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Learn the Alphabet (1st of 2 levels)

Learn the Alphabet = تعلم الأبجدية 

Part 1:

[1] Vowels and Consonants

a. Arabic letters in English

b. The Arabic letters  

[2] Easy Arabic letters

[3] How to pronounce the “Alif”

[4] Useful phrases - pleasantries

Part 2: 

[1] Focus on letter groups

[2] Light vs. heavy sounds
 
[3] Useful phrases - preferences

Part 3:

[1] Short or long vowels?

[2] a/an/the

[3] Useful phrases - store/hotel

Part 4:

[1] The silent last vowel

[2] Assimilation with sun letters

[3] Useful phrases - directions

Learn to Read (2nd of 2 levels)

 Learn to Read = تعلم القراءة  
 
 Part 1:
 
 [1] Vowels vs. Consonants.
 
[2] Focus on letter groups

 
[3] Short or long vowels?

 
 [4] Long vowels or consonants?
 
 [5] Compare fatha to alif
 
 Part 2:
 
[1] Compare damma to waaw

 
 [2] Compare kasra to yih
 
 [3] The syllables explained
 
 [4] The doubled consonant (shadda)
 
 [5] LAW 1: Consonant + short vowel = syllable
 
 Part 3:
 
[1] LAW 2:  consonant + long vowel = syllable

 
 [2] LAW 3: The sequoun
 
 [3] LAW 4: The shadda
 
 [4] Quiz - Mix it up like mad 
 
 [5] a/an/the 
 
 Part 4:
 
[1] Masculine vs. feminine

 
 [2] The unique alif maqsuura
 
 [3] Useful phrases for getting started
 
 [4] Useful phrases for introducing yourself
 
 [5] Begin to read!

Beginner-start (1st of 9 levels)

How to read Arabic using English letters - transliteration

1- Introduce yourself and others - independent pronouns

2- Definite versus indefinite article


3- Name stuff  - nouns and gender

4- One or more  - singular and plural nouns
 
      

Beginner-mid (2nd of 9 levels)

1- Describe stuff - adjectives and  gender

2- Describe lots of stuff - plural adjectives

3- Describe and name stuff - noun-adjective agreement

4- The simple sentence         

Beginner-high (3rd of 9 levels)

1- The equational sentence in the past tense

2- Say 'no' – negating the equational sentence 

3- Say 'no' – negating the past tense equational sentence 
4- Pointing out stuff - demonstrative and presentational particles         

Intermediate-low (4th of 9 levels)

1- Ask questions  - interrogative particles 

2- Demonstrative and presentational particles to questions

3- Own stuff  - the possessive suffix

4- The feminine noun prior to the possessive suffix          

Intermediate-mid (5th of 9 levels)

1- Own stuff - possession: the miracle idaafa construction

2- Own stuff - possession (Egyptian colloquial)

3- Next to or under? – prepositions

4- Next to or under what? – prepositions + objects  

Advanced-mid (8th of 9 levels)

1- Better vs. Best - Comparatives and superlatives

2- "State” and not motion - The active participle

3- Direct + indirect suffixes

4- Passive construction (simplified)          

Superior (9th of 9 levels)

1- Conjunctions

2- The compound sentence

3- Passive construction (advanced)

4- FOUR stories in both MSA and Egyptian Colloquial:

- MSA: The egg and the hunter (Conjunctions)

- Egyptian Colloquial: The egg and the hunter (Conjunctions)

- MSA: Friendly aliens rule - (Adjectives)

- Egyptian Colloquial: Friendly aliens rule - (Adjectives)

- MSA: A plan with an unexpected beginning (Compound sentence)

- Egyptian Colloquial: A plan with an unexpected beginning (Compound sentence)

- MSA: Soul searching for free (Present progressive)

- Egyptian Colloquial: Soul searching for free (Present progressive)