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The schedules

There is no specific date for the beginning of our courses because it depends on our students' arrival date.  

Available Schedules:

- 2 hours a day/5 days a week.
- 2 hours a day/3 days a week.
- 3 hours a day/5 days a week.
- 3 hours a day/3 days a week.
- 4 hours a day/5 days a week.
- 4 hours a day/3 days a week.

- Tailored courses: intensive, extended, or as the students wish.

For more details please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Some Plans for "To Learn Arabic"

Level: Beginners

Plan #1

Period: 4 weeks

Schedule: 3 hours a day / 5 days a week. 15 hours per week

Total Hours: 60.

Subjects to Study: Reading – Conversation – Basic Grammar- Writing and Dictation.

Expected achieved skills:

-           Enough ability to write and read basically

-          Some basic necessary grammar.

-          Enough ability to use the daily life conversation.

-          Probably ready to be in upper beginner level.

Plan #2

Period: 8 weeks

Schedule: 2 hours a day / 5 days a week. 10 hours per week

Total Hours: 80.

Subjects to Study: Reading – Conversation – Basic + beginner Grammar – Writing                     and Dictation.

Expected achieved Skills:

-           Good ability to write and read

-          Good ability to use the daily life conversation.

-          Enough ability to distinguish the grammatical elements of Arabic sentences while reading, writing or talking.

-          Ready to be in upper beginner level or in some cases in the pre-intermediate level.

Plan #3

Period: 12 weeks.

Schedule: 2 hours a day / 5 days a week. 10 hours per week

Total Hours: 120.

Subjects to Study:  - Conversation – Basic + beginner + intermediate Grammar – Writing and Dictation.

Expected achieved Skills:

-          Good ability to use daily conversation and enough ability to discuss some topics in Arabic.

-          Good ability to distinguish the grammatical elements of Arabic sentences while reading, writing or talking.

-          Enough ability to analyze Arabic sentences.

-          Probably ready for intermediate level.

Level: Upper-Beginners

Plan #1

Period: 4 weeks

Schedule: 3 hours a day / 5 days a week. 15 hours per week

Total Hours: 60.

Subjects to Study: Reading – Conversation – Basic Grammar- Writing and Dictation.

Expected achieved Skills:

-          Good ability to write and read

-          Good ability to use the daily life conversation.

-          Good ability to distinguish the grammatical elements of Arabic sentences while reading, writing or talking.

-          Can be ready to for intermediate.

Plan #2

Period: 8 weeks

Schedule: 2 hours a day / 5 days a week. 10 hours per week

Total Hours: 80.

Subjects to Study: Reading – Conversation – Basic + beginner Grammar – Writing and Dictation.

Expected achieved Skills:

-          - Good ability to write and read

-          Good ability to use the daily life conversation.

-          Good ability to distinguish the grammatical elements of Arabic sentences while reading, writing or talking.

-          Ready to be in intermediate level.

Plan #3

Period: 12 weeks.

Schedule: 2 hours a day / 5 days a week. 10 hours per week

Total Hours: 120.

Subjects to Study:  - Conversation – Basic + beginner + intermediate Grammar – Writing and Dictation.

Expected achieved Skills:

-          Good ability to use daily conversation and enough ability to discuss some topics in Arabic.

-          Good ability to distinguish the grammatical elements of Arabic sentences while reading, writing or talking.

-          Enough ability to analyze Arabic sentences.

-          Ready for upper intermediate.

          

Level: Intermediates

Plan #1

Period:  4 weeks

Schedule: 15 hours per week \ 3 hours a day.

Total hours: 60

Subjects to Study: Reading – Conversation – Grammar second level – Writing and Dictation.

Expected achieved Skills:

-          Better ability to write and read

-          Very good ability to use the daily life conversation.

-          Good ability to distinguish the grammatical elements of Arabic sentences while reading, writing or talking.

-          Ready for upper intermediate level.

Plan # 2

Period: 8 weeks

Schedule: 10 hours per week \ 2 hours a day.

Total hours: 80

Subjects to Study: Reading – Conversation – Grammar second level – Writing and Dictation.

Expected achieved Skills:

-          Very Good ability to write and read

-          Excellent ability to use the daily life conversation.

-          Good ability to distinguish the grammatical elements of Arabic sentences while reading, writing or talking.

-          Ready to be in upper intermediate level or in some cases in the advanced level.

Plan #3

Period: 12 weeks

Schedule: 2 hours a day / 5 days a week. 10 hours per week.

Total hours: 120

Subjects to Study: Reading – Conversation – Grammar second + third level – Writing and Dictation.

Expected achieved Skills:

-          Very Good ability to write and read

-          Excellent ability to use the daily life conversation.

-          Very good ability to distinguish the grammatical elements of Arabic sentences while reading, writing or talking.

-          Ready to be in upper intermediate level but more likely for advance level.

Levels: 

-          Upper Intermediates

-           Advances

 

The range of language skills of students in these levels usually vary wider the lower levels, For instance; some students get very good skills in Grammar but poor skills in Conversation or Reading, these differences are really clearer in upper levels, so we highly recommend tailored programs to serve the goals and achieve the balanced and proper knowledge.


To Learn Arabic
Private language school in Damascus, Syria