This fast-paced course aims to provide learners with basic skills in conversational, everyday language. Studying Arabic Elementary 4 will provide an insight into a rich culture. Whether you wish to establish business connections with Arabic-speaking countries, work in health or community centres which offer services to Arabic speakers or plan to travel in countries where Arabic is spoken, Arabic Elementary 4 will set you on the path to acquiring a basic knowledge of Modern Standard Arabic as well as introduce you to the Egyptian and Levantine dialects.
Suitable for students who have completed Arabic Elementary 4 or students familiar with reading and writing the Arabic script and who are able to engage in intermediate conversation and exchange of information.
IF YOU HAVE NOT COMPLETED THE PREVIOUS LEVEL AT CAE, YOU NEED TO CONTACT CAE FOR A SKILL ASSESSMENT PRIOR TO ENROLLING.
N.B. CAE withdrawal policy does not allow for refund or transfer once the course has started in the event that the level of the class is not suitable.
***IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR LAST-MINUTE ENROLMENTS*** If you enrol on the same day this course starts, please check your confirmation email and ensure you contact the Languages Centre to receive a link to attend the online sessions at email@example.com***
Link to purchase the book: https://languageint.com.au
Brustad K., Al-Batal M. & Al-Tonsi A. (2004). Al-Kitaab fii Ta’allum al-‘Arabiyya with DVDs: A Textbook for Beginning Arabic, Part One Second Edition (Arabic Edition). Washington DC: Georgetown University Press. ISBN-13: 978-1589011045 / ISBN-10: 158901104X
To attend your online sessions all you need is the link we will provide (via email), a device with internet connection and a webcam.
***Cancellations or postponements are notified 48 hours before class commencement. Please consider this before purchasing class materials***
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It is suitable for prospective travellers, people wanting to interact socially with the Arabic-speaking community both in Melbourne and overseas.