12 Week Online Course

Learn Conversational Arabic in a 12 week online course from $99 USD

No credit card required.

Enjoy a free lesson and live session on how to
introduce yourself by name, profession, and nationality.

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What You Need to Know

How much does it cost to learn Arabic?

$225 USD
Now only $99 USD. Get this 3-month digital course for a special introductory price and start your journey to learning Arabic!

What’s included in the Conversational Arabic Level 1 course?

30 hours of combined instruction. Introductory session, 14 digital lessons, activity review lessons for concepts, review lessons for vocabulary, digital learning games, unlimited access to printable resources.
Juliana Khalil, Arabic Language Teacher based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Learn conversational Arabic from a native Arabic speaker.

Using Mind Maps and proven learning techniques you will be impressed by how quickly you will be able to start using Conversational Arabic in your day-to-day interactions. With our creativity, enthusiasm, and excitement, you will love learning to speak Arabic with Excellent Learning.

What You Will Learn in Level 1

Conversational Arabic Level 1 focuses on spoken Arabic so there’s no pressure to read a whole new 28 letter alphabet. The Arabic language has a variety of unique sounds not common in other languages so we will teach you the alphabet according to its phenetic sound. This will quickly give you the ability to pronounce Arabic words properly.

Nouns, verbs, adjectives, prepositions, and adverbs are the building blocks of language. Just like in many leading languages, these words look and sound slightly different according to many factors like gender or if it is singular or plural. By learning the fundamentals about how Arabic sentences are constructed you will easily be able to understand new words and sentences.

How do you say ‘hello’ in Arabic? There are so many ways to greet a native Arabic speaker. Learn how to start a conversation and begin building connections with new friends, and colleagues.

You don’t have to be a scholar in algebra to learn how to count in Arabic, but it might just score you a good deal at the souk. Starting with the numbers 1 to 10 you will learn how numbers are composed in Arabic to help you count from 0 to 100.

How do you say the days of the week in Arabic? You will learn how to say the days of the week, the names of the months, and more.

Do you know how to answer if asked ‘what do you do’, or ‘where are you from’, in Arabic? You will make a great impression with native Arabic speakers when you can start a conversation and respond in their language.

Past, present, future… verbs are changing all the time. You will learn the rules you need to know with timesaving memorization techniques so you will know if someone is talking about something that has happened, something that is happening, or something that will happen!

Family members and relationships are an important part of Arabic culture. You will learn to say all of the members of the family in Arabic, as well as important relations and more.

Free Arabic Language Resources

Download vocabulary, mind maps, and resources to help you learn Arabic at home.


Learning conversational Arabic will take some work, but it is easy to quickly learn with lessons designed to build your knowledge, skills, and confidence.

Yes! When you learn conversational Arabic with Excellent Learning you get the best of digital learning to help support you as you learn to speak Arabic.

After your first few classes you will be able to start using full sentences in Arabic. Then, over the course of the full 12 week course you will learn the fundamentals of Arabic and start learning more complex sentences.

Conversational Arabic Level 1 is designed for complete beginners. This is the perfect course to start learning Arabic, or brush up on your knowledge, skills, and confidence if you haven’t spoken Arabic for a long time. You will be amazed at how much you can learn in just 12 weeks.

If you are looking for something a little more advances, come back soon for Level 2.

Honestly? No. 

First, there are many types of Arabic, so it is important to find the style that matches your needs. Classical Arabic, for example, is traditional when reading texts like the Quran. 

Additionally, if you are looking to read/write/spell business-level Arabic from 1 specific region, this course would also not be a great choice. 

However, if you would like to be able to develop conversational Arabic skills centred around helpful dialogue in a relaxed, less intense, and fun pace, then this is the perfect course for you! Our unique blended learning solution allows you to learn a significant amount of Arabic quickly with a commitment of only 1-2 hours a week.

If it’s worth learning, it’s worth Excellent Learning.