Arabic has a different writing style than English or Latin wording. You have to know about the manuscript writing and the true pronunciation of that. Its grammar is a bit difficult because you cannot just start it from a simple sentence like English business writing training. You have to see the following guidelines to know about how you can learn Arabic:
For learning Arabic you need to know that you have to learn about rearranging the sentences of your document because you cannot just start your sentence with simple words like ‘This is a house, this cant is sitting here’ etc. you should have to start the sentences with the a verb or with a preposition.
The second thing about how to learn Arabic is related to the above mentioned guideline that Arabic is the verbal language and you have to start the sentence with a verb and you cannot start it with the subject like you do in the case of English language.
You have to see that in the Arabic language you have to put the description words after the word which they describe in detail. Also you will get to know that the simple Arabic alphabets also have meanings like if there is the alphabet ‘saa’ then it means ‘very soon’ while if we see on other languages then it is not possible that a simple alphabet like in English the alphabet ‘s’ does not have any meaning.
In Arabic you need to do some extra wording in your sentences. You cannot just say that ‘the car is of black color’ you have to say that ‘the color of this car is use to have black in nature’ in Arabic. You have to be comfortable with this type of sentences when you are going to learn Arabic.
In Arabic you have to know that there are long sentences as they tend to explain a bit more but on the other hand there are also sometimes it used to be a very long meaning in only few words. You have to get use to this type of word construction. It is not that difficult, when you start learning then you will get to understand that more fully. You just need more practice and more concentration while you try to learn it by heart and understand the construction of language.