Have you ever wanted to learn Arabic? Have you tried lessons at a local school, expensive software and books and still have trouble speaking Arabic? Do you want to be able to speak to millions of people in the Middle East and in Northern Africa in their native language? The answer is total Arabic immersion with the Live Lingua online Arabic school. Skype Arabic Lessons & more. We do an annual quality survey of our students, and have gotten an average review of 4.6/5 stars from the 42 students who responded. And best of all, you can try a full 60 minute Skype lessons with a professional Arabic teacher for FREE!


Free Arabic Lesson

Free 60 Minute Trial Arabic Lesson With Skype

Are you considering Live Lingua online language school for your Arabic learning needs? Do you want to try a class first to see if it is what you are looking for? No problem! We will arrange a free 60 minute Skype Arabic lesson for you so you can try us risk free. Tutors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Find out more...

affordable Skype Arabic Lessons

Learn More Arabic But Pay Less money.

$19.99! How do we do it? We hire Arabic tutors who actually live in their own country where the cost of living is less, and pass the saving on to you. You can buy as many or as few Skype Arabic lessons as you would like. No minimum purchase necessary, all for an affordable price. Find out more...

Native Arabic Speakers

Native Arabic Speaking Teachers

Our Arabic teachers from the Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are the best in the industry. They all bring with them years of teaching experience. All have university degrees, many have Masters and PhD's. Additionally, they are required to speak a second language in addition to Arabic. Find out more...

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Finally! A way to really learn Arabic online.



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You can try a free 60 minute Skype lesson at the Live Lingua online language school to see if our service is what you are looking for. No credit card required, and no commitment. The only risk is learning another language!

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Why Learn Arabic?


Where is Arabic Spoken?

The Arabic Language

Arabic is the official spoken language of 26 countries in the world and spoken by residents in dozens more across the Middle East and Northern Africa. It is currently estimated that approximately 460 million (2012) people in the world speak Arabic. Arabic has many variations across different countries but the most widely spoken one is Modern Standard Arabic.

Historically, Arabic is the only surviving dialect of the Old Northern Arabian language family and can trace is roots back to the 4th century. Additionally, there are many modern languages that have strong roots in Arabic such as Turkish, Bengali, Urdu and Malay just to name a few.

While the Arabic speaking portion of the world has had many difficulties in recent history it continues to be a center of business, and commerce which makes the learning of the Arabic language an important tool to anybody who has connections to that part of the world.

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Want Some Free Arabic Learning Resources too?


There is no better way to learn a Arabic than take classes with a native speaking teacher over Skype. That being said we realize that not everybody has the budget to be able to pay for a professional Skype Arabic tutor. To make the Arabic language accessible to everybody Live Lingua Arabic is proud to bring you these free Arabic courses with audios.

Jordanian Arabic Course (ebook+audios)

If you want to get a quick crash course in the Arabic spoken in the Kingdom of Jordan this course is for you. The free ebook and audios will teach you the basics of Jordanian Arabic.

Saudi Arabian Arabic Course (ebook+audios)

Saudi Arabian Arabic is one of the most commonly spoken dialects of Arabic. This intensive ebook and audio course will use the "guided immitation" methods.

Moroccan Arabic Course (ebook+audios)

If you are looking to learn the dialect of Arabic spoken in Morocco then this Moroccan Arabic Primer is for you. Using the ebook and audios to learn what you need.

Levantine Arabic Course (ebook+audios)

Going to the region of Western Mediterranean and want to speak the Levantine Arabic dialect they speak in that region? Then this course if for you.

Learn About The language and culture or Arabic Speakers


Arabic is one of the oldest surviving languages in the world today. It is used in over a dozen countries around the world and its different dialects make it even more difficult to learn. Here at Live Lingua Arabic we understand that there is more to learning Arabic than learning the script and spoken words. You also need to understand the culture and history of the people that speak it. These free articles can help you get started. If you have any questions about what you read, just ask your Skype Arabic teacher during your next class.

Reverse Culture Shock

Do you know what reverse culture shock is? Well, let's start with just culture shock. Culture shock is something that happens when you go abroad. It's being shocked about all the different culture, unfamiliarity, and overall everything new that you can experience in another country. It's a disorientated feeling that you can get due to the differences between this new place and what you ...

Involve The Grandparents In Language Learning

My mother-in-law is Filipino. She comes from the city of Iloilo on  Panay island. She is a spirited, bright, and creative individual who embraces her culture. While she lives in America, she resides in the Midwest and my husband, children and I live in Southern California. Our main means of communicating with my in-laws is through video chat on Skype, just like we use for language lessons ...

Tips for learning another language

Every student studying another language wishes they can wake up and speak the language fluently. Right? How amazing would that be! However, we all know this is far from the truth. Learning a new language can be really tough and of course, quite a long process. It takes true dedication and practice to become fluent in another language. Many people now-a-days are looking for the fastest and m...

Why College Students Need Foreign Language Study

It’s that time of year where aisles of beach towels, swimsuits and sunscreen are being replaced by pens, pencils and calculators. Back to school is upon us and that means young adults all over the country are preparing and planning for their college course load. More and more schools are realizing the importance of foreign language learning and adding requirements into degree programs ...

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/// Skype ARABIC Student Testimonials

Find out what our Arabic students have said about their learning experiences at Live Lingua.

Arabic Student Testimonials

  • It is very hard to find a native Arabic speaking teacher in my area, but I needed to learn it for a new job that would move me to north Africa. Live Lingua Arabic was a godsend for me.

    John D.
  • [My Arabic tutor] is a exceptional. She is very attentive and not only is teaching me about the Arabic language but also the cultural norms.

    Emmanuel M.
  • My husband is from Saudi Arabia and his mom did not speak English or German, that is why I started with Live Lingua. My in-law was very impressed with my level this last time we visited.

    Ira P.
  • Most of my clients speak Arabic, and I was no comfortable when they called me on the phone. Now I can speak with them without any problem, and my boss is very happy with the results.

    Oksana P. - Travel Agent
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