Staff

Highly qualified native speaking teachers

Meet Our Teachers

Our qualified teachers are native speakers from several Arab countries, reflecting the richness and plurality of the Arab world.  They teach Arabic with all its various forms of pronunciation.

Our curriculum includes introductory, intermediate and advanced classes in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), as well as classes in dialect. We recommend beginners start by learning the basics of MSA Arabic, before they progress to the more colloquial dialect of the regions of their choice.

Nizar

Nizar Liemlahi is Director of Dar Loughat Granada. He has spoken often on Spanish National Radio and Spanish Television, in addition to collaborating on many educational and artistic projects with the University of Granada, Goshen University, Indiana, USA, Spanish Red Cross, UNESCO, and the Andalusian Regional and Local Government Departments.

Nizar Liemlahi

Tetouan, Morocco
Mounia-Ben-Sbih

Mounia is from Tetouan Morocco, where she graduated in Arabic philology. Besides Arabic, Mounia teaches Moroccan dialect. An accomplished chef, she also teaches Andalusi cuisine, and the customs and traditions of her Andalusian ancestors.

Mounia Ben Sbih

Tetouan, Morocco
Hind-Soualhi

Hind completed her studies at the University of Granada, specializing in teaching Arabic as a second language and Arabic translation. She also teaches Moroccan Arabic dialect.

Hind Soualhi

Casablanca, Morocco
Jamila-Bakour

Originally from Damascus, Jamila left Syria with her family to settle in Granada several years ago. After studying business studies at the University of Damascus, she switched to teaching Arabic as a second language here in Granada. In addition to teaching MSA and Syrian dialect, her special talents lie in sharing Syrian culture and cuisine.

Jamila Bakour

Damascus, Syria
Ihsan

Ihsan was born in Rabat, capital of Morocco’. After graduating in Economics and Business Studies at the University Mohamed V in Rabat in 2002, she moved to Spain in 2007, to continue her studies in the University of Granada. Here she met her husband and started her family and also graduated with a Master degree in Economics, Public Policy Management and Administration in 2012. She joined Dar Loughat Granada in 2018 to teach MSA and Moroccan dialect.

Ihsan el Fatni

Rabat, Morocco
Patricia2

Internacional Relations Director
She has joined the Dar Loughat Granada team to promote our Arabic program and culture activities to US and European students.

Patricia Nicholls

England, United Kingdom

Meet Our Teachers and Staff

Our qualified teachers are native speakers from several Arab countries, reflecting the richness and plurality of the Arab world.  They teach Arabic with all its various forms of pronunciation.

Our curriculum includes introductory, intermediate and advanced classes in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), as well as classes in dialect. We recommend beginners start by learning the basics of MSA Arabic, before they progress to the more colloquial dialect of the regions of their choice.

Nizar

Nizar Liemlahi is Director of Dar Loughat Granada. He has spoken often on Spanish National Radio and Spanish Television, in addition to collaborating on many educational and artistic projects with the University of Granada, Goshen University, Indiana, USA, Spanish Red Cross, UNESCO, and the Andalusian Regional and Local Government Departments.

Nizar Liemlahi

Tetouan, Morocco
Mounia-Ben-Sbih

Mounia is from Tetouan Morocco, where she graduated in Arabic philology. Besides Arabic, Mounia teaches Moroccan dialect. An accomplished chef, she also teaches Andalusi cuisine, and the customs and traditions of her Andalusian ancestors.

Mounia Ben Sbih

Tetouan, Morocco
Hind-Soualhi

Hind completed her studies at the University of Granada, specializing in teaching Arabic as a second language and Arabic translation. She also teaches Moroccan Arabic dialect.

Hind Soualhi

Casablanca, Morocco
Jamila-Bakour

Originally from Damascus, Jamila left Syria with her family to settle in Granada several years ago. After studying business studies at the University of Damascus, she switched to teaching Arabic as a second language here in Granada. In addition to teaching MSA and Syrian dialect, her special talents lie in sharing Syrian culture and cuisine.

Jamila Bakour

Damascus, Syria
Ihsan

Ihsan was born in Rabat, capital of Morocco’. After graduating in Economics and Business Studies at the University Mohamed V in Rabat in 2002, she moved to Spain in 2007, to continue her studies in the University of Granada. Here she met her husband and started her family and also graduated with a Master degree in Economics, Public Policy Management and Administration in 2012. She joined Dar Loughat Granada in 2018 to teach MSA and Moroccan dialect.

Ihsan el Fatni

Rabat, Morocco
Patricia2

Internacional Relations Director
She has joined the Dar Loughat Granada team to promote our Arabic program and culture activities to US and European students.

Patricia Nicholls

England, United Kingdom

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