Standard Arabic course
Standard Arabic course
Learning the secrets and rules of the Arabic language is crucial when you are planning to learn to recite the Holy Quran. It is the language of the Holy Quran through which Divine Inspiration has dictated guidance to our Prophet Mohamed, peace be upon him.
Moreover, you will get a general aptitude for the linguistics involved in Arabic. It can also be a means to develop good communication skills if you are seeking employment or simply wish to visit Arabic-speaking countries.
The course has been designed especially for non-Arab speakers. Our teaching methodologies focus to elevate the fluency level of non-Arab speakers.
This course is divided into three steps i.e. Step 1, Step 2, and Step 3.
As a starter, we’ll make you focus on the recognition of Arabic letters and their phonetics.
Now that you have learned Arabic phonetics and the composition of alphabets into words, we move on to Step 2. This Step focuses on general speaking and correct sentence formation. Our teachers engage students in simple Arabic conversations on a range of topics.
You’ll be introduced to the following:
- Roots and patterns
- The definite article
- Arabic proper names
- Possessive pronouns
- Interrogative pronouns
- Masculine and feminine forms
- Forming a question
- Present tense verb conjugation
- The past tense, the future tense
- Negation of the past tense
- Fronted predicates
- Translating text with a dictionary
With this Step, you will enter into advanced learning. To reach this level you must be able to recognize and pronounce Arabic letters and compose them into short words.
This level focuses on more advanced studies where you’ll learn selected topics in grammar and literature.
By the end of this course, you’ll acquire:
- Fluency in reading Arabic literature
- Fluency in reciting the Quran
- Excellent recognition of letters, their formations, and compositions
- Confidence to hold meaningful conversations in Arabic.
Our teachers are graduates of Al-Azhar University with Ijazah in the Arabic language. They are native Arab speakers from Egypt, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia. They have mastered modern teaching practices and techniques.
Our live one-on-one sessions make use of advanced technological equipment to improve class participation and student learning experience.