ARAB 1001: Survival Arabic

2 Credits

In this two-credit course, you will learn fundamental Arabic skills that allow you to interact successfully in Arabic with native speakers of the language, and navigate environments where Arabic is written and spoken. Topics we cover include greeting and inquiring about people; using appropriate politeness phrases; giving and following directions; ordering meals; making transactions and reservations; and getting medical care. You will also learn about Arab communities and societies and explore examples of popular culture from the Arabic-speaking world. This practice-oriented course is a great introduction to Arabic for college and high-school students, researchers, professionals, and travelers. It can be taken on its own or as a prequel to Arabic study during the academic year. This course is taught in person and has no prerequisites.

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