Learning the Arabic grammar can seem like the hardest and most boring task when you start learning the language. Most Arabic teachers would start by teaching you the grammar rules. That’s probably why you hated doing Arabic grammar exercises in school. We don’t blame you. We feel the same way.
Though it’s not the first thing you have to learn, knowing the Arabic grammar has its importance and sooner or later you will have to deal with it. The secret is taking courses designed to teach you grammar without the need to study endless rules. How? By absorbing the basic Arabic grammar rules while listening to natives having real conversations. That’s how kids learn. At the age of 5, kids are already fluent in their native language. How can this be? They don’t even know what a verb is at that age. It’s because they hear their parents speaking. That’s the best approach for you as well. That’s exactly how we, at Mondly, approach learning the Arabic grammar and millions of people worldwide appreciate our innovative app. By listening to natives, you will know advanced Arabic grammar rules to use in real life conversations even if you never studied the rules themselves.
Have you ever thought you can love learning grammar? Learning the Arabic grammar doesn’t have to be neither boring nor hard. That’s exactly why our world class linguists have created fun and friendly Arabic grammar exercises so you can enjoy learning Arabic.
Inside the app, you will find 3 different sections dedicated to learning the Arabic grammar online. Each section consists of 7 or 8 grammar lessons that take around 5 minutes each to complete. Every lesson introduces Arabic grammar exercises where you read, listen to natives, write and speak. Rooted in science, our exercises are specifically created to keep you engaged and make learning Arabic as easy and fun as possible.
We believe Arabic grammar exercises should get you ready for real life conversations. In school, you were typically forced to memorize conjugations, pronouns and verbs. This makes learning hard and, even after a few years, you might not be able to have a real conversation. Millions of people around the world are in this exact situation.
That’s why our language experts created a language learning experience where you can practice Arabic grammar naturally, by building real sentences anchored in real life situations. Order food in a restaurant. Have a casual chat with a native speaker about your day. Explore ways of talking about the books you read. These are all grammar exercises created around certain themes in order to boost your learning.
Want to learn certain conjugations? With our on demand conjugation table you can click on verbs during any exercise and you will be able to see their conjugations. The present, past and future tense are now all at your fingertips. What’s even better, depending on your grammar level, you can choose to learn Arabic grammar for beginners, intermediate grammar or jump to the advanced Arabic grammar exercises. No matter your level of Arabic, you will get the most out of your learning with Mondly.
We have good news about the Arabic punctuation. While the Arabic symbols are inverted, they are similar to western punctuation. For example, while in English a comma is facing left (,), in Arabic you have an inverted version facing right (،). This is the same for question marks (? -> ؟) and quotation marks (”” -> ”“). The exclamation mark (!) is used in the same way as in English.
It’s also worth mentioning that Arabic speakers care a great deal about mutual respect. That’s why when you meet someone for the first time it’s polite to say ”السلام عليكم” (assalamu a’alaikum) which means “Peace be upon you”. If you want to ask for something you should show respect by starting the sentence with “من فضلك“ (min Fadlak), which is a polite form of saying “please” in Arabic. Also, similar to German or other languages that put an emphasis on titles, you should address a man you meet for the first time with ”السيـّد” (assayed) which means “Mister” while a woman should be addressed using “السيـّدة” (assayida) meaning “Miss”.
Our linguists have created Arabic exercises that will feel like playing a game. The catch: you absorb the Arabic grammar effortlessly. In no time, you’ll be getting compliments from natives for your Arabic skills.
Instead of learning the hardest parts of the Arabic grammar first, we take you through a journey of the most used Arabic words and sentences. This means that you start by learning what really matters first.
Learning Arabic can sometimes feel overwhelming. That’s why we created language leaderboards to keep you motivated along the way. Play your way to Arabic by competing with friends and the entire world.
Every Arabic exercise created by our world class linguists is meant to bring you one step closer to having real conversations. That’s why we created speaking exercises for you to practice the Arabic grammar you learn.
"The drag-and-drop and visuals make it a lot more fun and easy than just reading flashcards."
"Mondly uses games and gestures to help you learn new languages."
"On Mondly, users can interact using both text input or speech."
"Mondly encourages its users to practice in everyday scenarios, such as ordering food and drinks in a restaurant."