Once a student masters the basics and completes the intermediate stage, they will then proceed to the advanced level. This will open the door to understanding the linguistic miracle of the Quran.

We will explain and expound the topic of verbs in Classical Arabic and their usage in the Quran. You wll discover the vastness of meaning associated with the 3 tenses of verbs. We will also explore the vast meanings of different verb structures. We will give numerous examples in and outside the Quran. This course will delve into the finer points of Classical Arabic grammar and will explain why the eloquence of the Qur'an is unprecedented and unmatched.
These lessons delve into the different meanings of the conjunction thumma ثُمَّ . We will examine this with a number of examples from both inside and outside the Quran. 


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We will delve into the linguistic aspects related to the verbal noun ( Masdar). We will discuss the patterns of verbal nouns and extra meanings associated with them. We will examine the Masdar Meemee and compare it with the normal Masdar. There will be many examples from the Quran and other linguistic discussions. We will see other usgaes of the Masdar such as the absolute object.
This is a classical Arabic grammar manual that covers the fundamentals of Arabic Grammar in extensive detail .This course will be ideal for any student who has studied the Madina books ( Books 1-3), Commentary of the Ajrummiyah or equivalent, and wants to take this knowledge to the next level in order to be able to master Arabic Grammar and to begin studies in Rhetoric. The book will be read in Arabic and expounded upon in great detail. The lessons covered are from the introduction until the reasons for being partially declinable.
This is a classical Arabic grammar manual that covers the fundamentals of Arabic Grammar in great detail .This course will be ideal for any student who has studied the Madina books ( Books 1-3), Commentary of the Ajrummiyah or equivalent, and wants to take this knowledge to the next step in order to be able to master Arabic Grammar and to begin studies in Rhetoric. The book will be read in Arabic and expounded upon in great detail. The lessons covered are from Nominative case Nouns until the end of Accusative nouns.
This is a classical Arabic grammar manual that covers the fundamentals of Arabic Grammar in great detail .This course will be ideal for any student who has studied the Madina books ( Books 1-3), Commentary of the Ajrummiyah or equivalent, and wants to take this knowledge to the next step in order to be able to master Arabic Grammar and to begin studies in Rhetoric. The book will be read in Arabic and expounded upon in great detail. The lessons covered are from Al-tawaabi' - the nouns that follow until we complete the section on nouns.
This is a classical Arabic grammar manual that covers the fundamentals of Arabic Grammar in great detail .This course will be ideal for any student who has studied the Madina books ( Books 1-3), Commentary of the Ajrummiyah or equivalent, and wants to take this knowledge to the next step in order to be able to master Arabic Grammar and to begin studies in Rhetoric. The book will be read in Arabic and expounded upon in great detail. The lessons will cover verbs.
This is a classical Arabic grammar manual that covers the fundamentals of Arabic Grammar in great detail .This course will be ideal for any student who has studied the Madina books ( Books 1-3), Commentary of the Ajrummiyah or equivalent, and wants to take this knowledge to the next step in order to be able to master Arabic Grammar and to begin studies in Rhetoric. The book will be read in Arabic and expounded upon in great detail. The lessons will cover particles.
Indefiniteness and Definiteness are one of the first concepts which are taught in introductory Arabic grammar. Delve into the finer points of Classical Arabic grammar and discover why the eloquence of the Qur'an is unprecedented and unmatched. The subjects covered in the course will be related predominately to Balagha (Rhetoric) and a basic understanding of Arabic will be highly recommend.
We will delve into the structures of a Nominal and Verbal sentences and will demonstrate how changing word positions and/or structures will affect the meaning. We will look at bringing forth and delaying different aspects of the sentence including the subject, predicate, doer,object prepositional phrase, adverb and we will give numerous examples in and outside the Quran. This course will delve into the finer points of Classical Arabic grammar and will explain why the eloquence of the Qur'an is unprecedented and unmatched.