Learn With Rocket Arabic!

Rocket Arabic; The Award Winning System That Gets You Speaking Arabic & Loving Arabic Culture

(And the best thing is – it only takes minutes a day)

Learn Arabic with the online  course that’s used by over 1,200,000 people, just like you, to master the language

Sign up and start learning now

  • You get instant access to a 24/7 lifetime trial of Rocket Arabic
  • You’ll get 6+ hours of free trial lessons, voice recognition features and more
  • Be amazed at how much Arabic you’ll learn in a short space of time

Use the  trial on any device

  • Use it on your computer and/or the free iOS or Android apps
  • You can download the audio lessons for learning on the go
  • All of your progress syncs between your devices

Built on practical success strategies

  • Learn Arabic using modern scientific learning methods
  • Uses the top 7 practical success strategies successful  learners use
  • You get the experience of over 10 years of research and development

Ahlan,

“I’m Jason Oxenham, CEO and co-founder of Rocket Languages. Since 2004, our mission has been to let ordinary people truly master a new language anywhere they want to learn and at any time they wish to do it.

Today I want to invite you to join the 1,212,346 happy, successful, men and women from all 196 countries around the world, who’ve discovered how one amazing, award-winning, system will help them learn Arabic, when other systems have failed.

The very same system the illustrious PCMag selected as their Editors Choice for language learning, rating it above all the other well-known systems out there…

…and which also took out the prestigious 19th Annual Best Educational Software Award last year.”

Arabic

Jason Oxenham: Rocket Languages Co-founder and CEO

So, what’s the secret? How do some people master Arabic, while you’re going nowhere?

How is it that some people “get” the language easily and yet others, people like you and me, just get frustrated and lost? Well, I can tell you…

  • You can bet that they’re not wasting time sitting in a classroom getting a small fraction of the teachers’ time and attention…
  • They’re not trying to avoid the teachers gaze, hoping they won’t be singled out for embarrassment by having their poor pronunciation exposed in front of the whole class…
  • They’re not mindlessly parroting the same phrases over and over with their classmates while their Arabic teacher stalks the room…
  • And they are definitely not plowing through old school workbooks and grammar texts, trying to work out what’s going on…

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