Have you ever wanted to learn Arabic? With over 300 million native speakers across the globe, Arabic is the fifth most spoken language in the world. But is that enough reason to pick Arabic out of all the languages you could be learning?
To start, Arabic is the official language in twenty countries across two continents, and used in many more. Many of these countries - The United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Egypt, Dubai - are huge players in the global financial market. Whether you’re interested in tourism, history or simply expanding your business in one of the world’s largest markets, knowing Arabic will definitely give you an edge. It will also put you one step ahead of your competition when it comes to securing a new position or advancing in your career; studies have shown that Arabic is one of the most sought-after languages due to the increasing need for communication with the Middle East. Finally, due to their connected roots, learning Arabic will help you learn or understand other languages such as Persian, Turkish, Urdu, and Hebrew.
Now, the road to learning Arabic isn’t always going to be easy, of course. That’s exactly why we’ve put together this comprehensive guide to Beginner Arabic.
In this course, we’re going to take you through the first steps of your Arabic journey, from absolute beginner to an intermediate level. Our lessons will cover everything, from teaching you how to pronounce the words correctly, to conjugating verbs and forming sentences to express yourself and describe the world around you. We’ll cover the present, past and future tenses, everyday vocabulary, as well as more specialised vocabulary, such as working from home and global healthcare.
During our course, you will learn:
Lots and lots of vocabulary
Useful everyday phrases
Basic sentence structures
Basic grammar rules most beginner courses don’t teach
After taking this course you will be able to:
Greet people and introduce yourself both formally and casually
Learn how to count up to 1000
Read a restaurant menu
Order food and drinks
Give and receive directions
Describe yourself and other people in both personality and appearance
Tell the time
Make requests, describe what you want and what you plan to do
Express your feelings, your interests and dislikes
Navigate multiple types of everyday situations, like shopping
Give and receive directions to places you need to go to
Create sentences in the past tense
Distinguish between the past tenses
Form questions and negations in the past
Acquire and hone translation skills
Structure new sentences with ease
Adapt to new situations, such as using public transportation or visiting the doctor
Learn how to use social media and technology
Conquer the basics of dating in Arabic
Learn to make comparisons
Create sentences in the future tense
Create sentences in the continuous tenses
Conquer hundreds of words necessary for day-to-day life
Tackle new topics, such as working from home and global healthcare
This course aims to help you master the basics of Arabic and give you a strong base on which you will be able to build your skills as a Arabic speaker.
Start your Arabic journey with us today!