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"You are Armenian"
14 $
52 lessons
"You are Armenian"

We often tell our children: “You are Armenian.” And what does it mean to be Armenian? Is being an Armenian an honor and happiness, or only pain and suffering? Every young Armenian should seek and find the answer to this question. And for this, first of all, you need to know and understand the Armenians and Armenia.

To this end, we have prepared a course that presents the most interesting pages of Armenia and Armenians, our language, literature, culture and history. We will travel together to the historical and cultural places of Armenia, read wonderful works of Armenian literature, study the peculiarities of our language, discuss today's problems and challenges facing our country and nation, together we will look for ways to solve them, learn how to search, distinguish and disseminate accurate information about Armenia, get acquainted with today's residents of Armenia and their lives, as well as with the achievements of Armenian sports, cinema and music, and, finally, we will consider today's prospects for studying, working and living in Armenia.

We are sure that by the end of this course, your child will proudly say: “I am Armenian."

Age group: 12 to 18 years.

Course level: Beginner.

Level of knowledge: elementary/basic.

Form of training: online - in real-time, group, up to 8 participants in each group

Classes are held: 2 times a week for 1 hour.

Course duration: 52 hours / 6 months

Result: development of writing and speaking skills, acquisition of historical and cognitive knowledge.

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Armenian for beginners
14 $
48 lessons
Armenian for beginners

Accelerated course "Armenian for beginners" is explicitly designed for foreigners and Armenians whose primary language is not Armenian. The course includes topics relevant for adaptation in the country, which will be helpful in everyday life and work, as well as expand the educational horizons and penetration into the Armenian environment and national culture.

Any material is explained in an accessible form in the form of colorful understandable diagrams, illustrations, and analogies in the native language.

It all starts with the production of sounds because the phonetics in the Armenian language is different from others. Therefore, much attention is paid to stress and intonation when studying the Armenian language. We will help you learn and apply the basic grammatical constructions, words, and expressions necessary for communication.

It is not easy to learn the Armenian language, but if you approach the matter creatively, choosing the proper methodology, then any material will be accessible.


At the initial stage of learning, a natural or emotional-semantic method is mainly used, according to which language learning should begin with understanding the meaning, not the form. It is proposed to learn a foreign language naturally, just as children learn to speak their native language.

At the first stage of the initial training cycle, the student is allowed to listen to the speech of a native speaker until he begins to gradually grasp the general meaning of what he has heard, progressively overcoming his fear of a foreign language.

At the end of the first cycle, when the Armenian speech no longer seems gibberish, the listener can not just study the language but spend an hour of class communicating in Armenian. Thus, the language barrier overcomes, and speech initiative arises – the main factor of foreign language proficiency.

At the end of the first cycle, which lasts about 2-3 months, listeners can already speak Armenian, read small texts, and watch short videos on the Internet.

In the second training stage, a conscious-combinative method is used along with the emotional-semantic process. The process gives students an awareness of language phenomena and their application in speech. In addition, they rely on their native language for deeper immersion in their native language and the language being studied.

Learning outcomes

At the end of the First level of the course, participants will be able to

  • read and understand simple sentences, in particular, in ads, on posters, in restaurant menus, on shop windows, and understand the basic information of a minor, adapted text.
  • understand the basic information (topic, main content, and communicative intentions) of short dialogues and monologues in everyday communication situations;
  • be able to maintain a conversation about yourself, friends, family, working day, and free time.

The volume of vocabulary will be up to 2,000 words.

By the end of the second level of training, participants will be able to

  • read and understand small journalistic and artistic texts,
  • understand the dialogues and communication goals of speakers, radio, advertisements, song lyrics, dialogues from feature films and TV programs,
  • conduct a dialogue, ask questions, talk about what they saw, express their own opinion in a situation of accessible communication and analyze the problem,
  • interpret texts related to the socio-cultural and formal practical sphere.

The volume of vocabulary is up to 5,000 units

Academic load

In addition to the main classroom hours, students devote no more than 30 minutes to extracurricular (independent) work on preparing for lessons.

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