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His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has directed the Ministry of Culture and Knowledge Development to launch the report, which will be the basis and an extensive study to approach the challenges of the Arabic language in a scientific way to help develop the methods of use, education and empowerment as a means of communication and knowledge acquisition.
But with Arabic categorized as one of the "super hard" languages by the US Foreign Service Institute due to its complex grammar, varied dialects and rich lexicon, are the app's "game-like lessons" enough - or even useful - for a learner?
It may be added that the university has already been conducting short duration courses, including certificate in Arabic language and diploma advance diploma in Arabic language.
Dubai: Teaching the Arabic language is still a challenge for some private institutions in Dubai, according to a recent study carried out for the academic year 2018-2019.
The conference attracted top scholars from around the world, and shed light on various topics in heritage language instruction, including assessing students on the native to non-native language spectrum, preparing instructors, the impact of literature on elementary students, teaching Arabic literature, approaches to errors and mistakes by heritage learners in the Western world, and the experiences of GU-Q's language program.
Kuwait Ambassador Jassim Alnaajem presents an Arabic calligraphy to Jawharlal Nehru University Vice Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar in New Delhi.
Dr Mohammed bin Salem al Mashani, head of the Department of Arabic Language and Literature, said that SQU celebrates World Arabic Language Day as an official event, taking cue from a number of Arabic world universities and some world's universities that recognise Arabic as a language of science and civilisation.
General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) adopted Arabic as the
With over a dozen language institutes in Dubai, Arabic continues to be the leading language course taken up by residents.- File photo
A four day training workshop for the Arabic language teachers organized by the Saudi Arabian Institute of King Abdullah Center for the Promotion of Arabic Language concluded here.