Arabic Language Classes

In addition to classes in Fanar (Qatar Islamic Cultural Center), there are Arabic Language Classes for Non-Arabic Speakers offered by Qatar Guest Center. The class is from 6 June 2010 until 6 August 2010 for 200QR charge.

Level One, for Gents, in Head Office, Sunday & Wed, 8pm-9pm

Level Two, for Gents, in Head Office, Mon & Thurs, 8pm-9pm

Level One, for Children, in Head Office, Sun & Wed, 6:20pm-7:20pm

Level Two, for Children, in Head Office, Mon & Thurs, 6:20pm-7:20pm

Level One, for Ladies, in Ladies Section, Sun & Wed, 4:30pm-5:30pm

Level Two, for Ladies, in Ladies Section, Mon & Thurs, 4:30pm-5:30pm

For more information: 6054182, 4862397, 4863190,

Source: Advertisement in Gulf Times, end of May 2010


One thought on “Arabic Language Classes”

  1. Arabic is important because most of the religious transcripts are in Arabic. At the time of independence Arabic was proposed as a national language in Pakistan I think this would have been a very good decision as language is one of the barriers among Muslim counties. On the other hand if we see Arabic parallel to English and other international languages a lot of research needs to be done.

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