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Arabic for Beginners I

By School of Humanities an Media Studies

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On successful completion of the course, students will be able to:· recognize, write and correctly pronounce the Arabic alphabet as well as understand the diacritic marks (al-harakaat) that affect the pronunciation of certain vowels and consonants · acquire a basic vocabulary · understand and ask simple questions · communicate in Arabic about simple familiar subjects · use greetings· introduce themselves: family and background, interests · read short texts and write simple texts about familiar topics · recognize simple grammatical constructions and use them

Customer Reviews


and its free, doesint get any better

No substitute for the real thing

I suppose it's helpful if you have the right study materials for it. I find myself getting lost in the grammar lessons which I don't think are taught in the best order. I think Arabic is probably too difficult a language to be taught virtually since you can't ask the teacher to elaborate with certain concepts especially given the fact that, as far as I can see, it's very different from languages of Latin origin. So if your like me and just looking to get a basic understanding of Arabic in a casual, strictly iPod way, this course (and perhaps this language) isn't for you. For now I'll seek free Arabic lessons elsewhere.


Any one want to learn Arabic through conversation conect me at Twitter @Ali_Alshaya . Any time you are welcome.