâ”, etc…
These kind of mistakes are one of the biggest pitfalls, especially if you are in the beginner stage in learning Arabic language.
Common Mistakes # 03
In Arabic many Arabic learners make mistakes when Pronouncing and when they write the letter “Yaaâ” and the letter “Alef Maqsoorah” as you see the letter “Alef Maqsoorah” comes only at the end of the word, but the letter “Yaaâ” comes in any place in the word, Moreover it could be used as a long vowel. www.learnrealarabic.com