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Arabic classes in New York City

Our Arabic language services in New York City

Our Arabic language instructors teach private Arabic language classes and language lessons in the New York City area. We serve the population in and around New York City with Arabic language instruction. Private Arabic language lessons are taught to individuals and small groups. We also offer our Arabic language services to businesses and corporations. The Arabic classes are fun, stress free and taught mainly by native Arabic instructors who teach these Arabic language programs to adults, families, schools, small and large groups, businesses and corporations in and around New York City. Our Arabic tutors serve the community of New York City seven days per week. Weekend Arabic classes are a good alternative to weekday classes and allow students with busy schedules to learn Arabic in their free time. If you wish to take private Arabic language instruction in New York City, please contact us.

About Arabic

The language of Arabic is the largest Semitic language spoken in the world today. Arabic is closely related to other Semitic languages such as Hebrew and Aramaic, and is also very similar to Classical Arabic, which dates back thousands of years. While Arabic is considered to be a macrolanguage and contains 27 different sub-languages that relate to one another, many people throughout the Arabic world speak a form of Standard Arabic, which can generally be understood by native speakers of other Arabic dialects. Typically it is Standard Arabic that students learn as a second language. Unlike most European languages, which use the same alphabet and language symbols as English, Arabic uses an entirely different alphabet. In fact, the Arabic alphabet is more like a form of calligraphy, similar to the language symbols used in Asian languages. Unlike western languages, Arabic never writes vowels in their words – vowels are merely implied by the consonants of the words. In addition to having to master this new form of the written language, students of Arabic must also learn vocabulary, phonology and pronunciation, numerals, grammar, cases, conjugation, gender agreement, pronouns, adjectives, and other forms of the language. In order to master these elements, a tutor of Arabic can be a tremendous asset to someone who wishes to master the language of Arabic.