Level – II (Intermediate Arabic)
Many people are concerned here. Though many people are aware of the vocabulary much attention is needed for proper grammatical usage. With some patience and proper step by step introduction to the various aspects of language structure, one can comfortably get through the nuances of the grammar. In intermediate level heavy emphasis is on grammar. As one gets a hold of it then it becomes easy to get more mastery over the language.
Intermediate level is especially useful for non natives residing in foreign country. There are professionals well versed and experienced in their profession and that with fair knowledge of a foreign language they can smoothly carry on with interactions. The intermediate knowledge of the language comes by learning properly a foreign language along with professional tasks.Without having to bother much of the advanced level.
The outcome of intermediate level is that one really gets to flow with the work culture and with normal average interaction and conversation. It sets the ball rolling and lets one see more opportunities which may come by and make best use of it.People need language and getting used to that foreign language helps one to get about his or her business smoothly. It is of use in practical purposes and colloquial language.
Course Duration Total
45 Days 45 Hours
Morning two hours
Monday to Saturday
Course e-Material Free
Arabic 30 minutes
The intermediate session is divided into two parts. The first 20 days are of analytical grammar and vocabulary. Here the basic building block of a language structure is the use of the words in proper way. That is the use of grammar and practice upon it. Along with this the vocabulary is always emphasized to ensure proper expression of matter in the language and better hold of it.
- Mankind and Kinship
- Weather and Nature
- Work and Money
- Body parts
- Around the House
- Pulses – Cereals
- Government and Politics
- Media and Art
- Crime & Punishment
- Emotions and Personality
- Basic Verbs
- Arabic Phrases
The structural rules of a language are governed by the composition of clauses phrases and words.They are rules and more of it is taken extensively for proper imbibing of the language composition. This is vital for the proper expression and as every language, grammar in Arabic has its unique structure with easy comprehensibility when properly imparted.
- The Arabic Alphabet
- The Arabic Consonants Diagram
- One Direction Connectors, Emphatic Consonants, Short Vowels in Arabic
- Nunation, The Shadda, The Sun Letters
- The Moon Letters, Arabic Syntax, The Definite Article, Arabi Morphology
- The Feminine Marker, The Personal pronouns.
- Countries, towns, villages, Definiteness in Arabic, The Nisba.
- Long vowel to a Diphthong, The Possessive pronouns, Sentences in Arabic.
- The Vocative Particle, The Idaafa, The Simple Idaafa.
- The Diptotes, Demonstrative Pronouns, The Equational Sentence جملة المبتدأ والخبر.
- Interrogative Particles, Indefinite Noun Subject, Negating Equational Sentences.
- The Subject markers, The Different Forms of ليس Interrogative Particles, The Idaa(revisited).
- Verb-Subject Agreement, Transitive Verbs, Helping Vowels.
- Object Pronouns, The word ما, The Cluster Buster.
- Negation of Past Tense Verbs, هُناك هُنا , کُلُّ.
- The conjunction(و) , Definiteness (Revisited), Emphasis/Contrast.
- The Defacto Case of the Noun and Adjective, لماذا , کم , Numbers, Plurals.
- Numbers (Revisited), أيَّة & أيُّ.
- Verb Object Pronouns, Object Pronouns of Prepositions.
- Prepositions, Feminine Sound Plurals, The Roots, The Verb Form Numbers.
- The Phonological Environment for Form VIII Verb, Non-human Plurals.
- Multiples of 10, The Conjunction لکن , The Singular Subject and its mood markers.
- The Present Tense of the Arabic verb, The Moods.
- Vowels of the Present Tense Verb.
- حتی , Negation of Present and Future Tense Verbs, The Sick Verbs.
- کُلُّ ، بعضُ , The Plural Vocatives, Masculine Sound Plural (Revisited).
- Negation of the Future Tense (Revisited), Verbs with Two Objects, The Semi-Diptotes.
- کان & her Sisters, The Apposition ألبدل , The Moody Present Tense.
- The Subjunctive Mood.
- ما ، أنْ (Revisited), The Nominalizer إنَّ & her Sisters II.
- Adjectives (Revisited) كان & her Sisters (Revisited).
- Phony/Fake Idaafa, The Perfect Particle قد, The Verbal Noun.
- Forms of the Verbal Nouns ألمصدر.
- The Relative Pronouns ضمائر الوصل.
- ما (Revisited), The Cognate Accusative المفعول المطلق.
- The noun نفسُ , The Emphasis غير ، التوکيد The Dropping of the Shadda of أنَّ and her sisters.
- The Imperative Mood,.
- The preposition مُنذ , The Apposition ألبدل (Revisted), Verbs of Beginning, The ActiveParticiple.
- Derivation of the Active Participle, The nouns أَبٌ and أخٌ.
- The Haal Construction الحال.
- The Passive Participle, Derivation of the Passive Participle Negation Particle ليسَ (Revisited).
- The Accusative of Distinction (Revisited).
- Particles of Exception أدوات الاستثناء.
- The Accusative of Purpose, The Absolute Negation.
- The Long Vowels (Revisited).
- The Pedagogy Section, The whole language and guided participatory approach.
- Functional Arabic Verbs list.
Course Duration Total
20 days, 20 hour
Morning : 08:00AM to 10:00AM (IST)
Evening : 05:00PM to 7:00PM (IST)
Monday to Saturday
Course e-Material Free
Colloquial Arabic, Textbook (100 word Meanings Daily)
In this course there are 38 situational conversations:
The second session is based on the concept of Arabic in 30 minutes. That is, focusing on colloquial language and quick start with most commonly used words. Starting straightaway by making sentences and phrases out of the words after small preliminary introduction. This module is based on translation skills which helps one to be well equipped to express in a foreign language. People from different walks of life like doctors, accountants, engineers get benefitted immensely.
- Self Introduction
- Engagement metrics
- About others
- About family
- With Manager
- With Minister
- My Engagement
- About health
- Vegetable market
- About us
- At the petrol pump
- At the air port
- World tour
- At restaurant
- Over the phone
- Wrong call
- My self
- With friends
- Meet with Fathima
- About friend
- Seeking for leave
- Post office
- American Embassy
- Ramdan eid
- In post office
- Qatar & Bahrain