Learning Arabic Made Simpler Through a Fun, Social Platform - LearnArabic.Com
12/03/2012

LearnArabic.Com is the new quick, smart and fun way to start mastering the Arabic language. It is an exciting platform which combines audio, video, quizzes, specialized apps, and interactive features with a distinct and unique approach to teaching.

Online PR News – 03-December-2012 – Bloomington – The Foreign Service Institute (FSI) of the US Department of State has rated Arabic (along with Japanese) as one of the most challenging languages to learn. The Arabic language has seen great interest over the past decade. due to the increasing relevance of the Middle East in the political, social and economical affairs of the world. However, a large number of learners see small incremental steps in followed by intermittent periods of confusion and frustration.LearnArabic.Com is the new quick, smart and fun way to start mastering the Arabic language. It is an exciting platform which combines audio, video, quizzes, specialized apps, and interactive features with a distinct and unique approach to teaching. The current member base is enthralled and fully engaged, providing comments such as "I'm not jumping ahead of myself but this is genius!", and another writes, "I am very surprised, pleased and challenged by this unique, clear, attractive and interactive way of teaching the Arabic language...I am especially looking forward to the higher levels. I can't wait, as I am very curious." and yet another writes, "very addictive and beneficial." At LearnArabic.Com, the process of mastering Arabic is set within an adventure plot. Members agree to board a plane travelling to a mysterious destination to receive specialised training. From here, the actual adventure commences. Members compete to earn badges and points, and the leaderboard is a battleground for fierce competition. In two-weeks of launch, the website has attracted overe 2000 members, and is growing steadily. Learners are from over 80 countries, and ages range from 3-year olds to 83-year olds.Dan BrockieLanguage and Culture Enthusiast,Member, http://www.learnarabic.com