Arabic Grammar

Arabic Grammar

Learning Arabic grammar will not only help you to be fluent in reading, writing, and speaking in Arabic but also improves your relationship with others.

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Given the complexity of Arabic, learning its rules may be difficult for both native and non-native speakers, but putting them into practice can pay off in the long run. By studying Quranic Arabic grammar, you will not only become more fluent in the language but also get a deeper grasp of Islam. If you study Arabic grammar, you would be better able to comprehend the revelations that Allah sent to our prophet (PBUH), as well as the Sunnah of Allah’s Messenger. As a result, Arabic grammar is helpful for all levels of Arabic speakers, including native and experienced speakers.

Our Arabic grammar classes at the Quran classes institute are arranged to accommodate the needs of the students, allowing them to easily fit into their daily schedules without worrying about conflicts with jobs or school. Moreover, if we are informed in advance that the previous schedule needs to be changed, we may plan make-up lessons or reschedule classes. To get the greatest outcomes, we carefully choose the top instructional resources created by qualified Arabic teachers and Islamic experts. Students get their progress reports after each lesson so they may focus on their areas of weakness while preserving their strengths.

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    In the Arabic Grammar course, you will learn:

    • Singular Demonstrative Pronouns (This, That)
    • Masculine and Feminine
    • Numbers (11-100)
    • Types of Words (Verb, Nouns, Prepositions)
    • Present, Past, Future Tenses
    • Simple Sentence Formulation
    • Personal Pronouns, Location Adverbs, and Directions
    • Dual Forms & Dual Demonstrative Pronouns
    • Plurals & Plural Demonstrative Pronouns (e.g. they)
    • Interrogative Pronouns & Imperative Verbs
    • Negation
    • Verb Pronoun Composition
    • Word Roots
    • Subjective and Objective Nouns
    • The Kan Verb
    • Preferential Form
    • Adjectives
    • Conditional Statements & Circumstantial Clause
    • Advanced Preferential Forms & Passive Forms
    • Simplified Metaphors