ISO 9001 : 2015 Certified Institute Provides*** New Spoken Arabic Batches : 20-AUG-2018, 2.30-4.00PM & 7.00-8.30PM *** Spoken English Batches : 20-AUG-2018, 9.00 -10.30 AM & 3.00- 4.30PM*** 
SPOKEN ARABIC

Beginner

Prior Knowledge and Skills

This course is for learners with little or no knowledge of the Arabic Language.

 

Course Aim

At the end of the course learners should be able to communicate on a basis level with Arabic speakers in Arabic speaking countries, and have an increased understanding of Arabic people, their way of life and your appreciation of cultural diversity. The curriculum is designed to provide learning experiences based on real life situations.

 

Revision

Language is learned best with maximum contact and usage. Home exercises will be designed for revision and consolidation of each course segment. Revision is most effective when undertaken regularly in short session.

 

Further Study Options

Learners who wish to pursue further studies of this language can enroll in any of the SELF EXAMINE Arabic Level Courses.



 (1)              . Introduction to Arabic Alphabet

 (2)              . Focus on the first group of letters 

 (3)              . Introduction to 3 short vowels

 (4)              . First person: ‘I’ 

 (5)              . Focus on the second group of letters                                                                                   

 (6)              . Joining letters

 (7)              . Introducing gender

 (8)              . Second person ‘you’

 (9)              . Introducing your family & Focus on the third group of letters

 (10)           . Introducing ‘my’and simple possession

 (11)           . Introducing third person singular ‘he’

 (12)           . Interrogatives ‘what’ and ‘who’

 (13)           . Demonstratives ‘this’

 (14)           . Talking about professions & Focus on the fourth group of letters

 (15)           . Introducing ‘your’

 (16)           . Introducing first person plural ‘we’

 (17)           . Introducing third person plural ‘they’

 (18)           . Sound masculine/feminine plural forms

 (19)           . Interrogatives ‘where’

 (20)           . Introducing case endings/nominative



Elementary

                                                                  

 (1)                   . Introducing the definite article                                                     

 (2)                   . Introducing ‘May I have/ I want…’

 (3)                   . Introducing negatives ‘I don’t want’

 (4)                   . Introducing ‘ I love’ / ‘I don’t love’       

 (5)                   . Basic prepositions and adverbs of places

 (6)                   . Pronunciation focus: Sun letters

 (7)                   . Introducing: hamza

 (8)                   . Interrogatives: ‘yes’ /’no’ particle

 (9)                   . Introducing case ending: Genitive3

 (10)                . More adverbs of place

 (11)                . Using ‘there is/there isn’t…but’

 (12)                . Idafa constructions

 (13)                . Collective plurals/group words

 (14)                . More on case endings: Genitive

 (15)                . Introducing: Nisba adjectives

 (16)                . Plurals of Nisba adjectives 

 (17)                 . Focus on numbers 1-10 spellings/rules

 (18)                 . Numerals

 (19)                 . Days of the week

 (20)                 . Introducing the dual form

 (21)                 . Interrogatives: ‘how much/many’

 (22)                 . Introducing the forms of ‘to have’

 (23)                 . Introducing the accusative case    

 

 

  LESSON ONE: HEADS OF STATE

 LESSON TWO: CITIES AND COUNTRIES 

 LESSON THREE: OFFICIAL TITLES

 LESSON FOUR: GEOGRAPHY

 LESSON FIVE: SYSTEMS OF GOVERNMENT 

 LESSON SIX: REVIEW

 LESSON SEVEN: GEOGRAPHY II 

 LESSON EIGHT: LOST LUGGAGE 

 LESSON NINE: GETTING ACQUAINTED 

 LESSON TEN: ESTABLISHING COMMON GROUND

 LESSON ELEVEN: SEEKING AND GIVING INFORMATION

 LESSON TWELVE: PERSONAL NEEDS AND FAMILY

 LESSON THIRTEEN: REVIEW

 LESSON FOURTEEN: HANDLING A PROBLEM

 LESSON FIFTEEN: EATING OUT

 LESSON SIXTEEN: BARGAINING AND BUYING 

 Arabic-English Glossary

 English-Arabic Glossary

 Appendix 1: Names of the Months and Months of the Islamic Calendar

Appendix 2: Summary Verb List by Form and Verbal Noun
                                                                                                                                                             





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