Introduction

I wanted to share with you some of my favorite links for learning Arabic. I have organized the links into categories and have included screenshots and short descriptions of each site to help you find the most useful resources. Each description begins with acronyms specifying the variety of Arabic found on the site: Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), Egyptian Arabic (ECA), Levantine Arabic (LA), etc. A $ lets you know that the site is mostly paid content, while ($) means that there is a good deal of free content but also paid content. (See the key below.)

There are a lot of resources on the Internet, a lot of good materials, as well as a lot of sites I would not recommend. These lists are only those which I have personally used and recommend. None of these links are affiliate links. I receive nothing if you click through. If you know a great site that isn’t listed here, you can let me know about it by filling out the Suggest a Link form below. I will consider adding links to the lists, but only if I love the resource and would personally recommend them to Lingualism readers. Please do not submit the same link suggestion more than once.

I wanted to share with you some of my favorite links for learning Arabic. I have organized the links into categories and have included screenshots and short descriptions of each site to help you find the most useful resources. Each description begins with acronyms specifying the variety of Arabic found on the site: Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), Egyptian Arabic (ECA), Levantine Arabic (LA), etc. A $ lets you know that the site is mostly paid content, while ($) means that there is a good deal of free content but also paid content. (See the key to the right.)

There are a lot of resources on the Internet, a lot of good materials, as well as a lot of sites I would not recommend. These lists are only those which I have personally used and recommend. None of these links are affiliate links. I receive nothing if you click through. If you know a great site that isn’t listed here, you can let me know about it by filling out the Suggest a Link form on the right. I will consider adding links to the lists, but only if I love the resource and would personally recommend them to Lingualism readers. Please do not submit the same link suggestion more than once.

By ‘realia’, I mean real-world materials, as opposed to those designed for learners. By their nature, realia are suitable for more advanced learners.