Best Egyptian Language Online Courses
Introduction to Arabic A1
In this 1-hour introductory course we will learn & practice together the fundamentals of Arabic to get you started in running basic-level conversations and dialogues.
This absolute-beginners course also presents some training on conversation and pronunciation to help you practice saying the words with a clear and easy-to-understand accent like native Egyptians.
Once you complete this intro course, I would be really if you can send me a detailed feedback on the content & what to develop. I will also be dedicating office hours for online discussions and support in practice for students enrolled in the course.
Egyptian Arabic is a spoken language that is highly interactive, and the best way to master it is by actually interacting with people. This course aims to give you key expressions and phrases that you can use to immediately begin communicating. You will learn how to engage in simple, friendly conversations that signal respect for the person and the culture, and an eagerness to learn.
Start learning Egyptian Arabic by mastering the interactive, relational building blocks given in this course.
- Vocabulary that lets you greet people, say goodbye, engage in polite exchanges and ask key questions
- Information about when to use formal or informal variations, depending on who you’re talking to
- Useful functional words and expressions that you’ll need for your next steps, including numbers, pronouns, questions, and requests
Communicate from Day 1 to accelerate your learning of Egyptian Arabic
This course will focus on giving you initial tools that you can use to interact, right away. These are not randomly chosen vocabulary items. They are foundational words and expressions that will allow you to begin to interact in Egyptian Arabic. You will learn the initial Arabic you need to start connecting relationally with Egyptians.
The vocabulary that you will use, once you have completed the course, will immediately signal to the people with whom you are speaking that you appreciate and respect them, you enjoy their language and culture, and that you want to learn more. It will position you to take advantage of the friendliness and outgoingness of most Egyptians, as you interact with them in an open, friendly, interested way.