Arabic in Canberra
Arabic is the official language of more than 20 countries, and it is also widely spoken in Australia, only behind Mandarin and English. Learning Modern Standard Arabic in Canberra will open up doors when it comes to international affairs and global politics, and it is also useful to socialise with the more than 500 people who speak Arabic that live in the city. Why not get started with us at Language Trainers? We will design an Arabic course that adapts to your requirements, schedule and skills.
Why Study Arabic in Canberra
For Work: Those looking to broaden their professional horizons can visit the Australia Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Brisbane Avenue, the most important association for trade and investment between the countries of the Arabian Peninsula and Australia. Established in 2002, this organisation helps Australian companies expand into the Middle East, and Arab companies invest in Canberra. You can also contact the Institute of Australia Middle East Business and Education (IAMBE) on National Circuit, established in 2014 to bridge the gap between Australia and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA region). This cross-cultural understanding includes holding events to facilitate networking opportunities and bringing important businesspeople from the Middle East to Canberra. After the events, you can try and impress these people with the Arabic you learn in your lessons!
For Culture & Tourism: If you are more interested in getting to know the culture of Arabic-speaking countries, you can attend some of the workshops organised by the the Institute of Australia Middle East Business & Education on National Circuit. For example, every year they host an Islamic Culture Workshop aimed at helping those who are about to travel to the Middle East or other Muslim countries. Another event you cannot miss if you are interested in the Arabic culture is the National Multicultural Festival, which offers cuisines and local delicacies from around the world, including Egypt, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia. Musical performances are also a highlight, featuring Saudi Arabian dancers and drummers who captivate the crowds outside the Middle Eastern stalls. After the event is over, why not approach them and practise your newly-acquired Arabic pronunciation?
Those who love to travel and would like to explore some amazing Arabic-speaking countries like Egypt or Morocco can do so by taking a flight with Emirates. Navigate the longest river in the world, discover the breath-taking pyramids, and visit the amazing Grand Egyptian Museum while putting your Arabic-speaking skills into play!
For Social and Food: Those who want to learn the language to connect with Arabic speakers in Canberra can join the Arabic Learners and Practitioners MeetUp group, which has more than 150 members, aimed at anyone interested in Arabic and the affairs of the Middle East in general. They welcome Arabic students of all levels. They usually meet to watch Lebanese and Syrian films and to celebrate the end of Ramadan (the Islamic fasting month) by enjoying delicious meals. If you want to taste the exquisite Lebanese and Moroccan cuisine with friends, you can visit the Saffron Restaurant on Kennedy St and order some tawook (chicken breast with olive oil and garlic marinade) or Shish Kebab. Another excellent place to have a traditional Middle Eastern dish is Mister Zee’s on Bunda St. Their menu is both in Arabic and in English, so going to this place can be an excellent opportunity to test how much vocabulary you have learned in your Arabic course.
Where to Learn Arabic in Canberra
Our lessons at Language Trainers are especially designed to suit your needs. You may take your lessons at home, at work, or even in a public place if you want. You can meet your tutor at the National Library of Australia on Parkes Pl W, at Coffee Lab on Narellan Place, or Greenhouse Coffee & Food Co on Centre London Circuit, Canberra. Just let us know and we will be there.
If you want Arabic lessons but live outside Canberra, we have language instructors ready and waiting for your call in Queanbeyan, Murrumbateman, Belconnen and Wee Jasper.
Are you ready to take Arabic lessons? Let’s go, لنذهب (linadhhab)! If you are not a complete beginner to Arabic, please take our free Arabic level test so we can tailor our language packages to suit your skills.
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1-on-1 General Arabic Course in Canberra
Our general one-on-one courses in Canberra will help students improve their Arabic level quickly and efficiently, whatever their needs. One of the most exciting aspects of our courses is that they are developed entirely around the needs of the students. The fact that we offer our Arabic classes on a One-on-One basis means that you can learn the words and phrases you need in a comfortable and relaxed environment.
1-on-1 Business Arabic Course in Canberra
Our Arabic courses in Canberra are taught on a one-on-one basis and will help you improve your business communication skills immensely. No matter what level you begin at we will soon have you dealing with business introductions comfortably before moving onto other matters. Beginner level students can expect to finish the course with basic telephone Arabic and email skills, as well as a level of survival Arabic, granting them the ability to work in a country where Arabic is the native tongue.
2-to-1 and Small Group
Arabic Courses in Canberra (closed group)
Our Arabic courses are also available for small groups studying together (Two-to-One Arabic Course or In-Company Small Group Arabic Course). All participants must have the same language needs, be able to study at the same time at the same place and be at the same level. All participants should be booked at the same time. Language Trainers suggest that you do not look for classes with more than 8 students at one time. However, an In-Company Taster Arabic Course can contain a maximum of 12 people.
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Some of our Language Teachers in Canberra
Patricia is an English teacher who has experience teaching students from a wide variety of ages and skill levels. She earned her TESOL certificate in 2012, and enjoys teaching students of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
Arshiya is a native Hindi speaker who has an extensive academic background and over five years of experience teaching Hindi to learners from all over the world. She is a lecturer of Chemistry at the University of Canberra, and holds a PhD specializing in Physico-organic Chemistry.
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”The lessons are going really well. Saad is a great Arabic instructor, and I’m learning a lot.”Arabic course in Perth
”In reference to my Arabic course, I couldn't have received a better teacher. He has done an excellent job in teaching me Arabic but also educating me on the history and origins of the Arabic language with reference to the Islamic culture.”Arabic course in Townsville