The Best Way for You to Learn Arabic- Extrovert or Introvert?
Does everyone learn the language in the same way?
The way an individual learns languages is dependent on their personality type, that is, if they are an introvert or an extrovert. It is not enough to have great course materials and an good teacher. We believe it is necessary to adapt the method and materials further to suit the personality type of the student and in doing so maximise their potential as future Arabic speaker.
Difference between Introverts and Extroverts
Some individuals can easily retain information through reading and understanding grammar rules but may not feel comfortable speaking as they do not like to publicly make mistakes. They need to be gently coaxed and provided with ways in which they can practice speaking that builds their confidence.
Others are influenced by their environment. They are more outgoing and social and eager to publicly practice the language through speaking what little they may have learnt. They are unconcerned about making mistakes. Their learning style is based on talking and speaking with others and they look for different concrete experiences to learn the language instead of relying mostly on books and materials.
Key to Success lies in being an Extro-Introvert!
Therefore, the best learners of any language are those people who amalgamate these two qualities and can easily fall into both of these categories. Khaled presents the five qualities that Extra-introvert learners have in common:
- They take initiative
- They avoid perfection
- They are social
These types of learners share the strength from both extroverts and introverts. Therefore, Extro-Introverts would have the right drive for consistency plus socialising skills which will help them master the language and become a fluent Arabic speaker in a matter of few months.
Khaled Nassra is a cultural and language consultant who is famous for teaching the Levantine Arabic dialect, which is widely spoken in the major Arab countries such as Lebanon, Jordon and Syria. Having more than 10 years of experience in teaching Arabic, Khaled has developed an advanced method for speeding up the Arabic learning process. With the Nassra Arabic Method, Khaled presents the first interactive multimedia training for the language, so that diplomats and individuals can learn different dialects of Arabic language in a convenient and easy way.
For those who are interested in learning Arabic as a second language whether for travelling to an Arab country, for diplomacy purposes or exploring the Arab culture, Khaled presents you with a speedy approach.