06-10-2018, 07:35 AM
I introduce myself, I am a young Moroccan, the Arabic language is my native language, I like to help those who are interested in learning this language, the problem is that my level of English is not good enough and the pronunciation alsoSo I will be grateful if you share with me your opinionReply
Do I have to improve my English first before starting?
Or to start and enjoy this passion (to teach Arabic to people) to improve my English? will people be flexible with my mistakes?
Thank you in advance
06-10-2018, 10:11 AM
Wow, that's so amazing. I always wanted to learn Arabic. I know how to read Arabic and it's alphabets but I don't know the meanings of the words and sentences.Reply
You don't need to be fluent or too good in English to teach Arabic. In English, if people make grammatical mistakes it's understood easily and you can make out what the person wants to say. But still, make sure you can understand and explain in English.
For now, you should start . And if you're facing problems in English then tackle those simultaneously. I think you should do both at the same time, teach Arabic as well as improve your English. People may or may not be flexible, you have to handle them smartly. Just let them know that your English isn't that good enough so you'll learn English from them and they'll learn Arabic from you.
06-10-2018, 12:12 PM
Originally Posted by Nashita
Thank you very much for your answer :)
That's what other people told me
10-26-2018, 08:27 AM
Omar this is a late of a reply but you don't need to learn English in order to teach Arabic to a no n arab..mashaa AllaahReply
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