My name is Rabea, and I am from Cairo, Egypt. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Arabic Linguistics and Literature and have been teaching Arabic as a foreign language to students of the most diverse nationalities for more than six years. I have experience teaching students at different levels from absolute beginners to more advanced learners, both in person and via Skype.
For me, teaching and learning languages is not only about grammar and linguistics, but rather about having a privileged access to a different culture. I am indeed convinced that “the limits of your language are the limits of your world”.
My method consists in taking my students through a natural learning process by exposing them to situations they would encounter in Egyptian everyday life. Furthermore, throughout my life, my passion for learning European languages has made me more aware of the peculiarities of my mother tongue and able to identify the differences that might cause difficulties to non-Arabic speakers.
I am passionate about traveling, cycling, and exploring different parts of Egypt. I have gone on many cycling trips around the country with just my bike and a backpack.
I am an Egyptian certified teacher of Arabic as a Foreign Language with a master’s degree from the American University in Cairo (AUC). I enjoy communicating with people and learning more about different cultures. During the past three years, I have taught students from different nationalities and levels (especially beginner and intermediate). My favorite teaching approach is the Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) approach, in which language is taught through meaningful contexts. In my free time, I enjoy reading and traveling.
I’m Gihad Ahmad. I’m a 21-year-old Egyptian girl. I live in Assiut, which is a city located in Upper Egypt. My major is English Literature and the English language. I love reading which makes me feel and live more. I also love to write what’s popping up in my mind. Actually, I wrote my first short story three months ago. I believe that the easiest way to understand someone is to know about his/her culture, and language is a method we use for this purpose. I enjoy teaching Arabic, especially my Egyptian dialect through language exchange apps to let people know more about our culture, traditions, and lifestyle. I translate songs, pronounce words, and talk about food recipes. Learning Arabic is gonna’ be fun with me.
My name is Nermine Habib. I am from Cairo. I am a professional online Arabic teacher with five years of experience. I have a Master’s Degree in Linguistics, focused on tackling Egyptian slang.
As for my earlier educational background, I have an undergraduate certificate in English language and my mother tongue is Arabic.
I really enjoy teaching to have the chance to interact with people from different cultures and learn from them. I am patient with my students to help them acquire the Arabic language. I use different interactive tools, such as flash cards, photos and games, to enjoy the sessions.
I am a very energetic woman who loves traveling, swimming, cycling and interacting with people from different countries.
My name is Nabila ElSayed. I am from Cairo, Egypt. I graduated with honors from Dar AlUloom University with a Bachelors in Arabic Studies and Literature. I have been teaching Arabic to non-Arabic speakers for more than 17 years and hold a certification for teaching Arabic to English speakers.
I am happily married with two daughters. I enjoy spending time with family, poetry, and gardening. I am an avid reader and a nature enthusiast.
My name is Mohammed Gad. I am from Giza, Egypt but I teach in Cairo. I graduated with honors from the Faculty of Education with a Bachelors in Arabic Studies and Literature. I have been teaching Arabic to non-Arabic speakers for more than 15 years and hold a certification for teaching Arabic to English speakers.
I am happily married with two daughters. I enjoy playing football (soccer) and swimming and am also an avid reader and a nature enthusiast.
My name is Alaa Riad. I have been teaching for five years now besides working as a translator and teacher trainer. I prefer teaching beginners and pre-intermediate students where I feel all the real learning happens. Cross-cultural communication is my passion. I enjoy reading, cooking, traveling and learning languages, of course. Can’t wait to meet you and hear your native-like Arabic. I assure you that, studying with me, you will get to know things that are not found in books!
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