Arabic Lessons in Birmingham. Learn Arabic
All of our Arabic trainers are fully-qualified native speakers who will tailor your course to your individual requirements. Classes are held at a venue and time that suit you, whether that be morning, afternoon or evening; weekdays or weekends. One-to-one and small-group options are available to suit everyone from solo learners to businesses. Course materials are provided.
Arabic Course in Birmingham
You might want to learn Arabic for any number of different reasons and the key thing is that we will tailor the course to these needs and give you the support you need to gain the skills you want.
Thanks to one of our general Arabic courses you will get a lot more pleasure out of your trip to foreign countries where it is spoken. There are few things more satisfying than being able to communicate well in a second language and this is what the course offers you. After your Arabic Business course you will feel confident about reading and writing work emails as well as speaking to foreign colleagues and clients.
Courses are, however, tailor-made - you cover in your lessons what you need to cover. Most students taking a Business Arabic course will gain telephone and email expertise, as well as general conversation skills. In the same vein, the syllabus for General courses is not set in stone - all you need do is ask your teacher.
Our Business courses cater to a range of requirements. Many of our clients work for foreign governments and educational institutions, corporations with branches abroad, as well as those who buy and sell around the world. The challenge of learning Arabic is one of the reasons why students are attracted to our General courses. We all have our own reasons for learning Arabic and the lessons can be adapted to cater to each individual.
All took Arabic courses with
Glencore International PLC
Parisian Clothing LTD
Christie's Management Solutions Ltd
I am satisfied with the course. The speed of the course is fine.Heba Abdelmotaal Taking English classes in Chelmsford
› Two-to-One and Small Group - Arabic Course in Birmingham (closed group)
Info about Arabic
Just as Latin forms the basis of most European languages, Arabic is prevalent throughout Islamic tongues. The most-spoken Semitic language in the world (well over 250 million speakers, mainly across the north of Africa), the Arabic language was of massive importance during the Middle Ages, with many important scientific, mathematical and philosophical works emanating from the Arabic world. The first worry about learning Arabic is the alphabet - the main factor of confusion being that it is written from right to left. However, once you've settled in to the new writing system and rules of pronunciation, Arabic is an intensely rich language which attracts millions of new speakers every year.
"Those who know nothing of foreign languages know nothing of their own." ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe http://t.co/UqEbAtw5ig
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