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Excerpts from the Arab and Iranian Media & Analysis of US Policy in the Region & ACT Center Launch Summer Arabic Courses In Tunisia

The ACT Center is pleased to partner with and offer students from around the world the opportunity to study Arabic this Summer in the vibrant heart of downtown Tunis!

1) Summer Term 1 – May 29-June 23
2) Summer Term 2 – July 3-July 28
3) Summer Term 3 – July 31-August 25
Modern Standard Arabic:
— Weekday Mornings 9am-12pm/Monday-Friday (20 days);
— 60 hours total;
— $390 tuition per term;
— Small group MSA classes (from 3-6 students) are available at the following levels:

* Beginner (Alif Baa+Al-Kitaab 1, Units 1-7)
* High-Beginner (Al-Kitaab 1, Units 8-14)
* Intermediate (Al-Kitaab 1, Units 15-20+ACT Media Book 1)
* High-Intermediate (Al-Kitaab 2+ACT Media Book 2)
* Advanced (Al-Kitaab 3+ACT Media Book 3)

Tunisian Dialect:
— Weekday Afternoons 2pm-4pm/Monday-Friday (20 days);
— 40 hours total;
— $260 tuition per term;
— Small group Tunisian Dialect classes (from 3-6 students) are available at the following levels:

* Beginner Tunisian Dialect (ACT Dialect Book 1)
* Intermediate Tunisian Dialect (ACT Dialect Book 2)
* Advanced Tunisian Dialect (Media & Politics Immersion)
— Limited spaces available/Rolling acceptance
— Email to sign up!
About Us:
Since its establishment in 2013, ACT has steadily risen to become one of the leading Arabic language schools in the Middle East and North Africa. Located in the Tunisian capital, Tunis, ACT offers semi-intensive and intensive group/individual classes for students from around the world throughout the year. ACT’s teaching team is composed of highly qualified teachers from Tunisia and the wider region, specializing in local dialects as well as formal Arabic instruction. Led by its director, Mohammed Labidi, ACT also regularly conducts language classes for the NGO community, foreign embassies and journalists. Like Us on Facebook and please email for more information if you have any additional queries. is an Internet-based news service that employs a team of translators around the region to gather important stories from and about the Middle East. Established in Beirut, Lebanon in June 2005, we cover news from all 22 Arab countries, Iran, and the Arab media Diaspora generally. Thus our reach extends across the North Africa region as well as to the UK and other countries that host Pan-Arab media. For more information, including in regards to our politics conferences in the region, please visit


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February 2, 2017 at 7:31 pm

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