Arabic Lessons in Dublin. Learn Arabic
Our native-speaking, fully-qualified trainers will incorporate your needs into a personalised Arabic course that will address your individual learning goals. If you are studying for personal or business reasons, alone or with a group, Language Trainers will provide classes that will improve your communication and help you exceed your own expectations. Your trainer can teach classes at your home or workplace, and will arrange a time that is most convenient for you, whether it be morning, afternoon, or evening, during the week, or at the weekend.
Arabic Course in Dublin
Whether you want Arabic lessons to help you in your general day-to-day life or for business needs, our made-to-order language courses can help you improve quickly and confidently.
General Arabic courses will provide you with enough grammar and vocabulary to allow you to converse with native speakers, and form a strong basis for further learning. The Business courses we provide will give you the ability to cope in a more formal Arabic environment whenever you need to.
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. Equally, a General course will cover the fundamentals, but further focus in any particular area can easily be arranged with your teacher.
Typical Business course students include those in international import/export, those hoping to gain acquisitions in foreign countries, those within multinational corporations, and people who do business with foreign institutions and governments. 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 Dublin (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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Hello Paula, Apologies for my slow response – work has been rather frantic these last few weeks. All is going well with the classes thank you and Alison is trying very hard with great patience to get a good result from a dimwit pupil!! I do indeed enjoy the sessions although I need to allow myself much more time to practice and study. Best Regards.
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)
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