London Central Mosque Trust & The Islamic Cultural Centre


03 Oct 2023

Arabic Course

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Arabic Course - Which Level Am I?

The Criteria for each level:

Pre-Level One:

For this level learners do not need any learning pre-requisites in Arabic skills, as this level is designed for total beginners.

Level One:

Basic knowledge of Arabic is required (memorisation of the whole Arabic alphabet, able to connect letters to make simple words and read and write simple words).

Level Two

For this level learners need to have mastered the skills taught in Level one, as summarised below:

  • Identify similarities and differences in use of language; tone of voice; body language; gesture and what is considered polite and give some examples of cultural misunderstandings that may affect communication.
  • Understand information from simple statements or descriptions as well as predictable conversations about familiar personal, social or work-related matters.
  • Understand information from simple texts relating to personal, social or work-related matters.
  • Be able to take part in simple, predictable conversations about familiar personal, social or work-related matters.
  • Be able to write simple communications relating to work or social matters, using a limited range of commonly used phrases appropriate to the context.

Level Three:

  • Understand written sentences and frequently used expressions from routine texts relating to personal, familial, geographical and work-related matters.
  • Be able to write simple communications relating to aspects of own background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.
  • Be able to communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a direct exchange of information on familiar and routine situations
  • Be able to understand specific factual information from routine statements and conversations on personal, social or work-related matters.

Speaking course:

This class is for students who have previously studied Arabic before but currently have lack of confidence in speaking fluently.

Arabic dialect speakers' short course:

This course aims to help students whom speak the Arabic dialect to develop their skills in writing and reading in Arabic to the level that is necessary to understand, conversate and write in standard Arabic.  


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