ILI Blog List
Studying Arabic abroad
25 Feb, 2014
Do you know that Arabic is the 5th most spoken language in the world? Do you know that over 450 million people speak Arabic as their native language and around 1 billion Muslim who also speak Arabic? If you choose of be monolingual and speak only your mother tongue language, you will surely miss a lot of knowledge to know, new people to communicate with.
Learn Arabic in Egypt
19 Feb, 2014
Arabic in Egypt is known by the name of Egyptian colloquial Arabic, which refers to the spoken language of the Egyptian people. It is also referred to by the Egyptian dialect. However, Egyptians still use Classical Arabic or a modernized form named Standard Arabic in the official documents, newspaper, correspondences and formal situations.
Learn Arabic language at IH Cairo
12 Feb, 2014
We offer our students the opportunity to learn Arabic language while he/ she is staying in his/ her own country, in front of his/ her P.C. through our programs to learn Arabic online. Our online courses are live 24 hours. The course takes over 6 weeks, two lessons of two hours each week. When you learn Arabic online, you will have access to interactive on-line materials.
Arabic history, famous people and quotations
09 Feb, 2014
Arabic language is one of the mostly common spoken languages. In fact Arabic is the 5th common language in the world. Around 300 million people speak Arabic around the globe. Classical Arabic is the language of the Quran, which is the sacred book of Muslims around the world.
Facts about the Arabic Language
06 Feb, 2014
Arabic language is one of the mostly common spoken languages. In fact Arabic is the 5th common language in the world. Around 300 million people speak Arabic around the globe. Classical Arabic is the language of the Quran, which is the sacred book of Muslims around the world. There are a lot of facts and information about the Arabic language that are going to be explained in the coming lines.
Learning Arabic Language
05 Feb, 2014
Language is essential to communicate with each other; through language we are able to interact with the people around us. We share our feelings, our wishes, our fears, our dreams and even we quarrel using language. If you choose to be a monolingual, that is to speak only your mother tongue language, you will surely lose a lot of communication chances with new people. Learning new languages exposes you to new cultures, new way of thinking, different civilizations.
Students are steadily returning as security improves in Cairo.
05 Sep, 2013
Some three weeks ago our new government declared a state of emergency and imposed a curfew. None of us living here were very happy about this, but we understood that once and for all, safety and security had to be sorted out.