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In this class students will focus on structured conversation and student interaction, students continue to build on the knowledge they acquired in beginner Arabic 1.
Level 4 students are fairly comfortable putting together sentences in the present and the main past tenses.
In 6-8 weeks, students can expect to learn very basic conversation skills and vocabulary as well as an introduction to the script.
Taught in English. Level 1 is for students who don’t have a clue about Arabic and for those who maybe took a little bit before but want or need to restart at the very beginning. Level 1 coursework involves a comprehensive overview of the Arabic alphabet and the sounds they represent that is reinforced through exercises in vocabulary and basic grammar. At the end of
Level 2 is for those who are relatively comfortable with the Arabic alphabet and sounds as well as have very limited vocabulary. In Level 2, the professor reviews everything from Level 1 and then starts to work students through more complex sentence structures and build vocabulary.
Level 5 students are fairly comfortable reading and writing in MSA. They are also comfortable listening/understanding and speaking in MSA and/or a dialect.
The course covers grammar, reading and writing practice as well as an insight into the culture of the region. Students will learn the basics of the language and be able to build up enough knowledge to read and write to a beginner plus level.
The course continues to advance the student's grammar, reading and writing, while further developing an insight into the culture of the region. Students will go beyond the basics of the language and build up enough knowledge to read and write to an intermediate level. Given the subtle differences between eastern and western cultures, it is beneficial to the students t
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Level 3 is for those who are comfortable with the basic ideas of a present tense sentence in Arabic, even though they may need a review of them. In Level 3, the professor reviews core concepts from Level 2 and then starts to work students through more complex present tense sentences and an introduction to verbs in the past tenses.
Not quite ready for Level 2, but want to avoid restarting with Level 1? Take this two and a half hour workshop, were we'll review and help you solidify all the material from Level 1. This is perfect for those who want a little more time reviewing all of the concepts from Level 1 if you were learning them for the first time or for those who definitely don't need to sta
Not quite ready for Level 3? Take this two and a half hour workshop, were we'll review and help you solidify all the material from Levels 1 and 2. This is perfect for those who want a little more time reviewing all of the concepts from Level 2 if you were learning them for the first time or for those who need a refresher of all the basics before restarting your Arabic
Students will focus on learning structured conversation and student interaction, learn greetings, introductions, formal and informal speech, and masculine and feminine usage.
Students will learn conversation topics which include states and feelings, descriptions of people, guests’ and hosts’ roles.
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