Why learn Arabic?
Learning any new language is a rewarding and fulfilling experience - and one that it’s never too late to start.
Learning to speak Arabic will let you communicate with almost 300 million native speakers around the globe. Arabic is also the language of Islam and the Qu’ran, and is therefore understood by Muslims throughout the world. So, not only will speaking Arabic make it easier if you’re travelling in the Middle East, it’s also a great way to make friends and get to know people wherever you are.
But whether it’s for travel and leisure, to improve your employment prospects, or purely for pleasure, learning Arabic will without doubt be one of the most satisfying things you’ll ever do.
Best of all, it could be easier to learn to speak Arabic than you think. Even if you’re starting from scratch, you’ll begin to see the results almost immediately, making it instantly rewarding.
Everything you need to know when you’re abroad
Imagine being in the Middle East and being able to speak and understand the language? Well, we can help you to do just that.
Engaging audio lessons will introduce you to everyday situations and scenarios, whilst the bilingual recordings will have you speaking the language within minutes.
This step by step course will teach you to:
Choosing to learn with Linguaphone is the ideal way to take your first steps towards speaking Arabic with confidence. The course is designed to be easy and enjoyable, following Linguaphone’s popular 'listen, understand and speak’ methodology.Features include:
By the end of the course you will have mastered over 500 new words and be able to handle everything from greetings and everyday vocabulary to pronunciation and grammar.Advantages of this course
Learning a foreign language is more than just something that will look good on your CV or come in handy when you’re travelling. In fact, research shows that there are far more benefits than you’d imagine:
So why not book an Arabic course today - and say as-SALAM ALAYKOM to learning an exciting new language?
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