Arabic Language | The Ultimate Arabic Course (Level 7) —2020
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Arabic Language | The Ultimate Arabic Course (Level 7) —2020

Updated 2020 — Arabic course | Learn Arabic language | Arabic course helps you improve your Arabic grammar | Arabic ⭐⭐⭐
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  • 9.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
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  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You will be introduced to “kaana” and its sisters — كان وأخواتها
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “kaana” كَان are singular with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “kaana” كَان are dual with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “kaana” كَان are masculine sound plural with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “a.s°.baha” أصبح are singular with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “a.s°.baha” أصبح are dual with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “a.s°.baha” أصبح are masculine sound plural with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “mazaala” مازال are singular with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “mazaala” مازال are dual with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “mazaala” مازال are masculine sound plural with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “la.y°.sa”ليس are singular with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “la.y°.sa” ليس are dual with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “la.y°.sa” ليس are masculine sound plural with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are singular and in the accusative case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are singular and in the nominative case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are singular and in the genitive case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are dual and in the accusative case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are dual and in the nominative case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are dual and in the genitive case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive الصفة والموصوف are masculine sound plural and feminine sound plural and in the accusative case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive are masculine sound plural and feminine sound plural and in the nominative case with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the adjective and the substantive are masculine sound plural and feminine sound plural in the genitive case with examples
  • Your will be introduced to adverb of manner (“haal” circumstantial noun) الحال and how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when the (“haaal”) is singular with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the (“haal”) الحال is dual with examples
  • You will learn how to do the typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the (“haal”) الحال is plural with examples
Requirements
  • You need to have basic knowledge of Arabic
  • This course is designed in plain English, so you need to have knowledge in English
Description

Hello and Welcome to The Ultimate Arabic Course Series — (Level 7) - Updated 2020

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This Arabic course covers everything you need to know about Kaana and its sisters كان وأخواتها  and Typical E’raab and Arabic case ending analysis – Arabic Syntax Analysis (E’raab) — نماذج من الإعراب  and much more…

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This Arabic course is created and designed according to and inline with:
1- CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) and
2- ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages)

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⭐⭐⭐  Teaching Arabic Language is in my DNA :)

I was born in a family of Arabic teachers, starting from my father to my youngest sister, I hold a Ph.D. in TAFL (Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language).

I have been teaching Arabic language to Arab natives and non-natives for more than 12 years. I have over 10 years of experience in professional Arabic language training, consulting, and education, I have served at universities and leading associations.

All courses which I have created and developed, are always inline with common European countries framework of reference for language procedure.

For the past 10 years, I have been encountering 100% of satisfaction with all students who undertaken my courses. 

My passion is inspiring my students through my offline and online courses which I have created and developed using my Learn Real Arabic teaching system. 

Since 2003, thousands of students have taken my Arabic courses (online and offline) - and I'm so grateful to every single one of you. 

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I'll be here for you every step of the way. If you have any questions about course content or anything related to any lesson, you can always post a question in your course dashboard or send me a direct message. 

I want to make my courses the best Arabic online courses. So if there is any way I can improve my courses, just tell me and I'll work with my team to make it happen.
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Who this course is for:
  • This course is ideal for you if you already enrolled in the Ultimate Arabic Course (Level 2, 3 and Level 4)
  • This course is for you if you want to achieve a whole new level in learning Arabic
  • This course is for you if you like to learn Arabic using new proven system and well-structured method
  • Intermediate and advanced students, who are curious about improving Arabic language. This course is not for student with zero Arabic knowledge!
Course content
Expand all 57 lectures 09:36:02
+ Ka.aa.na and its sisters — كان وأخواتها
13 lectures 02:05:26
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “ka.aa.na” are dual
10:41
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “ka.aa.na” are plural
08:42
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “a.s°.ba.ha” are sing
11:10
Typical syntax (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “a.s°.ba.ha” are dual
11:38
Typical syntax (e’raab) when noun and predicate of “a.s°.ba.ha” are plural
09:44
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “ma.za.aa.la” are sing.
11:13
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “ma.za.aa.la” are dual
09:05
Typical syntax e’raab الإعراب when noun & predicate of “ma.za.aa.la” are plural
09:01
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “la.y°.sa” are sing.
09:07
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “la.y°.sa” are dual
09:45
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun and predicate of “la.y°.sa” are plural
07:41
+ Enna and its sisters — إن وأخواتها
31 lectures 05:45:47
Introduction to Enna and its sisters — إن وأخواتها
03:49
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “Enna” are singular
17:57
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “Enna” are dual
11:08
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “Enna” are plural
09:29
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “Enna” are feminine
10:37
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “Enna” are broken plura
09:13
Typical syntax e’raab الإعراب when when noun & predicate of “Anna” are singular
20:30
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “Anna” are dual
15:03
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “Anna” are masc. plura
12:55
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “Anna” are fem. plural
12:31
Typical syntax e’raab الإعراب when noun & predicate of “Anna” are broken plural
11:30
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are singular
09:57
Syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are dual
14:03
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are masc. plural
09:32
Syntax analysis e’raab when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are fem. sound plural
12:09
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Ka-Anna” are broken plural
07:52
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Layta” are singular
13:10
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Layta” are dual
14:36
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Layta” are masc. sound plural
10:34
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “Layta” are fem. sound plural
12:06
Typical syntax analysis e’raab when noun & predicate of “Layta” are broken plura
10:58
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.’a.lla” are singular
12:16
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.’a.lla” are dual
13:17
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.’a.lla” are masc. plural
09:57
Analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.’a.lla” are fem sound plural
11:33
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.’a.lla” are broken plural
09:44
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are singular
07:48
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are dual
07:47
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are masc. sound
07:39
Syntax analysis (e’raab) when noun & predicate of “La.aa.ke.nna” are fem. plural
07:51
Typical syntax e’raab الإعراب when noun and predicate of Laakenna are broken plu
08:16
+ Typical Syntax Analysis (E’raab) — نماذج من الإعراب
12 lectures 01:44:19
Typical syntax (e’raab) when the adjective & the substantive are sing accusative
09:25
Typical syntax e’raab when the adjective & the substantive are sing. nominative
10:11
Typical syntax e’raab when the adjective & the substantive are sing. genitive
09:07
Typical syntax e’raab when the adjective & the substantive are dual accusative
09:51
Typical syntax e’raab when the adjective & the substantive are dual nominative
07:43
Typical syntax e’raab when the adjective & the substantive are dual genitive
06:39
Typical syntax e’raab when adjective & substantive are plural
08:50
Typical syntax e’raab when the adjective and the substantive are plural nominati
07:16
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when adjective & substantive are genitive plural
07:43
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the (“ha.aa.al”) الحال is singular
08:55
Typical syntax analysis (e’raab) الإعراب when the (“ha.aa.al”) الحال is dual
09:29
Typical syntax (e’raab) الإعراب when the (“ha.aa.al”) الحال is plural
09:10
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