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Arabic Language

Arabic Language

Quranic Arabic

Quranic Arabic is the form of Arabic in which the Quran (the holy book of Islam) is written. Quranic Arabic is also called classical Arabic. As the Quran was written as early as the 6th century A.D., the language will be slightly different from the Arabic of today.
This Arabic course teaches Quranic and Classical Arabic from the the very beginning. We start with the Arabic alphabet and arrive at advanced grammar by the end of the course. Suitable for all levels.

Modern Standard Arabic

Quran Barakah provides Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), which is the written language of Arabic. It is derived from Classic Arabic which is the language of the Holy Quran, and it is a ‘living’ language, used by educated people and scholars. MSA or ‘Fus’ha’ is used in academia and formal media such as newspapers, meaning that as students’ progress they develop the ability to follow Middle Eastern current affairs and read Arabic Literature and Islamic texts.
Course Content:
Listening
Speaking
Writing
Reading
Vocabulary
Pronunciation
Grammar

Slang Arabic

Slang is common and popular in every language and now you can drop some Arabic slang terms in your daily conversations to spice things up. Arabic Slang to Make You Sound Like a Native Speaker.
If you turn on any popular Arabic TV show, or watch any movie, you are quickly going to see the value of learning Arabic slang phrases. Just like everyday conversations between native speakers, Arabic culture is filled with slang phrases and expressions.
At Quran Barakah , you’ll learn how to use slang phrases and words to speak just like a native speaker.