Level 3 awakens your inner Arab. This level makes the difference. Read richer, more descriptive articles (Muslim Minorities Across the World, Gentleness to Animals, the Father Son Relationship, Water is the Origin of Life, etc.). Learn famous Arabic fables and idioms. Practice giving short presentations. Read your first entire book of Classical Arabic (a well regarded text of Prophetic Biography) to propel your reading ability. By the end of Level 3 you attain the freedom to be yourself in Arabic. Now you have unlocked enough of Arabic to understand most of what you hear very well and to express yourself comfortably. This is also when you can hope to have your first dream in Arabic.
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they love Arabic. Why? Arabic is an incredible language, truly one of a kind. Arabic is a language of mind blowing order. Through its root word system, many different words of different meanings are all derived from a single three letter root. Arabic is a language of remarkable depth. Rich both in number of words and in different shades of meaning for single words, Arabic is a sophisticated language capable of conveying remarkably nuanced meanings.
Arabic is language of hair splitting precision. Through the use of inflection, the Grammatic roles are made clear and the intended meaning is accurately understood. Sentence order can signify importance or order of occurrence, but a change in the typical VSO (Verb Subject Object) order can put emphasis on a meaning in the sentence beyond the action itself. Aside from just a single form and a plural form there’s a dual form. Likewise, verbs aren’t just conjugated for single and plural tenses, but also for the dual tense. This is realized along with separate conjugations for masculine and feminine tenses. All of this lends to the precision of Arabic. Amazingly, while these facts sound complicated to beginners, all of these skills are internalized without incident by the end of Level 1 in their Program.
Arabic is a language of age old tradition. Arabic is an old language, with deep roots in the Sciences and the Humanities. Arabic was also the vehicle of Islam’s canon; from the texts of the Quran and Hadith to the Islamic Sciences of Tafseer, Hadith Commentary, Creed, and Jurisprudence.See all Rumman Academy courses