Arabic for beginner

  .Arabic for beginner 

Arabic for beginner course at Al-Thuraya is one of the best courses to learn basics in Arabic in the right way and great atmosphere .

we design our beginner program to suit all students .

 in Arabic for beginner course the student will learn 

Level 1:
Beginner Modern Standard Arabic (BSA1, BSA2, BSA3)
This level presents Arabic in a sequential and cumulative manner for non-speakers of Arabic generating the basics depending on pictures and images reflecting the meaning of words and physical meanings in which the student is able to sense and be aware of regardless of his native language or cultural background.
The level initially teaches letters and words building the structure of the language cumulatively in a calculated method to enrich the students' awareness and consciousness of the language.
Students will get to know the world political map in Arabic and the names of countries and districts in advance to simple easy words used on daily bases in the street and describing colors, numbers, animal names, household appliance and electrical machines, transportation, geometrical shapes, parts of the human body.
After building a good language dictionary, the course teaches students to facilitate this quantum of words in a logical manner and adding new words each time and training the students on the writing skills.
The student will be learning the grammatical aspects of the language in a later stage, He/Shewill be presented phenomena of language such as male and female structures, individuals and combined, questions and other idioms and phrases.
The course contains lessons that are essential to the student in his social endeavors, actions and reactions .It represents situations that take place daily in: the class room, the bank, police station, the mall, the restaurant, hunting an apartment, residency permit and the return trip home and many others.

BSA1 (Beginner Modern Standard Arabic): An opening level course, no need for any Arabic background

4 weeks, 80 hours:
4 hours per day, 5 days per week

6 weeks, 120 hours:
4 hours per day, 5 day per week

BSA2 (beginner modern standard Arabic ): an opening level course need BSA1 student learn writing, reading and speaking (daily life)

4 weeks, 80 hours:
4 hours per day, 5 days per week

6 weeks, 120 hours:
4 hours per day, 5 days per week

BSA 3 (beginner modern standard Arabic)

4 weeks,80 hours
4 hours per day,5 days per week

6 weeks,120 hours
4 hours per day,5 days per week