15 episodes

On successful completion of the course, students will be able to:· recognize, write and correctly pronounce the Arabic alphabet as well as understand the diacritic marks
(al-harakaat) that affect the pronunciation of certain vowels and consonants · acquire a basic vocabulary · understand and ask simple questions · communicate in Arabic about simple familiar
subjects · use greetings· introduce themselves: family and background, interests · read short texts and write simple texts about familiar topics · recognize simple grammatical constructions
and use them

Arabic for Beginners I School of Humanities an Media Studies

    • Education
    • 3.5 • 106 Ratings

On successful completion of the course, students will be able to:· recognize, write and correctly pronounce the Arabic alphabet as well as understand the diacritic marks
(al-harakaat) that affect the pronunciation of certain vowels and consonants · acquire a basic vocabulary · understand and ask simple questions · communicate in Arabic about simple familiar
subjects · use greetings· introduce themselves: family and background, interests · read short texts and write simple texts about familiar topics · recognize simple grammatical constructions
and use them

    • video
    L01 Introduction to Arabic I

    L01 Introduction to Arabic I

    An introduction to Arabic I.

    • 6 min
    • video
    L02 Grammar lesson 1

    L02 Grammar lesson 1

    The first of 14 grammar lessons/presentations for arabic I.

    • 18 min
    • video
    L03 Grammar lesson 2

    L03 Grammar lesson 2

    The second part of the Arabic alphabet, personal pronouns (singular).

    • 14 min
    • video
    L04 Grammar lesson 3

    L04 Grammar lesson 3

    In the third grammar lesson we discuss gender, suffix pronouns and very easy nominal sentences.

    • 13 min
    • video
    L05 Grammar lesson 4

    L05 Grammar lesson 4

    In the fourth grammar lesson the definite article and demonstrative pronouns are discussed. We are also expanding on nominal sentences.

    • 15 min
    • video
    L06 Grammar lesson 5

    L06 Grammar lesson 5

    The sound plural, questions, plural pronouns.

    • 11 min

Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5
106 Ratings

106 Ratings

SFPixie ,

Useful in combination with an immersion course

I am currently studying Arabic using a "total immersion" course, which teaches the language by giving you example words and sentences, without ever giving translations or grammar rules or any of those things. Because Arabic grammar is profoundly different from European languages, it is almost impossible to infer the rules only from examples. This course gives a good summary of the rules, with a number of examples. There are numerous problems with the production values, including poor audio (speaking too softly and also moving the microphone), numerous typos in both the English and the Arabic text, extraneous material appearing on screen (several times, an Internet Explorer window pops onto the screen for no reason), plus the fact that the lessons are out of order and #10 is inexplicably missing. However, I still found it very useful in understanding the basics of Arabic grammar after three months in an immersion course. Just click on the heading to sort the lessons by Title to put them in correct sequence.

Anujjaaaaa ,

Amazing

Looking forward for more helpful videos

Hanan-qtr ,

👏🏻

Really good lessons

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