ECA / MSA - 4-weeks course

  • Survival Arabic Courses

    Egyptian Colloquial Arabic is the spoken language that is used in verbal everyday communication by Egyptians. If you have arrived recently to Cairo, either for work, study or living, you will definitely need to communicate with local Egyptians using the Egyptian Colloquial Arabic Language. If you do not have long time to study the language and you need now to survive and be able to run your life's activities,...

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  • ECA - 4-week course

    Egyptian Colloquial Arabic or( Aameya) is the most widely understood dialect of Arabic in the Middle East. With our communicative approach, and our focus on small classes, students can quickly progress through our levels to a point where they can really begin start speaking. Classes are held daily from Sunday to Thursday, from 9.00 a.m. -11.00 a.m.

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  • MSA - 4 week course

    Modern Standard Arabic or ( 'Fus'ha') is used in the educated conversations and the media. The course will enable you to develop your reading, writing, listening and speaking. As you progress, you will be able to discuss cultural and current affairs in the Middle East, also you are going to be able to understand the radio and television programs , read newspapers and Arabic literature (including Islamic texts). Classes are held daily from Sunday to Thursday, from 11.30am -2.30pm.

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  • Combined - 4 week course

    Combined ECA and MSA courses are scheduled so that it is possible for students to study both ECA and MSA simultaneously, which is of particular interest to the many committed students that we serve. Doing the two courses together not only gives you a balance between speaking , reading and writing, but also means you are a full-time student, putting 5 hours of tuition a day for 5 days a week.

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"If you want to learn the Arabic language seriously, visit ILI!" Seriously, this was by far the best course I have ever attended, and I have experience with different schools. I am finally fit in Arabic grammar and that's a really big success for me. A big compliment to Wisam, my teacher, her teaching style could not be better. I look forward to continue my training in Arabic language at ILI next year, if I find time to do that. The institute ILI is well equipped and well organized. I can't find a point of criticism. Compliments to all the staff at ILI, they all do a very good job!

Karl Koenig - Austria