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My goal is to introduce students from many nationalities to the language and culture of the Arabic-speaking world. I have an excellent command of the Arabic language, with many years of experience as a professional teacher and a native speaker, as well as strong skills in every aspect of the Arabic grammar and composition.
I have spent many years teaching Arabic literature especially to new learners of the language, aside from my work in the Science field. Thousands of students have graduated from my classes to become successful leaders in the many fields of higher-education.
I have written and edited a variety of local reviews, journals, poems and articles that were published in many newspapers and websites, and I have many posts and presentations in several conferences and seminars. In addition, I have proofread several books and papers in preparation for publication, which were ultimately recognized by many key academic personnel. I am also fluent in both the English (written/spoken) and French languages.
I started teaching in NC since 2013 for students aged 12 years and up, face to face and online. My students are doing an AMAZING job learning Arabic even without any Language background!
So, let us start the challenge! I am looking forward to the opportunity to let you speak and write Arabic!
"Shukran!" Thank you! "Marhaban!" Hello!
My goal is to introduce students from many nationalities to the language and culture of the Arabic-speaking world. I have an excellent command of the Arabic language, with many years of experience as a
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