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Modern Standard Arabic

Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), or Literary Arabic is the standardized and literary variety of Arabic used in writing and in most formal speech throughout the Arab world to facilitate communication. It is considered a pluricentric language for 22 Arab countries. The main difference between MSA and Classical Arabic lies in the vocabulary. MSA reflects the needs of contemporary expression whereas Classical Arabic reflects the needs of older styles.

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Interactive learning method

The course is taught in English and Arabic and includes coverage of the four skills

of listening, speaking, reading and writing and a good balance between understanding the systems of Arabic grammar and vocabulary, developing the skills of comprehending and producing Arabic in speech and writing, guided practice in language usage and authentic communicative activities. We provide software for clear voice and visual communication, that create an interactive one on one session which makes the learning process much better than the normal courses.

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The course enables learners starting from complete beginner level to use Modern Standard Arabic within a limited range of everyday situations across the four skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The course teaches students to express themselves understandably at a basic level of communicative interaction and introduces them to the essentials of the Arabic writing system so that they can read and write basic words and sentences.


By the completion of Arabic Beginners Course students will be able to

1. Distinguish between the Arabic letters in their oral and written forms.

2. Write words and sentences accurately from dictation.

3. Use words to identify objects around them.

4. Form simple questions.

5. Respond to simple questions.

6. Produce some sentences used in daily life situations.

7. Initiate social interactions: initiate and respond to simple situations.

8. Talk about themselves, their names, jobs, friends.

9. Describe people, talk about how they look and feel.

10. Exchange basic information with strangers.

11. Compose simple sentences about their background and interests


• learn the Arabic alphabet

• learn to write Arabic

• learn how to read Arabic

• Greetings and introductions

• Colors and numbers

• Time, days & months

• Weather and seasons

• Social life and activities

• Arab culture

• Marital Traditions

• Social Interaction


The course builds on the skills acquired on an Arabic beginner’s course comprising 60-80 hours of classroom learning. The course enables learners starting from lower intermediate level to use Modern Standard Arabic in a range of frequently encountered situations across the four skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The course teaches students to express themselves effectively in common communicative interactions beyond basic survival requirements. It enables students to use a range of phrase and sentence structures as well as frequent vocabulary and expressions. It also develops students’ ability to process the Arabic writing system so that they can successfully read and write texts. the course also enables students to deploy a wide range of grammatical patterns as well as to use fairly sophisticated vocabulary and expressions. It also develops students’ ability to process the Arabic writing system accurately and fluently so that they can read and write a range of texts on different topics with ease. The course enables learners starting from complete beginner level to use Modern Standard Arabic within a limited range of everyday situations across the four skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The course teaches students to express themselves understandably at a basic level of communicative interaction and introduces them to the essentials of the Arabic writing system so that they can read and write basic words and sentences.

By the completion of Arabic Beginners Course students will be able to

1. Read and understand simplified texts that relate to issues that are of interest to young Arabs.

2. Expand your speech beyond the self to discuss social issues that affect the people around us.

3. Comprehend to more complex sentences that revolve around familiar topics.

4. Comprehend audio/video texts on familiar topics.

5. Express views about issues that rotate around the self and the people around them.

6. Read Arabic newspaper articles and able to understand main ideas on a variety of topics.

7. Expand their speech beyond the self to discuss some of the issues that are of interest to Arabs.

8. Express their views in simple terms about issues that are of interest to the educated people in the Arab world.

This course is designed to assist students to enhance their abilities to comprehend newspaper articles and discuss topics with educated Arabs revolving around:

• Feasts

• The Village and the City

• Society

• Traditional Markets

• Culture

• Planning the Future

• Technology and the Society

• Family Ties


The Course aims to provide professional competence in reading and writing Arabic. The emphasis is on acquiring complex grammar, accurate spelling skills and good handwriting. Speaking and listening continue to be improved throughout the course. Through a selection of carefully selected texts, the course serves as an introduction to Arabic literary forms and norms. It covers media and literature and provides an excellent training for interviews, public talks and confidence in media and business environments.

The course aims to reinforce the skill of communicating in Modern Standard Arabic acquired on the Intermediate course or similar courses. Having completed the course students should be able to: 

1. in a 'real world' setting, understand meaning from the written and spoken context and with the help of grammatical indicators. 

2. initiate and sustain conversations on a variety of topics. 

3. be familiar with the difference between formal and spoken Arabic. 

4. initiate and sustain discussion of topics of general interest. 

5. understand the main points of any non-technical text. 

6. carry out basic research: identify important sources and understand main ideas. 

7. understand the general ideas of lectures on familiar topics. 

8. write essays and opinion pieces on a wide variety of topics. 


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