ARABIC LANGUAGE

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INTRODUCTION TO ARABIC LANGUAGE

DESCRIPTION

Arabic is one of the world’s great languages. Its graceful script, magnificent style and rich vocabulary give the language a unique character and flavor. Arabic is the largest member of the Semitic language family, which also includes languages like Hebrew and Aramaic. Like most other Semitic languages, Arabic is written from right to left. Arabic is the language of a large part of our planet. It is the main language in 22 countries, spoken by more than 250 million people. It is also the second language in many Islamic countries because it is considered the spiritual language of Islam -one of the world’s major religions. It is one of the permanent languages in the United Nations. Arabic is one of the oldest living languages in the world, and it is the origin of many languages.

There are two Arabic versions :

Arabic language can be divided into two versions Modern Arabic and Classical Arabic. Classical Arabic is the official language and it is the language of the Quran. Classical Arabic does not change and it is the only way for you to learn Arabic language in an academic way. It is used in formal situations. It is also used in newspaper, books, academic researches and study books. As classical Arabic is most used in written context, Modern Arabic is used in the daily spoken contexts.

Fee Structure

Level A1 : 3 Months

10000/- Only

Level A2 : 3 Months

13000/- Only

Level B1 : 4 Months

16000/- Only

Level B2 : 4 Months

16000/- Only

Level C1 : 3 Months

20000/- Only

Level C2 : 6 Months

20000/- Only

Why Arabic ?

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Why Arabic in Best Foreign Languages ?

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