Part 1 of this course covers some essential topics including how to search for and rent an apartment in Arab countries, how to describe neighbourhood businesses and their locations and how to use correct forms of address.
You’ll learn about habitual and progressive past verb aspects and comparative nouns. You will also learn how to express intention, obligation and exception.
Our small and diverse classes offer multiple perspectives - and give you a more rounded learning experience.
Part 1 is the first module of the intermediate syllabus, working towards CEFR B1 level of language learning.
Who is it for?
You should already be able to communicate at CEFR A2 level of Arabic. You may have completed our lower intermediate syllabus, studied Arabic elsewhere for at least 120 hours or have a good or recent GCSE. Check the eligibility section for more information.
Find out more about our Learn Arabic with City short courses courses
This course takes place one evening a week at 18:30 for 10 weeks.
- Signing up for part 1 allows you to get a flavour for learning without the commitment of the full syllabus. If you do enjoy it, you can easily progress on to part 2.
- Our qualified Arabic tutors use innovative and engaging learning techniques
- You can access class material before the lesson, giving you more time to practice.