DescriptionThis course is designed for students with either no prior knowledge of Arabic or some limited experience of studying the language. The course will introduce you to simple listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, which you can use as a means of communication during your stay in Saudi Arabia. We will cover the following: Letters – alif, baa, taa, and thaa Short vowels - ‘fatHa’, ‘damma’, and 'kasra' Long vowels – aa, uu, ii Connecting and non-connecting letters The 'laam alif' Numbers 1-100 Writing one letter particles Greetings ‘Hadritak’ and 'Hadritik Meeting people Introductions Gender Addressing people ‘ItfaDaal’ and 'ItfaDaali' Expressing feelings Visiting people Useful links http://www.madinaharabic.com/Arabic_Language_Course/Lessons/ http://www.iml.uq.edu.au/outlines/Arabic Level 1 - 2013.pdf https://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/arab04-arabic-elementary-course/id450133673 http://anasarmiento.wordpress.com/2013/09/23/arabic-101-for-filipino-expat/
Muhammad Al-Jahsh is a graduate of the Al-Azhar University. He has extensive experience in teaching Arabic as a second Language. Mr. Muhammad has been giving the Arabic Course for beginners every year since the beginning of WEP. He is a well-known teacher for learners of Arabic as a second language in previous schools in USA, UAE and Egypt.
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