An effort in f a c i l i t a t i o n

Interactive Arabic Course!

Grab this opportunity to learn Arabic. At the convenience of your home. For free! 🙂

Arabic Language institute at King Saud University, Saudi Arabia, is proud to launch the Interactive Arabic Project. The Interactive Arabic is a pioneering online Arabic Language project which provides a very rich environment equipped with advanced technologies. The purpose of the project is to help non-native speakers interested in learning Arabic by offering complete Arabic lessons to be available for free on the internet. 

The Interactive Arabic can be accessed from any part of the world. All what learners need is to complete the online registration process and start learning immediately. Arabic language programs, either official or private, can benefit from the project by having their students enroll online. They just need to register with their emails along with a created password, and they would be able to enjoy the experience of learning Arabic language online easily.

The Interactive Arabic is a self-learning project. Learners, therefore, are required to have a prior knowledge of the pronunciation and the written form of Arabic Alphabets. This is the only prerequisite before they can benefit from such a project.


The Interactive Arabic project focuses on the Arabic language skills and elements. These include: vocabulary, structures, listening, speaking, reading and writing. In addition, the content demonstrates Arabic culture and some social aspects of everyday life. The aim is to help learners achieve basic communicative Arabic skills by exposing them to a communicative Arabic language.

The language used in the project is the contemporary Modern Standard Arabic. It is neither the old classic Arabic nor the colloquial ones, but the simple and clear Arabic, the language of education, press, and news TV stations such as Aljazeera, Al-Arabiya, and the like. In other words, a combination of using this project and watching these TV stations will more likely result in a better language competence.


The content of the Interactive Arabic project has been taken from the book: Arabic for the World , written by Hassan Alshamrani , and printed at King Saud University. The content has been modified to be appropriate to the environment of the computer and the internet. The process took about eight months with a considerable time and efforts to end up with such an interactive project.

The Interactive Arabic consists of twelve unites, including a variety of topics appropriate for beginners in Arabic. The topics cover various aspects of Arabic culture which are presented through situations involving daily life dialogues and conversations. These are the backbone of each unit in terms of common vocabulary and expressions, and grammatical structures.

Log in here to register and go ahead….!

For details and queries email to this id: interactivearabic1@gmail.com

October 11, 2012 - Posted by | Muqeet's (assorted) | , , , , ,


  1. Aaww,
    this is a welcome effort for those of us innon arab speaking area, but it is not accessible,registration is not going. please put me through on how to enjoy this chance.

    Comment by Dr Muhammed-Isa Abdul-Mujeeb | October 14, 2012 | Reply

    • Wa alaikumus salam wa rahmatullah.

      I checked now and it is working very here from my side.
      Try again, Inshaa’Allah.
      Go to this link:
      Then scroll down to find Sign In. Click Sign In. Again scroll down.
      Then enter your e-mail id and select a password. Enter Sign-In.
      Then you will have to check your e-mail id for a confirmation mail which will give you a link.
      When you click that link you will be able to log in to the main site, Inshaa’Allah.
      Hope this solves your problem.

      Comment by MuQeet | October 14, 2012 | Reply

  2. MashaAllah

    Comment by Mariam Mababaya | June 1, 2013 | Reply

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