Basic skills of spoken and written Arabic.
This course involves regular speaking appointments with an Arabic-speaking mentor. A webcam, microphone, and speakers will be necessary to conduct required speaking appointments. Access to a printer/scanner is necessary to complete required written assignments.
Suggested first class for students learning Arabic.
Due to the nature of this course’s learning outcomes, the exams are only available in a paper format. Please plan for shipping time.
Lesson 1: Greetings and Introductions
Lesson 2: Meeting People
Lesson 3: Greeting People
Lesson 4: More Introductions
Lesson 5: Being Polite
Cumulative Review: Lessons 1-5
Lesson 6: Coffee Time
Lesson 7: Everyday Vocabulary
Lesson 8: How Are You? States and Feelings
Lesson 9: Describing People
Lesson 10: Wrapping Up
Lesson 11: I Live in New York City, Part I
Lesson 12: I Live in New York City, Part II
Lesson 13: I am really lonely! Part I
Lesson 14: I am really lonely! Part II
Lesson 15: My father's family is big, Part I
Lesson 16: My father's family is big, Part II
Lesson 17: How can I memorize all the names?!, Part I
Lesson 18: How can I memorize all the names?!, Part II
Lesson 19: The weather is very hot in the summer, Part I
Lesson 20: The weather is very hot in the summer, Part II