Originated in the earliest of times, the beautiful Arabic Language encompasses various verbs and phrases which sound euphonious to the ear. Although sometimes, the Language may sound aggressive but evident is the actuality that one cannot ignore its rich literature. Filled with exotic poetry and prose, the Arabic Language lures readers and listeners to learn the Language.
German author Sigrid Hunke has perfectly worded that,
“How can humankind resist the beauty of this Language, with its logic and unique brilliance? Even the Arab’s neighbors, people they’ve conquered, have fallen under the charm of this Language.”
Arabic is strongly guttural, which includes complex oral expressions which challenge the speaker or reader. Additionally, the Arabic Language and civilization carry symbolism and a certain exoticism recalling the colors and flavors of the Orient – the entire understanding of which comes only from learning Arabic.
Arabic is one of the oldest Languages and is nearly present for a thousand years. It is believed to have originated in the Arabian Peninsula. Nomadic tribes first spoke it in the northwestern frontier of the Peninsula. However, the Language then started to spread across the world over the years. Today Arabic is spoken by an estimated 420 million people, 300 of whom are native speakers. It is an official language in 26 countries across the Middle East and North Africa, from Saudi Arabia to Lebanon, Qatar to Chad.
Further, the poetic Language has immense significance in the Muslim world as it is the Language of their holy book, ‘The Holy Quran’. This marked the beginning of Arabic literature and as Islam spread the foundation of Arabic became strong. The word Quran means “recitation,” which encourages readers to read the book to learn about their religion and learn the emphatic Language.
The leading doctrine of i’jaz or inimitability of the Qur’an makes the book unique as it implies that nobody can copy the work’s style since the text is believed to be divine. Although it contains elements of both prose and poetry and therefore is closest to Saj or rhymed prose, the Qur’an is regarded as entirely apart from these classifications.
Muslims are highly encouraged to learn Arabic. One fine institute which is helping Muslims around the world is ‘Andalus Institute‘. This fine platform helps Muslims stop practicing a translated version of their religion and become fluent in Arabic in one year through vocabulary, listening, and conversing. Following a structured program, students can join a community of students of the Language and reprogram their brains to achieve fluency like an Arab.
This online teaching institute provides exceptional leverage to students in learning the Language from the comfort of their homes. All one needs to become a part of Andalus Institute is a wifi connection. They provide affordable programs to students. They have top-grade expertise in taking students from zero to being fluent in the Language.
“Reading Quran is a different experience now. I don’t have to read an Ayah in Arabic and then read the English translation,” says Safa Ahmed, a Student of the “Arabic like an Arab” program.
Ahmet Hassan, a Student of the “Arabic like an Arab” program, currently on module 2, says,
“AndalusInstitute, is actually very unique and different from other programs. It changes your mind, it changes the way you think, and it brings discipline and routine into your life”
Andalus Institue provides students with everything they need to become fluent in Arabic. No lecturing— they offer an engaging environment and resources;
- Proven Process – They turned the guesswork of learning the Language into a science. Follow practical step-by-step instructions that are proven to work and track student’s progress using reliable metrics.
- Brain Hacking – Their approach to learning the Arabic Language is based upon discipline and not motivation, as many pretend. Discover who you are, interests, biases, habits, behavior patterns. Reprogram your brain for high efficiency.
- Student Community – It’s hard to learn the language by yourself. Andalus Institute offers an active community of students of the Arabic Language, which helps to collaborate, get help, practice conversation, make friends and have fun.
Expert mentorship – No matter how good the program is, learners always have questions. The institute provides 24/7 access to qualified teachers in our Facebook group, one-on-one calls, weekly Livestream, and email.