Arabic Language


“Welcome – أهلاً وسهلاً” 

Arabic language  ranks sixth in the world’s league table of languages, with an estimated 250 million native speakers in 22 countries. As the language of the Qur’an, the holy book of Islam, it is also widely used throughout the Muslim world. It belongs to the Semitic group of languages, which also includes Hebrew and Amharic, the main language of Ethiopia. It is one of the oldest languages in the world as it is the root of many languages.

Arabic is the official language of Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Western Sahara, and Yemen as well as one of the six official languages of the United Nations. In addition, it is widely spoken in countries such as Somalia and is the language of the holy writings of Muslims throughout the world.

Mainly there are three distinct forms in Arabic dialects namely Classical or Qur’anical Arabic, Formal or Modern Standard Arabic, and Spoken or Colloquial Arabic.

Classical Arabic – the language of the Qur’an – was originally the dialect of Mecca in what now Saudi Arabia is. This form is primarily learned for reading and reciting Islamic religious texts. An adapted form of this, known as Modern Standard Arabic, is used as a universal form of the language that can be understood by all and is commonly used in radio and TV news, broadcasts, films, plays, poetry, and conversation between Arabic-speaking people of different dialects including in international conferences. This formal or modern Standard Arabic is the official language of today’s Arabic world.

In order to understand the relationship between Modern Standard Arabic and Spoken Arabic which is the third form, it is important to understand the concept of ‘diglossia’. Charles Ferguson, the scholar who coined the term, says that diglossia (literally meaning “two tongues”) conveys a situation where, in addition to the primary dialects of a language, there is a highly codified form which is the vehicle of a large and respected body of literature. While Modern Standard Arabic is the definitive form of written Arabic there are many spoken Arabic dialects that vary from region to region in such a way that a Moroccan or Egyptian might have difficulty in understanding an Iraqi, even though they speak the same language.

Today, it is important to note that Arabic speakers are in greater demand than ever before. The U.S. State Department has named Arabic as a “critical language,” creating scholarships for language study in the U.S. and overseas. Every part of the world focuses on Arabian countries especially the new emerging ones as it has become a land of booming economy and new opportunities, which upholds the importance of Arabic speakers today.

It is to inform you that our way of teaching language in Langma is simple and funny. The program is structured to get you speaking in Arabic as quickly as possible (this is called the communicative method). You would be able to master the language if you complete the course in the manner prescribed in the course outline and the way in which our professional trainers advise and train you.

The Arabic program for beginners at Langma is structured at three levels namely elementary, intermediary, and advanced. Each includes two sublevels and all sublevels are divided into three categories, such as grammar, vocabulary, listening, speaking, and writing.

Here, we are pleased to give you a brief preview of what the Arabic language program entails at Langma.

Duration Levels Timings Areas Cover
72 hrs Elementary Level
A1 – 36 hrs
A2 – 36 hrs
7A.M. – 8P.M.
Weekdays & Weekends
72 hrs Intermediate Level
B1 – 36 hrs
B2 – 36 hrs
7A.M. – 8P.M.
Weekdays & Weekends
72 hrs Advanced Level
C1 – 36 hrs
C2 – 36 hrs
7A.M. – 8P.M.
Weekdays & Weekends
At each level, we provide study materials that include an 8GB pen drive and a one-time dictionary .
After the completion of each level, a written exam will be taken.
They are 3 levels in total with each level being 72 hours long.
PS. Placement available after Passing C2 Level.

Elementary Level (A1)

Here, you would be learning the fundamentals of Arabic language including alphabets, shapes of letters, vowels, pronouns, prepositions, and sentence particles. This level also gives you a strong foundation by teaching common vocabularies like numbers, days, colors, relations, foods, dresses and so on. To improve your verbal skills, it of course deals with basic common expressions.

Elementary Level (A2)

Here, you would be learning the fundamentals of Arabic language including alphabets, shapes of letters, vowels, pronouns, prepositions, and sentence particles. This level also gives you a strong foundation by teaching common vocabularies like numbers, days, colors, relations, foods, dresses and so on. To improve your verbal skills, it of course deals with basic common expressions.

Intermediate Level (B1)

This level makes you a master of the basic grammar of Arabic language. In this level, you would be learning a variety of creative sentence-making including conditional sentences, grammatical parts of numbers, strong and weak verbs, conjugations of verbs, and a conjugation of doer noun and objective noun. As part of vocabulary, this level gives you the terms of nouns of animals, birds, parts of human body, institutions, nature, weather, languages, countries and currencies. Of course, the focus of common conversation here would be in areas of textiles and grocery.

Intermediate Level (B2)

This level is intended to prepare you to achieve mastery over the grammar section or portion of the language. That gives you the lessons of particles of exception, comparative and superlative usages, exclamatory sentences, substitutions and so on. It also focuses to prepare you to read short stories, poems and songs of this rich language. The vocabulary part looks into the terms related to professional world and in special job-related fields plus home appliances and essentials. Special spoken Arabic classes focus more on the conversations of day-to-day professional life.

Advance level (C1)

As the term implies, this level makes you a-pro in this language. Arriving at this level beautifies your language and writing skills. It moulds the learner into a professional writer of the language. The practice classes of the session focusing on listening audio-video clips, on speaking over the phone, and on writing essays on topics and news-making will increase the creativity of the learner. Here, you will be familiar with vocabularies of technical products, medical prescriptions, sports, and politics. Level C1 also entails office-and tourism-related conversation that are a center of attraction at this level.

Advance level (C2)

This level makes you an advanced professional of Arabic language. You will study here how to create resumes or CVs and other documents. If you complete the session, you will study how an application form can be filled, how a data can be searched on the internet and so on. Listening to conversations, interviews, and speeches, as structured in this level, would make you a prolific language legend.

10 Benefit to join Langma School of Languages.


  1. Langma follows a complete modern approach in delivering working knowledge of modern Arabic language which is used in Arab world at present.
  2. Langma structured the course in a way which is fit for attaining professional need of the day through Arabic language without losing the benefit of traditional Qura’nic language.
  3. Langma has well experienced and trained faculties of Arabic language.
  4. It is the beauty that Langma has both native and Indian trainers who are professionally fit.
  5. At Langma, we use communicative method to teach spoken Arabic.
  6. At Langma, we teach Arabic with a focus on understanding the culture behind the language. That comes from a perspective that learning Arabic will give more global and intercultural understanding.
  7. At Langma, we designed Arabic course tailored with the demand of the time in a way by which a learner would be able to excel in Arabic used in journalism, trade, industry, education, finance and banking, translation and interpretation, consulting, foreign service and many other areas.
  8. Langma School of languages has been a conspicuous name, a trust and an actualized ideal to many for years now as a best place for learning Arabic language at Delhi, the capital city of India.
  9. Langma School of Languages provides an effective and supportive learning environment for Arabic language with smart classes.
  10. At Langma the learner experiences the local varieties of dialects of Arabic language as our faculties pay more attention at the same.

Learn Arabic online at any time from anywhere in the world.

Langma offers Arabic language online as it is understood the need of our time having huge response for learning at our center. When you experience our online teaching your world of Arabic language becomes bigger, richer and more interesting. Because  we have a easy, inspiring and effective online teaching way.  Apart from the online class, using chat, video conferencing, phone calls, email, social media, bulletin boards, and more, you’ll stay connected with fellow students and faculty, building personal networks along the way.

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