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July Spoken Lebanese Arabic Classes (3 Levels)

Total Beginners Spoken Lebanese Class 

This class begins with learning the alphabet in Modern Standard Arabic AND the Lebanese Dialect. This way you’ll see how the Lebanese pronunciation of the Arabic letters differs from Modern Standard Arabic and you can use this knowledge wherever and however you use Arabic in the future.

As you study the alphabet, you’ll also learn important Lebanese Arabic phrases and vocabulary that are spoken everyday in Beirut. By the end of the class, you’ll be able to introduce yourself, get around Beirut easier and have basic conversations.

This will be a small, personal class with only 3-5 students, so reserve your place today.

Class Details
Dates: July 1-26  (4 weeks)
Days: Monday – Friday, (5 days a week)
Time: 11:00-2:00*
Cost: US$8/hour

Beginners Spoken Lebanese Class (Level IA)

This class is for anyone who wants to learn the most useful phrases and concepts in the spoken Lebanese dialect and is already familiar with the Arabic alphabet.  You may have studied Modern Standard Arabic before and you know the Arabic alphabet, but you are new to the spoken dialect. By the end of the class, you’ll be able to introduce yourself, get around Beirut easier and have basic conversations.

Class Details
Dates: July 1-26  (4 weeks)
Days: Monday – Friday, (5 days a week)
Time:8:00-11:00*
Cost: US $8/hour

Spoken Lebanese (Level IB)

Now that you have finished Book 1 and Level 1A and know some essential vocabulary and phrases, it’s time to focus on verbs. In Level 1B you’ll learn the most common verbs, how to conjugate them in most tenses, and new vocabulary to use with them.

Class Details
Dates: July 1-26  (4 weeks)
Days: Monday – Friday, (5 days a week)
Time:8:00-11:00*
Cost: US $8/hour

*Final class times may change according to  student’s requests.

Sign up by e-mailing us at ALPS@abtslebanon.org


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