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Speak Arabic as a native speaker

Updated on June 22, 2016

Face Arab world

Standard Arabic is the first language of hundreds of millions of people in twenty six countries across the middle East and North Africa. The Arabic language has a great history and heritage in the fields of literature, theology and science. In this Arabic classes provided by VISION UP, you will be introduced to the Arabic language and you will gain a clear knowledge and understanding of important facets of the language such as, the Arabic alphabets, pronunciation of Arabic words, the use of verbs and nouns, and how to read and write simple sentences in Arabic. As you will learn Arabic with Vision Up you will also be introduced to the basic vocabulary such as days of the week, numbers, and colors, which will give you confidence to continue building your knowledge of Arabic vocabulary, and this course will also be of great interest of professionals who may be conducting business in the middle East or North Africa and would like to learn the basics of Arabic language, and to all learners who would like a greater understanding of this fascinating and important world language.
Learning outcomes from our Arabic classes, understand Arabic alphabet, Learn how to pronounce Arabic words, Learn how to read and write the basic Arabic sentences, and Learn the basic vocabulary.

A series of Arabic lectures to non- native speakers to improve their knowledge and skills to facilitate the communications skills with Arab world to non-native speakers .
Arabic Language is a language spoken by approximately (280) million people around the world which is in nearly (22) countries. Arabic Language is considered as one of the most official seven languages in the United Nations Zone, as well as one of the most important and official languages for many International organizations.
-Modern Standard Arabic , is an updated and simplified version of classical Arabic , used in the written and oral statements commerce , politics , media and tourism.
- The Arab known or commoner , on the contrary , it is a non-official language we use daily , and vary from country to country and from region to region .
Among the many Arabic dialects , we find that the Syrians and Arabian gulf dialects are the most famous and the most widespread in the communication between the various Arab races.
Each of communication and acoustics style basic tools in the study of language.
The reasons why it pays to learn this language : there are reasons of study , or interest in learning the necessary tools in technical and professional communication differ , as well as the cultural , commercial and economic sphere

Courses are organized individually or in a limited number of groups , consisting of two levels:
* Modern Arabic language Courses: Two levels
(1)For beginners ( Level 1 ) written for those who don’t have any Idea of this language or for those who have alittle knowledge of the Arabic language , or for those who in spite of their knowledge of some of the initial information, no matter the ability to distinguish the Arabic letters and sounds pronounce correctly. After the initial absorption of the foundations of writing and acoustics will be initiated in learning the basic rules of the principles of grammar, with the help of the texts used in specialized institutes for the teaching of foreign materials Audio: names , numbers , type, use the only one definite article , nominal clause , the verb .
(2)After novice ( Level II ) written for those who have a basic knowledge of the Arabic language , in the sense that they can distinguish the alphabet without difficulty and they have a good knowledge of the principles of the way ; and this , for example , the case of overshoot test university Arabic language and he attended the first level. At this level will be special attention will also be follow-up conversation in depth grammatical rules with exchanging and understanding the complex expressions.
*) Arabic language instruction cycle technical – Commercial
The same Arabic language course modern standards , but more practical explanation , for conversation and deepen economic and trade vocabulary prompt ; it is directed at individuals or companies who they need to understand the foundations of language for business reasons and mediation with business partners in the Arab world .
*) Individual education courses.
Directed individual courses for those who wish to pursue a completely personal path in the study of grammar ( as ) and in training on the conversation , and anyone who is interested in expanding in the study of certain aspects of the culture and the Arab world .
In the case of individual courses , learning path division will not be expected to predetermined levels , but will start from zero or scratch of knowledge of the language , in which students show familiarity with it. The exercises will limp on the topics that have been selected based on special interests .


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