Arabic Lessons in Brighton. Learn Arabic
When you start taking Arabic classes with Language Trainers you will realise that the approach we use is ideal for getting your knowledge up to a good level quickly. Everything about the course will be tailor made for you and it will be delivered by a native Arabic speaker who is also fully qualified.
Arabic Course in Brighton
Regardless of whether you want to learn for work reasons or for personal use you will enjoy the process with us and soon move onto a level you are happy with.
Following a general Arabic course you will feel relaxed about the idea of going to where the tongue is spoken. You will have the solid foundations you need to feel comfortable while you speak it. After your Arabic Business course you will feel confident about reading and writing work emails as well as speaking to foreign colleagues and clients.
The flexible nature of our courses means that you can choose what you want to be taught. This means that you aren't restricted simply to Business or General courses but can go for something which will genuinely give you what you need. If you want a General course to delve further into specific areas of the language then this can be arranged at the time of booking or directly with 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. The general courses in Arabic which we offer provide a fantastic way to get ready for a new life abroad or to communicate better with a foreign partner. In fact, the list of reasons for learning Arabic is pretty much endless.
› Two-to-One and Small Group - Arabic Course in Brighton (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.
Meet some of our teachers
Watch interviews with a few of our teachers, and find out why the best way to learn a new language is with Language Trainers!:
Dear Paula, Hope all is fine for you. Above all, I am sorry because I haven't been able to take time enough to give you some feedback regarding the English lessons since I came back from Birmingham. As I said to Clara before going back to Paris, I was very satisfied and enjoyed a lot my English lessons with her. Of course, 4-hour lessons are obviously intensive, however I didn't see the time passing because it was very interesting for me and diversified. I think I had the opportunity to extend my vocabulary during my stay and to learn and improve some grammar (particularly : present perfect and present perfect continuous). Moreover, the lessons were in total coherence regarding the program of my lessons here in France and the objectives of my stay here in Birmingham. Clara helped me a lot and was very involved in allowing me to get the best out of this experience. I really hope this experience will be a first step in improving my english. I am at your disposal for any further details.
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)