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This sixth step in our Online Arabic learning program focuses on specific topics of everyday life. This 203 course is to be taken after completing Arabic 202. The 200 series includes intermediate courses within the beginner level.


The two chapters covered in this course are Chapter 11: People and places; and chapter 12: Hobbies. The student will learn vocabulary and dialogue particular to these topics while applying writing, reading, speaking and listening skills to the relevant vocabulary. The students will work on distinguishing between similar letter sounds and learn expressions and parts of Arabic culture that provide the means to converse with native speakers. The student will emerge from this class better acquainted with practical knowledge of Modern Standard Arabic.

One can take LC-301 after completing this course, the seventh step in our 27-course series of learning Arabic.
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About the text:

Al-Arabiyya Bayna Yadayka (العربية بين يديك) is a famous textbook used worldwide for teaching Modern Standard Arabic to non-native speakers. It focuses on teaching culture, grammar and basic conversation, as well as touching on religion. Accompanied by sound files, it provides ample practice for each of the four skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking We are using the first of the eight volumes. This textbook is ideal for this curriculum because it contains the necessary parts for language fluency while being broken down into easy, manageable steps.

About the Author:

Authors: Dr Abdul Rahman Ibn Ibrahim Al-Fawzan, Dr Mukhtar Al-Tahir Hussain, and Dr Muhammad Abdul Khaliq Muhamad Fadhlal

Who is this course for:

  • This course is for non-native speakers, approximately ages 14 and above
  • It is particularly beneficial for any students wanting to learn how to pick up Arabic speaking skills rapidly
  • This is the third course in Level 2. To successfully complete this course, students should finish Arabic 202.
  • This course can also be taken by anyone interested in grammar, improving their understanding of the Quran or solidifying their basic foundation of Arabic.
Learning outcomes:

  • Understand enough Arabic to move past a beginner level in communication.
  • Speak about where one has lived, nationalities, the city and the village
  • Know the feminine names of the colours.
  • Distinguish between similar letters and sounds.
  • Discuss hobbies and exhibitions
  • Communicate fluently about people, places and hobbies.
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