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Basic Arabic Grammar


In this series you will learn how to form proper sentences using some basic Arabic grammar, in-shaa’- Allaah. Click on the blue titles to go to the videos.

1. Demonstrative Pronouns  هذا و هذه

In this short lesson you will learn about demonstrative pronouns in Arabic. When using the word ‘this’ is Arabic you have separate words for something that is considered male and something considered female.

2. Interrogation هل و أ

In this short lesson you will learn about Interrogative expressions in Arabic. When asking questions ‘are’ and ‘is’ in Arabic you use ‘أ’ and ‘هل’. Also, you will learn the correct way to answer a question.

3. Asking Questions using What (ما)

In this short lesson you will learn how to ask questions using ‘what’. When asking questions using ‘what’ in Arabic you use ‘ما’.

4. Interrogation Using Where (أين)

In this short lesson you will learn how to ask questions using ‘where’. When asking questions using ‘where’ in Arabic you use ‘أين’.

5. Asking Questions using What (ما و ماذا)

In this short lesson you will learn how to ask questions using ‘what’. When asking questions using ‘what’ there are two distinct ways.

6.  Asking Questions using Who (من)

In this short lesson you will learn how to ask questions using ‘who’.

7. Using Here & There (هنا و هناك)

In this short lesson you will learn how to use “here” and “there” in Arabic.

8. Possessive Pronouns

In this short lesson you will learn what possessive pronouns are in Arabic and how to use them.

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Updated on Monday, 19 Dhul-Hijjah 1435H – 13th October 2014

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