Beginner’s Levantine Colloquial Arabic


Colloquial Arabic is used in daily communication between people in the Arab world. Rooted in classical Arabic, it is simplified for daily use and infiltrated by non-Arabic worlds depending on the geographical location, external cultural and linguistic influences. This class will focus on the Levant dialect, which is spoken in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Palestine. This level is best suited for beginners who have had little or no exposure to the Arabic language. We will be covering the Arabic alphabet and explaining the differences in pronunciation between the modern standard Arabic and different dialects. We will also cover some basic conversational skills.

Time: Saturday, 12pm-1pm, 4/9/11-5/14/11
Tuition: $90
Instructor: Nezha Almahi-LeBrasseur
Location: Center for Arabic Culture located at the Armory, 191 Highland Avenue, 6B, Somerville
Register: Click here to register

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