In addition to offering the Free Arabic course in Dubai for the sixth year running, Eton Institute will be hosting the Free Arabic course in Abu Dhabi for the first time at its newest branch near Sheikh Khalifa Park.
One of the oldest and most borrowed from languages in the world, Arabic can be one of the most rewarding languages to learn. A majority of the world’s popular languages have Arabic roots, one example being Spanish. Being able to communicate in Arabic in the Gulf region can give you a definite edge professionally and can help you interact more effectively.
Eton Institute, the largest language training and professional development centre in the UAE, is offering a free Arabic language course in Abu Dhabi and Dubai this month to familiarise the community with the culture, etiquette and the rich, centuries old traditions and literature that Arabic embodies.
Boasting some of the world’s most beautiful architecture, art, calligraphy, and literature, Arabic is one of the most interesting languages to learn. Learn how to interpret the amazingly magical work of Arabic artists and calligraphy masters or converse with the locals while living or visiting an Arab country.
“Every year the response for the free Arabic course has been amazing. That is why we have decided to extend it to Abu Dhabi this year as well. Arabic has contributed so much to the world’s history, heritage, architecture, literature and science. It’s almost in everything we see and is closely rooted to most of the languages we speak without even knowing it. It has contributed tremendously to understanding and developing science and in the business world. It goes to show how beneficial it would be for anyone to learn Arabic not just for personal reasons but also for professional reasons. Did you know that the English words, coffee and algebra originated from Arabic? The culture and the language have so much to offer.” stated Moaz Khan, Marketing Manager, Eton Institute.
The free Arabic course will run in Abu Dhabi from 23rd July to 15th August, Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30pm to 7pm and in Dubai from 24th of July to the 14th August, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, from 3:30pm to 5pm. Limited seats are available and will be filled on a first come first served basis. Registration details will be announced exclusively on Eton Institute’s Facebook and Twitter community pages to its followers. Join Eton Institute on Facebook or Twitter and watch out for the announcement.