Egyptian Colloquial Arabic
The aim of this level is to enable students to:
- Use Egyptian colloquial when they are introducing themselves and
acquainted with others.
- Learn the alphabet as a step toward reading short
sentences (to be able to
read the names of the streets and jobs).
The aim of this level is to enable students to use Egyptian Colloquial
in daily life for example:
- In a taxi.
- In a pharmacy.
- In a clinic.
- On a trip.
- To tell the time.
- To buy a newspaper or a magazine.
- To go shopping.
At the end of this level, students will be more confident when using
Arabic in a variety of situations for example:
- Buying cinema or theater tickets.
- Booking a room in a hotel.
- Using means of transportation.
- Making bank transactions.
- Buying office supplies from a library,
- Making job interviews.
- Reporting a problem to the police.
At the end of this level, students should be able to:
- Describe the appearance and the behavior of different people.
- Describe places and clothes.
- Give his opinion about things (which he likes or dislike does not
In this level, students learn to:
- Describe a personal experience.
- Give his opinion about a certain event.
- Be familiar with expressions used in a various situations.
- Be familiar with compound sentences.
- Be familiar with meanings of the body gestures in the Egyptian
In this level, student will be able to:
- Discuss the cultural foundations of the Arabic language, being
familiar with Arabic
proverbs and most common expressions.
- Be familiar with many famous artists, politicians, elites,
scientists, and sportsmen
in Egypt (both historical and contemporary figures).
- Discuss the characteristics of important cultural sites in Egypt.