There are a lot of Germans living in Egypt. Many of them are facing problems in their everyday life as they don’t speak Arabic well. Some peopledo not feel comfortablein going out on their own or are forced to pay unreasonably amounts of moneywhenever buying something. We at DFA offer courses for Egyptian Colloquial Arabic to enable Germans to express themselves in Arabic and to talk to people on the street.
Would you like to be able finally to read the countless street signs? Then you’ve come to the right place! Put an end to the eternal search for English-speaking Egyptians! Stop the eternal taxi rides because you do not understand complicated underground signs and maps! In our Arabic course, the everyday language has the highest importance.
Our goal is help you speak in a very short time in generalbasic topics.
In addition, we alsooffer an introductory course to life in Egypt, so you can feel at home here soon.
DFA is a German language institute. As a native speaking team, we have set ourselves the goal of offering language assistance to those who want to master the German language and to help them get a closer look at the German culture.We aim not only to help people to speak fluent German but to understand, think and live the German language and culture.Our strategy is built upon innovation and the most up to date techniques in language teaching.
Since November 2012, we offer German courses at a high level for interested students. Our team consists of highly qualified and motivated native- speaking german teachers who guarantee first-class education. We offer general courses for beginners, conversation courses and special courses for doctors and engineers in German. Our motto is “Get to know Germany closer”. Our idea is to help you learn about the German language and culture by watching movies and songs. We don’t want to convey information from dusty-books, but the living, spoken german language. For this reason, idioms and colloquial language is an integral part of our teaching strategy.See all DFA Egypt courses