On a personal level, I am a writer in addition to teaching. Teaching school curriculums and Arabic as a second language for non-Arabs, gave me more experience in teaching as well in understanding the language itself.
And when it comes to Arabic for non-Arab students, I have the ability to teach the classical Arabic as well the Syrian or Lebanese dialogues.
Ever since I started reading and writing Arabic I fell in love with this language and felt called to study it more and teach it to the coming generations. I graduated with a teaching degree in History and started teaching social and Arabic language to kids. Back in Lebanon I was a school teacher and a private teacher for adults that come to Lebanon from Europe or North America.
Pastor Mouner is a trustworthy man. He is a theologian, thinker and a great communicator. Always open to share and receive new ideas especially if it’s supported scholarly.
I knew Mouner on the personal level he is a man of a good moral character. So honored to know him and have him in my life.
Mouner is a GREAT tutor, he has the ability to teach for long periods of time, and he is so humble with everyone no matter their level of education, for example, about 10 years ago, when I was eleven he organised a camp and we went on a field trip and he taught me in one day how to carve a wooden clock, he spent almost a whole day with me helping me in this small project, so you should imagine how much effort he would put into bigger projects like teaching others Arabic language which is something he LIKES.
Mr. Mouner is a very friendly and supportive person, we met him back in Aleppo where he was (and still is) full of love and support, where he spreads the message of love and kindness wherever he goes. I’d say that if you get to have him as a teacher/tutor you would be very very lucky. A VERY intelligent and a VERY VERY friendly person, and rarely do you find a combination of both. 7 stars for Mr. Mouner.
Mouner is a diligent, hardworking, faithful and honest teacher. I benefited a lot from his tips in Arabic without being my teacher.
P.S. I am a native speaker of Arabic.
I have known Mouner for about 12 years. I got to know him in the city of Aleppo in Syria, where he served as a church pastor.
One of the first things that drew my attention to him back then was his academic way in teaching Bible lessons. His interest in Arabic language and history and his insistence on using correct grammar in speaking and writing were particularly impressive.
Even hymns that we used in the church were not excluded from the linguistic test. Incorrect grammar and flawed structures were never allowed to be used publicly, for, as he used to say, it was very important not to let people learn incorrect language, weak expressions or grammatically-flawed sentences.
I am sure that Mouner is more than qualified to be an Arabic teacher for youngsters as much as for adults.
Mouner lead many educational sessions and lectures. I enjoy his ability to go deep into details of the subject matter. He is able to translate complicated concepts into simple ideas which makes learning easy and fruitful.
I totally recommend mouner to those who like to learn and grow with knowledge.
I highly recommend Mr. Mounir,
his ways in teaching and explaining is simple and powerful, he makes the ideas easy to understand and always finds a way to simplify it so students of any age can easily understand it.
I wish Mr. Mounir the best of luck in his career.
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