Arabic Language Course
Description – Lesson Content
The phrase haadhaa which means ‘This is..’.
The phrase Dhalika which means ‘That is..’.
The Arabic Definite Article – Alif Laam – which corresponds to ‘The’ in English.
Prepositions – i.e. words showing the relationship of one noun to another (e.g. to, from, in, at etc).
Masculine and Feminine Pronouns – i.e. He and She.
Nominal and Verbal sentences
Expression of ownership – i.e. showing one noun owns another – e.g. ‘The teacher’s car’
Mabni – Indeclinable words which do not change their case with different causes and maintain their vowel ending
Article to call someone (vocative particle) – e.g. ‘Oh Umar!’
Feminine pronoun for ‘This’ – Hadhihi.
Masculine and Feminine Nouns
The Demonstrative Pronoun for the Feminine Articles “تِلْكَ”
Use of Shadda and dropping of letter ‘lam’ of the definite article ‘al’ when used with solar letters.
In this lesson, we will Insha Allah revise all the grammatical rules we have learnt so far.
The Adjective clause
The Relative pronoun
Five Nouns (exception)
New prepositions, pronouns when added to verbs.
Attaching pronouns to prepositions
Present Tense Verbs – Introduction
The object of a Verbal Sentence
How to have a discussion in Arabic
The conversion of a masculine verb into a feminine verb
The use of the feminine relative pronoun (that, who, which)
Plural form of the Demonstrative Pronoun
Plural form of the Demonstrative Pronoun (“That”)
Plural form of the personal pronouns in the 3rd person
Plural form of the masculine and feminine verbs in 3rd person (e.g. He Went, She Went, They Went)
Plural form of masculine personal pronouns in the 2nd person.
Plural form of masculine possessive pronouns
Plural form of the masculine verbs in the 2nd person (e.g. You went)
Plural form of the Personal and Possessive Pronouns (You / Your) referring to the feminine nouns.
The plural form of the simple feminine verbs connected to the pronoun – i.e. ذَهَبْتُنَّ
The words for ‘before’ and ‘after
The concept of rational and irrational nouns.
A new pattern for the broken plurals
The dual form in the Arabic language for demonstrative and personal pronouns.
The interrogative article used to ask ‘how many’ – كَمْ؟
The numbers for one to ten (as applied to masculine nouns).
The numbers for one to ten (as applied to feminine nouns).
Introduction to the diptotes.
The diptotes – continued
The types of nouns in Arabic in detail
The demonstrative and relative pronouns in detail.
Introduction to /iξraab/ declension and structure, and the difference between the declinable and the indeclinable words.
The composite numeral, including:
Numbers from 1 to 10. Lesson 18, 19
Numbers from 11 to 19.
Numbers from 20 to 99.
Numbers 100, 200 … 1000.
Nouns with shortened ending
Nouns with curtailed ending
Nouns with extended ending
Past, present, and imperative verbs
Verbs in past, present, and future tenses
Masculine and feminine verb (past, present, imperative)
Affirmative verb, negative verb, and auxiliaries are used for verb negation.
The sound verb, the weak verb, and the weak letters
The transitive and intransitive verbs
The active and passive verb
The five verbs
The cases/iξrâb/ of the sound and weak verbs
The cases/iξrâb/ of the five verbs
Structure of the present verb
Structure of the past verb
Structure of the imperative verb
The interrogative nouns /man/, /mā/, /mādhā/, and /limādhā/
The interrogative nouns /matā/, /ayna/, /kayfa/, and /kam/
The interrogative particles: /a/ and /hal/
Detached nominal and accusative pronouns
Nominative attached pronouns
Accusative attached pronouns
General exercises and revision for the personal pronouns
The noun with extended ending
The noun with curtailed ending
The noun with shortened ending
Sound feminine plural
The sound masculine plural
The five nouns
The nominal sentence
/kaana/ and its sisters
/inna/ and its sisters
/laa/ of generic negation
/kaada/ and its sisters
/dhanna/ and its sisters
The subject of the passive (with an introduction to the sentence in the passive voice)
The absolute object
The causal object
The circumstantial object
The concomitate object
The distinctive preceded by kamm. Lesson 17
The exclusion 2
The exclusion 3
Introduction to the Followers:
Oral and Moral Assurance
The persuasion and warning
The praise and blame
The conditional Sentence
The demand (the imperative and interdiction)
The apology, welcoming, and congratulation
Introduction to morphology
The types/measures of verbs
Measures of the simple verbs
Measures of the augmented verbs
Defection and replacement
Formation of the passive verbs
Attribution of verbs to pronouns
The affirmation of the verb/ the Emphatic
The active participle and the passive participle
The noun of time and the noun of place
The superlative and the verbal adjective
The noun of preference/the superlative noun
The noun of usage/instrument
Relation to words using the hard ya’
Diminution of nouns
The hamza of liaison and hamza of rupture. Lesson 5
Typography of the hamza of liaison
Typography of the ta’ and the shortened ’alif
Pronounced letters that are not written, and written letters that are silent
Letters that can be omitted