General / Spoken Arabic


Standard Arabic is the first language of hundreds of millions of people in 26 countries across the Middle East and North Africa. The Arabic language has a great history and heritage in the fields of literature, theology and science.

In this Arabic class, you will be introduced to the Arabic language and you will gain a clear knowledge and understanding of important facets of the language such as the Arabic alphabet, pronunciation of Arabic words, the use of verbs and nouns, and how to read and write simple sentences in Arabic. This Arabic language course will be of great interest to professionals who may be conducting business in the Middle East or North Africa and would like to learn the basics of the Arabic language, and to all learners who would like a greater understanding of this fascinating and important world language.

We offer this Arabic Language course in 2 categories, General and Spoken. 


Upon the successful completion of this course, the students will have the ability to:

General Arabic:

  • Read and write the Arabic alphabet, individual words and numbers, short sentences, and acquire a range of vocabulary.
  • Formulate and respond to simple questions, tell time, know days of week and months, as well as names of the seasons etc.
  • Engage in basic conversations involving greetings and introducing one’s self and family.

Spoken Arabic:

  • Express basic ideas and emotions in simple sentences and dialogues, e.g, interacting with people, inquiring about their health, asking them about their interests etc.
  • Know general expressions and short phrases that provide important information like gender, age, grade, and nationality.
  • Comprehend simple audio/video texts on familiar topics.
  • Be acquainted with the customs and traditions of Arabic speaking countries.


General Arabic Course:

Chapter one: The Alphabet

Chapter two: Personal Pronouns

Chapter three: Introducing yourself and others

Chapter four: Numbers

Chapter five: Days and Months

Chapter six: Family Members

Chapter seven: Activities

Chapter eight: Demonstrative Pronouns

Chapter nine: Verbs Study

Chapter ten: Body Parts

Chapter eleven: Adjectives

Chapter twelve: Tenses

Chapter thirteen: Fruits and Vegetables

Chapter fourteen: House Rooms and Furniture

Chapter fifteen: Occupations

Spoken Arabic Course:

Chapter one: Greetings and Dating

Chapter two: The Family

Chapter three: The Living

Chapter four: The Everyday Life

Chapter five: Foods and Drinks

Chapter six: The Prayer

Chapter seven: Studying

Chapter eight: The Work

Chapter nine: Shopping

Chapter ten: The Weather

Chapter eleven: People and Places

Chapter twelve: The Hobbies

Chapter thirteen: The Travel

Chapter fourteen: The Hajj and Umrah

Chapter fifteen: The Health

Chapter sixteen: The Vacation

Key Features

  • Experienced and professional native Arabic instructors
  • Improve spoken Arabic fluency
  • Enhance vocabulary, pronunciation and grammar
  • Improve social connections and professional reach
  • Communicate effectively with confidence
  • Intercultural competence