Level 3 Arabic – Intermediate


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This is a 1 year course where the student will achieve an intermediate level of the Arabic Language and will be ready to sit and pass a GCSE exam if you wanted to sit that exam. 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.

This level is directed at those who understand basic Arabic grammar, and the difference between an Arabic noun and an Arabic verb. Each student must show adequate knowledge of all three verb tenses. For those who have studied the Madeenah Arabic series, you need to have completed half of Book 2.

School Terms

3 Term Program

These are the times for the Arabic Classes

Term Dates 2020/21

Autumn Term
14 Weeks: 7th Sep to 20th Dec 2020 - Holiday: Half Term 26th Oct to 1st Nov

Spring Term
11 Weeks: 4th Jan to 28th March - Holiday: Half Term 1st to 21st Feb

Spring Term

11 Weeks:
19th Apr to 25th July 2021 - Holiday: 3rd May to 16th May Half Term: 31th May to 6th Jun

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 Wednesday
  • 7:00pm-9:00pm
  • Starting

Female Classes


Per Month (On Direct Debit Program)
  • Every Sunday
  • 12:00pm-2:00pm
  • Starting
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Our Curriculum

Throughout this level course the student will cover the following topics:

  • Ordinal Numbers
  • Comparative and superlative
  • Non-Past Tense Verbs
  • Order Verbs
  • Counting All
  • Introduction to Arabic Grammar – Verbs
  • The wonderful world of أنْ
  • Affirming & Negating actions
  • كان and her sisters
  • Sentence analysis – Nominal vs Verbal Sentences
  • And much more…

At the end of this course, the student will develop a good understanding of Arabic and have the ability to understand a large part of the Qur’aan and more complex Hadeeth as well as be able to initiate and take part in conversation.

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


At this stage each student is required to develop their writing abilities. This will be achieved by practicing letter writing, writing speeches, short stories, CV’s and more.


For this level, each student is require do read plenty of both classical works and modern writings. Classical material such as select passages of the Qur’an, Hadeeth, Classical poems and short stories. They will also be required to read modern materials such as conversations, public speeches, letters and much more.


It is required at this level to have plenty of exposure to the Arabic language. We have therefore prepared for each student hours of Arabic conversations, poem recitals, and more in order for each student to train their ears to recognise the Arabic language.


A large focus for KS3 is for each student to become fluent in speaking and dialogue. The student needs to be able to respond spontaneously to questions, engage in conversation and ask questions of their own. We will also focus on developing the ability to describe what one seems in imagery or express their feelings about various topics.

Key Concepts Of Level 3

Below are some key concepts that will be covered at this level.

Grammar Of Arabic Verbs

During this stage you will learn about the grammar related to the Arabic verb, for example which words change a verb’s state, and how those changes affect the meaning.

Lesson Focus

  • Grammatical states of Arabic verbs
  • Which words affect an Arabic verb
  • Clear and subtle changes in meaning

It’s About What I Want

You will cover a very important milestone in studying the Arabic language, which is the ability to request items you want and actions you want done.

Lesson Focus

  • How to say ‘I want this’
  • How to say ‘I want to do that’
  • The above with all pronouns

Arabic Verb Morphology

Arabic Verbs follow set rules and principles that govern how they change from past tense to other tense. During this term you will study what happens when weak letters are used in the beginning, middle and end of a word.

Lesson Focus

  • Weak Letters At Beginning Of Word
  • Weak Letters At Middle Of Word
  • Weak Letters At End Of Word
  • When Last Two Letters Are The Same

Grammar Overview

After completing studies of volumes 1 and 2 of the Madeenah Series and al-Aajuroomiyyah, this level will cover the main elements of Arabic Grammar, briefly covering 90% of the different elements of the Arabic Language. This is a necessary revision before embarking upon the science of Sarf – morphology – which is the main focus of Level 4.

Lesson Focus

  • What are “Mu’rab” and “Mabnee”
  • All signs of ‘I’raab’
  • 90% of the ‘reasons’ for I’raab

Taking It A Step Further

After starting off the term with a brief overview of Arabic Grammar, you will also be introduced to more complex types of sentences and will be required to use the knowledge you’ve learnt to understand the Qur’an and the Sunnah.

Lesson Focus

  • Phrases that describe the state someone or something is in
  • Two types of sentences
  • ‘Mubtada’ and ‘khabar’ in-depth

Names Of Things

As level 4 focuses on the science of ‘Sarf’ (morphology), you will start off learning the patterns that define ‘who’ does actions, ‘who’ receives actions, ‘where’ and ‘when’ actions take place and the names of the ‘tools’ used to perform such actions.

Lesson Focus

  • Names for the ‘doer’ of actions (i.e. the subject)
  • Names for people or things actions are being done to (i.e. the object)
  • Names for places where, or times when, actions take place
  • Names for tools used to perform actions

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