A2 – Level 2 Elementary
Level 2 Elementary
This class will teach the student the basic knowledge of verbs and how past tense behave. They will learn to describe simple terms aspects of their background, environment and matters in areas of immediate need. This will support them in communicating simple and routine tasks on familiar and routine matters, both in written form as well as in speech. By the end of this course student would be able to understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment) both in reading and listening.
School Terms3 Term Program
These are the times for the Arabic Classes which are 32 weeks in total.
Term Dates 2020
12 Weeks: 6th Jan to 5th April
Holiday: Half Term 11th to 17th Feb
11 Weeks: 20th Apr to 25th July Holiday: Half Term & Eid Holiday 18th to 31st May
9 Weeks: 3rd August to 11th October Holiday: Half Term 31st Aug to 6th Sep
The remaining fees deadline: 24th January
By paying all together you will receive £50 Discount.
Throughout this Level, the student will cover the following topics:
- Nominal sentences - Which are basic Arabic sentences.
- Counting from 1 to 1000 and beyond
- Verbs and their various forms
- Basic conversation
- And much more...
At the end of this course, the student will have the capacity to understand simple verses of the Qur'aan and short Hadeeth, and speak general conversational sentences.
During this level you will begin to study basic Arabic grammar. We’ll introduce you to Arabic terminologies and ideas, and how to use them to understand simple to intermediate sentences and clauses.
In the Arabic language we have three types of words. One is an ‘ism’, which loosely translates to a noun. Another is ‘harf’, which are particles such as ‘and’ or ‘but’ that would not make sense on their own. The final one is a ‘fil’, which we call an ‘Arabic verb’ as its nature is very different to that of an English verb.
In the Arabic language we have three types of words. One is an ‘ism’ which loosely translates as a noun, the other is a ‘Fil’ which we call an ‘Arabic Verb’, because its nature is very different from an English Verb.
“He Said, She Said, We all Said”
In this level, we will complete our study of Arabic pronouns and how you attach them to words. This is a very important lesson and sets the pace for the language as a whole.