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Complete Classical Arabic from foundations series

The most Comprehensive Arabic course||SARF/Morphology||NAHW/Arabic Grammar|| from Beginner to Advance||30+ hrs of video
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 30h 20m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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Description

This is a 3 part series to master Arabic language with more than 30+ hours of video lectures, which makes it the most comprehensive course on Learning Arabic. Part-1 Sarf/Morphology: In this we learn all the rules and patterns of Sarf to form words in Arabic. Part-2 Nahw/Grammar: In this we will learn the entire Arabic grammar. Part-3 Application/Practice: This is a very unique course in this course we will use the skills we learned from the first two courses and practice translating text from Arabic literature and also some audios of scholars. This will build your vocabulary and also give you enough experience to translate/understand Arabic on your own.
Note: Assignments/Homework/worksheets are added wherever necessary, most of our assignment questions and materials are from the books that are taught at Imam Muhammad ibn Saud university in KSA for teaching arabic. 

Sarf/Morphology: It’s the science that helps us in studying word formation and patterns of word formation.  so after studying the morphology if I give u a root word, you will be able to form words like (past tenses , Present tense/future tenses , certainty ad a lot more…..) u will understand things like  how to extract root and look for a word in a classical Arabic dictionary, root patterns and their speciality  and much much more….         
Beginner
1) Introduction
2) Fa3l
2.1) Classifications
2.2) Based on tense – Past, Present/Future and Amr
2.3) Fa3l Maazi
2.4) Fa3l Muzaare- All series
2.5) The six doors- Nasara, zaraba, samia, fataha, hasiba, karuma.
2.6) Fa3l Amr
2.7) Fa3l Lazim and mutaaddi.
2.8) Fa3l majhool
2.9) Seen and saufa
2.10) Showing energy/stress in verb using noon al takid.
3) Ism
3.1) Masdar, Mushtaq, Jamid.
3.2) Ism Fa’il and maf’ool
3.3) Ism Zarf, and Aala
3.4) Ism Mubalagha, Sifat Mushabba
3.5) Ism Tafzeel

Intermediate
4) Fa3l revisited
4.1) Making near past with Qad and far past with kaana
5) Different forms of verbs and roots
5.1) Sahih and Mazeed Feehi
5.2) 12 doors of mazeed feehi derived from 3 letter roots
5.3) 4 letter roots and their derivatives.
6) Classification based on types of letters Salim/mahmooz/muzaff/mu’tal
6.1) Explanation
6.2) Muzaaf
6.3) Mahmooz
6.4) Misal
6.5) Ajwaf
6.6) Naaqis
7) Ism
Advanced
8) Fa3l continued
9) Nawaasib and jawaazim
11) Speciality of abwab
12) Masaadir
13) Ism fa3l
14) Ism saut

Nahw/Arabic Grammar
Beginner
1) Introduction
1.1) What’s Nahw
1.2) Terminology
1.3) Murab and Mabni
1.4) Marifa and Nakira
1.5) Mufrad and Murakkab
1.6) Mufrad, Tasniya, jamah
1.7) Tazkeer wa tanees
2) Mabniyyat
2.1) Intro
2.2) Zamair
2.3) Ism Ishara
2.4) Mausulat
2.5) Maazi af’aal and Jama Muannas ghayeb wa haazir
2.6) Murakkab imtizaaji
2.7) Zuruf
2.8) Asma al aswaat, afaal, Kinayat, Shart, istifhaam
3) Marifa and nakira
3.1) Marifa and its types
3.2) Nakira
4) Murakkabat
4.1) Tausifi
4.2) Izafi
4.3) Imtizaji
5) Jumla Ismiyya
5.1) Mubtada and Khabar
5.2) Difference between mubtada/khabar and tausifi
5.3) Some variations in Mubtada and khabar
6) Jumla Faliyya
6.1) Fa’il, and maf’ool
6.2) Naib al Fa’il
6.3) Maf’ool Mutlaq
7) Huruf al mushabbah bil fa’l
Intermediate
8) Ai’rab in detail
8.1) Intro
8.2) Types and explanation
8.3) Tasniya
8.4) Jama
8.5) Asma al sitta
8.6) Mamnu min as sarf
9) Jumla faliyya continued
9.1) Maf’ool fehi
9.2) Maf’ool lahu
9.3) Maf’ool Ma’ahu
9.4) Haal
9.5) Advance concepts
10) Huruf Naqisa
11) Huruf Mushabbah bi ليس
12) Huruf Jarr
13) Sila and Mausul
14) Advance Jumla ismiyya, When khabar is jumla and shibhu jumla, taqdeen of khabar, khabar being marifa zamair fasl, sila and mausul, with zuruf, istifhaam etc.
Advanced
15) لا li nafi liljins
16) Mustasna
17) Advance mamnu min as sarf
18) Tameez
19) Advance discussion on Huroof
19.1) Huroof Nida and munada
19.2) Huroof Ataf
19.3) Huroof Istifhaam
19.4) Haisu, inda, ladun, qattu, auzu etc
20) Tawaabeh, Badal, Ataf, Takeed

Module-3 Application/Practice: This is a very unique module and unlike any other that you can find online. In this module we will use the skills we learned from the first two modules and practice translating text from Arabic literature and also some audios of scholars from the Arab world and analyze those. This will build your vocabulary and also give you enough experience to translate/understand Arabic on your own.

Note: I have uploaded whatever I have completed for this course, but I am continuously adding more chapters to this course so you will find new content being added regularly.

You will learn

✓ Classical Arabic
✓ Translating Arabic
✓ Arabic Grammar
✓ 30+ hours of video lectures
✓ Understanding Qur’an
✓ Nahw
✓ Arabic Language
✓ Modern standard arabic
✓ Sarf
✓ Morphology
✓ Fusha Arabic
✓ Arabic Literature

Requirements

• Know the Arabic alphabet, if not we also have prerequisite videos with every course

This course is for

• Those interested in learning Classical Arabic to understand Qur’an, Ahadith and other Arabic literature and lectures of Arab scholars. This course is helpful for students of all levels
Passionate student of Classical Arabic
I am an engineer by profession, but I have a passion for classical Arabic and have been studying it for the past 10 years and in these 10 years I have faced many hurdles and difficulties. Keeping all the difficulties that I experienced in my journey of learning Arabic I have designed this series which will guide learner to take a well structured approach to learn this beautiful subject.
Platform: Udemy
Video: 30h 20m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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