I use iTalki quite a lot, most days of the week, and I take classes regularly with several teachers. In my experience, iTalki is best to get conversation practice, rather than to structure your study, which I find I generally do better on my own. However there are also a handful of teachers that may be able to build an engaging curriculum for you, if that is what you are looking for.
To choose a teacher, you should first try a few, to find the best fit for you. To get a preliminary indication of the teacher’s quality, their rating is not useful (almost all teachers on iTalki are rated 5/5 and have good comments). However, you can look at the ratio between the number of lessons and the number of students. In my experience, the best Arabic teachers on iTalki usually have a ratio above 10.
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