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STANDARD CLASSICAL ARABIC COURSE
32 Lessons and 32 Exercises


The Standard Classical Arabic Course consists of 32 Lessons together with 32 exercises. Each lesson with its exercise is designed for 10 days of studying.

The course is equivalent to College Arabic Courses Levels 100, 200 and 300

Syllabus:

 

Lesson 1: The Alphabet (Pronunciation and Writing)

Special features of the Arabic Alphabet.

 

Lesson 2: Weak Letters, Sun Letters, Moon Letters,

Separate Letters, Connected Letters.

How to connect the letters?

 

Lesson 3: Rules of Connecting the Letters.

Writing the Alphabet: Manual variations.

 

Lesson 4: Weak Letters.

Auxiliary Signs/ Long & Short Vowels.

The Alif : Maqsourah, Mamdoudah .

The Hamzah, Variation of writing the Hamzah

 

Lesson 5: Singular Masculine, Singular Feminine.

Definite and Indefinite Nouns.

Definite Nouns: with the Definite Article, with Genitive Relation, Names, Pronouns, Demonstrative Nouns and Relative Nouns

Lesson 6: Equational Sentence/ Nominal Sentence.

Subject & Predicate: Agreement in Number & Gender.

Types of Nominal Sentences.

 

Lesson 7: Pronouns: Separate & Connected

Pronouns with the Noun.

Pronouns in Nominative, Accusative and Genitive.

Pronouns Connected to Verbs and to Nouns.

Grammatical position of Pronouns.

 

Lesson 8: The Perfect Tense, The Bare ROOT of the Verb.

Pronouns connected to the Perfect Tense.

Types of Root Verb:

Mahmouz: Hamzah in either character of the verb.

Weak: A) Mithaal: 1st Letter Weak.

B) Hollow: 2nd (middle) is Weak.

C) Mithaal: 3rd (final) is Weak.

Mudaaf: 2nd and 3rd letters are the same assimilated

In Shaddah.

Salim : Sound/strong Verb , is neither of the above.

 

Lesson 9: Conjugation of the Perfect Tense:

, , , ,

Transitive and Intransitive Verbs.

Nouns in Nominative, Accusative and Genitive cases.

 

Lesson 10:Writing of the Hamzah and its conditions.

 

Lesson 11:kaan and its Sisters.( )

kaan and its Sisters with the Nominal Sentence.

Conjugation of Kaan and its Sisters.

Kaan and its Sisters with dual, Plural masculine & Fem.

 

Lesson 12:Inna and its Sisters( )

With the Nominal Sentence

With dual and Masculine and Feminine Plural.

 

Lesson 13:Prepositions

Auxiliary Signs in Genitive: Singular, Dual and Plural.

Genitive Construction.

Adverbs of Time and Place.

 

Lesson 14:The Five Nouns. ( , , , , )

The Five Nouns in Nominative, Accusative and Genitive.

Relative Pronouns.

Demonstrative Pronouns.

 

Lesson 15: The Imperfect Verb, Conjugation in Indicative mode.

The Five Verbs.

The Imperfect in Indicative, Subjunctive and Jussive.

Articles of Subjunctive ness and Jussiveness.

The Imperfect verb with Hidden .( )

Articles which put 1 verb and 2 verbs in Jussive mode.

 

Lesson 16: Conjugating the Imperfect Verb.

Suffix Pronouns with the Imperfect Verb.

Conjugating , in Imperfect Verbs.

Conjugating in Imperfect Verbs.

 

Lesson 17:Conjugating in

Imperfect Tense: Indicative, Subjunctive and Jussive.

 

Lesson 18: Active and Passive Voice.

Subject of the Predicate.

Passive Voice in , , , ,

 

Lesson 19:Forms of the Verb

, , , , , , ,

, , , , .

 

Lesson 20: Forms of the Verb in , , , ,

Derived Active and Passive Participles

Forms of the Verb: The Infinitive -

 

Lesson 21: Forms of the Verb in Passive Voice.

 

Lesson 22:Imperative Verb

Forming the Imperative from:

.

Forming the Imperative from:

 

 

Lesson 23: Nouns derived from:

Nouns derived from:

Active Participle, Passive Participle and Infinitive

Derived from

 

Lesson 24:

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ڠ

 

 

Lesson 25: Patterns of Exaggeration And Diminutives

Lesson 26:Elative, Adverbs of Time, Adverbs of Place

, .

 

Lesson 27: Diptotes

Lesson 28:Exceptive

Exceptive Particle

Exceptive Particles: , ,

 

Lesson 29: Accusative of Specification & Comparison

Numerals : Cardinal & Ordinal numbers.

 

Lesson 30: The Accusative

Cognate Accusative

Adverbial Qualification of Purpose ( )

Adjectives

 

Lesson 31:Nisbah,

,

 

Lesson 32: Review of Grammatical and Lexical structures.

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