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Do you want to improve your Arabic listening, writing, and reading skills? Do you dream of one day speaking fluent Arabic? Our Arabic Language | The Ultimate Arabic Course (Level 5) will familiarise you with the new proven technique and well-structured method to help you achieve a whole new level of learning Arabic. This course is particularly beneficial for intermediate and advanced learners.

After going through the first 4 levels of the Arabic language course, this [cours_title] will help you learn everything about demonstrative pronouns in the Arabic language. You’ll also learn to form questions in Arabic and will familiarise with the typical syntax analysis.

What you’ll learn

  • Continue your learning of Arabic after successfully completing the first 4 levels of the course 
  • Get introduced to improved techniques and structured methods to earn extensive learning skills
  • Explore various techniques and tools to achieve the new level in learning Arabic 
  • Expand your knowledge of demonstrative pronouns in Arabic 
  • Learn how to identify demonstrative pronouns in a phrase 
  • Understand how to use demonstrative pronouns independently for near and far objects 
  • Get a solid understanding of interrogation words and learn how to form questions in Arabic 
  • Gain sufficient knowledge of typical syntax analysis and learn how to do it in different forms 
  • Develop a solid understanding of Enna and its sisters

Requirements

  • You need to have basic knowledge of Arabic
  • This course is designed in plain English, so you need to have knowledge in English

Who this course is for:

  • Intermediate and advanced students, who are curious about improving Arabic language. This course is not for student with zero Arabic knowledge!
  • This course is ideal for you if you already enrolled in the Ultimate Arabic Course (Level 2 and Level 3)
  • This course is for you if you want to achieve a whole new level in learning Arabic
  • This course is for you if you like to learn Arabic using new proven system and well-structured method

Course Curriculum

Before You Start!
About Your Instructor 00:05:00
A Message from Haytham 00:05:00
How to get the most out of this course? 00:10:00
Module 01: Demonstrative Pronouns in Arabic
Introduction to types of demonstrative pronouns in Arabic 00:06:00
How to use demonstrative pronouns independently for near and far objects with ex 00:06:00
Demonstrative pronouns in a phrase 00:10:00
Demonstrative phrases with e.da.aa.fa.h° construction 00:13:00
Demonstrative pronouns with possessed nouns 00:05:00
Demonstrative phrases with proper names 00:03:00
Demonstrative pronouns as demonstrative clauses 00:03:00
Demonstrative clauses with separated pronouns (copula) 00:07:00
Adverb and locative demonstrative pronouns 00:11:00
Selfsame demonstrative pronouns 00:03:00
Module 02: How to form a question in Arabic
Introduction to interrogation words and how to ask questions in Arabic 00:07:00
Ask a question using the interrogation word “a.yyo” (which, which one, what) 00:06:00
Ask a question using the interrogation word “ka.m°” (how much, how many) 00:06:00
Ask a question using the interrogation word “ka.y°.fa” (how) 00:04:00
Ask a question using the interrogation word “le.ma.aa.dza.aa” (why, what for) 00:04:00
Ask a question using the interrogation words “ma.aa. and and ,ma.aa.dza.aa” 00:11:00
How to ask a question using the interrogation words “ma.n°” (who) 00:06:00
How to ask a question using the interrogation words “ma.ta.aa” (when) 00:05:00
Ask a question using the interrogation words “ha.l°” (Yes or No questions) 00:06:00
Module 03: Enna and its Sisters
Introduction to Enna and its sisters 00:04:00
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Enna” are singular 00:18:00
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Enna” are dual 00:11:00
Typical syntax (E’raab) when noun & predicate of “Enna” are masc. plural 00:09:00
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Enna” are feminine 00:11:00
Typical syntax (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Enna” are broken plural 00:09:00
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Anna” are singular 00:20:00
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Anna” are dual 00:15:00
Typical syntax (E’raab) when noun & predicate of “Anna” are masc. sound plural 00:13:00
Typical syntax (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Anna” are fem. sound plural 00:13:00
Typical syntax (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Anna” are broken plural 00:11:00
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are singular 00:10:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Ka-Anna” are dual 00:14:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are masculine sound 00:09:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are fem. sound plural 00:12:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are broken plural 00:08:00
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Layta” are singular 00:13:00
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Layta” are dual 00:15:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Layta” are masc. sound plural 00:15:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Layta” are fem. sound plural 00:12:00
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Layta” are broken plural 00:11:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.’a.lla” are singular 00:12:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.’a.lla” are dual 00:13:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.’a.lla” are masc. sound plural 00:10:00
Analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.’a.lla” are feminine sound plural 00:12:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.’a.lla” are broken plural 00:10:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are singular 00:08:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are dual 00:08:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are masc. sound 00:08:00
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are fem. sound 00:08:00
Typical syntax (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are broken plural 00:08:00

FAQs

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Yes, there is a test at the end of the course. Once you’ve completed all the modules of the course, you will have to give a multiple-choice test. The questions will be based on the topics of the modules you studied. And of course, you can take the test at any time, from any device and from anywhere you want.

Don’t worry if you fail the test, you can retake it as many times as you want.

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