Frequently Asked Questions What makes this course different from other Arabic courses available online?
This course is relatively short but compressed.
It consists of 32 intensive Arabic lessons, chronologically organized for achieving steady progress and convenience to learn Arabic. Some Arabic instructors believe that grammar must be presented later because it reinforces what has been learned functionally.
Our approach here is different; we believe that grammar is a blueprint and a foundation for the Arabic language and must be taught first. The second section is the 32 Exercises: The 32 lessons are reinforced by 32 sessions of exercises.
Here students can obtain the grammatical and structural functionality of the Arabic language. The first few lessons deal with Arabic Alphabet and writing Arabic. Voice and mouse movement technology, which show the student how to write, how to connect the letters and how to pronounce them correctly, are incorporated here.
The lessons will advance gradually. We were very careful in arranging the content of the course by establishing each lesson to be built on the previous one.
All lessons have also voice tracks associated with the printed material. This will give the student the online learning capability. Colored fonts are included to show the point-of-interest of each particular lesson.
As soon as the 32 Arabic lessons with the Lesson Support and exercises are completed successfully, students find 36 Arabic Texts The Advanced Standard Classical Arabic Reader covering many subjects of interest such as, literature, classical writing, poetry, media reports, and news.
Texts are carefully selected to incorporate all the elements of the knowledge acquired in the first two courses. Believing that the best method for retaining grammatical rules, understanding language structure and comprehending word derivations is by practical application and observation in handling texts.
Texts are also supplemented with sound activation where student can hear the Arabic texts, as much as they need it.? Colors were also implemented to show the students the structure of the words, the verbs and case endings.
We also made available a prearranged time for participants to contact us to discuss anything related to these texts. More info - course layout, syllabus, and course samples.
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