Arabic Language Courses


Our Arabic Language courses are designed to develop your Arabic reading, writing and grammar skills using the renowned Gateway to Arabic and Madinah Book Series of Arabic Language Learning for speakers of other languages.

Shaykh Muhammad Al Maliki speaks about the importance of learning Arabic in the short video clip below. Please click on the titles below the video to see a description of each stage and module that we deliver at Croydon ICT.

REGISTRATION: To register for the Feb – April 2016 semester, please email admin@croydonict.com stating the level you wish to learn, your contact number and whether you prefer a weekday evening or weekend afternoon class.

Closing date for registrations is Friday 29th January 2016.
Lessons will commence on Monday 1st Feburary 2016 Insha’Allaah.

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Starters Arabic

Learn the Arabic Alphabet and how to read and write Arabic characters using Gateway to Arabic. Suitable for complete beginners who have no experience or little experience with Arabic.

With its wealth of practice materials, Gateway to Arabic Book One teaches the skills necessary for reading and writing the language.

By the end of the course students will be able to recognise and write the letters of the alphabet in Arabic, join letters of the alphabet to make words, sound out letters and basic words in arabic, learn a few Arabic phrases and words and read verses from the Quran

When Students have finished they can progress to Beginners Module 1.
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Beginners Module 1

Learn to read, understand, speak and write Arabic on this engaging course. Based on lessons 1 – 12 of the Medinah Book 1 series.

This course will introduce you to simple sentences, enable you to converse in basic situations and introduce you to the written form of the language.

By the end of the course you should be able to make simple statements and ask basic questions, understand simple instructions and describe objects.

When students have finished they can progress to Beginners Module 2.
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Beginners Module 2

Learn to read, understand, speak and write Arabic on this engaging course. Students complete lessons 12 – 23 of the Medinah Arabic Course Book 1.

This course aims to enable students to understand Arabic and start to communicate in various situations, use numbers, express how much and how many and write simple sentences.

When students have finished they can progress to Intermediate Module 1.
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Intermediate Module 1

Improve your Arabic and develop speaking, listening, reading and writing skills using the Medinah Arabic Course Book 2, lessons 1 – 10. You should have completed Medinah Arabic Course Book 1 or have an equivalent level (minimum of 40 hours of previous Arabic Studies)

The course aims to enable students to understand Arabic, converse in everyday situations using Arabic and to communicate in writing.

When students have finished they can progress to Intermediate Module 2.
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Intermediate Module 2

Continue to improve your Arabic and develop speaking, listening, reading and writing skills using the Medinah Univeristy Arabic Course Book 2, lessons 11 – 20. You should have completed Intermediate Module 1 or have an equivalent level.

The course aims to enable students to understand Arabic, converse in everyday situations using Arabic and to communicate in writing.

When students have finished they can progress to Intermediate Module 3.
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Intermediate Module 3

Continue to improve your Arabic and develop speaking, listening, reading and writing skills using the Medinah Univeristy Arabic Course Book 2, lessons 21 -31. You should have completed Intermediate Module 2 or have an equivalent level.

The course aims to enable students to understand Arabic, converse in everyday situations using Arabic and to communicate in writing.

When students have finished they can progress to Advanced Module 1.
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Advanced Module 1

Continue to improve your Arabic and develop speaking, listening, reading and writing skills using the Medinah Arabic Course Book 3, lessons 1 – 15. You should have completed Intermediate Module 3 or have an equivalent level.

The course aims to enable students to understand Arabic, converse in everyday situations using Arabic and to communicate in writing.
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