The Ultimate Arabic Course (Level 7) — Step By Step Video Tutorial

Get full access to 9.5 hours of comprehensive video Arabic lessons and learn everything you need to know about ka.aa.na and its sisters كان وأخواتها and Typical e’raab and case ending analysis - Syntax Analysis (E’raab) — نماذج من الإعراب and much more…
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Last updated October 2, 2018
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What Will I Learn?
  • You will be introduced to “kaana” and its sisters — كان وأخواتها
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “kaana” كَان are dual with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “a.s°.baha” أصبح are singular with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “a.s°.baha” أصبح are masculine sound plural with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “mazaala” مازال are dual with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “la.y°.sa”ليس are singular with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “la.y°.sa” ليس are masculine sound plural with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are singular and in the nominative case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are dual and in the accusative case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are dual and in the genitive case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive are masculine sound plural and feminine sound plural and in the nominative case with examples
  • Your will be introduced to adverb of manner (“haal” circumstantial noun) الحال and how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the (“haaal”) is singular with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the (“haal”) الحال is plural with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “kaana” كَان are singular with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “kaana” كَان are masculine sound plural with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “a.s°.baha” أصبح are dual with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “mazaala” مازال are singular with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “mazaala” مازال are masculine sound plural with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “la.y°.sa” ليس are dual with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are singular and in the accusative case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are singular and in the genitive case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are dual and in the nominative case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are masculine sound plural and feminine sound plural and in the accusative case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive are masculine sound plural and feminine sound plural in the genitive case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the (“haal”) الحال is dual with examples
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Course Description

Hello and Welcome to The Ultimate Arabic Course (Level 7)
This course covers everything you need to know about ka.aa.na and its sisters كان وأخواتها  and Typical e’raab and case ending analysis – Syntax Analysis (E’raab) — نماذج من الإعراب  and much more…

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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
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Curriculum For This Course

Lesson 01: Introduction to “ka.aa.na” and its sisters
07:42
Lesson 02: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “ka.aa.na” are singular with examples
09:57
Lesson 03: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “ka.aa.na” are dual with examples
10:41
Lesson 04: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “ka.aa.na” are masculine sound plural with examples
08:42
Lesson 05: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “a.s°.ba.ha” are singular with examples
11:10
Lesson 06: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “a.s°.ba.ha” are dual with examples
11:38
Lesson 07: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “a.s°.ba.ha” are masculine sound plural with examples
09:44
Lesson 08: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “ma.za.aa.la” are singular with examples
11:13
Lesson 09: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “ma.za.aa.la” are dual with examples
09:05
Lesson 10: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “ma.za.aa.la” are masculine sound plural with examples
09:01
Lesson 11: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “la.y°.sa” are singular with examples
09:07
Lesson 12: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “la.y°.sa” are dual with examples
09:45
Lesson 13: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “la.y°.sa” are masculine sound plural with examples
07:41
Lesson 14: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the adjective and the substantive are singular and in the accusative case with examples
03:49
Lesson 15: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the adjective and the substantive are singular and in the nominative case with examples
17:57
Lesson 16: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the adjective and the substantive are singular and in the genitive case with examples
11:08
Lesson 17: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the adjective and the substantive are dual and in the accusative case with examples
09:29
Lesson 18: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the adjective and the substantive are dual and in the nominative case with examples
10:37
Lesson 19: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the adjective and the substantive are dual and in the genitive case with examples
09:13
Lesson 20: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the adjective and the substantive are masculine sound plural and feminine sound plural and in the accusative case with examples
20:30
Lesson 21: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the adjective and the substantive are masculine sound plural and feminine sound plural and in the nominative case with examples
15:03
Lesson 22: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the adjective and the substantive are masculine sound plural and feminine sound plural in the genitive case with examples
12:55
Lesson 23: Introducing adverb of manner (“ha.aa.al” circumstantial noun) and how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the (“ha.aa.al”) is singular with examples
12:31
Lesson 24: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the (“ha.aa.al”) is dual with examples
11:30
Lesson 25: How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the (“ha.aa.al”) is plural with examples
12:30
Lesson 26: Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are singular
09:57
Lesson 27: Syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are dual
14:03
Lesson 28: Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are masc. plural
09:32
Lesson 29: Syntax analysis e’raab when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are fem. sound plural
12:09
Lesson 30: Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are broken plural
07:52
Lesson 31: Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Layta” are singular
13:10
Lesson 32: Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Layta” are dual
14:36
Lesson 33: Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Layta” are masc. sound plural
10:34
Lesson 34: Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Layta” are fem. sound plural
12:06
Lesson 35: Typical syntax analysis e’raab when noun & predicate of “Layta” are broken plural
10:58
Lesson 36: Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.’a.lla” are singular
12:16
Lesson 37: Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.’a.lla” are dual
13:17
Lesson 38: Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.’a.lla” are masc. plural
09:57
Lesson 39: Analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.’a.lla” are fem sound plural
11:33
Lesson 40: Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.’a.lla” are broken plural
09:44
Lesson 41: Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are singular
07:48
Lesson 42: Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are dual
07:47
Lesson 43: Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are masc. sound
07:39
Lesson 44: Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are fem. plural
07:51
Lesson 45: Typical syntax e’raab الإعراب when noun and predicate of Laakenna are broken plural
08:16
Lesson 46: Typical syntax (e’raab) when the adjective & the substantive are sing accusative
09:25
Lesson 47: Typical syntax e’raab when the adjective & the substantive are sing. nominative
10:11
Lesson 48: Typical syntax e’raab when the adjective & the substantive are sing. genitive
09:07
Lesson 49: Typical syntax e’raab when the adjective & the substantive are dual accusative
09:51
Lesson 50: Typical syntax e’raab when the adjective & the substantive are dual nominative
07:43
Lesson 51: Typical syntax e’raab when the adjective & the substantive are dual genitive
06:39
Lesson 52: Typical syntax e’raab when adjective & substantive are plural
08:50
Lesson 53: Typical syntax e’raab when the adjective and the substantive are plural nominative
07:16
Lesson 54: Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when adjective & substantive are genitive plural
07:43
Lesson 55: Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the (“ha.aa.al”) الحال is singular
08:55
Lesson 56: Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the (“ha.aa.al”) الحال is dual
09:29
Lesson 57: Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when the (“ha.aa.al”) الحال is plural
09:10

About the Instructor

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Hi there,

This is Haytham Ibrahim, highly qualified Arabic language lecturer. I have a Ph.D. in applied linguistics  — 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 Learn Real Arabic system.

I have been teaching Arabic to Arab natives and non-natives for more than 14 years.

I’m certified as an Official Mind Map Licensed Instructor (BLI)

I have tried countless of methodologies but unfortunately, I have realized that there are not any methodologies which can explain how to Learn Arabic language within a short time.

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Currently, I work as an Arabic English translation expert, terminologist, and Arab cultural and etiquette consultant for many companies and leading businesses in Malaysia.

In the course of my work and study, I have delivered lectures and conducted training and consultation in the following countries:
Egypt, Bahrain, UAE, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Italy, France, Austria, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

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— Author & creator of Learn Real Arabic linguistic system
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Best Regards,

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— Author & Creator of Real Arabic Linguistic System
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