Material :

Kullu Tamam | Kalimni ‘Arabi Bishwees | Al-Kitaab
دورة اللغة العربية للأجانب

About ILCC Center for Languages and Translation

We at ILCC Sharm work based in our wide experience in Sharm El Sheikh and related to the local environment as a major touristic destination in Egypt and as we are located in the market among our customers we have a deep understanding for our market and customer needs, and as languages is the communication and career improvement tool we provide all courses matching with that need and goals

Our teaching methodology are based in the following cores (talking, listening, reading and writing and conversations).

Our language courses are designed to develop the students’ participation. Our teaching methodology is based on the following cores; talking, listening, reading, writing and conversation. To this end, they are limited to 10 students per class. Workshops, seminars and numerous activities organized by the school, will allow you an enjoyable and relaxing access into the language you are interested in.


Talking, Listening

القراءة والكتابة

Reading and Writing



Material For: Arabic language course for foreigners

Kullu Tamam | Kalimni 'Arabi Bishwees | Al-Kitaab

The linguistic situation in the Arab world is characterized by what is often called diglossia, which means that there are two varieties of the Arabic language in use side by side. There is a “high” variety, called Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) and there are “low” varieties, mostly referred to as local dialects or colloquial.  Whereas MSA does not vary significantly from place to place, the dialects offer a different picture: they differ considerably from region to region and are sometimes mutually incomprehensible. MSA is nobody’s mother tongue, has to be learned at school, and is used mainly by the educated for writing purposes and for public speaking. The local dialect, on the other hand is the speaker’s first language for the Arab, and is used for all purposes in daily life.

Starting with the colloquial offers another advantage when it comes to classroom teaching. The student can be confronted with the new language in situations taken from real life, which makes teaching and learning much more attractive.

Material: KulluTamam (The American University in Cairo)

(Arabic Colloquial – Egyptian spoken Arabic – Cairo Dialect)

  • 2 Beginner courses (including practical lessons)
  • 2 Elementary courses (including practical lessons)
  • 2 Intermediate courses (including practical lessons)

Material: Kalimni ‘ArabiBishwees(The American University in Cairo)

  • 3 Beginner courses

Material: Kallimni ‘Arabi(The American University in Cairo)

  • 4 Intermediate courses

Material: Kallimni ‘ArabiAktar(The American University in Cairo)

  • 3 Upper-Intermediate courses

Modern Standard Arabic (MSA)

Material: Al-KitaabfiiTa’allum al-‘Arabiyya (Georgetown University Press

                Washington DC) Levels – open (available upon request)

Overview: Al Kitaab (second edition) retains all of the features of the first edition in a slightly revised format and adds some new features as well. Each chapter devotes attention to all skills, listening, reading, writing, speaking and culture, using the basic building blocks of vocabulary and grammar in the format of drills and activities. Many drills are designated as either in-class exercises or homework, and those without designation work well either way. Activities are meant to provide a more open-ended space in which students can push themselves to create with Arabic in speaking and writing, and to comprehend texts slightly beyond their current level in reading and listening.

Teaching Arabic for foreigner:

  • Arabic language is a very rich language as it is used in many countries and different areas in the Arab world leading to have two types of Arabic Language (Modern Standard language) MSA which is not different from place to place or from region to region as it is Quran language it didn’t change and will not change except addition of some new words for the contempt subjects such as technology and technical subjects added by  the (Arabic Language forum) it is used widely in all the governmental firms in most of the Arabic countries also in education and newspapers


Second – normal life language which is several languages and accents and it is different from country to other, region to other within same Arab country which are spoken in Normal life in streets,markets, business firms and else 

Egyptian dialect learning in the ILCC SHARM center is simulation to normal life based in real life situations which gives the course strength and vitality  ============================================== 


Material studied is KulluTamam By (The American University in Cairo) publishing house (Arabic dialect – Egyptian dialect – Cairo accent) 

  • 3 Beginner level courses (Including live classes may be in streets or real situations outside our center). 
  • 3 Intermediate level courses (Including live classes may be in streets or real situations outside our center. 

The book is presented in Latin letters tuition and explanation in English levels include interactive lectures in market, restaurant and café 

Kallimni Arabi books series are taught also in the centre which is represented in in Arabic letters 

3rd books is Kallimni Arabi Bshweesh

3 beginner’s levels 

3 Beginner’s courses

Material: Kalimni ‘Arabi Bishwees (The American University in Cairo)

3 intermediate courses

Material: Kallimni ‘Arabi (The American University in Cairo)

4 course upper intermediate levels 


Material: Kallimni ‘Arabi Aktar (The American University in Cairo)

3 advanced courses

Material: Al-KitaabfiiTa’allum al-‘Arabiyya (Georgetown University Press

                Washington DC) – Modern Standard Arabic (MSA)

Levels – open (available upon request)

General idea about the book:

Al Kitaab (Second edition) is used mainly to support and empower language skills, each chapter in the book is applying all skills of reading, writing, speaking and also learning Arabic culture using main components, vocabulary, grammar and also many exercises and related activities to be used in class or homework leaving wide scope for self-support leading the student to increase his knowledge rhythm by himself.