The Arabic language courses aim to develop all four language skills in the language. Depending on the theme and exercise, different teaching approaches and activities are used in class. While a task-based approach will engage you in collaborative learning. Natural approach aims to increase your motivation in language learning through teacher-student and student-student communication in the target language to facilitate learning.
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When travelling to the Middle East there are many things you can enjoy; from riding camels while gazing at the pyramids in Egypt to taking a dip in the Dead Sea in Jordan and viewing the buildings in Dubai. Most importantly, when walking through the streets, knowing basic Arabic will surely break some barriers, because as soon as you utter a few words of Arabic in front of a native speaker, they will be delighted and eager to assist you in any way possible.
4. Rising Demand for Arabic-speaking Professionals
The current demand for fluent Arabic speakers is high, especially in foreign affairs, intelligence, journalism, etc. Since the supply of fluent Western Arabic speakers is low, this gives Arabic learners an edge over other language learners.
The Arab world consists of 22 countries and is a major part of the global economy. Many businesses invest in the Arab world, particularly the Gulf, in areas such as construction, telecom, finance, and tourism. Many Arab states heavily rely on foreigners to further their economies, which provides for countless business and job opportunities.
6. Easy to Learn
It might seem odd, but learning Arabic is pretty easy! The letters may seem intimidating, but they’re really not that difficult. The Arabic alphabet can be learned in a day. Also, Arabic grammar is fairly easy and in many ways simpler than that of other languages.
Arabic Level 2