Salam 2

When you have finished Salam 1 (or have the equivalent knowledge of Arabic) you can move on to Salam 2. Salam 2 does not offer phonetic transcription. In its place "comic-strip" style illustrations by Mr. Helge Luthendo will help you memorize dialogues, because throughout the course the emphasis is on speaking, not reading.

Course description

40 sessions of 90 minutes (= 60 hours), which we recommend to take in four weeks, but semi intensive options are available, too. Expect to spend another three hours a day on revision and practice. The course covers the basic grammar of spoken Moroccan Arabic, using dialogues from everyday situations. Emphasis on pronunciation and intonation continues throughout this level.

You should be able to read and write Arabic script with little effort and handle your daily needs in Arabic.