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Arabic Level 2, Parts 1-3 (45 hours)

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45 hours

This course does not carry any credit towards a degree


By studying Arabic Level 2, you will be able to understand general and detailed information, communicate in standard speech on a range of everyday issues, be able to read printed and handwritten script on a limited number of everyday topics, be able to write simple texts using descriptive language accurately and have developed intercultural competence.

The price shown above includes the 10% discount for the level which runs over 30 consecutive weeks (45 hours). 

What does this course cover?

The courses will typically cover the following: 

Part 1 


  • Others and I
  • House and home
  • Work and routine
  • Sport and leisure
  • Cultural information
  • Simple Arabic media


  • Introducing oneself
  • Talking about one’s family and friends
  • Talking about childhood
  • Expressing feelings and attitudes
  • Describing your house, renting a house
  • Talking about preferences and giving reasons
  • Talking about leisure time and going out
  • Talking about hobbies and interests
  • Talking about work


  • Revision and consolidation of the grammar aspects introduced at level 1
  • Masculine and feminine
  • The nominal sentence
  • Question particles
  • The plural patterns
  • The idafa structure
  • Possessive pronouns
  • Present tense
  • Verbal nouns and participles

Part 2: 


  • Travel and tourism
  • Food and cooking
  • At the grocer’s
  • At the restaurant
  • Clothes and colours
  • The weather and seasons
  • Cultural information
  • Arab feasts: Ramadan and Eid
  • Simple blogs


  • Asking for directions
  • Writing a letter of complaint
  • Talking about food
  • Using means of transport
  • Talking about and expressing preference for colours and clothes
  • Giving one’s opinion


  • Review of past tense
  • Review of verb to be in the past
  • Verb forms
  • Doubled verbs
  • Relative pronouns
  • Adverbs
  • Review of verbal nouns

Part 3: 


  • Hobbies
  • Education and training
  • News and media
  • Climate and environment
  • Health and happiness: at the pharmacy
  • Arts and cinema 


  • Talking about news and broadcasting
  • Talking about the weather
  • Describing illnesses and buying medicines from the pharmacy
  • Expressing opinions about films and drama
  • Talking about possibilities
  • Talking about past habits
  • Giving advice


  • Review of ordinal numbers
  • The Imperative
  • Review of the Future tense
  • The negative
  • The Conditional
  • Must, need to, should, likely to, might

What will I achieve?

When Arabic Level 2 is complete, you will acquire basic language skills and to achieve the equivalent of A1/A2 level of the CEFR, level 1 of the RQF, equivalent of GCSE/ O-level grade A.


*The above is an indication of content that may be covered over the duration of the course but it could vary depending on the level and progress of students in the class.

Full fee£594

Alumni/Staff/UoL/KHP fee£505

King's degree student fee£416

Enrolment deadlines:

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Summer Term (June - July):

  • Enrolment for our 5 week courses: closes midnight Thursday 2 June 2022.
  • Enrolment for our 1 week intensive courses: closes midnight Thursday 30 June 2022

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