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735 min7-part Arabic course21 CQ
In this course, learn how to pronounce and read each letter of the Arabic alphabet, from alif to yaa, and build your Arabic vocabulary along the way. Join in to launch your Arabic journey!
843 min8-part Arabic course27 CQ
Writing Arabic isn’t as difficult as it seems, since each letter takes a set form determined by its position in a word. In this course, learn how to join letters to write the Arabic script.
43136 min43-part Arabic course99 CQ
Are you looking to strengthen your Arabic vocabulary? In this course, review the pronunciation and spelling of a wide range of everyday Arabic words for food, travel, household items, and more.
1659 min16-part Arabic course41 CQ
Planning a trip to the Middle East? In this course, Colette Manasseh introduces fun and interesting vocab to help you navigate your trip in Arabic, including words for food, maps, and shopping.
960 min9-part Arabic course36 CQ
In this course, Colette Manasseh discusses key grammar topics in Arabic, including case markers, the dual form, sentence structure, verb tenses, and more. Join in to strengthen your Arabic skills!
8 minFREEArabic lessonFree5 CQ
American travel and food writer Zora O'Neill studied Arabic for seven years when she was younger. In 2011, post-Arab Spring, she traveled the Arab world to learn how the language is spoken by people as different from one another as Moroccans and Emiratis. Her new book, "All Strangers are Kin," is a travel memoir held together by her passion for the language.with PRI's The World
American travel and food writer Zora O'Neill studied Arabic for seven years when she was younger. In 2011, post-Arab Spring, she traveled the Arab world to learn how the language is spoken by people as different from one another as Moroccans and Emiratis. Her new book, "All Strangers are Kin," is a travel memoir held together by her passion for the language.
25 minFREEArabic lessonFree13 CQ
Arabic is a popular choice among students at the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School of Greater Washington.with PRI's The World
Arabic is a popular choice among students at the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School of Greater Washington.
6 minArabic lesson4 CQ
Do you work with Arabic-speaking clients? In this lesson, Mike walks you through four Arabic phrases to show appreciation for, and interest in, doing business.
3 minFREEArabic lessonFree2 CQ
In this lesson, Arabic teacher Colette Manasseh introduces vocabulary related to Valentine’s Day, covering terms like love, feelings, and emotions.
3 minFREEArabic lessonFree2 CQ
In this lesson, Arabic teacher Colette Manasseh introduces the important dates on the Islamic calendar, giving their Arabic terms and religious background.
3 minFREEArabic lessonFree2 CQ
In this lesson, Arabic teacher Colette Manasseh is joined by a friend to introduce many different opposites in Arabic, providing clear pronunciation.
9 minArabic lesson5 CQ
In this lesson, Arabic teacher Colette Manasseh introduces English words that have been borrowed from Arabic, explaining a bit of their history along the way.
5 minArabic lesson3 CQ
Get ready to learn about communication! In this Arabic language lesson, discover extensive vocabulary for all kinds of methods and media used for communication.
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12132 min12-part Grammar course73 CQ
Clear writing matters because ideas matter! In this comprehensive writing course, learn about brevity, style, grammar, tone, and structure, and use a rubric to evaluate your own writing.
13160 min13-part Literature course86 CQ
In this course, tour the artistic and literary merits of video games with The Game Professor, including discussions of popular gaming topics and in-depth analyses of four games.
433 min4-part US History course19 CQ
In this course, Mr. Striplin presents fun history lessons on the first presidents of the United States—Washington, Adams, Jefferson, and Madison— and shows how they shaped America as a nation.
1049 min10-part French course31 CQ
Want to learn the basics of French, but not sure where to begin? Get your feet wet in this fun 10 Days of French course designed for beginners. Get your French conversation skills quickly up to speed!
354 min3-part Philosophy course29 CQ
Do humans have purpose before they exist? In this philosophy course, learn why Jean-Paul Sartre rejects essence before existence with a detailed look at his essay, "Existentialism Is a Humanism."
723 min7-part Acting course16 CQ
It's no secret that the TV and film industry is hard to break into. Learn how to balance your life as an actor with this course on networking, marketing yourself, and working with an acting agent.
518 min5-part Acting course11 CQ
In this course, follow along with an award-winning actress to learn the ins and outs of the audition process. Covered are audition preparation tips, ways to win over casting directors, and more.
37 min3-part Acting course6 CQ
In this course, review advice for parents of child actors that will help keep the audition experience fun, encourage your child to be well-rounded, and help you make life easier on your agent.
10234 min10-part Acting course122 CQ
There's much more to being a professional actor than just showing up at auditions. Learn how to be an effective working actor and book jobs in this course from actor and mentor Aaron Marcus.
524 min5-part Acting course15 CQ
Actress Candace Hammer provides tested tips on how to choose monologues, navigate Shakespearean English, and manage audition anxiety so you can walk onstage and show just what you can do as an actor!