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Arabic Trial Lesson
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- Open SPACE 2023
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- Date & time
- 10Jun 2023 (Sat)15:45 - 16:45
- 🔷【In-person】: Room 314,3/F, Admiralty Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Admiralty 🔷【Online】: HKU SPACE YouTube Channel
Mr. Ammar Saleh
Mr. Saleh is a native speaker of the Arabic language and has gained years of teaching experience. Having completed his master studies in the field of education, he is well-acquainted with different teaching methodologies.
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The Arabic language holds immense significance as a gateway to over 20 countries located in the Arabian Peninsula, the Middle East, and North Africa. Not only will you be fascinated by Its unique language system distinct from languages like English and Chinese, but you can also expand your travel horizons by learning the language and gain a deeper understanding of the cultures in the Middle East and Africa. Furthermore, with increasing China-Arab cooperation, such as One Belt One Road, learning Arabic can offer better career prospects and business opportunities.
In addition, Arabic is the language of the Quran, the holy book of Islam, which is the first-largest religion in Arab countries. By learning Arabic, you can gain valuable insight into the beliefs and traditions of Islam, an understanding that is increasingly important in today's globalized world.
If you have an interest in Arabic language and culture, seize the opportunity to learn the basics in our interactive trial lesson now! Our experienced and native teacher will provide an engaging experience. This will allow you to explore the vibrant world of Arabic culture while building a strong foundation in the language.
Language: English and Arabic
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