London, United Kingdom (PRWEB) September 7, 2004
Arabic language learning has just become easier. With London Arabic School free trial lessons, prospective students, business men and women, and travellers have great oppurtunity to learn how to read, write and speak Arabic language, after trying the unique Arabic teaching methodology used at London Arabic School.
Why Take a Trial Lesson?
You may observe a class before you apply for admission. It is completely free and there is no obligation.
Which Language Centre?
There are many Arabic Language centres in London and it can be difficult to decide which is the best. Even though you may have already decided that London Arabic School is the best school for you, you may have fears about the difficulty of the Arabic language. A free lesson will give you confidence that Arabic is not impossible, before you begin. Our teachers will make learning a difficult language, easy!
Trial lessons are offered subject to availability.
To be sure of arranging a convenient time, it is best to request a free lesson 3 weeks in advance.
How to Apply for a Trial Lesson?
Just contact London Arabic School to request an appointment. You will be sent information about how to book your free taster Arabic lesson.
Importance of the Arabic Language:
Arabic is spoken in more than 20 countries, from Iraq in the east to Morroco in the west and throughout the middle east, the Arabian Peninsula and north Africa. It is the native language of more than 200 million people, and as a second language, it is spoken by more than 30 million people, most of them are Muslims. Modern Standard Arabic, or MSA for short, is the official language throughout the Arab world. Furthermore, written Arabic is mainly consistent across political borders and even throughout centuries.
Arabic script is the most widely used script in the world after Latin. Arabic has 28 letters, with no capital letters but letters do change in shape depending on proceeding and following letters. Arabic alphabet has 28 letters, as well as short-vowel signs. All letters, except for six, do join following letters and as such Arabic script is similar to cursive English where letters get connected.
Recently, the demand for Arabic language speakers and translators has risen considerably, and according to many foreign-language colleges and universities, students of Arabic are now at record numbers.
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London Arabic Language School
Arabic Language Made Easy!