May 7, 2020

The Ultimate Arabic Course (Level 5)
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Get full access to 7+ hours of video Arabic lessons and learn everything you need to ‎know about pronouns and forming questions and the typical syntax of ‎إن وأخواتها‎ ‎
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What Will I Learn?

  • You will be introduced to types of demonstrative pronouns أسماء الإشارة in Arabic
  • How to use adverb and locative demonstrative pronouns with examples
  • How to use demonstrative pronouns أسماء الإشارة with possessed nouns with examples
  • How to use demonstrative pronouns as demonstrative clauses with examples
  • You will learn how to use demonstrative pronouns أسماء الإشارة in a phrase (demonstrative phrases) with examples
  • You will be introduced to interrogation words الكلمات الإستفهامية and how to ask questions in Arabic
  • You will learn how to ask a question using the interrogation word كم “ka.m°” (how much, how many) with examples
  • You will learn how to ask a question using the interrogation word “lemaadzaa” لماذا (why?, what for?) with examples
  • You will learn how to ask a question using the interrogation words “ma.n°” مَن (who) with examples
  • You will learn how to ask a question using the interrogation words “ha.l°” هل (Yes or No questions) with examples
  • How to use selfsame demonstrative pronouns with examples
  • How to use demonstrative clauses with separated pronouns (copula) with examples
  • How to use demonstrative phrases with proper names with examples
  • You will learn how to use demonstrative pronouns أسماء الإشارة independently for near and far objects للقريب with examples
  • You will learn how to use demonstrative phrases with edaafah إضافة construction with examples
  • You will learn how to ask a question using the interrogation word “ayyo” أي (which, which one, what) with examples
  • You will learn how to ask a question using the interrogation word “ka.y°.fa” كيف (how) with examples
  • You will learn how to ask a question using the interrogation words “maa and ,maadzaa” (what) ماذا with examples
  • You will learn how to ask a question using the interrogation words “mataa” متى (when) with examples
  • You will be introduced to Enna إن وأخواتها and its sisters
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “Enna” are dual مثنى with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “Enna” are feminine sound plural جمع المؤنث السالم with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “Ka-Anna” are singular with examples

Course Description

Welcome to The Ultimate Arabic Course Series — (Level 5)
This is another level you need to take after taking Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 and Level 4 and in this course you will learn everything you need to know about demonstrative pronouns and how to form questions and how to do the typical syntax analysis (E’raab) الإعراب of Enna and its sisters إن وأخواتها and much more…

This Arabic course covers many topics including the following:

  1. Ask a question using the interrogation words “ha.l°” هل (Yes or No questions) with examples
  2. The typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “Enna” are feminine sound plural جمع المؤنث السالم with examples
  3. Ask a question using the interrogation words “ha.l°” هل (Yes or No questions) with examples
  4. Interrogation words الكلمات الإستفهامية and how to ask questions in Arabic
  5. Demonstrative pronouns أسماء الإشارة independently for near and far objects للقريب with examples
  6. The typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “Enna” are dual مثنى with examples

Who is The Target Audience?

  1. Intermediate and advanced students, who are curious about improving Arabic language, this course is not for student with zero Arabic knowledge.
  2. This course is ideal for you if you already enrolled in the Ultimate Arabic course (Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Level 4).
  3. This course is for you if you like to learn using a proven system and well-structured method.
Get full access to 7+ hours of video Arabic lessons and learn everything you need to ‎know about pronouns and forming questions and the typical syntax of ‎إن وأخواتها‎ ‎

Course Requirements

  1. You need to have beginner or intermediate level of Arabic
  2. This course is designed in plain English, so you need to have knowledge in English

