Did you know that Arabic is one of the 6 off icial languages of the United Nations, and the official language in 22 Arab countries?
Arab countries are religiously and ethnically diverse with Islam being the dominant religion in most countries. The language spoken is Arabic, a language of a rich culture and civilization dating back many centuries. In fact, algebra, cotton, coffee, jasmine and lemon all originated from the Arabs!
The Arab countries are also a huge export market for goods and services. Surprisingly, while the demand for Arabic speakers is very high, there is a low supply in the Western world. The increasing importance of the Middle East in international affairs makes it obvious that people who know Arabic would be ideal candidates in sectors like journalism, business, education, politics, finance, consulting and translation services. Knowing Arabic can boost your travel experiences throughout the Middle East.
At the end of this level, you can communicate everyday familiar expressions & basic phrases. You can introduce yourself and answer personal questions. You can interact with simple phrases in a slow manner.
You can understand & speak sentences about family, geography, background, immediate environment, employment, and routine task. You will be familiar with frequently used expressions related to these matters.
You can understand and speak on familiar matters regarding school, work, leisure, and personal interests. You will be confident to describe experiences, dreams, plans and opinions.
At the end of this level, you can hold elaborate conversations on various topics, fluently and spontaneously interact on familiar and new topics, allowing for easier interaction with native speakers!
You can use the language purposefully and confidently, in social, professional and academic settings. Your proficiency over the language will be evident in your clear, well-structured, and controlled conversation.
You will have mastered the language, recognizing the finer nuances & complex meanings in written & verbal matters. You can express coherently and fluidly, and can understand everything heard or read.