Continue to develop your basic grasp of Arabic with part 2 of our beginners syllabus, the second of three beginners modules.
In part 2, you’ll expand your range of vocabulary to count, describe family members and use question tools to elicit information. We’ll introduce you to new grammatical structures, including demonstrative pronouns هذا هذه هُنا هُناك and the definite article أل.
Our class sizes are small, and we use a combination of tutor presentations, activities and group work to practice your listening, speaking and writing skills.
Who is it for?
You should have studied Arabic formally for around 20 hours. It is ideal if you have completed the beginners part 1 or equivalent. See the eligibility section to find out more.
Find out more about our Arabic courses
This course takes place one evening a week at 18:30 for 10 weeks.
- Skip part 1 if you already know simple Arabic including the Arabic alphabet and how to introduce yourself
- Led by qualified and highly skilled tutors, who follow the European framework for language learning.