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Arabic Language Course


The Arabic language is the primary key for reading, memorizing and understanding the noble Qur’an, Islamic sciences and Islamic studies. Therefore, every Muslim should try to learn the Arabic language to the extent that it benefits him in matters of his religion and helps him to read, research and learn. We have taken into account the development of curricula for the Arabic language, divided into three consecutive stages. You’ll also study Arabic Grammar which is the set of structural rules governing the composition of clauses, phrases, and words in the Arabic language. It’s essential to understand the Arabic language in-depth and excel in it. Not to mention that it has a great role in learning Quran with tajweed. Moreover, when you learn Arabic grammar, you’ll be able to have an easier time learning other languages spoken in the region, such as Farsi or Persian, Turkish, Urdu, and even Hebrew.

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Course Overview

Arabic is projected to have 422 million native and non-native speakers worldwide, placing it in fifth place among the most commonly spoken languages in the world. Arabic has a long and illustrious history that is both rich and varied.

The scientific, academic, literary, and aesthetic production of Arabic speakers made up a significant amount of the world’s premodern knowledge. Arabic is spoken as the predominant language in 26 different nations across the Middle East and North Africa. Of the 30 different dialects of Arabic that are now recognized.

We provide an Arabic language course that is divided into two distinct parts.

1. Arabic Conversation Course
2. Arabic Grammar Course


Firstly, we teach the student the basics of the Arabic language in terms of the forms of letters, their names and their sounds, the basic signs needed to pronounce the word proper pronunciation and the composition of the word and the sentence and the difference between the similar letters in the sound or form and the basic director of this level is the output of a student who is able to read the Arabic text correctly.

Secondly, we teach the student the Arabic vocabulary and creating the largest possible outcome for him to use in understanding the texts of the Arabic language, whether in the written or spoken text and to also understand the meanings of the noble words of the Qur’an and Islamic books, and also enables him to conduct conversations in the Arabic language with those who are proficient in speaking this language

Eventually, we teach the student the rules of the Arabic language (grammar) to properly set the sentence in terms of pronunciation, composition and expression. This is done by professors specializing in this field, as this stage is the most accurate and the most difficult of the three stages, but due to what our teachers have from previous experiences In this field, the matter is smooth, simple, and desirable for the student, with whom he can perceive, understand and apply.

Arabic Conversation Course

This course is intended for students who already have some familiarity with the Arabic language and wish to advance their conversational and speaking abilities and fluency. With the assistance of native arab tutors, students will work their way up from the beginner level to fluency in the language by participating in a wide variety of language activities and exercises that cover all the fundamentals of Arabic.

The ultimate goal of this course is to assist students in developing their Arabic language skills in an efficient and enjoyable manner so that they can become proficient speakers. Students will swiftly improve their essential Arabic abilities by participating in this Arabic Conversation Course, which will help students become more comfortable conversing in Arabic.

What Will You Learn?

In this course, you will learn how to speak Arabic to other people in a variety of settings and circumstances in an easy way. The Arabic teacher will make that conversation with you while you are in class.

Learning Objectives

The lesson is to be divided up into pieces, and each component is going to include numerous words, phrases, and whole conversations written in Arabic about:

  • Arabic greetings and responses
  • Family
  • The house
  • Daily life
  • Food and drinks
  • The prayer
  • In the School
  • In the work
  • Arabic conversation in the market
  • The weather
  • People and places
  • Hajj and umrah
  • Health Care

Arabic Grammar Course

The primary goal of this Arabic Grammar Course is to present the fundamentals of the language’s grammar in a straightforward and understandable format. Regardless of your age or degree of proficiency in Arabic, learning the language will benefit you. The curriculum’s three tiers reflect the input of eminent academics from Islamic institutions. From complete novice to seasoned pro, this course will offer you a firm grounding in Arabic grammar.

In particular, we will examine how to structure an Arabic grammar course such that you progress from knowing how to utter a few words to be able to grasp complicated phrases, without becoming bored or giving up. After finishing the Arabic Grammar Course, students will be able to speak in Arabic, grasp the hadith in Arabic, and translate fundamental passages from the Quran with ease.

What Will You Learn?

The capacity to communicate in Arabic is built on a firm foundation of knowledge of “the rules for forming clauses, sentences, and words.” You will learn grammar for pupils to improve their language skills since it helps them get a deeper comprehension of how language functions.

Learning Objectives

  • Parts of speech (the noun, the verb, the Harf, the vowels, the verbal noun)
  • Sun and moon words in Arabic
  • Gender in the Arabic language
  • Sound plural in Arabic
  • Singular, dual and plural in Arabic
  • Arabic pronouns
  • Arabic Possessive pronouns
  • Arabic Demonstrative pronouns
  • Arabic relative pronouns
  • Arabic interrogative pronounce
  • Arabic sentence
  • Arabic nominal sentence
  • Arabic verbal sentence
  • Mubtada and Khabar
  • Arabic adjectives
  • Arabic tenses
  • Arabic numerals

FAQs about the course

Is learning Arabic easy?

Arabic is commonly regarded as one of the most difficult languages to master, with just a handful of other languages, such as Japanese, ranking higher in terms of its level of complexity. Additionally, if you are a natural speaker of English or a romance language, it is supposedly even more difficult for you to do so.

What books will the teacher use in that course?

  • Al Arabi Bin Yadik
  • Madina Arabic Book

Other books that are relevant to the subject can also be utilized by teachers.

What should I start with, a grammar or conversation course for beginners?

You must first begin an Arabic-speaking course, often known as a conversation course, before moving on to an Arabic rules course. Another helpful activity for beginners is to become familiar with the Arabic alphabet. This step cannot be skipped. To read, write, and communicate effectively in Arabic, you must first become fluent in the language’s alphabet.

Can I learn Arabic in 3 months?

Those who are studying Arabic can start speaking the language in as little as three months if they are dedicated to the task and have a strong enthusiasm for it. The most important thing you can do is fully commit to the objective and put all of your efforts into learning the language.

This comes as the results of a comprehensive study conducted by an Arabic language institution indicated that at least three out of every five citizens who do not speak Arabic would like to learn it.

Are Arabic and Urdu the same?

The two languages have a strong connection, which accounts for the many parallels that exist between them. Urdu, on the other hand, is a member of the Indo-European language family, whereas Arabic is a member of the Afro-Asiatic language family. This is the primary distinction between the two languages.

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