Last Updated: May 12, 2024

Beyond Basics: Advanced Arabic Learning with the Q & A Method - Part 2

Exploring Arabic Linguistics: A Q&A Approach to Advanced Language Learning

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Course Description

Welcome to “Learn Arabic Using the Q & A Method – Part 2,” the continuation of our immersive language exploration guided by expert instructor Haytham. This advanced course builds on the foundations laid in Part 1, delving deeper into the intricacies of the Arabic language through a dynamic Questions and Answers (Q&A) methodology.

In this course, we tackle complex topics, such as the existence of English tenses in Arabic, the gender attribution of nouns like أَرْضٌ, and the possibility of using masculine adjectives for feminine nouns. Haytham addresses questions about abbreviations in Arabic, explores the nuances between different expressions like كُتِبَ الدَّرْسُ and الدَّرْسُ مَكْتُوبٌ, and elucidates the various types of predicates in nominal sentences.

Students will gain a profound understanding of language subtleties, including the distinctions between أَوْ and أَمْ, the concept of the hidden pronoun الضَّمِيـرُ المُسْتَتِـرُ, and the expression of the verb ‘to have’ in Arabic. The course also demystifies the ‘Interpreted Verbal Noun,’ providing insights into its meaning and formation.

Join us on this advanced language journey, where questions lead to profound insights, and the Q&A method becomes a gateway to mastering the intricacies of the Arabic language.


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What Will I Learn?

  • By the end of this course you will:

    Explore the intricacies of English tenses in Arabic and understand their counterparts in the Arabic language.

    Navigate the gender attribution of nouns like أَرْضٌ and comprehend gender-related nuances in Arabic.

    Investigate the possibility of using masculine adjectives for feminine nouns, unraveling language intricacies.

    Gain insights into the existence of abbreviations in Arabic, comparable to English usage.

    Differentiate between expressions like كُتِبَ الدَّرْسُ and الدَّرْسُ مَكْتُوبٌ, understanding their unique nuances.

    Explore the various types of predicates in nominal sentences, enhancing sentence construction skills.

    Delve into the distinctions between أَوْ and أَمْ, grasp the concept of the hidden pronoun الضَّمِيـرُ المُسْتَتِـرُ, and master the expression of the verb ‘to have’ in Arabic.

Course Contents

Introducing the course
02:00
Do All English Tenses Exist in Arabic Language?
03:12
Is the Word أَرْضٌ Masculine or Feminine?
13:45
Is it possible to use a masculine adjective for a feminine noun?
12:00

Are there abbreviations in Arabic, like ‘etc.’ in English?
15:10
What are the different types of the predicate of the nominal sentence?
14:50
What’s the difference between the two phrases كُتِبَ الدَّرْسُ and الدَّرْسُ مَكْتُوبٌ?
What is the difference between أَوْ and أَمْ?

What is the hidden pronoun in Arabic language? الضَّمِيـرُ المُسْتَتِـرُ
12:45
How to express verb ‘to have’ in Arabic Language?
14:50
What is the Meaning of the So-Called ‘Interpreted Verbal Noun’ and how it is formed?
11:30
Course Conclusion and what next.
17:50

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COURSE INSTRUCTOR
Haytham Ibrahim
Meet Haytham Ibrahim, Ph.D., a renowned expert in TAFL (Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language) and an accomplished entrepreneur. You may have already heard of him if you're interested in learning Arabic. Haytham is the mastermind behind the Real Arabic courses, which have already attracted over 50,000 students. He's also the founder of Aralingo LLC, among other thriving businesses. Join the many students who have benefited from Haytham's expertise and experience in the world of Arabic language learning.
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