Here you can find free activities to practise your Arabic writing skills. You can improve your writing by understanding model texts and how they’re structured.


The self-study Arabic lessons in these sections are written and organised by levels based on the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR). There are different types of texts, recordings and videos with interactive exercises and worksheets that practice the skills you need.

These lessons are for beginner Arabic level (A1 – A2). Start here to select another skill or level.

For the best results, you need to be familiar with the Arabic alphabet. If you haven’t already, start with our workbook here.

a Friend

Level: A1

Learn how to write a text message to tell a friend you’re on your way.

An Application

Level: A1

Learn how to fill an application form for license renewal in Arabic.

A Profile

Level: A2

Learn how to write a personal profile for an app or website.

An Email
Cover Letter

Level: A2

Learn how to write an email cover letter for a job posting.

Learn Arabic with our digital courses in 20 minutes a day

Learning a dialect makes it easier to interact with others especially if you’re surrounded by Arabic speakers. Our digital courses are a great way to learn Arabic especially if you’re focused on speaking and understanding colloquial Arabic.

Introduction to Gulf Arabic