TEACHING THE ARABIC LANGUAGE TO NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS FROM A DISTANCE BETWEEN REALITY AND EXPECTATIONS
The Arabic language is distinguished by its characteristics that distinguish it from other languages, as it is phonetically and symbolically characterized as well as being distinguished by the number of its letters, which reached twenty-eight letters, and also characterized by the letter "Dhad". It uses this human device to its fullest and best, and does not neglect one of its functions. The Arabic language has a link with the Islamic religion that will remain until the Day of Resurrection because the one who pledges and cares for it is "Allah" , the Almighty. Most of the non- native speakers teach the Arabic language in order for them to understand the Islam and Its message. Thus, the Arabic language is greatly concerned ad enjoyed by the non- native leaners . But this desire and demand hindered with difficulties, including the lack of a good teacher, as well as teaching methods, so hope for the development of teaching Arabic to non-native speakers remains possible if we benefit from modern technology in teaching Arabic to non- native leaners. This is what the current research will touch upon.
Keywords: Arabic language, Dhad, Islamic Religion