Formal Arabic Beginner :: Intensive
This course is designed for students that already have a BASIC Understanding of the written Arabic language, this means that you need to be able to read and write the Arabic Alphabet.
Students will become comfortable with the Arabic script, mind as well as the written Arabic of daily life such as signs, prostate menus, cialis applications, receipts and maps. They will be able to express basic information about themselves and practical everyday issues by filling in forms, applications, writing short notes and comfortably spell new words and names. By the end of the course students will read announcements and short stories taken from local media sources.
Feminine & Masculine
Plural verb conjugation
The present tense verb and verbs forms
Negating present tense verbs
Object pronouns suffixes
Definite and indefinite articles
Demonstrative pronouns “this & that”
Counting and numbers from 11-100
The superlative form
Nominal sentence and the fronted predicate.
Negating past tense
Roots and forms of past, present tense and Gerunds.
Present tense in the progressive and stative form
The predicate sentence falling as “adjective”
Forms of the verbs
Future and negating it
Nouns in the case taking “fathah”
Verb subject agreement
Sentence complements “2enna” & “ 2anna”
Negating past tense and present tense
In addition to couple of extra lessons added by Saifi that are complementary and necessary to the book1.