Tangier Institute offers Arabic language courses for non-native speakers with the help of qualified teachers, passionate but mostly happy to revive the language.
Learning Arabic in morocco in all its forms requires patience and motivation: our team will help you fulfill your studies. Arabic courses for beginners as well as more advanced…
The management team of the Tangier institute asks Allah to assist in this project and allow them to make the right choices.
Imam Shatibi said: "Certainly this blessed law (shari'a) is in Arabic. And there is no place inside it for a foreign language.... So the one who wants its understanding, he must head towards the Arabic language therefore he will understand its content»
Richness of vocabulary and rhetorical figures of Arabic are among its finest attractions. Ibn Khalawayh indicates that the Arabs have 500 names for the word "lion" and 200 names for the snake. Some linguists agree that these names are identical, but the strongest opinion is the one that supports that there are nuances from a word to another, and those two terms does not mean exactly the same thing.
"It is said that the great poet and blind eleventh century linguist, Abul-Ala al-Maary hit in the souk one of the princes at the court of Ibn Saleh Mirdas the autonomous sovereign of northern Syria. The prince lost its noble character, especially because the poet was poor, and the poor poets are not supposed to rub shoulders with the rich nobility! This prince treated then the poet of "ignorant dog." Abul-Ala immediately replied: "The dog among us is the one who doesn’t know the seventy names to designate the dog! »Of course, the prince and half of the linguists of the Court could not remember so many names. Later, in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, when the preservation of the language has become an obligation, the seventy names were registered. They were not quite synonymous, because they do not mean quite "dog", rather, they describe the conditions of a dog, a furious dog had a different name than a happy dog, the dog that had an ear up and one down has a different name from the one that had both ears up or both ears to the bottom. Whatever is true for the dog is true for most other creatures. Nowadays the seven most famous names of the lion are taught to children in schools throughout the Arab world: "" Laith "," Sab ""Assad", "Qaswarah", "Ghadanfar", "Dirgham", "Osama" ...
Pedagogy and methodology
Arabic Language for non-native speakers
we will not offer intensive summer courses this year 2013 they will be offered next summer 2014