Level 2 Arabic – Beginners


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This is a 1 year course where the student will learn the basics of the Arabic Language. Since 2002 when we first began teaching Arabic,our primary goal was to educate the pure and pristine language as spoken by the Prophet Muhammad. Our primary focus was to develop a strong foundation in the core Arabic sciences, such as Nahw (Grammar), Sarf (Morphology) and Balaaghah (Eloquence).

We were given, by the permission of Allaah, the opportunity to work with the official governing body for qualifications on the new GCSE and A-Level curriculum and saw a means for standardisation of the classical way of study.

From this we developed our curriculum.
A classical ethos with a modern accredited method.

Our curriculum

Throughout this Level 2 beginners course the student will cover the following topics:

  • Nominal sentences – Which are basic Arabic sentences.
  • Counting from 1 to 1000 and beyond.
  • Masculine & feminine nouns
  • Singular, duel & plurals.
  • All three Arabic verb tenses
  • 4 Grammar states
  • Adjectives
  • over 1000 words and phrases
  • And much more…

At the end of this course, the student will have the capacity to understand the more easier verses of the Qur’aan and simple short Hadeeth, and speak general conversational sentences.

Our curriculum focuses on 4 key skills, in line with the methods of assessment at GCSE Arabic.

School Terms

3 Term Program

These are the times for the Arabic Classes

Term Dates 2019/20

Taster Week
1 Week:
30th Sep to 6th Oct

During this week you can attend the lessons to see how the class will be taught.

Autumn Term
10 Weeks: 7th October to 21st Dec - Holiday: Half Term 21st to 27th Oct

Spring Term
12 Weeks: 6th Jan to 5th April - Holiday: Half Term 11th to 17th Feb

Spring Term

11 Weeks:
20th Apr to 25th July - Holiday: Half Term & End Holiday 18th to 31st May

Fee Plan

Booking Payment


Remainder payment:


The remaining fees deadline: 24th September 2019

By paying all together you will receive £50 Discount.

Times & Classes

Male Classes


Per Month (On Direct Debit Program)
  • Every Friday
  • 7:00pm-9:00pm
  • Starting

Female Classes


Per Month (On Direct Debit Program)
  • Every Friday or Sunday
  • 7:00pm-9:00pm or 10:00am-12:00pm
  • Starting
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A key skill in learning any language is the ability to write in that language correctly, take relevant notes in that language and have the ability to apply what one has learnt in order to author something useful. For example, something like a letter, CV, have a conversation and more.


The ability to read fluently and understand what one reads is probably the most important of the 4 skills as it is directly related to our relationship with the Qur’aan. Our ability to read and understand it. A large part of our curriculum is to develop ones ability to quickly identify meaning of words, phrases and sentence structures.


During this level, each student will develop the ability to recognise Arabic words and phrases primarily by listening. This is the first step to successfully having an engaging conversation in Arabic.


It is very important for any student of any language to practice what they learn regularly, both in and outside of class. We give a lot of emphasis on practicing the vocabulary, the use of the words in sentences and the various different ways of expressing oneself.

Key Concepts Of Level 2 Beginners

Below are some videos covering the key concepts which will be covered in this level

Grammar Introduction

During this level you will begin to study basic Arabic grammar. We’ll introduce you to Arabic terminologies and ideas, and how to use them to understand simple to intermediate sentences and clauses.

Lesson Focus

  • Arabic grammar foundations
  • Signs of ‘Iraab’ & types of words
  • How to add meaning to sentences

‘Arabic Verbs’

In the Arabic language we have three types of words. One is an ‘ism’, which loosely translates to a noun. Another is ‘harf’, which are particles such as ‘and’ or ‘but’ that would not make sense on their own. The final one is a ‘fil’, which we call an ‘Arabic verb’ as its nature is very different to that of an English verb.

Lesson Focus

  • Past tense ‘Arabic Verbs’
  • Every other tense ‘Arabic Verbs’
  • Order of ‘Arabic Verbs’

‘Arabic Verbs’

In the Arabic language we have three types of words. One is an ‘ism’ which loosely translates as a noun, the other is a ‘Fil’ which we call an ‘Arabic Verb’, because its nature is very different from an English Verb.

Lesson Focus

  • Past Tense ‘Arabic Verbs’
  • Every Other Tense ‘Arabic Verbs’
  • Order ‘Arabic Verbs’

“He Said, She Said, We all Said”

In this level, we will complete our study of Arabic pronouns and how you attach them to words. This is a very important lesson and sets the pace for the language as a whole.

Lesson Focus

  • Attaching pronouns to ‘Arabic Verbs’
  • Components of ‘Arabic Verbs’
  • Constant oral practice

Lesson Samples

At the first part of this level, you will learn the very basics. Below is a video that will summarise the types of sentences that will first be required to learn.


Gradual progression

After completing the basics, you will progress to a more advanced level where there will be greater focus on grammar and language expression. Below is a video that will summarise the types of sentences that will be covered.

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