Blog

Newsletter

Stay updated with our latest offers, latest blog posts, and promotions.

Monday, 07 June 2021 / Published in Learn Arabic Culture
easy arabic
Learning a foreign language is a valuable and exciting experience. Being multilingual comes among those qualities that make a good impression on every person. From showing it off on your date and making a good impression during an interview, you will be a confident and stronger person after learning to speak a different language. E-learning
Tuesday, 25 May 2021 / Published in Learn Arabic Culture
ffast learning arabic
So you have decided to learn Arabic. Do you know that Arabic is the official language of 25 countries, and there are almost 420 million Arabic speakers across the globe? It is great to learn a new language. It is a great and fun experience, but some languages are somewhat hard to memorize, and one of
Wednesday, 19 May 2021 / Published in Learn Arabic Culture
learn arabic for free
Before discovering an easy way to learn Arabic, you should know more about the Arabic language. Arabic is basically an Afroasiatic language that evolved in the 7th century in the Arabic Peninsula and presently is spoken in 30 different countries and territories across North Africa and the Middle-East. It is the native language for more
Wednesday, 12 May 2021 / Published in Learn Arabic Culture
best work in arabic
The popularity and relevance of the Arabic language have never been under the scanner for many years. It is one of the most ancient languages in the world. You can find Arabic as the official language of over 20 countries. There are 300 million native Arabic speakers all around the world today. It has never
Wednesday, 05 May 2021 / Published in Learn Islam & Islamic History
arabic calligraphy
Originally, Arabic calligraphy was a communication tool. However, Muslims utilize Arabic calligraphy in decoration, architecture, and coin design with each passing time. Origin of Arabic calligraphy Calligraphy in Islamic art started in the 7th century in the Middle East by introducing Islam’s new religion. Calligraphy was the only type of art that Muslim scribes considered
TOP
Select your currency
EUREuro