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Ahmed Eissawi

Ahmed Eissawi

Adjunct Instructor

Ahmed Eissawi is an Arabic Language instructor for non-Arabic speakers. He has been teaching the language since he graduated from Ain Shams University: College of Languages in Cairo, Egypt in 1980. Ahmed has taught in the Language Courses Program in the United Nations since 1991. He is the founder and director of the Arabic Language Institute located in Queens. He leads educational cultural programs on various Arabic networks in New York and has a YouTube channel, Arab-American Cultural TV, which presents Arabic programs for non-Arabic speakers. Ahmed also published a conversational audio program entitled "Arabic Conversation with Ahmed Eissawi."

Currently Teaching

Arabic: Modern Standard I

Begin learning Arabic in this introductory course, which is designed so that linguistic and cultural aspects are taught in tandem.

Arabic: Modern Standard II

This course focuses on all four core Arabic language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing), taught within a cultural context.

Arabic: Modern Standard III

This dynamic and interactive course takes the Arabic language off the page through lively classroom practice in cultural contexts.