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Arabic – a Semitic language with its origins in the 1st and 4th centuries CE, with similarities to the ancient languages of Hebrew, Aramaic and Phoenician — and in today’s date around 400 million people speak Arabic. Modern Arabic is the primary language in four major distinct regional dialects, there are 25 countries that claim Arabic as an official or co-official language: Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.
“Arabic is a very rich language; it has different dialects and different calligraphic forms and styles,”
Why to learn Arabic language?
- Arabic speakers are in high demand
- Arabic is spoken in many countries
- Knowledge of Arabic will give you access to a growing market and jobs
- It’s essential to understanding the world’s second-largest religion, Islam
- Arabic can connect you to a rich history and another civilization
- Studying Arabic will offer you a more nuanced understanding of Arab culture
- Travel will be easier in Arabic speaking countries
- You’ll promote intercultural understanding
- Arabic can help you understand other languages easily
- Arabic speakers make good salaries
Our courses are designed for all the levels from beginners to advanced (Level-1, Level-2, Level-3, Level-4, Level-5, Level-6), so for the basic level we start with Vocabulary, Grammar, Basic sentence formation, the culture of Arabic to the advance level with grammar, conversation and vocabularies which includes speaking, reading, listening and writing in Arabic. Audio & video clips are used to aid pronunciation besides the culture of the Arab.
Our courses are designed for all levels from beginners to advanced, so for the basic level we start with Vocabulary, Grammar, Basic sentence formation, the culture of Spain, speaking, reading and writing in Arabic Audio & video are used to aid pronunciation besides the culture of the Arabic-speaking people is taught.