Arabic Language Courses, London & Online

The Anglo-Omani Society runs Arabic Language Courses in our Sackville Street offices and online. Our classes, which are designed for a variety of abilities, from total beginner to confident conversationalist, have won high plaudits from participants.

Our courses cover both written and spoken Arabic and focus on Modern Standard Arabic, although our teachers have good knowledge of various dialects, and can therefore explain different dialectic translations, depending on students’ interests.

Courses run for 10 weeks and consist of 2 hour classes. Any material (courses roughly follow the Gateway to Arabic books) required for the course will be provided via email PDF. However, we recommend students purchase the Gateway to Arabic books if they are able to. There is no requirement for how much work students do between lessons, but we highly recommend putting some time aside each week to revise vocabulary, spelling and grammar etc. The more work you put into your studies, the more you'll get out of the course. 

Our Spring Term starts w/c 30th January 2023. All times listed are UK time.

For the spring term we will be running the following courses:

  • Beginner 1: students have little or no existing knowledge of Arabic. Click here to view our syllabus. 
  • Beginner 2: students are somewhat familiar with the alphabet, know some basic words and key phrases, can introduce themselves. Click here to view our syllabus

  • Beginner 3: students are more comfortable with the alphabet, have some vocabulary (beyond basic vocab used to introduce oneself), have some knowledge of present tense verbs conjucation (I, you, he/she, we) and possessive endings. Click here to view our syllabus

  • Beginner 4: students are more comfortable with the alphabet, have some vocabulary (beyond basic vocab used to introduce oneself), have some knowledge of present tense verbs conjucation (I, you, he/she, we) and possessive endings. Click here to view our syllabus

  • Pre-Intermediate 3: students are able to conjugate verbs in present and past tenses using first, second and third persons pronouns, read Arabic words with short vowels, long vowels and Shadda (stress symbol), introduce themselves briefly in Arabic. Click here to view our syllabus

  • Pre-Intermediate 4: Students are confident with verb conjugations. Some students can hold basic conversations in Arabic. Click here to view our syllabus

  • Intermediate 1: Click here to view our syllabus. 

  • Advanced: Students can confidently hold conversations about a variety of topics in Arabic. Some students have degrees in Arabic, but the level is quite mixed. Click here to view our syllabus

Our courses are open to members of the Society, and cost £200 for each 10-week course. If you are interested in joining our classes, please email us at rsvp@ao-soc.org

 

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