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Arabic Level 3


Level 3 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    
Sat - 22/04/2017 10:00 - 13:00 12 WEEKS (no classes during Ramadan) £125.00 Segregated Class Ebrahim College - Whitechapel - SAT
Thu - 20/04/2017 18:00 - 21:00 12 WEEKS (no classes during Ramadan) £125.00 Segregated Class Ebrahim College - Whitechapel - THUR

Arabic Level 3


Level 3 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 3 Course

 

Level 3 Arabic is the third course in the programme. It continues on from Level 2 and complete the key grammar topics necessary to access Arabic texts .Students will also begin studying some Arabic texts, as well as develop confidence in I'rab translation and composition.

 

Level 3 can be studied, either over 12 weeks with 1 session per week, or intensively over 6 weeks with 2 sessions per week.

 

At level 3, the topics below will be covered in conjunction with selected chapters from books such as al-Kitab al-Asasi, Qasas al-Nabiyyeen along with tailor made worksheets to help students apply their knowledge of the grammar concepts and develop a broad vocabulary:

 

  1. Ghair Munsarif - The partially inflected nouns
  2. Adverbial & Abstract nouns: different adverbs and adverbial usage
  3. The cases (overview)The Doer, Passive Doer and Object
  4. Subject & Predicate (detailed)
  5. The Five nouns
  6. ما و لاwhich resembles ليس
  7. لاَ لِنَفْيِ الْجِنْس- Absolute Negation with Laa
  8. المفاعيل- The Objects
  9. إعْرَابُ الْاسْمِ الْمُتَمَكِّن Vowelization of the declinable nouns
  10. Chapters of derived triliteral verbs - past and present with all the different forms
  11. The changes that apply to the imperfect verb (mudhari):
  • The letters of nasibah
  • The letters of Jazimah
  1. الْأَمْرُ Comprehensive amr; Al-mukhatab and al-gaib wal Mutakallim.
  2. النهي Prohibitive verb.
  3. The Derivative nouns
  4. Introduction to the Further Classifications of verbs:
  • The weak verbs - Mu'tal: The Assimilated verb, The hollow verb and the defective verb 

Ustadh Farhan


Maulana Abdul Mu`min Choudhury


Maulana Abdul Mu`min graduated from the Institute of Islamic Education (Dewsbury). Studying the different Islamic scieneces under several auspicious scholars. Therafter, he completed a post graduate certificatte in Islamic Studies at Birbeck, London. 

 

Abdul Mu`min is currently the Imam/Muslim Chaplain at Guys and St Thomas NHS Trust, providing pastoral/religious support to Muslim patients, relatives and Staff. He is also the Imam, leads the Muslims in prayer at the hospital.

 

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