The number of Arabic (and its variants) speakers consists of around 240 million people, with another 50 million using Arabic as a second language. The ways in which Arabic differs from Russian (including an utterly different alphabet, right to left writing, an absence of capital letters, etc.) ensure that learning Arabic is a complicated, but enjoyable task. The claim that learning Arabic develops the brain and broadens ones horizons is incontrovertible.
The online language school Language Life offers private and group Arabic language lessons with professional teachers and native speakers. With us you can learn Arabic regardless of your current language level as the majority of our teachers speak Russian fluently. Our programmes are designed to meet the demands of wide range of students and the use of recent technologies transforms the learning process into an enjoyable game.