MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.80 GB | Duration: 1h 27m
Learn easy and basic Arabic Language in a few days.
What you’ll learn
Letter forms; initial, medial, and final. • To use the language in dealing with others, through various topics. • Masculine & Feminine • Long vowels, short Vow
• Features and Interesting Facts about Arabic language,read, write, and use the Alphabet successfully, connecting, and non-connecting cursive script.
• Greetings • Colors • Parts of house • Around town • At the restaurant
• Subject Pronouns & Possessive Yaa • Demonstratives • Prepositions • Essential Expressions • Numbers (1 – 1000000) • People and family • Days, Months • How to
No previous knowledge of Arabic needed.
Basic English language level that enables learner understand illustration.
Marhaban, welcome to Arabic for non-Arabic Speakers course. Before we begin, let’s go over what you’ll see in this course. This practical course will help you acquire the necessary tools to accomplish this goal, whether your focus is vocabulary, grammar, or pronunciation.To master the four key skills of a language-listening, speaking, reading, and writing, each section is divided into lessons (videos) with clear instructions and explanations including many helpful examples and learning tips.This course includes Arabic script to help you get started with reading and handwriting. However, you should rely mostly on the videos to improve you pronunciation skills.We will mainly focus on Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), and practical vocabulary, expressions, and basic grammar that are used in the Arabic-speaking world.The most basic thing to know about Arabic script is that it’s written and read from right to left. There are twenty-eight letters in the Arabic alphabet. Arabic is a cursive script, meaning that most letters are connected to the ones before and after them. There are six exceptional letters that don’t connect to the ones that come after them, we will cover them later.You’ll learn a bunch of useful vocabulary and phrases that are relevant to the topic of the lesson. Try to memorize them. Exercises appear after a group of lessons. These exercises help you practice what you have learned.Try not to do too much at a time. Instead, try to work with the material ideally on daily basis or several times a week for about 30 minutes without interruption. Before you start with the lessons in section 2, try to familiarize yourself with the Arabic alphabet, script, and pronunciation. Are you ready? Let’s go.
Section 1: Arabic Alphabet
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Letters Alif to Kha’a ( أ to خ )
Lecture 3 Letters Daal to Sheen ( د to ش )
Lecture 4 Letters Sad to Kaaf ( ص to ك )
Lecture 5 Letters Laam to Meem ( ل to م )
Lecture 6 Letters ( ن to ي )
Lecture 7 Hamza ء
Lecture 8 Haa and Taa Marboutah ( هـ and ة )
Section 2: Basic Grammar
Lecture 9 Exceptional Six non-connecting letters.
Lecture 10 Long Vowels
Lecture 11 Short Vowels & Diacritical Marks
Lecture 12 Definite Article ( ال التعريف )
Lecture 13 Alif Maqsourah ( الألف المقصورة
Lecture 14 Lam Alif – Exceptional Case
Lecture 15 Subject Pronouns & Possessive Yaa ( ي الملكية )
Lecture 16 Demonstratives
Lecture 17 Preposition
Section 3: Essential Expressions
Lecture 18 Essential Expressions
Lecture 19 People and Family
Lecture 20 Colors
Lecture 21 Numbers: 1-1000,000
Lecture 22 House
Lecture 23 How to ask (Questions)?
Lecture 24 Around Town
Lecture 25 Time Expressions
Lecture 26 At the Restaurant
Students who are interested in learning the Arabic language.,People who are regularly in contact with Arabic-speaking community.,Business professionals who are in liaisons with Arabic speakers.,Learners who will be stationed in an Arabic speaking country or region.