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Arabic Grammar Urdu (Women) 2020

Program Overview

 

Allah reveals in Surat Al-Zukh’ruf, ayah 3.

Indeed, We have made it an Arabic Qur’an that you might understand. (Qur’an, 43:3).

As Allah has chosen Arabic as the language of Quran, it should be the duty of every muslim to embark on the path of learning this glorious language.

Course Objective

The Arabic grammar course is designed to have three goals:

  • To understand the blessed words revealed on our Prophet SAW from Allah in depth. So that students can analyze ayahs in detail.
  • To understand the Ahadith or sayings of our beloved Prophet SAW.
  • To write basic Arabic sentences and read Arabic outside of Quran and Ahadith.

Course Details

The course is designed around the three Madina books written by Dr. V. Abdur Raheem. These books are considered one of the best books to teach Arabic to Nonnative Arabic students. The books start with very basic concepts and build the foundation for the forthcoming more complex topics.

This course will enable the students to understand the grammar (Nahw) and morphology (Sarf) to understand Quran and Ahadith. Thus, ultimately enabling the student to connect to the words first, then phrases and ultimately sentences in the form of Quranic verses and Ahadith.

The students will initially learn the basics of Arabic language that will enable them to construct simple sentences in Arabic and translate them. The teachers will slowly build them to tackle more complex topics. The teachers will also provide additional Quranic verses and Ahadith examples that are not covered in the book.

The course does not start from teaching the alphabets. The students should have basic knowledge of reading and writing Arabic. The students are also expected to complete regular exercises provided at the end of each chapter.

The course is broken in four terms as per the complexity of topics. Exams will be conducted after every term. Successful students in all the four term exams will receive a diploma of completion of course Insha Allah.

May Allah guide us to learn the Quran and Ahadith and taste and relish the language that both of these bodies of guidance came wrapped up in. Ameen.

Language of Instruction: Urdu

For Women Only!

 

 

 

 

Program Structure

YEAR 1

ARABIC 101 Madinah Syllabus Book 1 complete

 

TOPICS

●        Parts of Speech

●        Indefinite and definite

●        Nominal and Verbal Sentences

●        The Demonstrative pronouns

●        Solar vs. Lunar Letters

●        Types of Hamza

●        Particles and Nouns of Interrogation

●        Jarun Wa Majroorun (prepositions)

●        Attached vs Detached pronouns

●        Mudaf and Mudaf Alaihi (Possessed & possessor)

●        Masculine/Feminine of Arabic nouns

●        Badal (substitute)

●        Darf (Adverb)

●        Naat (Adjective)

●        The relative pronoun

●        The Past tense Verbs

●        Early predicate late subjects

●        singular/ Dual / plural

●        Numbers (1-10)

●        Diptotes

●        Al- Asma-ul-khamsah (5 special nouns)

 

ARABIC 102 Madinah Syllabus Book 2 PART 1

 

TOPICS:

●        Types of khabar

●        Inna and her sisters/Kana and her sisters

●        The Demonstrative pronouns … contd.,

●        The relative pronouns … contd.,

●        Comparative and superlative degree (isme tafzeel)

●        Ismul Manqoos

●        Negation in past tense verbs

●        Numbers

●        Present and future tense verbs

●        Moods of verbs

●        Imperative verbs

●        Negation in verbs

●        Uses of “ma”

●        Verbal noun (al Masdar)

●        Masdar Muawwal

●        Lam of reasoning

●        Al- Asma-ul-khamsah (5 special nouns) … contd.,

●        Concept of dual

●        Al Aqood

 

 

YEAR 2

ARABIC 201 Madinah Syllabus Book 2 PART 2

 

TOPICS:

●        Understanding Weak Verbs الأجوف

●        Ajwaf Verbs (Waavi and Yaayi) & Kaana (Naaqis Verb)

●        Ajwaf Verb: Zaala – Yazaalu (Come to an end , Cesae to exist)

●        Naqis verbs

●        Mithali verbs

●        Muda’af verbs

●        The irab of Abun أَبٌ and Akhun أَخٌ

●        مِن قبلُ – مِن بَعْدُ

●        Some Diptote Plural Forms

ARABIC 202 Madinah Syllabus Book 3 complete

 

TOPICS:

●        Augmented Three Letter Verb

●        Classification of Verbs

●        Noun Declension and Non-Declension

●        Condition (Al Shart)

●        Absolute Object (Almaful AlMutlaq)

●        Oath (Al Qasam)

●        Conjugation of Heavy duty ‘Nun’

●        Combining the Oath with the Condition

●        Pronoun Summary

●        Exception

●        Diptote

 

Lots of Quranic Verses and Ahadith Examples

 

Course Schedule

 

Program Duration: 2 Years

Weekly Time Commitment: 2 days a week (Tuesday and Thursday)

Time: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm (Pakistan Standard Time) per class

 

Exams:  Students progress will be assessed through assignments, quizzes and a final exam for each subject.

Certification: We will present a Diploma Certificate on successful completion of this Foundation Program.

Break: Academic calendar would be shared with registered students.

Annual fee: USD $50

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

 

Is there an age restriction for the course?

Yes. Minimum age to enroll in the course is 12 years.

 

Are there any pre-requisite to joining the course?

We only require students to have the spirit and willingness to learn. Other than that there are no pre requisites for this course.

 

What are the requirements for graduation?

To successfully complete the course a student will need to:

  • Attendee all the classes of course (either live or recording)
  • Participate in class discussions and complete assignments
  • Successfully clear the all terms exam.

 

Is it possible to enroll as a listener and not give exams?

Course is designed for full time students, however under special circumstances exceptions can be made. If you have special case please contact course administrator. Completion certificate will not be issued in these instances.

 

What if I cannot make it to class at the stipulated class time? Will I have access to recordings?

Recordings are available for all classes. However, recording students will still need to participate in class discussion through class forums

 

What if I have to miss classes during the year because of my University exams or family engagements?

This course has been designed to cater to working women, students and housewives alike, so we do understand that there may be occasions when you may not be able to attend class for genuine reasons. In such scenarios, we provide recordings so that students may catch up with the classes they have missed.

 

Is there an Attendance Policy?

Yes, there is an attendance policy to be eligible to get the Arabic Grammar certificate.

 

Is there a Fee that I need to pay to enroll in this Program?

Yes. Annual fee of USD $50 needs to be paid at the time of start of the year.

 

 

How do you conduct the classes?

We provide live classes with recordings availability, online assignments/ quiz, mark attendance and facilitate discussion forums to facilitate learning and development.

 

What software or hardware do I need to purchase / download to attend the classes?

All you need to start online learning courses is to have internet connection, a desktop/laptop, or a smartphone, a headphone supported with microphone.

Enrollments Open

 

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