Learn to Speak Arabic

Tags: Arabic, Foreign Languages

Learn Arabic using smart web & mobile flashcards designed by top students, teachers, and professors. Study as efficiently as possible.

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About Arabic on Brainscape

What is Arabic?

Arabic is a Central Semitic language and the official language of Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), and the Yemen.

With around 280 million speakers, Arabic is the fifth major language spoken globally, both in terms of approximately 315 million native speakers and 450 million total speakers, which includes those that speak Arabic as a second language.

Arabic majors may consider a number of career paths after graduation. Interpreters and translators are highly prized and many graduates may become involved in international business. Graduates can also seek a number of roles such as Foreign Exchange Trader, College Professor, National Security Agent, and International Relations Consultant.

To find out more about learning Arabic, check out The American Association of Teachers of Arabic.


Learning Arabic

Arabic students face a number of challenges. Not least of all is beginning to comprehend the Arabic alphabet, in its many forms and characters which are unrecognizable to English speakers. The Brainscape system allows you to take in information slowly and gradually pick up speed in your own time, gaining confidence as you master a new language.

There are tens of thousands of Arabic flashcards prepared by like-minded students to choose from on this page, covering a variety of categories and levels. If languages are your thing, you might also like to link to some of our other dedicated pages such as French, Spanish, German, and Latin. At Brainscape, you can also revamp your coursework and make your own flashcards.

Learn Faster in Brainscape

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The CBR system incorporates active recall, spaced repetition, and active recall making it the most powerful learning engine on the planet. Driven by the users metacognitive responses, the algorithm precisely orders the flashcard sequence for optimal learning so you never waste a second.  

To get started just click on ‘make flashcards’ at the top of the page or a deck below. Good Luck!