Last Updated: May 3, 2024

Intermediate Arabic Grammar Course: Mastering Language Structure

Get full access to 7+ hours of video Arabic lessons and learn everything you need to ‎know about syntax analysis (e’raab) ‎الإعراب

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Course Description

Arabic Grammar Course Online for Intermediate level students: This Arabic grammar course is designed for intermediate level students who already have a basic understanding of Arabic grammar and vocabulary. Through this course, you will improve your skills in the areas of syntax and morphology, and gain a deeper understanding of the Arabic language.

The course covers a wide range of topics, including verb conjugation, noun declension, adjective agreement, sentence structure, and more. You will learn how to form complex sentences using different grammatical structures and how to apply your knowledge to real-life situations.

In addition to grammar rules and structures, this course also focuses on practical communication skills. You will learn how to use Arabic in various contexts, including social situations, business, and travel. The course includes interactive exercises and activities that will help you practice your skills and build your confidence in speaking, listening, reading, and writing in Arabic.

By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation in Arabic grammar and be able to express yourself fluently in both spoken and written Arabic. Whether you are studying for personal or professional reasons, this Arabic Grammar Course Online Intermediate will help you take your Arabic language skills to the next level.


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What Will I Learn?

  • In this Arabic grammar course for intermediate, you will learn the following:

    1. Independent Usage: Learn to independently deploy demonstrative pronouns for objects in proximity and at a distance, illustrated with practical examples.

    2. Demonstrative Phrases: Discover the incorporation of demonstrative pronouns into phrases, creating demonstrative phrases. Enhance your understanding with clear examples.

    3. E.da.aa.fa.h° Construction: Master the construction of demonstrative phrases with the e.da.aa.fa.h° pattern, gaining proficiency through insightful examples.

    4. Demonstrative Pronouns with Possessed Nouns: Understand the application of demonstrative pronouns in conjunction with possessed nouns. Grasp the concept through illustrative examples.

    5. Demonstrative Phrases with Proper Nouns: Delve into the usage of demonstrative phrases involving proper names. Solidify your comprehension with practical examples.

    6. Demonstrative Pronouns as Clauses: Explore the transformation of demonstrative pronouns into demonstrative clauses, elucidated with clear examples.

    7. Demonstrative Clauses with Separated Pronouns: Learn the integration of demonstrative clauses with separated pronouns (copula), enhancing your linguistic skills with real-world examples.

    8. Adverb and Locative Demonstrative Pronouns: Gain insights into the usage of adverb and locative demonstrative pronouns, supported by relevant examples for practical understanding.

    9. Selfsame Demonstrative Pronouns: Uncover the application of selfsame demonstrative pronouns, refining your language skills through comprehensive examples.

Course Contents

About Your Instructor
02:00
A Message from Haytham
01:30
How to get the most out of this course?
03:12

Introduction to attached pronouns in Arabic
11:00
How to use attached pronouns with singular masculine nouns with examples
09:55
How to use attached pronouns with singular feminine nouns with examples
12:30
How to use attached pronouns with dual masculine nouns in the nominative case with examples
13:55
How to use attached pronouns with dual masculine nouns in the accusative and genitive
09:33
How to use attached pronouns with dual feminine nouns in the nominative case
10:55
How to use attached pronouns with dual feminine nouns in the accusative and genitive
13:00
How to use attached pronouns with masculine sound plural in the nominative case
17:33
How to use attached pronouns with masculine sound plural in the accusative and genitive
15:12
How to use attached pronouns with feminine sound plural in the nominative case with examples
13:50
How to use attached pronouns with feminine sound plural in the accusative and genitive
11:55
How to use attached pronouns with broken plural in the accusative, nominative and genitive
14:55
How to use attached pronouns with verbs in the active present tense with example
22:20
How to use attached pronouns with verbs in the near future tense with examples
23:00
How to use attached pronouns with verbs in the far future tense with examples
19:45
How to use attached pronouns with verbs in the past tense with examples
16:00
How to use attached pronouns with verbs in the imperative with examples
18:45
How to use attached pronouns with one-letter prepositions with examples
13:50
How to use attached pronouns with two-letter prepositions with examples
22:45
How to use attached pronouns with three-letter prepositions with examples
11:00

Noun case ending of singular masculine and singular feminine (accusative, nominative, genitive)
12:44
Noun case ending of dual masculine and dual feminine (accusative, nominative, genitive)
10:50
Noun case ending of masculine sound plural (accusative, nominative and genitive)
13:30
Noun case ending of feminine sound plural (accusative, nominative and genitive)
11:22
Noun case ending of broken plural (accusative, nominative and genitive) with examples
14:11

Introduction to types of sentences in Arabic
13:23
How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) of the nominal sentence of singular
11:43
How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) of the nominal sentence of dual
14:54
How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) of the nominal sentence of masculine
12:22
Jussive prohibitive Particle “laa” when the present tense verb is singular
15:25
How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) of the nominal sentence of feminine
13:24
How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) of the nominal sentence of broken plural
16:33
How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) of the verbal sentence when the doer is singular with examples
12:13
How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) of the verbal sentence when the doer is dual with examples
18:23
How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) of the verbal sentence when the doer is masculine or feminine sound plural with examples
20:43
How to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) of the verbal sentence when the doer is broken plural with examples
15:13
How to convert a verbal sentence into a nominal sentence with examples
22:45

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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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