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Arabic Level 2


 

Level 2 of EC's comprehensive Arabic language programme. The programme incorporates modern and classical Arabic as well as grammar. It is one of the most comprehensive coverages of classical Arabic and grammar available. Students who are looking for serious and focussed study of Arabic in order to access the language of the Quran and Hadith should seriously consider completing the whole programme. 

 

Please note: To allow for a 2 week buffer at the end of the course, as our 10 and 12 weeks courses sometimes have a 1 week break inbetween the term and also additional classes at the end to recover any unexpected missed classes. You will be informed of the dates when you start the courses.

 

IMPORTANT - THERE IS NO CLASS BETWEEN 21ST DEC 2015 TO 3RD JAN 2016.


Start Date Time Duration Fees Discounts Gender Location    
Sun - 24/09/2017 10:00 - 13:00 12 Weeks £125.00 £12.50 (10% early bird discount ) Segregated Class Ebrahim College Whitechapel - SUN
Sat - 23/09/2017 10:00 - 13:00 12 Weeks £125.00 £12.50 (10% early bird discount ) Segregated Class Ebrahim College Whitechapel - SAT
Thu - 21/09/2017 18:00 - 21:00 12 Weeks £125.00 £12.50 (10% early bird discount ) Segregated Class Ebrahim College Whitechapel - THUR
Tue - 19/09/2017 18:00 - 21:00 12 Weeks £125.00 £12.50 (10% early bird discount ) Segregated Class Ebrahim College Whitechapel - TUE

Arabic Level 2


Level 2 of EC's comprehensive Arabic language programme. The programme incorporates modern and classical Arabic as well as grammar. It is one of the most comprehensive coverages of classical Arabic and grammar available. Students who are looking for serious and focussed study of Arabic in order to access the language of the Quran and Hadith should seriously consider completing the whole programme. 

 

 The Level 2 Course

 

Level 2 Arabic is the second course in the programme. It continues on from Level 1and introduces more grammar topics and more complex and varied vocabulary.

 

 Level 2 can be studied over 12 weeks with 1 session per week.

 

 At level 2, the topics below will be covered in conjunction with selected chapters from books such as al-Kitab al-Asasi and tailor made worksheets to help students apply their knowledge of the grammar concepts and develop a broad vocabulary:

 

 

  • Fi’l al-amr (the Imperative)
  • Tasreef of amr al-hadhir al-ma’lum
  • Al-Huruf al-jazimah and Amr al-ghaib and al-nahy
  • Ba’dhu and kullu
  • Al -Dhamairal-Majrurahal-Muttasilahbil-Asma’ (Attached pronouns)
  • Al -Dhamairal-Majrurahal-Muttasilah bil-huruf (Attached pronouns in the genitive)
  • al-Istifham (interrogation)
  • Al-Amr and al-nahy consolidation
  • Almudhari’ al-Majzum (the imperfect jussive) and al-Huruf al-Jazimah: Lam
  • lamma and adawat al-Shart
  • Inna wa akhawatuha
  • The conditional sentence
  • Al-mudhari' al-mansub (the imperfect subjunctive) and al-Huruf al-Nasiba
  • Kaana wa Akhawatuha (kana and her sisters)
  • Al-Asma al-Khamsah and their declension
  • Adverbs and al-maf'ul fih
  • Al-Asma' almawsulah (relative pronouns)
  • Arabic noun forms and their structure
  • The verbal noun (al-Masdar)
  • Al-I'rab al-mahalli (positional declension)
  • al-Mu'rab (the declinable) and al-Mabni (the indeclinable) in review
  • The declension of all nouns and verbs
  • Numbers (cardinal)
  • Numbers (ordinal)

Maulana Abdul Aziz


 

Abdul Aziz Patel, born, grew up and schooled in London. He is a Hafiz of the Qur`an which he completed in IDA in Leicester. Travelled to South Africa to study Alim Course at University Arabia Islamia, Azaadville. Studied Islamic Sciences over a period of 6 years. Traditional Sciences, amongst other subjects, Nahw, Sarf, Fiqh, Tafseer, Hadith, Jurisprudence, Logic, Philosophy, Balaagah and Arabic Literature .

 

Thereafter, he travelled to Cairo, Egypt, where he studied Arabic Language and Arabic Media at Markaz Fajr.

 

Currently Healthcare Chaplain for the NHS. Also a teacher of Arabic Language and Quranic studies. 

Ustadh Muhammad Abdullah


Ustadh Shabbir Hassan


Shaykh Muhammad ibn Ismail Bhuta


Muhammad Ismail Bhuta was born into a scholarly family in West Sussex, UK. He grew up in London under the guidance of his father, Shaykh Ismail Bhuta and his elder brother Shaykh Abdul Mateen. He started learning Islam at a young age. After completing his secondary school education and basic Islamic studies he travelled to South Africa and enrolled at the distinguished Islamic seminary, Dar al-Uloom Azaadville, Johannesburg. He undertook a six year Intensive study of various traditional Islamic sciences including Arabic language and literature, Aqidah, Tafsir, Hadith and Fiqh. He graduated with distinction in the summer of 2004 having received authorizations in various books including the six major collections of Hadith. After returning to the UK he travelled to Syria and furthered his knowledge and experience by benefiting from the academic lectures of many scholars there.

 

He currently serves as a teacher and lecturer at Ebrahim College, London. He is also the Co-ordinator of an evening Islamic supplementary school and a regular Friday Khatib and lecturer at various Islamic centres and Masajid in London.

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