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Levantine Colloquial Arabic II

ARA 306

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Semester two of a year-long introduction to Levantine Colloquial Arabic, also known as the "Shami" dialect. Designed for speakers of Arabic as a second language, this course trains students to use their Levantine colloquial skills, gained during the first semester of this course, to discuss a variety of topics, including but not limited to: politics, religion, culture, history, and education. In addition to the materials in the textbooks, students will watch and/or listen to excerpts from Syrian, Lebanese, and Jordanian television, radio, films, music, and theater in order to promote/deepen their understanding of Levantine and Arab culture.
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Section C01