Happy Christmas(es) and New Year: 2 sets of Learn Amharic classes starting 18 January

We are delighted to announce we are going ahead with our 2016 Learn Amharic in London classes, starting from 18 January 2016, after Ethiopian Christmas. We offer both beginners’ and intermediate classes – this time we will offer Intermediate Level II classes.

The lessons are held in central London and last for 2 hours each. Both beginners and intermediate Amharic language classes will be ten-lesson courses, held at our venue in central London. They are taught by our experienced tutors. Classes will be from 6:30-8:30pm and will be held every Monday evening, both beginners and intermediate.

The beginners’ classes give students of Amharic basic skills in greeting, asking directions, everyday phrases and other conversation. You will also learn reading and writing and grammar skills such as language structure.

The Intermediate Level II classes give students sufficient Amharic vocabulary and grammar to hold a conversation and to read and write phrases, sentences and paragraphs. By the end of the course you can expect to have conversational exchanges on familiar subjects, order food in a restaurant, buy items in a shop and discuss prices, talk about time and seasons, read signs, menus, posters and leaflets and write emails. You should be able to read and write feedels (Amharic script) before starting this course.

All lessons are tailor-made by our tutors according to progress.

Use the “Contact us” form or email us if you are interested to find out more about the course, or call 07954-403704. We also offer 1-to-1 lessons tailored to the students’ levels and organized at their convenience.

The class size is limited in order to improve the experience for students of Amharic. We look forward to hearing from you!We also offer 1-to-1 classes

Wishing all students of Amharic and all others the best for two sets of Christmas celebrations, Ethiopian Christmas or genna on 7 January as well as farenji New Year 2016.

credit ethiopianorthodox.org
credit ethiopianorthodox.org