Arabic Language Courses
WHY SHOULD I LEARN ARABIC?
“Arabic is a beautiful language. It speaks volumes for the culture of the Arabs. We, the expatriates, are
after all living in their country. A knowledge of Arabic gives a leeway, a chance to interact, understand
and get closer to the culture of the land.”
Lovelina Arulanantham (administration manager of a factory)
“Whatever be the reason, it is important for us to know Arabic,” feels Susan Breeze, assistant manager of
the fitness center at the Hyatt Regency. She has learnt how to read, write and speak the language. A British
national, Breeze admits that it was primarily a personal interest in the language. “I can converse with the
Arabic- speaking hotel guests.”
For Eduardo Yambao, a Filipino, knowing Arabic is more or less a necessity in his field of work. He works as
a horticulture engineer with the Dubai municipality. “Eighty percent of the personnel are Arabic-speaking so
any interaction with my colleagues calls for knowledge of the language.”
Kishore Joshi, a financial consultant, says, “Any fears that I had about the language were dispelled after
the first class itself.”
WHAT TYPE OF ARABIC SHOULD I LEARN ?
To the uninformed it may seem that there is only a choice between learning an Arabic dialect or classical
Arabic. Yet a particular dialect is often out of place in another region, whilst classical Arabic is largely
an academic language and is not used in ordinary, everyday speech. What, then, is the answer? The answer is
modern standard Arabic- a spoken and written lingua franca of the Arab world, which can be understood
everywhere and which is the language of newspapers, business, television and universities.
Mr. Hiro Morie, NISSAN Middle East Executive.
Ms. TARA ROGERS.
Ms. DANA WUST.
Mr. DAN FITZPATRICK.
Polyglot courses in Arabic are copyright and have been exclusively prepared by our course development
center. They consist of vocabulary used throughout the Arab world, without the regional accents or the
classical vowelled endings. These courses have been taught with great success worldwide to students
requiring Arabic for business or pleasure, both to individual students and to company-sponsored groups.
This is a thorough and practical introduction to spoken and written Arabic. It aims at
developing a basic proficiency in Arabic, based on structures and vocabulary related to everyday business
and social situations: greetings, introductions, ordering food, exchanging money, shopping etc. the key to
progress in the course is the Arabic script, which facilitates learning of the grammar.
In this course students learn to express themselves more freely, using more complicated
structures and an expanded vocabulary. They also learn how to read more complex materials.
Advanced level students can progress to reading newspapers and job related materials. At
the same time they will improve their conversational skills and self - expression in Arabic.
- Arabic Conversation Course.
- Classical Arabic.
- Qur'anic Arabic .
- Writing Official Letters.
- Media Arabic Course.
- Arabic For Childeren.
- Arabic For Business.
- Arabic For Employees.