Course Curriculum

Lesson 01: Introduction to types of demonstrative pronouns in Arabic
06:28
Lesson 02: How to use demonstrative pronouns independently for near and far objects with examples
05:52
Lesson 03: How to use demonstrative pronouns in a phrase (demonstrative phrases) with examples
09:39
Lesson 04: How to use demonstrative phrases with e.da.aa.fa.h° construction with examples
12:53
Lesson 05: How to use demonstrative pronouns with possessed nouns with examples
04:58
Lesson 06: How to use demonstrative phrases with proper names with examples
02:53
Lesson 07: How to use demonstrative pronouns as demonstrative clauses with examples
03:11
Lesson 08: How to use demonstrative clauses with separated pronouns (copula) with examples
07:04
Lesson 09: How to use adverb and locative demonstrative pronouns with examples
11:27
Lesson 10: How to use selfsame demonstrative pronouns with examples
03:34
Lesson 11: Introduction to interrogation words and how to ask questions in Arabic
07:11
Lesson 12: How to ask a question using the interrogation word “a.yyo” (which, which one, what) with examples
06:00
Lesson 13: How to ask a question using the interrogation word “ka.m°” (how much, how many) with examples
06:29
Lesson 14: How to ask a question using the interrogation word “ka.y°.fa” (how) with examples
04:01
Lesson 15: How to ask a question using the interrogation word “le.ma.aa.dza.aa” (why?, what for?) with examples
04:05
Lesson 16: How to ask a question using the interrogation words “ma.aa. and ,ma.aa.dza.aa” (what) with examples
11:27
Lesson 17: How to ask a question using the interrogation words “ma.n°” (who) with examples
05:36
Lesson 18: How to ask a question using the interrogation words “ma.ta.aa” (when) with examples
05:09
Lesson 19: How to ask a question using the interrogation words “ha.l°” (Yes or No questions) with examples
06:11
Lesson 20: Introduction to Enna and its sisters
03:49
Lesson 21: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Enna” are singular with examples
17:57
Lesson 22: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Enna” are dual with examples
11:08
Lesson 23: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Enna” are masculine sound plural with examples
09:29
Lesson 24: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Enna” are feminine sound plural with examples
10:37
Lesson 25: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Enna” are broken plural with examples
09:13
Lesson 26: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Anna” are singular with examples
20:30
Lesson 27: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Anna” are dual with examples
15:03
Lesson 28: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Anna” are masculine sound plural with examples
12:55
Lesson 29: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Anna” are feminine sound plural with examples
12:31
Lesson 30: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Anna” are broken plural with examples
11:30
Lesson 31: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Ka-Anna” are singular with examples
09:57
Lesson 32: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Ka-Anna” are dual with examples
14:03
Lesson 33: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Ka-Anna” are masculine sound plural with examples
09:32
Lesson 34: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Ka-Anna” are feminine sound plural with examples
12:09
Lesson 35: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Ka-Anna” are broken plural with examples
07:52
Lesson 36: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Layta” are singular with examples
13:10
Lesson 37: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Layta” are dual with examples
14:36
Lesson 38: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Layta” are masculine sound plural with examples
10:34
Lesson 39: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Layta” are feminine sound plural with examples
12:06
Lesson 40: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “Layta” are broken plural with examples
10:58
Lesson 41: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.’a.lla” are singular with examples
12:16
Lesson 42: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.’a.lla” are dual with examples
13:17
Lesson 43: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.’a.lla” are masculine sound plural with examples
09:57
Lesson 44: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.’a.lla” are feminine sound plural with examples
11:33
Lesson 45: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.’a.lla” are broken plural with examples
09:44
Lesson 46: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are singular with examples
07:48
Lesson 47: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are dual with examples
07:47
Lesson 48: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are masculine sound plural with examples
07:39
Lesson 49: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are feminine sound plural with examples
07:51
Lesson 50: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are broken plural with examples
08:16
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03:16

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Instructor Rating

Haytham Ibrahim, Prof.

Hi there,‎
This is Haytham Ibrahim, highly qualified Arabic language lecturer. I’m an expert in TAFL ‎‎‎(Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language.)‎

Maybe — if you are interested in learning Arabic Language — you have come across my name ‎‎before. I’m the Author of the Real Arabic Courses and founder of Aralingo Apps.‎

I have been teaching Arabic to Arab natives and non-natives for more than 12 years and certified as an Official Mind Map Licensed Instructor (BLI)‎

I have taught 1000s of students to learn Arabic language in short time using my own system, Real ‎‎Arabic lingo system.‎

I have created and designed all of my courses according to:‎
‎1- CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) and
‎2- ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages)‎

After taking my courses, you could sit with confidence for all major Arabic examinations.‎
For the past 12 years, I have been encountering 100% of success rate with all of my students who ‎‎undertaken my courses.‎

I have managed professional training programs ranging from a one-day talk to a seventeen-day ‎‎international integrated course on Arabic language learning and linguistics studies.‎

I created Real Arabic courses and Aralingo Apps in Malaysia, Egypt & online. I have a great team working with me to keep Aralingo and Real Arabic courses at the top of Arabic courses and apps. I understand business, I have one – so I know how important it is to get it right and make it work for you.

To learn more about my courses, books, and apps, visit my official website.‎
I wish you good luck in learning Arabic language.‎

Best Regards,‎
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