Arabic Lessons in Birmingham. Learn Arabic
If you want to take Arabic lessons for business or personal reasons then we can give you what you need; a professional native speaking teacher and an approach which allows you to make the decisions. This means that you will soon be making great strides in your progress and dreaming of the day when you will be fluent in Arabic.
Arabic Course in Birmingham
If you want to be taught Arabic for academic reasons, business needs or gain a working knowledge of the language for general purposes, our tailormade lessons are guaranteed to be the ideal solution.
While a General Arabic course will provide you with enough linguistic ammunition to allow you to survive a short visit to the country (greetings, basic conversation and a solid grammatical foundation). A Business course will focus on business protocol in Arabic, and later on reading and writing will become more important.
What you shouldn't forget is that the lessons will be planned around what you ask for. If you want Arabic email and telephone skills then these will be covered in your personal curriculum regardless of whether you are learning for business purposes or personal ones. In the same vein, the syllabus for General courses is not set in stone - all you need do is ask your teacher.
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. Clients of our General Arabic courses include people moving abroad, those entering a Arabic family through marriage, those studying for a Arabic exam, as well as those who are simply passionate about Arabic language and culture.
› 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.
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Typical course length:
• 30 hours per level
(classes are usually 2 hours each)
We also offer packages of:
• 20 hours
• 50 hours
• 100 hours
(with discounted rates)