Arabic Electronic School
Distance Learning: Arabic Language Courses

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Welcome to the Arabic School Online!
Note: levels I and II (Arabic 101, Arabic 102) of this service are essentially covered in our software title: The Arabic Tutor 2.1x (MS Windows 3.1, 95, 98, NT4 - does not require Arabic support).

* Student Reception Desk - Class login, orders/subscriptions, course description, announcements and news (school bulletin board)
* Online Orders - subscribe to our courses or buy our products online
* Browser compatibility test - Free lesson (test to see if course presentation/features are compatible with your browser).
* How to subscribe (how to get an account to access course materials)
* End user license agreement (class regulations) - you must accept these terms before you access the course material.
* Other online Arabic learning resources on this site (public - FREE - material, The Arabic Tutor users' area)
* Help (and browser requirements)
* Contact us if you still have questions

Browser Compatibility Test: (free lesson)
This test is designed to check if your browser supports instructional features in our Arabic courses. We chose features which are compatible with most common browsers.
The first thing you need to do to complete the test is to login using the following username and password:
Username: guest5
Password: guest5a
Login now to continue ...

Sounds, where available, are in Real Audio version 3.1 (they won't work with earlier versions of Real Player). If you don't have the recent version of Real Player, you can download it (free) from (current version is 5)
Animation is supported by most fairly recent browsers, especially versions 3.x or later. For JavaScript capability, you need Netscape 3.x or later or MSIE 4.x or later. We use JavaScript version 1.1 in these online courses. If you access the web from school or work, some features may be turned off by your network administrator.
If you failed to login to our test area (using guest5, guest5a), you may need to update your browser. This is especially true for users of AOL (America Online) older versions. Note that you can use any browser after you access the Internet using AOL.

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