Arabic Language Course

The Arabic Language is spoken today by over 250 million people in the Middle East and North Africa. Arabic is also used as a religious language by the world’s Muslims, who total around one billion people.

The language that is spoken by the native speakers of Arabic is usually referred to as “dialect” لـَهْجة.

The methodology used allows the learning of the Arabic Language Course in a progressive and logical manner without the need for translation.

The method is suitable for both young and adult beginners who have never learned the Arabic Alphabet.

It is an integrated approach where the four skills – reading, writing, speaking listening and are provided within each module

Anyone with little or no prior knowledge of Arabic

Expatriates, corporate companies, hotels, hospitals, doctors, groups, banks, universities, schools and individuals as it is the base and foundation for any conversational Arabic Language course.

3 Levels of Arabic Program

  1. Basic Arabic Program
  2. Intermediate  Arabic Program
  3. Intensive Arabic Program

The Basic Arabic will help you read Arabic, Write Arabic, Understand and start speaking.

The Intermediate is for people who want to deal with documents (legal, HR and etc.)

The Intensive is for people who take extreme interest in the language and progress to the level of creating documents.


  • Become familiar with the Arabic sound system
  • Become familiar with the Arabic script
  • Learn how to read and write small texts
  • Learn the alphabet and appreciate its historical and artistic beauty as illustrated in the art of calligraphy
  • Learn the difference between the Arabic and Latin alphabets
  • Use appropriate language for meeting and greeting people
  • Use language appropriate for seeking information
  • Identify and use basic grammar structures
  • Know how to exchange greetings
  • Be able to introduce themselves
  • Know how to Describe people and feelings
  • Know how to express feelings in one word (happy, sad, hungry, etc.)
  • Learn how to welcome guests
  • Know how to exchange polite greetings when socialising
  • Know how to ask the basic health and condition, family and country of origin and nationality.