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Pendragon Educational Publishers ArabicOnline.Eu - Advanced Arabic course
Pendragon Educational Publishers

ArabicOnline.Eu - Advanced Arabic course

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GBP 59 / per year *

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* 12 months subscription. Subscriptions are not automatically renewed.


Do you already have a good foundation in Arabic?

The Advanced Arabic Premium Programme is a dedicated online course of study. The programme is designed for individual learners who have studied Arabic for at least two years. Students can start at any time and study at their own pace and according to their own time schedule. No additional materials are needed.

ArabicOnline.Eu is the original internationally-recognized course of Arabic as a Foreign Language. Supported by the European Commission and designed for European and Western learners.

Arabic Online is published by Pendragon Educational Publishers, a UK-based company that specializes in the development of high-quality online language courses.

Key Features - three online programmes

Intermediate Arabic

This course contains 8 interactive units using only Arabic script to practice communication skills in everyday social and business situations. Extensive activities including role plays, writing exercises, Arabic grammar study materials and cultural information.

Arabic Grammar Explorer

This course focuses on core grammatical topics for revision and consolidation. It uses only Arabic script.

Advanced Arabic

This course contains 12 units with advanced texts, audio recordings and interactive exercises. Topics range from Media Arabic to email correspondence.

The course focuses on reading comprehension, advanced Arabic writing exercises, the study, analysis and practice of important grammatical themes and topics together with exercises for additional practice.

“This is the best interactive course online which combines the three important skills in language learning: Reading, listening, and writing”

Lydia Collins

Arabic Language Coordinator, University of Cambridge

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