With roots dating back to the sixth century, the Arabic language is considered as one of the oldest in the world. There are over 300 million of native speakers and it’s the sixth most spoken language across the globe. Learning Arabic in the Middle East opens numerous employment opportunities, helps to interact more effective and enables to gain better understanding of the Arabic culture.
“Ramadan is known as the month of giving and we at Eton Institute want to give back to the community through our free Arabic courses,” commented Hana Fuchs, Marketing Director at Eton Institute.
“Every year the response has been overwhelming. The free Arabic course is immensely popular and the seats fill up in a matter of hours. We feel very proud that we have been able to help so many individuals to gain an insight into the Arabic language,” she added.
This free course will cover basics of the Arabic language including greetings, introductions and basic phrases. At the end of the course, attendees will be able to engage in a simple conversation and have a better understanding of the local culture.
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