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Arabic Lessons in Birmingham. Learn Arabic

Our fully-qualified, native-speaking trainers are keen to share their knowledge of Arabic, and will tailor a language course to suit your specific requirements and interests. If you are an individual, a pair, or a small group, your trainer will cover relevant subjects with appropriate materials for either general or business learning. Classes can be conducted in your own office or home, during the day or evening, and on weekends or during the week.

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Arabic Course in Birmingham

It's no problem if you need to take Arabic lessons specifically for personal use or to help with your career - our trainers mould the lesson plan to your precise needs.

A General course in Arabic will leave you with the skills to go abroad and speak to the locals with confidence After your Arabic Business course you will feel confident about reading and writing work emails as well as speaking to foreign colleagues and clients.


Of course, our Business lessons are tailor made for the student, so your needs are what will be used to design the course you will take, incorporating just the right mix of General and Business Arabic. The great thing about our General courses is that the syllabus is not set in stone. Whatever aspect of the language that you need to know can be added with no problem.


Whether you are planning to move to a foreign workplace or you need to deal with Arabic speakers in your current job you can join the many business people who have enhanced their careers with our lessons. You might automatically think that General courses in Arabic are just for those language students who need to get ready for an exam. However, in this increasingly multi-cultural society there are many people who make friends with Arabic speakers or who have a partner who speaks the language.


You have the option to participate in a free language consultation before your course begins. This short consultation, usually over the phone, will reveal the work situations you will find yourself in and the terminology you will need to know in order for us to better design your course. This information, in addition to details regarding your preferred methods of learning, will be used to understand your specific requirements, work demands, and the language goals you wish to achieve from your course.

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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.


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