Mango’s Arabic (Modern Standard) course on desktop and mobile.

Learn Arabic (Modern Standard) with confidence

With Mango Languages’ Arabic (Modern Standard) language course, learn Arabic at home and on the go with our desktop, Android, and iOS apps. Wherever your adventure takes you, whether to the ancient architecture carved into the red rocks of Petra, Jordan, or to the film-famous city of Ourzazate, Morocco, you won’t get lost with our Arabic language course.

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Mango Languages' Arabic (MSA) desktop pathway and mobile course.
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Speak Arabic like a local

Our certified linguists crafted our comprehensive Arabic language course alongside native-speaker instructors to ensure that every conversation is practical and grammatically correct. With each bite-sized lesson, you’ll increase your language proficiency and cultural understanding and will be able to create your own phrases using the new language structures that you learn.

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Learn Arabic and explore Arab culture with Mango Languages’ easy-to-digest units, which introduce you to Arabic vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture. Our interactive words and phrases, local insights, and memory-building exercises help you understand, apply, and practice what you learn.

An Arab souq, or marketplace.

Say hello in Arabic

Prepare for business trips, family vacations, or study abroad with practical, conversation-based lessons for just about any situation. Charm potential clients by practicing simple greetings and small talk, and learn how to negotiate prices in Arabic for shopping in the colorful markets of Marrakech, Morocco. Whether you’re wondering how to ask for directions to the Pyramids of Giza, or how to navigate the transit in Dubai, our Arabic course will help you achieve your language goals.

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Explore unique Arab customs and beliefs

We believe that learning Arabic should be fun — that’s why we created our specialty courses for a quick dip into unique interests! Learn the proper Arabic phrases to use for good manners when visiting friends or hosting someone in your home with our Etiquette specialty course. Or discover the many fascinating superstitions observed in Arab culture, like how to use incense to ward off the evil eye, with our Superstitions specialty course.

Middle Eastern plate of dates, dried apricots, baklava, and traditional Arabic mint tea.

Experience Arab culture at home and abroad

Did you know that Arabic is the native language of some 300 million people in 22 countries, and the second or third language of many others? Arabic (Modern Standard) is taught in schools across the United States, and our course lays the foundation for you to explore other Arabic dialects with our Egyptian, Iraqi, and Levantine Arabic courses. Learn to order your favorite delicacies in Arabic, whether dining on baklava and mint tea at a café in Beirut or baba ghanoush at your favorite Lebanese restaurant back home.

Explore free Arabic resources

Download our Arabic (Modern Standard) course outline and check out our other free resources for learning Arabic. Follow @MangoLanguages on your social channels for more tips and tricks on learning a new language.

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Mango Languages’ Arabic (Modern Standard) course outline

Each chapter in our Arabic (Modern Standard) course aligns your learning to a set of conversational and grammar goals.

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Arabic lessons on YouTube

Complement your conversation skills with Arabic video tutorials.

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Al Arabiya

Read Arabic news articles to stay current and to improve your vocabulary and reading skills. Or peruse the English version of the website to gain insight into Arabic news and culture.

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Sky News Arabia

Explore this Arabic news channel broadcast for relevant updates from the Middle East and North Africa.

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