1-Madinah Arabic Book 1- Class Presentations

Madinah_Book1_Arabic_Text

Lesson 01 – Parts of Speech (Class Presentation)

Lesson 01 – Noun Endings

Lesson 03 – Pronouns 

Lesson 02 – Mubtada, Khabr

Lesson 02 – Mubtada, Khabr – Ism Ishara

Lesson 03- Noun Endings (Class Presentation)

Lesson 03-Noun Endings Practice

Videos:

Madinah Arabic Book 1: Lesson 1  ( هَذَا )
Madinah Arabic Book 1: Lesson 2  ذَلِكَ )
Madinah Arabic Book 1: Lesson 3  ( الْمُبْتَدَا وَالْخَبْرْ )

Madinah Arabic Book 1 – Lesson 04 – Prepositions

Madinah Arabic Book 1 – Possessor and the Possessed (Class Presentation)

Madinah Arabic Book 1 – Possessor and the Possessed Analyzing (Class Presentation)

Lesson 00- Attached Pronouns

Madinah Arabic Book 1 –  مَن  تَحتَ  يا (Class Presentation)

Madinah Arabic Book 1 – Analysis Practice

Madinah Arabic Book 1 – Hamzatul Wasl

Madinah Arabic Book 1 – Feminine Nouns

Madinah Arabic Book 1- لِ – أيضًا – جِدًّا

Lesson 07 – Chart (Idafah, Mubtada Khabr)

Lesson 07 – Grammar Analysis

Madinah Arabic Book 1- Lesson 09- Sentence Analysis

Madinah Arabic Book1 – Lesson 09 – Adjectives

Madinah Arabic Book1 – Lesson 09 – Adjectives- Some Rules

Madinah Arabic Book1 – Lesson 10- Possessive Pronouns and Nouns

Madinah Arabic Book1-Lesson 10-Flash Cards-Word Analysis

Madinah Arabic Book1 – Lesson 13 – Plurals

Madinah Arabic Book1 – Lesson 13 – Declensions Worksheets

Madinah Arabic Book1 – Lesson 14 – Proper Nouns with no Tanween

Madinah Arabic Book1 – Lesson 14 – Analysis Charts

Lesson 14 – Past Tense Verbs Flash Cards

Lesson 14 – Past Tense- Step by Step

Lesson 14 – They Word “Ayyu” comess as Mudaf

Lesson 14 – Pronouns and Analyzing Sentences

Lesson 14 – Past Tense Verbs – Vowels and the Doer

Lesson 14 – Past Tense Verbs – Done to/Object presentation and worksheets

Lesson 15 – Past Tense Verbs – 2nd Person

Lesson 15 – Roots and Patterns in Arabic Words

Madinah Arabic Book1-Lesson 16 and Lesson 17 – “Kullu jama’ muanath”

Madinah Arabic – Work Book4A

Madinah Arabic – Work Book-4B

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