Arabic Language Course Index

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Lesson 1

  • The phrase haadhaa which means 'This is..'.

Lesson 2

  • The phrase Dhalika which means 'That is..'.

Lesson 3

  • The Arabic Definite Article - Alif Laam - which corresponds to 'The' in English.

Lesson 4

  • 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

Lesson 5

  • 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!'

Lesson 6

  • Feminine pronoun for 'This' - Hadhihi.
  • Masculine and Feminine nouns
  • Prepositions

Lesson 7

  • 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.

Lesson 8

  • Revision Lesson
  • In this lesson we will Insha Allah revise all the grammatical rules we have learnt so far.

Lesson 9

  • The Adjective clause
  • The Relative pronoun

Lesson 10

  • Posessive Pronouns
  • Five Nouns (exception)
  • New prepositions, pronouns when added to verbs.

Lesson 11

  • Attaching pronouns to prepositions
  • Present Tense Verbs - Introduction
  • Object of a Verbal Sentence

Lesson 12

  • 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)

Lesson 13

  • Plural form of the Demonstrative Pronoun
  • Sound Plural
  • Broken Plural

Lesson 14

  • 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)

Lesson 15

  • 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)

Lesson 16

  • 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

Lesson 17

  • The concept of rational and irrational nouns.
  • A new pattern for the broken plurals

Lesson 18

  • The dual form in the Arabic language for demonstrative and personal pronouns.
  • The interrogative article used to ask 'how many' - كَمْ؟

Lesson 19

  • The numbers for one to ten (as applied to masculine nouns).

Lesson 20

  • The numbers for one to ten (as applied to feminine nouns).

Lesson 21

  • Introduction to the diptotes.

Lesson 22

  • The diptotes - continued

Lesson 23

  • The types of noun in Arabic in detail

Lesson 24

  • The demonstrative and relative pronouns in detail.

Lesson 25

  • Introduction to /iξraab/ declension and structure, and difference between the declinable and the indeclinable words.

Lesson 26

  • 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.

Lesson 27

  • Nouns with shortened ending
  • Nouns with curtailed ending
  • Nouns with extended ending

Lesson 28

  • Past, present and imperative verbs

Lesson 29

  • Verbs in past, present and future tenses

Lesson 30

  • Masculine and feminine verb (past, present, imperative)

Lesson 31

  • Affirmative verb, negative verb and auxiliaries used for verb negation.

Lesson 32

  • The sound verb, the weak verb, and the weak letters

Lesson 33

  • The transitive and intransitive verbs

Lesson 34

  • The active and passive verb

Lesson 35

  • The five verbs

Lesson 36

  • The cases/iξrâb/ of the sound and weak verbs

Lesson 37

  • The cases/iξrâb/ of the five verbs

Lesson 38

  • Structure of the present verb

Lesson 39

  • Structure of the past verb

Lesson 40

  • Structure of the imperative verb

Lesson 41

  • The interrogative nouns /man/, /mā/, /mādhā/, and /limādhā/

Lesson 42

  • The interrogative nouns /matā/, /ayna/, /kayfa/, and /kam/

Lesson 43

  • The interrogative particles: /a/ and /hal/

Lesson 44

  • Personal pronouns:
    Detached nominal and accusative pronouns

Lesson 45

  • Nominative attached pronouns

Lesson 46

  • Accusative attached pronouns

Lesson 47

  • Genitive attached

Lesson 48

  • Latent pronouns:
    General exercises and revision for the personal pronouns

Lesson 49

  • Conditional nouns

Lesson 50

  • Verbal nouns

Lesson 51

  • The noun with extended ending

Lesson 52

  • The noun with curtailed ending

Lesson 53

  • The noun with shortened ending

Lesson 54

  • Sound feminine plural

Lesson 55

  • The dual

Lesson 56

  • The sound masculine plural

Lesson 57

  • The five nouns

Lesson 58

  • The nominal sentence

Lesson 59

  • /kaana/ and its sisters

Lesson 60

  • /inna/ and its sisters

Lesson 61

  • /laa/ of generic negation

Lesson 62

  • /kaada/ and its sisters

Lesson 63

  • /dhanna/ and its sisters

Lesson 64

  • The doer

Lesson 65

  • The subject of the passive (with an introduction to the sentence in passive voice)

Lesson 66

  • The object

Lesson 67

  • The absolute object

Lesson 68

  • The causal object

Lesson 69

  • The circumstantial object

Lesson 70

  • The concomitate object

Lesson 71

  • The status

Lesson 72

  • The distinctive preceded by kamm. Lesson 17

Lesson 73

  • The exclusion

Lesson 74

  • The exclusion 2

Lesson 75

  • The exclusion 3

Lesson 76

  • Prepositions, Meanings

Lesson 77

  • Prepositions, Types

Lesson 78

  • Introduction to the Followers:
    The Adjective

Lesson 79

  • The conjunctions

Lesson 80

  • The Substitution

Lesson 81

  • Oral and Moral Assurance

Lesson 82

  • The vocative

Lesson 83

  • The exclamation

Lesson 84

  • The persuasion and warning

Lesson 85

  • The praise and blame

Lesson 86

  • The preference

Lesson 87

  • The conditional Sentence

Lesson 88

  • The demand (the imperative and interdiction)

Lesson 89

  • The apology, welcoming and congratulation

Lesson 90

  • Introduction to morphology

Lesson 91

  • The types/measures of verbs

Lesson 92

  • Measures of the simple verbs

Lesson 93

  • Measures of the augmented verbs

Lesson 94

  • Defection and replacement

Lesson 95

  • Formation of the passive verbs

Lesson 96

  • Attribution of verbs to pronouns

Lesson 97

  • The affirmation of the verb/ the Emphatic

Lesson 98

  • The active participle and the passive participle

Lesson 99

  • The noun of time and the noun of place

Lesson 100

  • The superlative and the verbal adjective

Lesson 101

  • Noun of preference/the superlative noun

Lesson 102

  • The noun of usage/instrument

Lesson 103

  • Relation to words using the hard ya’

Lesson 104

  • Diminution of nouns

Lesson 105

  • The hamza of liaison and hamza of rupture. Lesson 5

Lesson 106

  • Typography of the hamza of liaison

Lesson 107

  • Typography of the ta’ and the shortened ’alif

Lesson 108

  • Pronounced letters that are not written, and written letters that are silent

Lesson 109

  • Letters that can be omitted

Lesson 110

  • Punctuation marks