Learn Arabic Online


Learn Arabic online, from the comfort of your home at your own pace with our language courses for learners of all ages. Learn the Arabic Alphabet and how to read and write.


No language is easy! But Arabic is not as complicated to learn as many people think. At ReDefiners, we have a strong and reliable method for you to learn fast and start gaining fluency. The best way to learn Arabic is by using it!


We offer easy exercises to practice common daily phrases and all the vocabulary needed. Also, you practice conversation to improve pronunciation and listening.


Arabic language learning has never been easier with ReDefiners! 

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Why Learn Arabic Online

The Arabic language is a pillar of the cultural diversity of humanity. It is the 5th most spoken language in the world, used daily by more than 400 million people and considered a critical language by the U.S. State Department due to the U.S.’ strategic business and security interests in the Arab world. Arabic is one of the oldest languages in the world and the first written evidence of Arabic dates back to 512 AD. This makes it at least 1500 years old. It is the official language of 25 countries, making it very widespread in the Middle East and Northern Africa. It is also one of the 6 official languages of the United Nations, an organisation that even made December 18th Arabic National Day.

U.S. government agencies are seeking proficient Arabic speakers now more than ever. Learning Arabic won’t only get you ahead in a government career, but it will also give you a leg up in any industry in business, engineering, medical, nonprofit and international relations. Knowing Arabic can help you build valuable business relationships with business people in wealthy Middle Eastern countries like Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. Currently, the demand in the U.S. for Arab speakers far exceeds supply.

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Learn Arabic


  • Arabic for Kids or Adults

  • A1 - A2 - B1 - B2 - C1 - C2

  • We offer a placement test to know your level and locate you in the best class for you


  • Learning the alphabet

  • Writing from right to left

  • How to form and ask questions

  • Pronunciation. Conversation. Listening. 

  • Idiomatic expressions. Vocabulary.


  • Two (2) classes a week

  • One (1) hour per class

  • Class 365 & Zoom Platforms


  • Summer: June 8 - August 26, 2021

  • Fall: September 7 - December 13, 2021


​Choose between:

  • 36 Weeks + Certificate: $56 /month

  • 12 Weeks: $120 /month

Arabic Alphabet

The Arabic alphabet only contains 28 letters. There is no exact transliteration to English, only approximate pronunciations and sounds. It is impossible because there is only one vowel in the alphabet, the rest are consonants. Depending on the accents, pronunciation changes. 

Moreover, there are many variations and dialects of Arabic. Some of them are Egyptian, Algerian, Moroccan, Sudanese, Saidi, Mesopotamian, and more. All have different pronunciations and variations, but the most widely spoken is Egyptian, by more than 50 million people. 


ā | ̛ālif


kh | khā̛


sh | shin


gh | ghain


b | bā̛


d | dāl


s | sād


f | fā̛


n | nun


t | tā̛


z | zāl


d | dād


q | qāf

ه هـ

h | hā̛


th | thā̛


r | rā̛


t | tā̛


k | kāf


W | wāw


j | jim


z | zāy


ẓ | ẓā̛


l | lām


h | hā̛


s | sin


ع| ع̛ain


m | mim


Y | yā̛

Write In Arabic

Not all scripts share the same writing direction. Those languages that originated from Greek and Latin are written left to right, predominant for Western languages. But there are other very important writing systems. While Traditional Chinese or Japanese are written in columns, languages as Arabic, Hebrew or Farsi share another script and are written right to left. 

Muslim Girl Studying

وَتأتي علَى قَدْرِ الكِرامِ المَكارمُ

وَتَصْغُرُ في عَين العَظيمِ العَظائِمُ

عَلى قَدْرِ أهْلِ العَزْم تأتي العَزائِمُ 

وَتَعْظُمُ في عَينِ الصّغيرِ صغارُها

Firm resolutions happen in proportion to the resolute,

and noble deeds come in proportion to the noble.

Small deeds are great in small men's eyes,

great deeds, in great men's eyes, are small.

– Al-Mutanabbī أبو الطيب المتنبي | Abbāsid Arab poet.

Excerpt from Sayf Al-Dawlah's Recapture Of The Fortress al-Hadath.

Translation by Geert Jan Van Gelder from Classical Arabic Literature: A Library of Arabic Literature Anthology.

Best Program To Learn Arabic

Our courses are developed in consideration of the American Council on Teaching Foreign Languages (ACTFL) standards for language teaching and learning. The awarding of an ACTFL certification is a validation of one’s understanding of the principles and concepts of proficiency-based language assessment and of one’s ability to apply theory to practice in language teaching and learning settings.

Frequently asked questions

How is the program organised?

The Program is divided into 2 groups, one for children and another for adults. Each learner group has different objectives, as kids often like concentrating in details and having fun, while adults prefer learning faster and start speaking as soon as possible. Also, there are 6 levels divided in: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2. Each student is placed in their suitable level.

How much does it cost?

We offer 2 plans: 1. Pursue Certificate: It costs $56 USD / month. It's a 9 month course and students can get an official certificate. 2. Try 1 Term: It costs $120 USD / month. Students can take a 3 month course.

How do I know which level I am?

We send students an online placement test with multiple choice questions. We use the score to place learners in their suitable level.

What can I learn in this program?

Students immerse in the culture and practice the language with other students and teachers. We introduce you to the grammar and vocabulary that you need to speak and practice conversation. Classes are very dynamic. Teachers explain the concepts and make students interact and apply what they learnt. We offer individual and group exercises.

What Our Students Say

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