“Indeed, We have sent it down as an Arabic Qur’an that you might understand.” (Qur’an: Surah Yusuf 12 Ayah1-2)
Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was born in Hejaz which is current day Saudi Arabia. The area is still known as the Arabian Peninsula. Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was born an Arab and at the time he was received the first revelation, it came in the Arabic language. The fact that Allah (SWT) chose Arabic as the language for His final revelation is enough to signify how important and divine of a language this really. But as more and more research has been done on the wording and language of the Quran especially by those scholars who were not Arabs but learn the language to study the Quran, it has be discovered that there are special linguistic features of the Arabic language that can easily and elegantly convey the subtleties of Allah’s words which cannot be done in any other language
Arabic being the language that Allah (SWT) used for his revelation and Prophet Muhammad (SAW) also being a speaker of Arabic, this should at least be enough motivation for every Muslim to attempt to learn this sacred language. Those that learn about Islam usually have means to learn classical arabic with Tajweed, especially in Muslim countries. However there are those living in spiritually deprived areas who desperately want to learn the Quran and about the religion but lack sufficient institutes that may help them in achieving that goal. It is obvious that if a person wants to learn the Quran, he or she should start at the basic and first learn Arabic. In this age of online education there are many online institutes that provide classical arabic classes online with classical Arabic course including spoken Arabic classes. So of the easier to access online schools with detailed and professionally crafted Arabic course under the guidance of qualified teachers are.