Did you know Arabic is one of the official languages of the United Nations (UN)? Learning Arabic is an excellent way to boost your professional and business opportunities worldwide, especially in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Arabic is spoken by half a billion people worldwide, mainly in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Whether you are a past student of Arabic or you’re someone curious about the Arabic language and our course offerings, GIL’s community is the right place to begin conversations.
How to use GIL Community
Learning takes place better when it happens in groups, even online! Our community is the perfect place for students to turn in their work and have it evaluated by peers or other teachers. It is also great for connecting with other students so that one can practice Arabic with fellow learners.
Most of our members use our community to receive explanations from teachers and other students, or engage in healthy discussions about different interest areas. Our community is classified into interests such as Arabic, Culture, Art, Music, Society, Business, Literature, Cuisine, and Travel and Tourism.
GIL Community is free to join and use, and it is an excellent avenue for you to observe how Arabic learners interact with each other. Please note, at the moment, GIL Community requires an invitation. If you are not yet a part of the GIL community, you can still read others’ conversations and discussions, which helps you in experiential and observational learning.
Before you receive an invitation to join the GIL community, we encourage you to download GIL-VR or register for one of our online courses. You may also choose to purchase live lessons with our language trainers.