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Lars Døssing Rosenmeier - Le Danemark


Quant à mes détails personnels : nom : Lars Døssing Rosenmeier soutenu : nationalité 1982 : Le danois,

J'ai étudié avec Ahmad pendant 3 mois au printemps de 2004. Ahmad m'a aidé à étudier pour un examen en littérature arabe moderne à l'université de Copenhague. Il est un excellent professeur, extrêmement consacré et patient. Son arrangement de la langue arabe, et comment donner cet arrangement aux Étrangers est très impressionnant.
J'étais déjà habile dans les fondations de la grammaire arabe, mais il a augmenté la ma connaissance et sentir pour les structures de la langue arabe. En outre j'ai été en particulier impressionné de l'amélioration de mes capacités de prononciation et de lecture. Je suis allé de a au-dessous de la lecture moyenne à une lecture que mon professeur à l'université a décrite en tant que "creme de la creme". Après l'examen j'ai reçu la marque la plus élevée étant donné qu'année, dans grâce de partie à l'excellent enseignement de Ahmad.

Paix,
Lars


Susan Morgan - Royaume-Uni

Voici quelques lignes." comme une seule femme habitant à Damas que je ne pourrais pas avoir senti plus en sécurité pendant que chacun me traitait avec un tel bonté et respect. Al Ahmed de Ahmad est patient, professionnel et utile de chaque manière. Il est un professeur habile et était sensible à mes besoins en tant qu'étudiant. Que fait l'étude non seulement d'agréable mais de moi a laissé avoir senti un vrai sentez de l'accomplissement "

Susan
LE R-U



Anselm Ibing - Germany

I think you will find it hard to find a better, more helpful and more generous teacher than Ahmad (and I have had many Arabic teachers!).
He is, apart from his excellent teaching qualities, a unique and interesting man with whom I very much enjoyed to spend my time.
He gave me a fast and deep insight into the secrets and mysteries of Arabic grammar and I was frequently astounded by is in-depth and specific knowledge of certain rules or individual words even.
Apart from all this he is one of the most honest people I've ever met and although I put him through an unnecessary and unusually huge amount of trouble, I am glad to be able to say: we're (still) great friends.
Thank you Ahmad


Anselm Ibing
Germany


Tom Johnson - USA

I came to Syria with no prior knowledge of Arabic, "To Learn Arabic" provided invaluable services not only in my acquisition of Arabic, but also in my acclimation of life in the Middle East.

Tom
USA – Texas


Jennifer Smith - USA

Ahmad had been the best language teacher I have ever had. He is thoroughly knowledgeable in the Arabic language, and has great insight into teaching Arabic to foreigners.

Jennifer
USA


Isa and Natascha

We studied Classic Arabic with Ahmad for one month in January 2007. We had three hours per day for five days a week. We had no previous knowledge about the language and started from scratch with the Alphabet. Before we started, Ahmad asked how many hours a day we could (and would) devote to studying and whether we are grammar-persons or not. We thought both questions very sensible. We decided together to do a grammar-based introduction to Arabic, but at the same time to focus on everyday situations. As we wanted to learn Arabic for travelling in Arabic countries, we did not practice much reading and almost no writing, instead focussing on speaking and listening comprehension. Ahmad has a very good understanding of grammar and - what is more important - is also able to convey it to his students. During our conversation lessons we greatly enjoyed his little personal stories. Together with sometimes heated discussions they kept us motivated to converse in a language that we knew only a few words of. We also got valuable insights through him into the Syrian way of life and into the religion. After leaving Damascus we travelled to Jordan, Egypt, Libya and Tunisia. Although the spoken language might somewhat differ from the Standard Arabic, our lessons with Ahmad had given us a good foundation and quite often we were able to work out the regularities in the dialect by ourselves. Although one month was, of course, not enough to really hold a conversation in Arabic, we can deal confidently with everyday situations.

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