Timaprivate tutoring in math-physique_arabe
Graduated with a degree in science technology, I offer support courses in mathematics and physics. In order to help the student progress, I give homework after each lesson and provide progress reports.
Me being perfectly bilingual (French / Arabic), I offer courses in Arabic for any category with good methods.
RemanLearn hot to speak Arabic in an anti boring and fun class
So you're living in Paris and want to learn Arabic but you dont wanna get bored? I think you're in the right place.
Because as a student I hate bring classes to, so trust me i get you.
But trust me you wont get bored, it's going to be more fun than you think.
You don't know a bit of Arabic? You're still a beginner? or you're intermediate? it's okay, we're going to figure it out together, and achieve your goal what ever it is together until you're satisfied.
It all starts somewhere, I hope i can help you to start.
For Westerners, the Arabic language remains a puzzle. However, in recent years, it has become unavoidable.
But with the language courses this challenge will win, the fact that the work market requires mastery of the foreign language as well as literary Arabic for the middle east clientele.
FawziSpecial Sessions on Islam: Learning and Discovery [ONLINE]
I am Fawzi, Arab, Muslim, Moroccan, specialist in language sciences and literature, French teacher and I give particular sessions on the Islamic religion; its Pillars, faith, comparison studies between the major religions, detecting the points of connection between them too, while basing on mutual respect.
For those interested in discovering Islam and / or learning to read and understand the Qur'an, I offer this precious oportunity to open the mind and fight the darkness.
I can even share with you my screen to help you write in Arabic. (I have the SAMSUNG Tablet Galaxy Tab S4 with S Pen)
I present to you the five Pillars of Islam:
1- (Chahada): The attestation of faith of the existence and uniqueness of God and the prophecy of Muhammad.
2- (Salat): The five daily prayers.
3- (Zakat): The alms to the needy in the prescribed proportions according to its means.
4- (Assawm): The fasting of the Ramadan self which lasts from dawn to sunset.
5- (Al-hajj): The pilgrimage to Mecca which must take place at least once in his life, if the believer or the believer has the physical and material means.
I am available.
SabrinaI offer Arabic lessons to speak fluent classical Arabic, prepare your exams and improve your spelling
I offer Arabic lessons to speak fluent classical Arabic, prepare your exams and improve your spelling.
For an effective and solid learning you have to follow 3 steps:
First step: * Pronunciation of the Arabic alphabet.
* Writing of the Arabic alphabet.
* Learn basic Arabic sentences.
Second step: * Start learning vocabulary.
* Explore Arabic grammar to make sentences
Third step: * To combine all that, choose a subject to start
the discussions in Arabic.
* Choose a text to follow you in reading.
DeaExplore the diverse cultures of the Arab world, and learn their language
It’s easy to fall into the trap of trying to learn Arabic by transcribing words instead of learning the alphabet first. Think about how we learned English back in school. First, you learn your letters, then you form those letters into words, then you learn how to form sentences, and then you learn more about proper syntax and grammar. Taking shortcuts will only slow you down.
The best way to learn a new word is to see it, hear it, write it and speak it, so combine those activities as much as you can.
GemmaTunisian Arabic, culture and civilization for everyone
This class is about learning Tunisian Arabic grammar, syntax and vocabulary to manage to easily interact with Tunisians. If you already know the basics, we can also focalize on conversation and popular culture (songs, proverbs, cooking etc.). I prefer to assign "homework" after every class.
Tunisian Arabic is not the first language variety or dialect you heard about when you start to learn Arabic, but it is indeed one of the most fascinating and useful in the Maghreb region, especially if you are into social studies of North Africa. I make transcriptions and translations from Tunisian Arabic into English, French and Italian for academic researchers, journalists, and entrepreneurs. I have a double master degree in Arabic Language and Civilization (focus North Africa) and International Negotiation.
ProfesseurArabic course at a distance For all levels: ONLINE
- Arabic courses at a distance For all levels: ONLINE
I give remote Arabic lessons for all levels.
I offer remote Arabic sessions for all levels.
I provide extensive support and well supported by the most effective learning tools.
For more information, contact me
WahibaGrammar Arabic literature and Algerian dialect Egyptian Egyptian ...
Wahiba, I am an Arab native, graduated with a degree in Arabic literature and foreign languages and a Master 2 in communication civilization history in France and master 2 public relations communication in Algeria. I am a teacher of Arabic language since 2014, I give individual Arabic lessons at any level at home (at my home too) and by web cam.
AdilMoroccan and Classical Arabic in Paris or Ile de France
To give courses of Moroccan and classical Arabic with the help of pedagogic support and manual.
I am Moroccan. I studied classical Arabic from primary school to university. I live in paris.
If you want to learn or perfect the Moroccan dialect or literary Arabic, you can write to me.
Do not hesitate to contact me for more information.
AfafPrivate language lessons (English / Arabic) for all.
I am currently a second year student in English and Spanish LEA (Applied Foreign Languages). My goal is to transmit my knowledge and to make love languages.
Convinced that languages are very important to communicate around the world, I teach in different languages. My courses are for any type of student: primary, middle school, high school student, professional who wants to learn a new language or improve. I base myself and adapt on the level and difficulties of the student, for the lesson, written and oral exercises to work any aspect of the language.
SarahPrivate lessons in English, Arabic, and French + Tutoring
My name is Sarah. I am trilingual in Arabic (mother tongue), French and English. Indeed, the diversity of my career allowed me to master perfectly the three languages in question. Currently a student in Master 2 Finance at the University Paris-Sud, with a professional experience of 3 years in finance where all communication was done in English, graduated from a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the American University in Cairo ( teaching in English) and holder of a baccalaureate french scientific specialty maths with honors, I propose the following courses:
1) English lessons for all ages and levels;
2) Arabic courses for all ages and levels;
2) French classes for non-French speakers;
4) School support and homework help
I am a nice person, calm and patient. In addition, I have an experience as a teacher of Arabic as part of a volunteer activity in Egypt.
Of course, the courses will be adapted to the specific needs and preferences of the student.
Feel free to contact me for more information.
JoannahélèneScolair support for English, Arabic and Math classes
Arabic and English are two very important languages.
With the perfect method we can learn as quickly as possible and speak fluently.
Because it's not just gram that counts. You can have fun and at the same time learn using music, books, movies and all.
WadiGreat Islamic History, Culture, and Arabic dialects
Since my childhood i was fascinated by our great History and culture...
I was always among the firsts in my class in Arabic and History...and until now...i still learning every day about this...
I'm superior technician in Biomedical engineering....but this class is not a formal class of my academic formation but it is the class i dreamed always to teach and it is the class most loved by me....
This class invite you to enjoyble discovery of a strong and attractive kind of History, full of stories, and rich in cultures, events and reactions....and also take you to taste different Arabic dialects and funny facts about it and how it influence some european languages like Maltese and Spanish..