We have yet to finalize all the details surrounding this course. Students are currently able to pre-register and will be updated when the registration process opens. Details are subject to change.
Arabic is the language of 22 Member States of UNESCO, a language with more than 422 million speakers in the Arab world (World Arabic Language Day, UNESCO, 18th December, 2012).
The Arabic language can be divided into three varieties:
Consequently, Arabic Language exists in a state of diglossia where its two separate registers (written and spoken) are used in different situations in life.
We offer both Spoken Arabic and MSA courses at Polis.
The answer depends on the academic or practical needs of the student. Starting with MSA, for instance, won't help the student hold a conversation in the street, but will help the student to read texts in formal Arabic.
In fact, most of our students need Arabic for practical daily use, and attend the Spoken Arabic courses.
Oct 12, 2020 – Feb 8, 2021
Jerusalem, (US Time)
Please click below to pre-register
|Modern Standard Arabic 1||Modern Standard Arabic 2||Modern Standard Arabic 3||Modern Standard Arabic 4|