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Teaches: Arabic, English

Languages: Arabic, English

Male, From Alexandria, Egypt, Living in Alexandria, Egypt

Local time: Apr 19, 2014 02:34   (Arab Standard Time)

Check my Youtube channel and course content on this google doc. Still in progress :)
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I want to meet English speakers interested in learning Arabic View time schedule

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Some of my students' feedback (You can find them in the student's feedback section) :

"Wow! There seems to be a 'science' in the Arabic language. I am really enjoying learning the language, which really makes a difference to the boring methods that are out there. Great teacher!"

"Arabic Grammar is finally making sense to me!!! Yaser is an outstanding Teacher!"

"Teacher is excellent in his explanation of concepts as well as very patient. Highly recommended."

"Great teacher who knows his stuff. His English is almost perfect which helps with explaining complex grammar."

I am Yaser, a software developer from Alexandria, Egypt. with a passion for Arabic language, It's great to find such a community where everyone is serious about learning or teaching a language.

How I teach :

When you start learning Arabic, you begin with an empty toolbox. Every new grammatical construct that you learn is a new tool added to the toolbox. But simply having the tool in your toolbox is not enough. you need to practice using it until you master it.

So I introduce grammar rules in a *very* simplified way without getting into the complexity of irregular cases and the less common cases, then we strengthen them with practice using lots of examples and exercises so that grammar changes from just being a list of memorized rules (or an unused tool as in the analogy) to become a skill that you practice and utilize without thinking.

Also another important point is reinforcement. Every lesson utilizes and builds on top of the previous lessons, so concepts are always revised and reinforced with relatively small effort.

So are you ready to start the journey ? looking forward to our first session :)

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Teacher sinceNov 20, 2012
Last sessionApr 18, 2014