Mission & FAQs2021-03-18T14:33:00-04:00

Mission:

We are a team of educators — scholars & educational experts — working together to create the best learning experience.

Arabic Daily began in 2016 after Faraz returned from Amman, Jordan. Faraz began teaching Arabic to a few students in his spare time. As time went along he wrote an action oriented workbook provided to the Arabic Daily students during online instruction. Over the past three years this method has now been taught to over 500 students. While our specialty will always be to teach to communities, we now offer classes to high school students for accreditation.

And there you have Arabic Daily — unique, modern, online education of classical Arabic. We strive to make teaching meaningful and personal. We believe in supporting local education and and we also believe students deserve only the best quality education.

While classical Arabic is the language of the Qur’ān and ḥadīth, it also provides access to a myriad of sciences – poetry, biographies, calligraphy, etc. In addition, classical Arabic provides the fundamental elements of grammar that has helped many students studying Modern Standard Arabic.

Arabic Daily strives on four elements: 1) Accessibility in live classes paired with recordings. 2) In-house material creation from writing our text to creating the curriculum to providing a dynamic student portal. 3) Following protocols set forward by accreditation standards to ensure students receive a consistently high quality learning experience. 4) Focusing on blending compassion and patience by going at a pace where students feel comfortable and nurtured while instilling a love for learning classical Arabic.

Purpose:

Our purpose is to make Classical Arabic accessible to students to spark their love and interest for the genres that lie ahead.

What if I can’t attend class during the times offered?2021-04-01T12:25:54-04:00

We try to pick the best time for our students world-wide. For those who can’t attend the live classes we do offer recordings that are posted within 24 hours.

Do you provide a pdf copy of the book?2020-10-19T04:04:42-04:00

No.

Do you ship internationally?2020-10-19T04:04:13-04:00

Yes, but the student has to pay shipping costs. We also recommend paying in advanced to allow time for the books to arrive. Due to the Covid-19 situation shipping may take longer.

What will I learn?2021-04-01T12:24:11-04:00
Who is this course for?2020-11-24T21:17:27-05:00
  • High schoolers looking to fulfill their foreign language requirement.
  • Someone who wants to understand the Quran and hadith
  • Someone who has studied Arabic but wants a better grammatical understanding
  • PhD students seeking to access classical texts
  • Curious explorers
How often are classes?2020-11-24T21:18:21-05:00

For more information look under the classes tab.

Does the course come with a workbook?2020-10-19T04:00:36-04:00

Yes, once you purchase the course we will send you the workbook in the mail. We ship everything through priority mail. Prices may be higher than usual due to Covid-19. We appreciate your patience.

Is there homework?2020-10-19T03:59:19-04:00

Yes. After each topic we give you either Quranic verses or hadith exercises to test out the new topic you’ve learned.

Why Quran and hadith?

  • It is voweled (most Arabic texts are not voweled)
  • If one can break down Quran and hadith, then everything else becomes easier
  • There are many translations available
How are the classes structured?2020-10-19T03:58:33-04:00

Our classes are live through Zoom. After class has ended, we post the recording online for viewers to see. Each student will have access to the recordings for one year.

Do you teach Classical or Modern Standard Arabic?2020-10-19T03:58:03-04:00