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Arabic for beginners FREE COURSE Videos

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 Arabic for beginners FREE COURSE Videos

These are  series of Teaching videos for absolute beginners provided by Sibaway Institute. NO previous Arabic knowledge required at all, the lessons start from teaching you the names of  the alphabets and how they are pronounced with each (haraka), the  lessons also teach how to write Arabic letters in the beginning, middle and at the end of the word.  All the fundamentals will be covered to allow the student to advance to the next stage towards mastering the Arabic language.

  1. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 1 – Names of the letters
  2. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 2 – Pronouncing letters with fatha
  3. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 3 – Pronouncing with kasra
  4. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 4 – Pronouncing with dhamma
  5. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 5 – Introduction to short vowels
  6. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 6 – Short vowels
  7. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 7 – Pronunciation of the vowelled Arabic letters
  8. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 8 – no vowels (sukoon)
  9. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 9 – Long vowels (Madd)
  10. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 10 – Double letter (Shaddah)
  11. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 11 – Pronunciation exercise
  12. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 12 – Difference between the Alif and Hamza
  13. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 13 – Hamzatul Qat’ (همزة القطع)
  14. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 14 – Hamzatul Wasl (همزة الوصل)
  15. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 15 – Writing Arabic script (ا ب ت ث ج ح خ)
  16. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 16 – Writing Arabic script (د ذ ر ز س ش ص ض)
  17. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 17 – Writing Arabic script (ط ظ ع غ ق ك ل)
  18. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 18 – Writing Arabic script (م ن ه و ي)
  19. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 19 – Joining letters to form words
  20. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 20 – The Closed (ة) and Open taa (ت)
  21. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 21 – Tanween (Nunation) and Indefiniteness
  22. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 22 – Definiteness
  23. Arabic for beginners: Lesson 23 – Sun and Moon Letters
  24. Introduction to Arabic Grammar: Lesson 24 – The 3 parts of Speech
  25. Introduction to Arabic Grammar: Lesson 25 – The Noun
  26. Introduction to Arabic Grammar: Lesson 26 – The Verb
  27. Introduction to Arabic Grammar: Lesson 27 – The Particle
  28. Introduction to Arabic Morphology: Lesson 28 – Consonants and Base Forms
  29. Introduction to Arabic Morphology: Lesson 29 – Deriving words from base letters
  30. Introduction to Arabic linguistics: Lesson 30 – base forms meaning “happiness”
  31. Introduction to Arabic linguistics: Lesson 31 – Meanings down to the letter
  32. Arabic for beginners: Question – pronouncing haa (ه) and Haa (ح)
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