Saqib Hussain : Arabic

Saqib Hussain
Subject : Arabic
Native : English
United Kingdom
(140) Lessons
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(43) Reviews
Last class : 8+ days
8+ days
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45 Min : $30.12 / £23.99 / €28.39
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Hello, my name is Saqib Hussain and I'm 35 years old and currently living in United Kingdom. I am a native English speaker and teach Arabic, Persian. I have taught online with Verbalplanet.com since March 2011. I can speak the following languages fluently: English, Arabic, Urdu. I am currently offering a free initial trial lesson for new students.

Detailed Profile in English

About me

After graduating with a Physics degree from Oxford University, I spent three years in Damascus, where I obtained a Diploma in Arabic and the Islamic sciences from Abi Nour seminary.

During this period, I also memorised the entire Qur'an, and studied a number of basic texts in various Islamic sciences with prominent teachers in Damascus.

Some time ago, I founded Arabic-Studio.com, which aims to provide a complete online syllabus for anyone who wants to learn Arabic.

Qualifications & Experience

BA (Hons) Physics - University of Oxford

Diploma - Arabic and Islamic Studies - Abi Nur, Damascus

Founder of Arabic-Studio.com

Teaching Approach

I would prefer to teach the textbooks which I wrote and which are available at Arabic-Studio.com. However, if students have a strong preference to work through a different textbook, such as the Madinah University Series or al-Kitaab al-Asaasi, that is also OK.


My last class was :
8+ days ago.

 
27 May 2012
By : clearsunnysky
Subject : Arabic 

Very productive lesson on attached pronouns alhamdollilah. Looking forward to cementing the exercises and revising the chapter.

 
06 May 2012
By : jamal
Subject : Arabic 

There is no substitute for the live lesson, of course, but Ustadh Saqib's videos (arabic-studio.com for links) give a good idea of how well organised and clear his teaching is. Recommended viewing for prospective students!

 
22 Apr 2012
By : jamal
Subject : Arabic 

Every lesson seems to feature some priceless nugget of information that you never find in the grammar books!

 
22 Apr 2012
By : jamal
Subject : Arabic 

Great lesson. So much crammed in and so well explained.

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