Learn Arabic Words With Afny

Learn INTERMEDIATE useful 100 words in Arabic language supported by sentences and simple pictures.
Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (31 ratings)
6,389 students
Learn Arabic Words With Afny
Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (31 ratings)
6,389 students
After taking this course students will:
1. learn and understand 100 Arabic vocabularies that are used by native speakers.
2. improve their Arabic reading and listening skills.
3. know how to use words in sentences.
4. use the words and pronounce them confidently.
5. enrich their Arabic comprehension.

Requirements

  • Basic Arabic Reading and Listening Skills.
Description


This course covers 100 essential Arabic vocabularies including nouns, verbs ad adjectives of intermediate level that are used in daily life.

This course is dedicated to the  learners of Arabic of intermediate level who want to enrich their vocabularies, and so this is not for complete beginners, you should have general knowledge of Arabic.

This course is split into 10 lessons. Each lesson covers 10 new intermediate vocabularies that are supported by example sentences used in real life to enhance your understanding.

If you are a visual learner, this is the PERFECT course for you, as each word is supported by a  simple relevant picture which helps visual learners memorise better.

If you are an auditory learner, this course is IDEAL for you too, as I repeat  words and sentences loudly over and over in order to  enhance your memorisation and pronunciation.

This course includes 10  quizzes provided after each lesson . The 10 provided quizzes reinforce the memorisation of the  words, as they can measure your performance.


This course provides two kinds of subtitles, the first subtitle contains the translation of the Arabic speech or words so that you can go back to when you face difficulty in understanding the meaning of any word or even in  comprehension in general. The second subtitle is concerned with the pronunciation of the Arabic  in Latin letters. For example, you will find a sentence like " أنا فضولي "  translated into ' I am curious' and transcribed into ' ana fo'9ooli' , and so both meaning and pronunciation should be clear to you, as there is a chart for Arabic Alphabet alternative included to help you with any pronunciation issue.

If you wonder if this the right course for you, I can guarantee that this course can strengthen your Arabic linguistic skills magnificently.

Go ahead, and join this course :)


Who this course is for:
  • This course is for speakers of English who want to learn new intermediate Arabic words.
Course content
1 section • 21 lectures • 1h 49m total length
  • Arabic Alphabet Altarnative
    01:46
  • Lesson 1
    08:55
  • Quiz 1
    01:57
  • Lesson 2
    08:54
  • Quiz 2
    01:40
  • Lesson 3
    07:50
  • Quiz 3
    02:03
  • Lesson 4
    07:37
  • Quiz 4
    02:24
  • Lesson 5
    07:51
  • Quiz 5
    02:24
  • Lesson 6
    07:27
  • Quiz 6
    07:27
  • Lesson 7
    07:40
  • Quiz 7
    02:34
  • Lesson 8
    07:56
  • Quiz 8
    02:22
  • Lesson 9
    07:51
  • Quiz 9
    02:42
  • Lesson 10
    07:43
  • Quiz 10
    02:15

Instructor
Hi, it's Afny and I am a language tutor from Jordan.
Afny Qnn
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  • 31 Reviews
  • 6,389 Students
  • 1 Course

I  am a native speaker of Arabic with a B.A degree in English Language and Literature. I also have  a Master degree in Linguistics. I teach English language at a public school, as I have experience in  teaching Arabic to the non-speakers of it online and  to members of NGOs here in Jordan . I love to transfer my mother tongue to others as I know what kinds of difficulties and challenges such learners could be facing since  such topics were covered throughout my study  of comparative linguistics of both English and Arabic.  I also attended a Translation Work Experience Programme that belongs to the Peace Corps here in Jordan,  in which I had to instantly  translate lectures given by Peace Corps members to enlighten youth in Jordan.  I also had to translate recorded documents to Syrian refugees' meetings performed by American journalists.