Intermediate Arabic Classes in Washington, DC

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Arabic Intermediate II

at Int'l Center for Language Studies - Downtown, Washington, D.C. 1133 15th Street NW Ste 600, Washington, District of Columbia 20005

Designed for students with a solid knowledge of basic grammar concepts and the ability to conduct conversations on familiar topics including at the work place. Students will be introduced to more advanced verb tenses and complex structures. Authentic materials will be used and will form the basis of classroom discussions. Text used: Living Language...

Monday Jan 14th, 6pm - 7:45pm

  (20 sessions)
$447.99

20 sessions

Arabic Intermediate I

at Int'l Center for Language Studies - Downtown, Washington, D.C. 1133 15th Street NW Ste 600, Washington, District of Columbia 20005

Designed for students with a basic knowledge of the language, this course focuses on the development of fluency. Students will expand their ability to carry out simple conversations on a limited range of topics. Previous grammar concepts are reviewed and more complicated structures are introduced in context. Upon completion of the course students will...

Monday Jan 14th, 6pm - 7:45pm

  (20 sessions)
$447.99

20 sessions

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Arabic Beginner II

at Int'l Center for Language Studies - Downtown, Washington, D.C. 1133 15th Street NW Ste 600, Washington, District of Columbia 20005

Designed for students with some prior knowledge of the language, this course builds on the topics and communication skills taught in Beginner I. While the emphasis of the course is on developing speaking proficiency, it continues to introduce basic grammar concepts and teaches beginning reading skills. Upon completion of the course students will be...

Tuesday Jan 15th, 6pm - 7:45pm

  (20 sessions)
$447.99

20 sessions

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Arabic - Level 3

at Fluent City - Penn Quarter 1100 G St NW, Virginia, Virginia 20005

We all want to live life in the present—but sometimes we need to talk about the future. Arabic 3 is for those who are ready to build on their knowledge of the present tense and expand it into the future. You’ll also get an intro to the interesting stuff: culture and customs. Here's what to expect: Know before you go Because this course is designed...

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$399

10 sessions

Arabic - Level 4

at Fluent City - Penn Quarter 1100 G St NW, Virginia, Virginia 20005

Ready for the future? We are if you are. In Arabic 4, you’ll build on the present and past tenses, but also head into the future and conditional. You’ll gain confidence in all the major tenses and graduate from simple to intermediate Arabic. HERE'S WHAT TO EXPECT KNOW BEFORE YOU GO Start here if you’ve already completed Arabic 3 with us, or...

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$399

10 sessions

501 Intermediate Arabic Media

at Middle East Institute - Downtown, Washington, D.C. 1761 N Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20036

In Media Arabic 1, students are introduced to mainstream Arab media. To gain familiarity with media vocabulary and text structure, students will look in depth at current events in the Middle East through video reports, articles, and social media. Media Arabic is meant to be an dynamic, ongoing class for upper-level Arabic students and as such, class...

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$490

15 sessions

502 Advanced Arabic Media

at Middle East Institute - Downtown, Washington, D.C. 1761 N Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20036

The goal of the course is to enable students to make practical use of Arabic in mainstream Arabic media. Online and print media are used as the primary means of instruction to familiarize students with current events in the Arab world and build confidence in vocabulary. Class presentations help develop speaking skills and activate new media vocabulary....

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$490

16 sessions

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