Amharic Language Training

With more than 30 years of experience training government agents, non-profit employees, and corporate clients, ALTA is the premier Amharic language course training provider in the U.S. Our online Amharic lessons provide personalized attention from native, professionally trained Amharic instructors. ALTA offers you the perfect environment to learn the linguistic and cultural skills you need to achieve your goals, and the only unconditional guarantee in the language business.

ALTA Amharic Programs

Your ALTA program will do more than just teach you Amharic – we will enable you to live it. Our courses help you develop Amharic grammatical accuracy, pronunciation, fluency, and listening comprehension while gaining practical knowledge of the culture and customs of the Amhara people. Learning is interesting and fun with our mix of the highest quality materials, 1-on-1 instruction, and varied activities.

About Amharic:

Amharic is a Semitic language spoken in Ethiopia. There are more than 27 million speakers of Amharic in the world, mostly in North Central Ethiopia, but also in Egypt, Israel, Sweden, and the United States. It is the second most-spoken Semitic language in the world, after Arabic. Many people choose to learn Amharic after experiencing the rich culture of Ethiopia. Whether you are planning to live and work in Ethiopia, or if you have family or friends with whom you wish to communicate in Amharic, ALTA can sculpt a training program to fit your needs and goals.

Our Guarantee

Every ALTA Language Training Program begins with a proposal defining the details of the materials, methods, schedule, fees and results. We guarantee that you will be satisfied with your Amharic training.

Contact us today!

With ALTA’s guaranteed language training, you have nothing to lose. Let us get you started today with an initial consultation. Call 404.920.3813, or click on the contact button above to email a program director.

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