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Various local dialects make up the spoken language of Arabic speakers. Differences between them, though, are slight, and generally speakers of different regional dialects are able to understand each other with little trouble. Because the majority of Arabic movies and songs are produced in Egypt, the most popular of these varied tongues might be colloquial Egyptian Arabic. Expand your worldview (or your career opportunities) by enrolling in this introduction to the Arabic alphabet and script, which focuses on developing basic communication skills in colloquial Egyptian Arabic. Topics include social customs such as greetings and hospitality, weather and seasons, colors and clothing, time and locations.

Course Number: LAAR-40000
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)