Hi there, my name is Amr, I’m an experienced Arabic language teacher for over 2 years, my style of teaching depends on explaining the language from your own logic or based on your understanding of English grammar plus I’m a fluent English speaker so I can convey my message with full clearance and receive yours In the same way, I’ve graduated from the Faculty of Arts department of psychology in 2011 and since then worked as a Psychology teacher besides my love for learning languages as I was developing English I learned German as well so I know how learning a new language looks like, I started teaching Arabic as a second language in Cairo at some languages centers and school which allowed me to engage with students from everywhere in the world, I’m gonna make you interact all the time through Expressing your thoughts &believes in Arabic, I use a modern way of teaching includes Games, Movies, Songs, Cartoon.
So don't worry your Homework is gonna be an Arabic song in the worst scenario or can say ( laugh & Fun ) is guaranteed
Being in Cairo will make your learning process much easier because you're dealing with native speakers daily
To be honest yes and No
No, if you are going to learn Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) because it's a long journey and this journey needs concentration and determination all the way and you must be passionate about the language
Yes, if you are going to learn the Egyptian dialect, because it's very catchy and consists of some patterns that make the way to conquer the language much easier for non-native speakers
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