[Starting November 21: online available] Intensive Arabic Class for beginners

Content title: [Starting November 21: online available] Intensive Arabic Class for beginners

Arabic is one of the official languages ​​of the United Nations, is the official language of 23 countries, and is the common language of Muslim intellectuals worldwide. For those who want to learn Arabic, we have prepared Intensive Arabic Class for beginners. You will study all ten classes for beginners at a pace of 2 classes per day. (End December 19)

Let’s begin with reading and pronouncing Arabic letters and have elementary daily conversations (self-introduction, greetings, etc.). In addition to printing, we will use illustrations and picture books to make clearly understandable the lessons. Let’s enjoy learning Arabic together.

Instructor: Reem Ahmad (Ph.D.)
Obtained masters and a doctoral degree from Sophia University (Global Studies – Area Studies). Having experienced as a lecturer at Cairo University (Egypt/On leave)an Arabic instructor at the Egyptian Embassy in Japan, Aoyama NHK Culture Center, and Language and Culture Research Institute, Takushoku University.

2008-2012: NHK Educational “Arabic on TV.”
2011-2017: The Open University of Japan “Introductory Arabic.”

Eligibility for Participation
Your gender, nationality, and religion do not matter as long as you can understand the lessons in Japanese. Parents and children can also participate from the first grade of elementary school and above.

Schedule: Starts November 21 (Sun), 13:00 ~ 16:30 (30 min. break)

Nov 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12 & 19 (Total 10 lessons/2 lessons per day)

* Depending on the circumstances, such as events and ceremonies, we may ask you to move the classroom within Tokyo Camii. Please note.
* If you are in a distant place or want to avoid outings, you can take the course online (Zoom).

If you would like to participate, please contact us via Application Form.

Questions & inquiries (if any): Feel free to contact us via “Contact us” page of Tokyo Camii’s website, or mail to: activity@tokyocamii.org