IELTS Preparation

These Arabic Courses for non-native speakers are designed for Expat population of United Arab Emirates.  This course is designed seeing in mind the need to use this national language in anyone’s day-to-day personal and business life. This course gives more emphasis on spoken Arabic with an inclination towards local dialect to enable the students to speak with locals and understand their colloquial usage of the language.

Course Features

  • Flexible Timings
  • Peronalised Attention
  • Interactive Session
  • Mock test
  • Well Qualified & Experienced Teachers
  • Role plays/ Group Discussions

Course Benefits

  • Learn to communicate with Arabs
  • Understand of local culture
  • Understand the diverse culture of Arabs
  • Learn to read Arabic
  • Learn to speak Arabic
  • Learn to write Arabic
  • Learn to use day to day phrases

Course Duration

  • 30 Hours

About the test

IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. It is a computer-based test designed to measure knowledge of English. IELTS measures the ability of nonnative speakers of English to use and understand English as it is used in college and university settings. Almost all international students whose native language is not English need to provide IELTS (International English Language testing System) score as proof of English proficiency for university study.  Scores on the test are required by most of the two- and four-year colleges and universities, professional schools, and sponsoring institutions. Universities in other English-speaking countries may also ask you to take the test. The IELTS is taken annually by well over 800,000 candidates, and is thus also the most widely used international test of English.

The test is offered on computer throughout most regions of the world. In areas where access to computer-based testing is limited, a supplemental paper-and-pencil version of the test is administered.

After finishing the test, examinees can view their unofficial test scores on the Listening and Reading sections. Because the essay will not yet have been read and rated, examinees can see only ranges for the Structure/Writing scaled score and the total score. The scores attained on the IELTS are valid for a two-year period and are sent from the IELTS centre within 2 weeks to one month after the test date, depending on the mode of test.

Score reports are typically mailed within two weeks of testing, if the essay is composed on the computer. If the essay was handwritten, score reports are mailed about five weeks after the test date.

Course Description

Our IELTS course is designed to help students excel in the exam.  Our course is divided into four modules: Listening Comprehension, Structure, Written Expression and Reading Comprehension. It also includes extensive review in English grammar and some training for essay writing and developing listening abilities in the area of American idioms. Experienced professional teachers provide classroom instruction with care and individualized attention to each student. Frequent Computer-analyzed tests evaluates strengths and weaknesses each student and are used to help students develop a plan to enable students to score maximum marks.

The IELTS class is usually small, so teachers have a chance to give you the individual attention you need thorough preparation. In this, we concentrate on practice tests and IELTS test-taking techniques. All classes concentrate on the type of examination questions and situations encountered in the actual test. Distinguishing between the slight nuances of meaning in the language is an important part of the course.

Levels

The four course levels currently offered are as follows: (A test is conducted on the students to assess their proficiency level)

LEVEL – 1 Beginner (Transliteration)

  • Designed and constructed in simple, direct manner.
  • Uses Latin to represent Arabic alphabet.
  • Uses simple colloquial spoken Arabic.
  • Emphasis on gulf/UAE dialect.
  • Illustrations whenever possible.

 

LEVEL – 2 Elementary (Phonetics & the Arabic alphabet)

  • Introduction to the Arabic alphabet sounds.
  • Use of illustrated subjects with captions.
  • Listening to pronunciation while following the written symbols (letters).
  • Recognition of the Arabic alphabet.
  • Skill of listening for and recognizing Arabic sounds.
  • Practice writing and reading the Arabic script in the correct direction (from right to left).
  • Vocabulary development.
  • Practice the use of question particles and answers and directive prepositions.

 

LEVEL – 3 PRE–INTERMEDIATE (Simple sentence construction)

  • Recognition of the main simple Arabic sentence construction.
  • The audio involvement in sentence construction.
  • The system by which words fit in a sentence and the sequence of the content of sentence.
  • Introduction to the infinitive, the definitive particle “the”. The masculine/the feminine/the dual/ the plural person and persons.

LEVEL – 4 INTERMEDIATE (Complex sentences & Grammar)

  • Gradual introduction to grammar.
  • Types of sentences: Verbal, Nominal etc.
  • Time & place adverbs.
  • Types of vowels.
  • Dictation
  • Construction of simple essays
Dates Location
Sept 16th In House
Oct 20th In House
Nov 21st In House

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