Arabic

Arabic Language :

The Arabic language is considered to be the world fourth most spoken language around the world with the speakers of around two hundred million people. With the Arabic language, an individual can easily understand the holy book of Islam the "Quran", and it is maximum spoken in Muslim countries. The Arabic language has many different sublanguages, but the Arabic languages are highly used in the "Quran", classical Arabic, which has been modified as 'Modern Standard Arabic' and it also used in newspapers, books, television as well as in radio and in the Mosques

Career- Crafters offers coaching for Two levels of Arabic Language

This course is taught in Arabic and English. Our programme aims to develop the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing as well as cultural awareness. It provides a good balance between understanding the culture, vocabulary, writing system and grammar structures of the Arabic language and enhancing communication and interaction.

Course Structure:

Beginners' Course - 30 Hours

  • Pronunciation Guidelines, Alphabets, Articles
  • Common Phrases, Possessive Pronouns
  • Numbers, Time, Writing Dates, Days, Months & Seasons
  • Subject Pronouns, Conjugation of "To Be"
  • Descriptive Adjectives, Placement of Adjectives
  • Common Occupations, Formation of Adverbs
  • Demonstrative Pronouns & Adjectives
  • Making sentences negative and interrogative
  • Common Vocabulary including over 1000 words

Course contents:

Grammar, vocabulary and various speech acts. Writing Small texts like s elf introduction, about one’s family and friends, description of places, objects etc. The course material will include some topics related to Arabic culture and society ty.

Intermediate Course - 30 Hours

Course contents:

  • Getting started with reading and writing the Arabic alphabet and script
  • Meeting people and introducing yourself: family, profession and country of origin
  • Describing family tree
  • Polite requests
  • Asking and answering about time
  • Going shopping
  • Everyday routine
  • Physical description of people and objects
  • Describing holidays using the past tense
  • Hobbies: common activities, how often they are practiced, places where activities take place
  • Festivals: writing invitation cards, messages, describing the food in these celebrations
  • Using the present tense
  • Understanding announcements for trains, boats and coaches
  • Asking about tourist facilities: castles, temples and mosques
  • Enquiring about days/times of opening and closing
  • Booking and buying tickets
  • Understanding advertisements, signs and notices