2-Madinah Arabic Book 2- Class Presentations

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Madinah Book2 Vocabulary

Lesson 01-Sentence Analysis

Lesson 01- إنَّ 

Lesson 01- إٍنَّ و الضَمائرُ

Lesson 01-Flash Cards

Lesson 02- لَيسَ

Lesson 03 – اسمُ التَّفضِيلِ

Lesson 03 – كَأنَّ

Lesson 03- 04 -Revision Test Presentation

Lesson 03 – 04- Test

Madinah Arabic Book 2 – Verbs in Nominal and Verbal Sentences – Part 1

Madinah Arabic Book 2 – Verbs Practice Sheet

Madinah Arabic Book 2 – The Done To (مَفْعُوْلٌ بِهِ)

Madinah Arabic Book 2- الفعل اللَازم و المُتعدِي

Lesson 01- An Intro to Nouns like غالٍ, وادٍ, قاضٍٍ

Lesson 07- Intro to Weak Verbs (Lesson-07)

Madinah Arabic Book 2 – Rules for sukun on the last letter (Lesson-07)

Madinah Arabic Book 2 – Definite and Indefinite “Zu” (Lesson-07)

Madinah Arabic Book 2 – Lesson 07-Mafulun Bihi-Adding Pronouns 

Madinah Arabic Book 2 – Lesson 07-  الواو الزائدة

Lesson09-Declension Worksheet- Madinah Arabic Book2

Madinah Arabic Book 2 –  Lesson 10 – الفِعلُ

Lesson 13 – الفِعلُ المُضا رعُ

Lesson 14 – الفعل الامر

Lesson 14- How to make amr (flash cards)

Lesson 14 – Al Fayl As Sahih (flash cards)

Lesson 14 – Al Fayl Al Mautal (flash cards)

Lesson 14 – kaana-yakunu, qaala-yaqulu

Lesson 15- Verb Forms- Part 1

Lesson 15- الفعل الماضي مينِيٌ

Lesson 16 – المصدر المؤوّل (video)

Lesson 16 – المصدر المؤوّل

Lesson 17 – الأفعال المبنية والمعربة

Lesson 18-Revision Test Presentation

Lesson 18- Test

Lesson 20 – إعراب المُثنى (video)

Lesson 22 – الأجوف

Madinah Arabic Book 2 – Lesson 26 – اسم تَصغِير

Lesson 43 – النفي في العربية

useful vidoes:

علامات الإعراب الأصلية وعلامات الإعراب الفرعية


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