ARAB 3101: Intermediate Arabic I

5 Credits

This course is designed for students who have successfully completed two semesters of intensive Beginner Modern Standard Arabic. Like its prequels, Intermediate Arabic I focuses on the equal development of the fundamental skills of speaking, writing, reading, and listening in Modern Standard Arabic. This course is designed as a communicative and interactive learning environment, with a strong emphasis on practice. Presentations, oral interaction and writing samples are expected to become lengthier and more intricate. Students study increasingly complex grammar through engagement with authentic oral, print and digital texts. prereq: pass in Arab 1102/4102 or equivalent experience as assessed through a placement test.

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