Live and breathe Arabic
Learn Arabic language and culture through an innovative model. Practice directly with native speakers, form interpersonal connections, and join an active learning community.
3 Unique Components of Blend.Ar
An integrated community of Arabic learners and Arabic speakers.
Learning Arabic while making connections with Arabic-speaking peers.
Cultural and linguistic immersion in Abu Ghosh.
At Blend.Ar, we believe that the best way to study Arabic language and culture is through meaningful personal interaction with native speakers and exposure to an Arabic-speaking environment and community.
Our programs help everyone engage in meaningful interaction with Arabic speakers to facilitate language acquisition.
Blend in Abu-Ghosh
Looking to live and breathe the language? This is the place for you.
Accommodation at "Beit Blend.Ar" in Abu Ghosh
A wide array of Arabic lessons
Personal tutors for language practice
Engaging with local residents (tours, volunteering, hosting).
Programs range from one weekend to a full month
Want to study once a week?
We have a variety of customized plans for you:
Subscription to the "Safa1" digital learning platform
12 lessons (once a week)
8 or more tutoring sessions with native speakers
An active learning community
Our courses are divided into 4 learning levels. Courses can be taken in person (at Beit Blend.Ar) and remotely.
With Arabic Speakers
Need flexibility? Looking for a place to continue your Arabic studies?
Take a preliminary assessment to find the right level for you
Flexible schedule to fit your needs
Customized one-on-one lessons (area of residence, areas of interest, etc.)
*This program emphasizes language practice and is intended for Arabic learners with at least basic knowledge of the language.
Are you an organization or group? Want a customized program?
"A unique program that combines Arabic language studies with Arab culture and history, all in an Arabic environment! What an experience."
"Nabil, the father of our host family, celebrated his birthday, and he invited us to stay and celebrate with them. What do I mean, "invited"? They simply insisted we stay."
'At Blend.Ar I learned words, sentences and grammar, but more than that I learned the essence of the language. I came to learn to speak, but truly I learned to listen and communicate. '