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💸 What is the cost of Arabic classes in Houston?

The average cost of an Arabic course in Houston is $25.


Tutors rates will depend on a few factors:

  • the experience of your Arabic teacher
  • where your lessons will be (via webcam or an outside location)
  • the number of classes and the duration of each class
  • the goal of your classes

97% of our private tutors give their first lesson free. Check out the rates of our Arabic instructors in your region.

💻 Is it possible to take private Arabic classes online?

Connect with native Arabic speakers on Superprof to improve your Arabic language skills faster and to perfect your accent.


Many of our Arabic teachers also offer private online tuition. In fact, about 80% of the private tutors across our platform offer Arabic classes via Skype.


To find the available online tutors, just enter your subject criteria into the search engine and select the webcam filter to see the available teachers who are currently offering online courses in your desired subject.


Online courses via webcam offer you more flexibility. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the tutor does not need to travel.


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✒️ How do students score their Arabic tutor in Houston?

From a sample of 1 scores, students scored their tutors an average of 4.9 out of five.


In case of a complication with our service, a customer service manager from the Superprof team will be on hand to find a solution (by phone or mail from Monday - Friday).


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👴🏼 Why not begin private Arabic lessons in Houston?

Whether you want to take private lessons from the comfort of your home or at an outside location, choose your private teacher and reserve your Arabic lessons today.


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Learning Arabic in Houston

Arabic is being spoken daily all over the world. Including big cities in the United States. People of the Middle East and Asian heritage keep Arabic flourish daily in business and community life. 

Superprof tutors employ various techniques to teach Arabic to non-native students. Years of experience and hundreds of hours of training in Modern Standard Arabic (often called MSA) and Classical Arabic make our tutors adaptable to your individual needs. 


How do you read Arabic 101?

Getting started with Arabic means learning how to read the alphabet first. The best advice we can give is - if you have time to learn reading before your academic class starts, do it. 

The meaning of words doesn't matter. Concentrate instead on repeating sounds of each of 28 consonant phonemes as your read letters entirely new to you. Get used to short vowels being placed under consonants. 

Learning new vocabulary will go faster for you. You will keep up with your class. 

Once you get the alphabet and long-short-vowels logic in place, practice reading out loud in front of your Superprof tutor.

Make sure you memorize each of the new letters over one month, automatize. The next thing you need to do is recognize letters' different forms. Some letters are written differently at the beginning, middle, or end of a word. 

For a beginner, there is so much to learn before he says or writes your first sentence. 

Keep that in mind when you tackle Arabic in one academic year. If you rely only on the class teacher reading out Arabic text, you may be losing speed at learning vocabulary. Soon you will struggle to catch up before exams. 


How can I learn Arabic by myself? 

Arabic has no shared vocabulary with Latin-based languages. This is why Superprof tutors in Arabic are so much in demand. Learning Arabic by yourself is extremely difficult. If you do that, expect people to correct your sentence structure and pronunciation. Even worse, your teacher may not understand what you are asking. 

Consider five or ten online tutor courses as a motivational move. Your to-do list will have to start with the ability to read anything - short nouns preferably. And continue with numbers, grammar, and sentence structure. 

Struggling at the beginning of the school year would influence your learning curve and tarnish your test results.  

Other facts you need to know about Arabic before getting started : 

  • Arabic is written from right to left 
  • There is a difference between what is called Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), and Classical Arabic
  • Short vowels - a, i, or u (as opposed to the long vowels aa, uu, and ii) are not shown in the script
  • Arabic script is always joined or cursive
  • There are no capital letters.
  • Arabic letters have slightly different forms, depending on whether they come at the beginning, middle, or end of a word
  • A few letters do not join to the following letter, but all Arabic letters join to the preceding one

The usual practice during one-on-one classes focuses on your needs and learning style. 

Learning about the rich subject of Arabic with enthusiasm is the first step towards progress. 


Can I learn Arabic online? 

Different dialects of Arabic are spoken in different regions and countries throughout the Arab world. Arabic is spoken by about 400 million people. TV programs from the Middle East and North Africa are broadcasted in different dialects. Pick your favorite sports, series, or reality show from Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Tunisia, Syria, Palestine, or Saudi Arabia. Be prepared to set subtitles on your device or Youtube channel. 

  • Read Arabic subtitles out loud to yourself at random, 30 minutes per day
  • Pronounce phonemes. When struggling, pause your video and re-read it again
  • Pay attention to spoken Arabic and transcript the maximum of words in Latin. Then look up their correct spelling in Arabic. 
  • Bring your notes to your Superprof course. Correct together. 

Your goal is to get your grades right and discover a new language. Enjoy your first success in learning Arabic thanks to private courses. Find your ideal tutor on Supeprof. 

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