Learn Arabic

A free online magazine for Arabic language learners

Free Language organizes available resources - almost exclusively free - for learning Arabic all in one place: right here. Each language has a unique magazine and this is the Arabic Language Learning Magazine.

The Arab world has a fascinating history and hosts multiple distinct cultures, all of which speak some variety of Arabic. Arabic is an important global language which has a wide variety of dialects. The Arabic-speaking world offers exotic and historical travel destinations, enchanting music, international business opportunity, amazing architecture and so much more.

A huge directory of Arabic learning materials

The available resources that make up the Arabic language learning magazine depend on what information, tools, websites, methods and materials exist online for learning Arabic.

The resources listed below include Arabic mobile apps, Arabic audio, courses, games, lessons, phrasebooks, podcasts, videos, social language communities, software, translation services and travel language resources.

New Arabic articles are published regularly and this page changes regularly, so please be sure to check back often!

Browse the Arabic Language Learning Magazine below

There are a lot of articles for the Arabic language, so this may take some time! To help you navigate more easily, you may use the "Learn Arabic" menu above to filter articles by specific type. This allows you to narrow down the scope and quickly find the exact kind of Arabic learning materials you want.

Additionally, each Arabic resource has links at the bottom to easily view the previous and next articles, which are ordered chronologically according to the date they were published.

About the Arabic Language

Arabic (الْعَرَبيّة al-ʿarabiyyah or just عَرَبيْ ʿarabī) is the largest living member of the Semitic language family in terms of speakers. It is closely related to Hebrew and Aramaic. Modern Standard Arabic, widely studied and known throughout the Islamic world, derives from Classical Arabic, the only surviving member of the Old North Arabian dialect group.

Arabic has lent many words to other languages of the Islamic world, as Latin has contributed to most European languages. And in turn, it has also borrowed from those languages, as well as Persian and Sanskrit from early contacts with their affiliated regions.

During the Middle Ages, Arabic was a major vehicle of culture, especially in science, mathematics and philosophy, with the result that many European languages have also borrowed numerous words from it, especially Spanish and Portuguese due to both the proximity of European and Arab civilization and 700 years of Arab governance of the Iberian peninsula.

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Photo by: Oliver Clarke

A stunning desert landscape from Wadi Rum, Jordan, one of over twenty countries where Arabic is the official language