What Will I Learn?
- 01 ⇒ You will learn how to use English tenses you already know in Arabic language with many examples in details
- 02 ⇒ You will learn how to use helping words to express different tenses which you know in English
- 03 ⇒ You will learn how to use the imperatives for giving orders, for requesting or advising someone to do or not to do something with many examples
- 04 ⇒ You will learn how to differentiate between the verbal and nominal sentences in terms of meaning depending on the context for each of them
- 05 ⇒ You will learn how to differentiate between the subjunctive mood in English and Arabic
- 06 ⇒ You will learn how to form the past progressive tense in Arabic with examples
- 07 ⇒ You will learn how to form The future perfect tense with examples
- 08 ⇒ You will get introduced to the 3 different indicators or signals to define a word as a feminine in Arabic with examples
- 09 ⇒ You will learn nouns that could be treated as either masculine or feminine with examples
- 10 ⇒ You will learn how to use certain types of adjectives for men and women alike with examples
- 11 ⇒ You will learn why we use the masculine form for a woman – and not the feminine form as usual
- 12 ⇒ You will learn the most common abbreviations in Arabic with a full comparison with abbreviations in English
- 13 ⇒ You will learn the One-Word Predicate in details with examples
- 14 ⇒ You will learn the verbal Sentence Predicate in details with examples
- 15 ⇒ You will learn the Semi-Sentence Predicate in details with examples
- 16 ⇒ You will learn how to use the conjunction particle أَوْ for many purposes, including (Choosing , Doubt, Obscurity, Distribution)
- 17 ⇒ You will learn how to use the conjunction particle أَمْ for many purposes, including (Specification, Equalization)
- 18 ⇒ You will learn how to identify the ‘hidden pronoun’ ضَمِيـرٌ مُسْتَتِـرٌ and how to use it for the purpose of rhetoric البَلاغَة with full syntax analysis
- 19 ⇒ You will learn how to say verb 'to have' in 6 different ways using an adverbial expression, phrasal verb, a preposition or by another verb with many examples
- 20 ⇒ You will learn how to differentiate between the two types of verbal nouns in Arabic, the pure verbal noun and the interpreted verbal noun
- 21 ⇒ You will learn how to use the 7 Formulas to convert the interpreted verbal noun into pure verbal noun with many examples
Learn Arabic Language Using the Q & A Method — Part 2
From my long experience with my students at the university, I found out that one of the best ways to learn Arabic is through asking questions & understanding their typical answers.
Unlike other Arabic courses, this course is designed in special order to make you not to feel lost or frustrated during the course.
You will get full lifetime Access to 2+ hours of comprehensive contents recorded in high quality full HD Video Lessons.
This Arabic course introduces Arabic grammar and Arabic morphology of the Arabic language using new approach in learning Arabic, and it is designed to move quickly between theoretical learning and practice sessions which helps you to build your confidence to speak Arabic.
I have created this series of courses – Learn Arabic Using the Q & A Method – in the form of questions and their typical answers and I’m sure that you will learn new rules, techniques and vocabulary from this series.
- The language of instruction is plain English so you should have basic grasp of the English language
- You need to have intermediate or advanced level of Arabic
- Commitment – as with anything in life, the repetition of any ideal leads to its manifestation. Being consistent and persevering will ensure success.
Introducing the course
Do All English Tenses Exist in Arabic Language?
Is the Word أَرْضٌ Masculine or Feminine?
Is it possible to use a masculine adjective for a feminine noun?
Are there abbreviations in Arabic, like ‘etc.’ in English?
What’s the difference between the two phrases كُتِبَ الدَّرْسُ and الدَّرْسُ مَكْتُوبٌ?
What are the different types of the predicate of the nominal sentence?
What is the difference between أَوْ and أَمْ?
What is the hidden pronoun in Arabic language? الضَّمِيـرُ المُسْتَتِـرُ
How to express verb ‘to have’ in Arabic Language?
What is the Meaning of the So-Called ‘Interpreted Verbal Noun’ and how it is formed?