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Register for Arabic

Register for Arabic

Welcome to Arabic with Arabic Daily. This is some information we have put together to support your registration process. Some steps you may have already taken and some you may still need to do. If you have already completed all the steps, mentioned on the how to enrol page, then you are almost there and good luck with the assessment and lessons.

  1. Email your interest with as much information about the learner’s Arabic background, level, the year at school, age, how long you wish to take the lessons for, year of intended exam, location, is it for home or online tuition etc.
  2. After your initial email, we may request some more information if your first email is not sufficient or other info that you shall need to send via email. Any delay in reply may mean you miss out on a slot.
  3. Connect via Skype. Request a link if you are not familiar with Skype. If you already have a Skype ID then you can connect with us at arabicdaily all one word, it may also appear in the search as Arabic Daily . (with a period after the word). You should avoid trying to connect at the same time as your appointment, just in case there are issues trying to connect as this can waste valuable time. Try to connect with us a day before your lessons are due to start. 
  4. You will then receive information on how and when to make payment. One-off payments for an assessment or for lessons that start mid-month will have a different payment date arrangement to the normal monthly advanced payment date. The monthly advanced payment date is no later than the 1st (first) of each month. The time of the advanced monthly payment is no later than midday if your lessons are in the evening or on the previous day if your lessons are early morning or afternoon. This email should be saved for future payment reference.
  5. Once payment has been received, and your Skype is set up/connected, you should send us a message in Skype with the following info: learner’s name, assessment date and time and any other info you may wish to state.

That’s it for the initial registration process, don’t forget the T&Cs. Thank you and good luck.

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Terms and Conditions for Arabic Tuition

Terms and Conditions

Dear all,

please find below a link to our terms and conditions page.

Links to our tuition policy are located at various points on this website as well as on our facebook and twitter sites.

The easiest way to find it is via the menu tab at the top of this website or via the categories section (under terms of service.

This post is just another way for you to be able to view the terms and conditions, via the link above.

Terms and Conditions


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Terms of Understanding

Please Read the Terms of Service Page

Where to find it – in the link below or normally under the How to Enrol tab in the top menu or at the bottom of this website or in the categories list or you can ask for a copy if you have not received one or you can find a link in our Twitter or Facebook pages.

What is it about?

It concerns matters relating to cost, payment method/options, discounts and offers, administration charges, long distance tuition, assessments, tips, writing materials, food, drink and conversation, home visits, cancellations, refunds, missed lessons, holidays and more.

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Some reasons to learn Arabic

Arabic is the fourth/fifth most spoken language in the world. There are many countries that speak Arabic as a first language. One of the first things that a person does when he or she becomes a Muslim is to learn some basic Arabic words and chapters of the Quran. Arabic is also the language of many Christians in the Middle East who are very proud of their language.

Why would anyone learn Arabic?

  1. It is a scientific language.
  2. It is a spiritual language.
  3. It is one of the top languages to learn in political and economic circles.
  4. Its letters are clear, unlike many other languages where various letters can have different sounds and pronunciations.
  5. It is a language whose learners increase every time someone becomes Muslim…and we all know how many people are becoming Muslims, despite the negative media stereotypes and shocking stories.
  6. It is a language not just of Arabs or for Arabs, as the Arabic language has been made international…it is now open for anyone to learn.
  7. There are obviously many jobs a person can get if they can speak Arabic such as within Journalism, travel companies, NGO’s, charitable organisations and aid agencies, translation and interpretation, teaching, spy agencies and secret services, financial institutes working and meeting with those rich Arabs etc etc etc.
  8. For social reasons…maybe you have a Muslim friend or know someone who is Arab or speaks Arabic.
  9. It is a language that has been around for some 2000 years. It has classical, modern and colloquial versions of it.
  10. And last but not least it is the language of one of the most popular and widely read books ever. The language of a book that is controversial but attracts so many people of all backgrounds and cultures. It is the language of the Holy Quran.

There are many Arabic words used in other languages like English, you may even speak words of Arabic origin without even realising.

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