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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Arabic Grammar is the set of structural rules governing the composition of clauses, phrases, and words in the Arabic language. It also involves the study of phonology, morphology, and syntax in the Arabic language.

Learning Arabic grammar will not only help you to be fluent in reading, writing, and speaking in Arabic but also improves your relationship with friends, family, colleagues, and most importantly, your faith. After all, studying Arabic grammar for Quran can improve your comprehension of this holy book to help you better understand each revelation delivered from Allah to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Quran Oasis has highly-qualified Arabic teachers who will teach you all the grammatical constructs of the Arabic language to help you develop an in-depth understanding of how to construct Arabic sentences and how they change in different situations.

Our professional native Arabic tutors will start with you from the basic concepts in Arabic grammar to advanced linguistics and more complex sentence formation

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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

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