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Learn Arabic with Saifi Institute in Beruit Lebanon

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Saifi Institute for Arabic Language was established by Rana Dirani in January of 2008 in one room with one teacher. Rana, who has been teaching Arabic since 2000, and doing mental planning for Saifi since at least 2005, decided to start her own school with the help and inspiration of her husband Mac McClenahan. In August 2010 Saifi expanded into is current location in Gemayze and is now the largest Arabic language school in Lebanon.

Saifi Institute for Arabic Language was created to fill a gap in Arabic instruction left by formal (Modern Standard) Arabic courses and curriculum: the need to understand and communicate in the spoken form of Arabic most commonly used by Arabs in their homes, businesses and amongst friends.

Saifi Institute's Urban Arabic curriculum is the culmination of this effort, based on the input of thousands of students and years of hard work. It focuses on the Arabic Lebanese (and Syrians, and Palestinians) use in daily life. Whether ordering food, negotiating prices, reading the news or hosting business meetings, our curriculum will teach you what you need to know to communicate effectively. Urban Arabic is a comprehensive and systematic approach to spoken Arabic for the absolute beginner to the Arab ex-patriot brushing up on their skills.

Urban Arabic uses both Arabic script (عربي) and the "Arabic chat alphabet" (3arabi).

BEGINNER TO ADVANCED LEVELS

STUDENT CENTERED CURRICULUM

COMPLETE URBAN ARABIC DICTIONARY

COMPREHENSIVE URBAN ARABIC GRAMMAR 

Additional Info

  • Address

  • Country: Lebanon
  • Address: Saifi Urban Gardens Building 1, 1st floor Behind "Coral" gas station and "Loge" nightclub Gemayze – Pasteur street
  • City: Beruit
  • Latitude: 33.896058
  • Longitude: 35.516432
  • Contact

  • TelNo: +961 (0)1 560738
  • Type: Private School
  • Email:
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Saifi Arabic

Saifi Institute's Urban Arabic curriculum is the culmination of this effort, based on the input of thousands of students and years of hard work. It focuses on the Arabic Lebanese (and Syrians, and Palestinians) use in daily life.

www.saifiarabic.com/