15 weeks part-time / 1 intensive class per week + Exam
Every Sunday / 11:00am-12.30am
Sun 03 March 2013 – Sun 16 Jun 2013
Open to males and females
Level 2 focuses on moving onto an intermediate level of Arabic; particular emphasis is put upon the traditional grammar-based approach to the language and the rules of conjugation (i‘rāb). Further, the differences between Modern Standard Arabic and Quranic Arabic will be presented.
The course is suitable to those who a) have completed level 1 b) have completed some Arabic study in the past here or abroad and want to renew their knowledge of the language c) have not studied Arabic but want to jump straight into a grammar based approach to the language (although level 1 is more suitable).
By the end of the fifteen weeks, students should:
• Be able to recognise and understand the use of case (nominative, genitive and accusative)
• Begin memorising the full perfect and imperfect verb tables
• Continue intensive vocabulary acquisition.
|Key Grammar of Level 2|
|Simple Nominal SentencesThe Genitive (’Idafa)Pronouns (Attached and Demonstrative)Adjective agreementPerfect and Imperfect Verbs (Māḍi wa Muḍāri‘)
Verb Mood: Subjunctive
Verb Mood: Jussive
The Imperative (fi‘l ‘amr)
Course Location and Times
The course will run every Sunday at 10.00am – 11.30am from Sun 3rd March 2013
The course fee is £60 for students/unemployed and £80 for standard individuals. This includes course materials and course book. The course is free for those who cannot afford to pay the fee.
In order to register please go the ENROL PAGE as soon as possible. Places are limited to keep the class sizes small so register early. The course is open to males and females.
For Level 2 the Madina Arabic Course for English Speaking Students book by V. Abdur Rahim will be used. The book is the standard textbook for learners of the language and the most widespread one, meaning that there are lots of additional resources available for students online.
As mentioned above, the course is suitable to those who a) have completed level 1 b) have completed some Arabic study in the past here and abroad and want to renew and expand their knowledge of the language c) have not studied Arabic but want to jump straight into a grammar based approach to the language.