Today LingoHut will start offering free Arabic lessons to anyone who speaks any of the 52 languages we present on the site. With this new service, it is now easier to learn Arabic from your native tongue. LingoHut’s resources are easy to implement into your daily agenda. They are flexible, self-paced, and always available for free and online.
Arabic is the official language of 22 countries. With more than 290 million native speakers and millions of others gaining some level of fluency, it is one of the five most spoken languages in the world.
English has many words acquired either directly from Arabic or indirectly from Arabic words that have entered Romance languages before passing into English. Examples include alchemy, alcohol, algebra, algorithm, alkaline, (the article ‘al’ in Arabic denotes ‘the’). Amber, arsenal, candy, coffee, cotton, ghoul, hazard, lemon, loofah, magazine, sherbet, sofa, tariff – and many more words derived from Arabic. Even the number system used today was introduced to Europeans by Arab merchants.
Want to improve your CV or resume? As languages become an important skill to have in many industries, we at LingoHut are pleased to help people advance in their career. We are enthusiastic to support anyone wanting to start a journey exploring the Arabic language.
Visit us today and find how easy it is to be bilingual.