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Spoken Arabic (for beginners)


This is a beginner’s course into Arabic spoken language. This course will start from basic phrases into more complex and long sentences. This course will not focus on the language aspect, but rather aid students in learning different phrases and provide them with an environment where they can immerse themselves into the language. The main aspect of this course is to equip students with basic phrases of a range of different topics, enabling a student to be able to converse in Arabic at a minimum standard.

 

Prerequisite

There is no prerequisite of Arabic Language for this course, however, basic reading and writing skills will be needed as students will need to go away and memorise phrases and etc. Students will be taught a variety of different phrases, sentences and discussions which they can use on a daily basis at home, work and abroad.

 

Level and Progression

This is part 1 of a two part course. One who successfully completes this module can move onto Spoken Arabic (Level 1).

 

Duration:

The course is 12 weeks long - 1 hour per session

 

Course Overview:

  • In this course you will learn the following:
  • How to greet others and introduce yourself
  • How to ask basic questions and then reply
  • How to describe your family members and what they do
  • How to describe your home
  • How to speak about your daily routine
  • How to speak about your meals and the foods you like
  • How to converse about prayers and prayer times
  • How to speak about school and studies
  • How to say the time in Arabic
  • How to converse about your job
  • How to speak about shopping and how to buy things
  • How to describe weather
  • How to speak about people and places
  • How to speak about hobbies and pastimes
  • Conversation you may have whilst on a journey
  • How to speak about Hajj and Umrah
  • How to count objects and practical applications for knowing the numbers
  • How to speak about health and illness
  • How to speak about holidays and foreign places
  • A vocabulary list of approximately 600 words

 

Course outcomes:

  • Able to converse in basic Arabic
  • To enable students to develop:
  • An understanding of Arabic in a variety of contexts
  • A knowledge of Arabic vocabulary and structures
  • Transferable language learning skills
  • The ability to communicate effectively in Arabic
  • Awareness and understanding of countries and communities where Arabic is spoken

 

 

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Start Date Time Duration Fees Discounts Gender Location    
Thu - 22/01/2021 18:00 - 19:00 12 WEEKS (REGISTRATION ENDS 2 DAYS BEFORE START DATE) £75.00 Male Tutor lead - Streamed online (Live), THUR
Fri - 21/01/2021 18:00 - 19:00 12 WEEKS (REGISTRATION ENDS 2 DAYS BEFORE START DATE) £75.00 Female Tutor lead - Streamed online (Live), FRI
Wed - 23/09/2020 18:00 - 19:00 12 weeks (REGISTRATION ENDS 2 DAYS BEFORE START DATE) £75.00 Female Tutor lead - Streamed online (Live) WED Sold Out

Spoken Arabic (for beginners)


This is a beginner’s course into Arabic spoken language. This course will start from basic phrases into more complex and long sentences. This course will not focus on the language aspect, but rather aid students in learning different phrases and provide them with an environment where they can immerse themselves into the language. The main aspect of this course is to equip students with basic phrases of a range of different topics, enabling a student to be able to converse in Arabic at a minimum standard.

 

Prerequisite

There is no prerequisite of Arabic Language for this course, however, basic reading and writing skills will be needed as students will need to go away and memorise phrases and etc. Students will be taught a variety of different phrases, sentences and discussions which they can use on a daily basis at home, work and abroad.

 

Level and Progression

This is part 1 of a two part course. One who successfully completes this module can move onto Spoken Arabic (Level 1).

 

Duration:

The course is 12 weeks long - 1 hour per session

 

Course Overview:

  • In this course you will learn the following:
  • How to greet others and introduce yourself
  • How to ask basic questions and then reply
  • How to describe your family members and what they do
  • How to describe your home
  • How to speak about your daily routine
  • How to speak about your meals and the foods you like
  • How to converse about prayers and prayer times
  • How to speak about school and studies
  • How to say the time in Arabic
  • How to converse about your job
  • How to speak about shopping and how to buy things
  • How to describe weather
  • How to speak about people and places
  • How to speak about hobbies and pastimes
  • Conversation you may have whilst on a journey
  • How to speak about Hajj and Umrah
  • How to count objects and practical applications for knowing the numbers
  • How to speak about health and illness
  • How to speak about holidays and foreign places
  • A vocabulary list of approximately 600 words

 

Course outcomes:

  • Able to converse in basic Arabic
  • To enable students to develop:
  • An understanding of Arabic in a variety of contexts
  • A knowledge of Arabic vocabulary and structures
  • Transferable language learning skills
  • The ability to communicate effectively in Arabic
  • Awareness and understanding of countries and communities where Arabic is spoken

 

 

View our refund policy. https://ebrahimcollege.org.uk/refund-policy/

Ustadha Saleha Bukhari


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