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Arabic Level 1


Level 1 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. 

 

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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 25th March 2016 TO 31st March 2016.


Start Date Time Duration Fees Discounts Gender Location    
Thu - 05/10/2017 10:30 - 13:30 12 Weeks £125.00 Female Ebrahim College Whitechapel - Thur - MORNINGS - FEMALE
Sun - 24/09/2017 13:45 - 16:45 12 Weeks £125.00 £12.50 (10% early bird discount ) Segregated Class Ebrahim College Whitechapel - SUN
Sat - 23/09/2017 13:45 - 16:45 12 Weeks £125.00 £12.50 (10% early bird discount ) Segregated Class Ebrahim College Whitechapel - SAT
Wed - 20/09/2017 18:00 - 21:00 12 Weeks £125.00 £12.50 (10% early bird discount ) Segregated Class Ebrahim College Whitechapel - WED
Tue - 19/09/2017 18:00 - 21:00 12 Weeks £125.00 £12.50 (10% early bird discount ) Segregated Class Ebrahim College Whitechapel - TUE
Mon - 18/09/2017 18:00 - 21:00 12 weeks £125.00 £12.50 (10% early bird discount ) Segregated Class Ebrahim College Whitechapel - MON

Arabic Level 1


Level 1 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 1 Course

 

Level 1 Arabic is the first of the courses and it incorporates an excellent introduction to the basics of the Arabic Language. If you are considering this, you should certainly consider registering for all 3 modules so that you complete at least one full year's curriculm.

 

Who is it for?

 

You must be able to read the Qur'an fluently to be able to study this course and complete a basic module on writing through self-study which we will provide. You will need to commit to 3 hours of contact time per week and at least a further 3 hours of personal study. Students who cannot read or write Arabic should join the Access to Arabic & Tajweed  course.

 

Topics covered

 

At level 1, 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:

 

  • Important terms relevant to the study of al-Nahw (Ism', fi'l, harf, ma'rifah, nakirah, etc);
  • The definite and the indefinite;
  • The sun and moon letters;
  • Common forms of the detached personal and demonstrative pronouns;
  • Important terminology relevant to the study of sarf
  • The classification of verbs: perfect, imperfect, imperative; triliteral, quadriliteral, the simple and derived; sound and irregular forms of the verb;
  • Forms (abwab); the 6 forms of the simple triliteral;
  • The perfect active positive verb from simple triliteral roots;
  • The Masculine and the Feminine nouns;
  • The singular, dual and plural;
  • Introduction to the cases: the 3 cases, the nominative, the accusative and the genitive; declension using vowels and letters; and the diptote;
  • Derived forms of the triliteral verb;
  • Using a dictionary;
  • The perfect active positive verb from derived triliteral forms;
  • The active and passive, positive and negative forms of the past tense verb;
  • The mudhari’ (imperfect) verb: active, passive, positive, and negative forms from simple and derived roots.
  • Al-Murakkab al-Tawseefi (the adjectival phrase) and common adjectives
  • Al-Idhafah

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