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Arabic is the official language of more than 25 countries and is spoken by over 420 million people. It is also an official language of the United Nations, the Arab League, the Organization of Islamic Conference, and the African Union. It is in the top 6 in the list of most spoken languages in the world.

Why learn Arabic

  • Building bridges communication with Arab culture
  • Introduction to learn other languages like Hebrew, Persion, Urdu, and Turkish languages
  • Travel to Arabic speaking countries
  • Better career opportunities and better paying jobs in government and private sectors, business, interpreting and translation.

What are the benefits of learning Arabic?

  • Arabic is spoken by more than 280 million people as a native language
  • Arabic is cool
  • Arab culture is rich and diverse
  • Untapped economic potential
  • Arab hospitality
  • Understanding Islam
  • Demand for Westerners fluent in Arabic is high and supply is low
  • Arabic is a bridge language
  • Travelling in the Middle East
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Learning Arabic with Professor Adly Mirza has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. Professor Adly combines a well-structured presentation of writing, vocabulary, and grammar in Arabic with a lot of cultural experiences. We got to hear Arabic songs, hear Arabic jokes (my favorite is the falling ice cream cone joke!), and eat Arabic food, which he and some other native Arabic speakers cooked for us (yes, even some native Arabic speakers need to learn Modern Standard Arabic in addition to their own dialects!).

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