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Description: Modern Standard Arabic (MSA; Arabic: اللغة العربية الفصحى‎), Standard Arabic, or Literary Arabic is the standard and literary variety of Arabic used in writing and in most formal speech. The modern standard language is based on the Classical language. This course is a Arabic(MSA/MWA) basic-level language program developed by the Foreign Service Institute (FSI). The course has been used for over thirty years by United States government diplomats and officers for learning the Arabic language. Other popular language programs (including Rosetta Stone and Pimsleur) rely heavily on the methods pioneered in this exclusive course. The course contains over 23 hours of educational audio and 9 hrs Arabic writing youtube with Student text (download-able). The program is designed to help students reach a level of proficiency which will enable them to participate effectively in most formal and informal. The reference manual has 1,370 pages of exercises and drills that supplement the audio portion of the course. Learning G+ Hangouts, assignments, meetups & Media streaming. 12-16 University credits from NYU-SCPS program @ $120/4 units. #Arabic #Modern #Standard #writing #learning #Language #course #study #speaking
Resources: OpenCourseware from Defense Language Institute, Foreign Service Institute, MIT, UC Berkeley, Stanford along with many of the World's finest University's.
Language: English
Professors: Rick Ho, Default Professor, sierra Williams, Andres Solis, Bich Luan, John Kountouris, Michael Williams
Units: 124
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