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Course Start Date:
15/03/2021
Course Ends Date:
26/03/2021
Since one does not speak Standard Arabic in everyday life, it is advisable to use the Syrian dialect learn. “Syrian dialect” is an umbrella term for the very similar dialects in Syria, Palestine, Lebanon and Jordan and is understood throughout the Arab world.
The majority of Arabs in Berlin also speak this dialect, so you can use the Can practice and use language in everyday life in Berlin.
Learners of Standard Arabic often have difficulty in contact with Arabic-speaking people, because they usually do not answer in standard Arabic, but in dialect. A dialect course is therefore particularly recommended for those who are familiar with work in social work, education, as doctors or for aid organizations. So can they help or react spontaneously in everyday situations and a sustainable one Build trust.

Requirements:

No previous knowledge required
Learning objective:

At the end of the course, learners can read the Arabic script and use familiar, understand and use everyday expressions and simple sentences. you can introduce yourself and others, as well as ask questions to a counterpart – e.g. where they live who they know or what things they like. You can answer questions of this kind yourself and learn about simple topics communicate.
Grammar:

Nominal sentences, nouns and adjectives Personal suffixes, genitive connections Verb conjugation of the past and present Numbers
Vocabulary:

approx. 400 words
Scope:

2 weeks / 60 teaching units (1 teaching unit = 45 min.)
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Course Start Date:
30/11/2020
Course Ends Date:
11/12/2020
Since one does not speak Standard Arabic in everyday life, it is advisable to use the Syrian dialect learn. “Syrian dialect” is an umbrella term for the very similar dialects in Syria, Palestine, Lebanon and Jordan and is understood throughout the Arab world.
The majority of Arabs in Berlin also speak this dialect, so you can use the Can practice and use language in everyday life in Berlin.
Learners of Standard Arabic often have difficulty in contact with Arabic-speaking people, because they usually do not answer in standard Arabic, but in dialect. A dialect course is therefore particularly recommended for those who are familiar with work in social work, education, as doctors or for aid organizations. So can they help or react spontaneously in everyday situations and a sustainable one Build trust.

Requirements:

No previous knowledge required
Learning objective:

At the end of the course, learners can read the Arabic script and use familiar, understand and use everyday expressions and simple sentences. you can introduce yourself and others, as well as ask questions to a counterpart – e.g. where they live who they know or what things they like. You can answer questions of this kind yourself and learn about simple topics communicate.
Grammar:

Nominal sentences, nouns and adjectives Personal suffixes, genitive connections Verb conjugation of the past and present Numbers
Vocabulary:

approx. 400 words
Scope:

2 weeks / 60 teaching units (1 teaching unit = 45 min.)