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Learning Arabic - Beginner, Intermediate, Upper
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Path to Arabic - Learning Arabic Overview

4 Levels - Beginner to Advanced

On the Path to Arabic platform, you'll get access to 4 different levels with various lessons. Each lesson was designed to progress through the Arabic learning in a step-by-step bite-sized manner to ensure you absorb the content and keep motivated.

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Level 1 - Arabic Beginners

On the first few lessons of Level 1, students will get familiar with the basics of the Arabic language. You'll learn the alphabet and the structure of the language. Through fun and practical Arabic learning, students will learn a lot of vocabulary, grammar, and structure.

By the end of level 1, students will be able to form sentences and carry on small conversations in a day-to-day Arabic environment.

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Lesson 1: The Alphabet (Pronunciation and Connecting Letters) – Part 1

Lesson 2: The Alphabet (More Pronunciations and Connecting Letters) – Part 2

Lesson 3: The Alphabet (Concluding Letters and Pronunciations) – Part 3

Lesson 4: Vowels (Altashkeel)

Lesson 5: Demonstrative Adjectives

Lesson 6: Masculine and feminine

Lesson 7: Question (yes & no question)

Lesson 8: Greetings

Lesson 9: (Singular) Pronouns

Lesson 10: The definite article (ال)

Lesson 11: The Nesba Adjective

Lesson 12: Numbers 1 to 10 and the Days of the Week

Lesson 13: Possessive Endings and how to Describe Yourself and your Family

Lesson 14: The Idaffa (Possessive Construction)

Lesson 15: Describing the Weather

Lesson 16: Dual Form

Lesson 17: Plural Form

Lesson 18: Plural Pronouns and Possessive Endings with Plural Nouns

Lesson 19: Vocabulary on Household Items

Lesson 20: How to Ask Questions using the Adverb “Where?”

Lesson 21: How to Ask for Directions

Lesson 22: How to Describe what You Have and Don’t Have & How to use ‘I have’

Lesson 23: Learning Vocabulary and Conversations for use in the Market

Lesson 24: Numbers 10 to 20 and How to ask “How Many?”

Lesson 25: How to form a Complete Sentence

 

Level 2 - Arabic Intermediate

On Level 2, as the Arabic learners progress through the Path to Arabic, they will dive deeper into building more challenging sentences, such as questions, negations, and the past tense. Also, you will reinforce vocabulary and add more words to your Arabic repertoire.

Once you finish level 2, you'll be able to take your Arabic interactions much further, in speaking, listening, writing and understanding.

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Lesson 1: How to Use, Form and Answer Questions

Lesson 2: How to form Nominal Sentences

Lesson 3: Nominative and Genitive Ending Cases

Lesson 4: More Nominative and Genitive Ending Cases with Plural Pronouns

Lesson 5: Different Types of Predicates (Alkhabar)

Lesson 6: More Vocabulary on Household Items

Lesson 7: Learning about Colours

Lesson 8: Verbs in Present Tense with Singular Nouns

Lesson 9: More Verbs in Present Tense with Plural and Dual Verbs

Lesson 10: Learning Ordinal Numbers

Lesson 11: Questions about the subject of ‘Time’

Lesson 12: Body parts and how to Converse with the Doctor

Lesson 13: Learning Numbers up to 100

Lesson 14: How to form Verbal Sentences

Lesson 15: How to use Relative Pronouns

Lesson 16: Grammar Rules and Accusative Verb in Present Tense

Lesson 17: Negation of the Present Tense

Lesson 18: Negation of the Nominal Sentence

Lesson 19: Nominal Sentence with Fronted Predicate

Lesson 20: Verbs in Future Tense with Pronouns

Lesson 21: Subjunctive Verbs in Present Tense

Lesson 22: Learning Past Tense

Lesson 23: The Root and the Pattern

Lesson 24: Learning the Past Tense of the Verb ‘To Be’

Lesson 25: Negation of the Past Tense

Lesson 26: Forming verbs of a Root and Learning different Patterns for a verb

 

Level 3 - Arabic Upper Intermediate

For Arabic students in the Upper Intermediate level, the lessons will focus on important verb tenses, compositions, and variations of the language. At this level, students have a good understanding of the Arabic language, and the goal is to take it one step further in each class.

When you conclude level 3, you will have a great understanding of the language and its structure.

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Lesson 1: Composing Idafa and Modaf Elaihi

Lesson 2: Strong and Weak Verbs with Weak Initial Letters

Lesson 3: Strong and Weak Verbs with Pronouns

Lesson 4: Indeclinable and Declinable Verbs

Lesson 5: Nouns that ends with Ya or Alef

Lesson 6: Rules of using Past Tense

Lesson 7: Rules of using Imperative Tense

Lesson 8: Rules of using Present Tense

Lesson 9: Present Tense and Nominative Present Tense

Lesson 10: Present Tense and Subjunctive Present Tense

Lesson 11: Jussive Present Tense

Lesson 12: The Subject and Types of the Subject

Lesson 13: The Passive Subject with Past and Present Tense

Lesson 14: The Object and Types of Objects

Lesson 15: The Five Nouns

Lesson 16: Inna and its associated words with Nominal Sentences

Lesson 17: Kana and its associated words with Nominal Sentences

Lesson 18: Almizan Elsarfi

Lesson 19: Diminution and Augmentation Verbs

Lesson 20: Verbal Nouns with different Forms – Part 1

Lesson 21: Verbal Nouns with more Forms – Part 2

Level 4 - Arabic Advanced

At the advanced level, students can learn complex vocabulary and grammatical structures. The lessons will cover participles, specific verbs, vocative, appositives and much more.

By completing level 4, you'll get a thorough understanding and command of the Arabic language.

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Lesson 1: The Active Participle

Lesson 2: The Passive Participle

Lesson 3: Nouns of Place and Time

Lesson 4: Nomen Vicis and the Act Noun

Lesson 5: The Instrument and Hyperbole Nouns

Lesson 6: Looking up the Lexicon

Lesson 7: Verbs for Almost, Hope and Beginning

Lesson 8: La Alnafya Lelgans

Lesson 9: Cognate Accusatives (types of objects)

Lesson 10: Causative and Concomitant Grammar

Lesson 11: Adverbials

Lesson 12: Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

Lesson 13: Adverbs

Lesson 14: The Vocative

Lesson 15: Specification

Lesson 16: Numbers and Combined Numbers

Lesson 17: The Exception

Lesson 18: Appositives (Adjective)

Lesson 19: Appositives (Syndesis)

Lesson 20: Appositives (Apposition)

Lesson 21: Appositives (Affirmation)

Lesson 22: The Diptote Noun

Lesson 23: The Conditional

Lesson 24: Alef Elwasl and Hamzat Alqat’ (The Rules of Writing Hamza)

 

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What's included in Path to Arabic subscription

With over 200 videos and interactive activities
Path to Arabic is a highly effective learning tool.

  Access to all 4 levels


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  Access to Arabic Engage program


  Access to Arabic Unlock program


  Certificate for each completed level


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The secret to learning Arabic

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you'll be able to learn Arabic at your own pace whiles having fun.

Through our own learning experiences and many of our students' experiences, we noticed that the key to learning Arabic is to enjoy the process. When it comes to tackling the Arabic language, having fun and staying motivated are absolute must.

At Path to Arabic, we strive for creating fun and engaging classes continuously to make sure you enjoy every Arabic learning moment. Your study advisor and the priority support with native teachers are here to assure you; you are not alone in your learning Arabic journey. The Path to Arabic is here and eager to help you progress at all times.

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