Morphology of Arabic language

Morphology of Arabic language | Arabic morphology

Studying morphology is the best way to comprehend the meanings of Arabic words.

What's Arabic Morphology?

Morphology is a science of linguistics that deals with the meanings generated from the extra letters added to the template word.

Those meanings include tense, and a voice, among other connotations.

For example, the word استنصروا comes from the word نصر.but those extra letters have produced a meaning different than the original one.

Provided by FluentArabi platform, this course will cover the main aspects of Arabic morphology systematically and in an easy manner. It pays clear attention to the classifications of verbs- regarding time, tense, mood, and different forms. So, it is suitable for students who have an advanced level of Arabic fluency.

At the end of the morphology of the Arabic language course, the student will be able to

  • Learn how to derive verbs and nouns from a set of base letters and how they conjugate in the different tenses to reflect gender, plurality, voice, and other aspects.

  • Attain some knowledge about verb irregularities.

  • Learn the difference between passive and active voice gain a deep understanding of scales of verbs and types of nouns Learn how to Quickly derive the meaning of new words by breaking down their morphological structure.

  • Learn how to search in the Arabic dictionaries and decipher the meaning of any word.

What will you learn in this course?

This course consists of three levels: Basic, intermediate, and advanced

The first level

1- The past verb thalathi
2- Past tense with subject pronouns.
3- Past tense with object pronouns.
4- extracting the Present tense of the past verb thalathi.
5- extracting Adverbs of the past verb thalathi
6- extracting the imperative of the past verb thalathi

7- Extracting the meanings of the past verb thalathi from the lexicon.

The Second level

1. The morphological scale for verbs

2- Formulation of verbs consisting of more than 3 words

3- ism fail and ism mafool from the verb thalathi in the past tens

4- morphology (sarf) faal mahmooz thalathi

5- morphology (sarf) faal muda’af thalathi

6. morphology (sarf) faal Mithal thalathi

7-  Morphology (sarf) faal Naqis thalathi 

8.  Morphology (sarf) faal  Mazid thalathi 

9.  Passive verbs in the present tense

10. Passive verbs in the past tense 

11.  Searching verbs from  Arabic Mu’jam

The Third Level

1. Adjectives and nouns

2. Masdar the  faal thalathi

3. Masdar the faal Rabai’ (consisting of 4 letters)

4. .Masdar the faal khamasi (consisting of 5 letters) 

5. Masdar the faal sadasi (consisting of 6 letters)  

6.ism al-zaman wa ism al- makaan

7.ism fail from the non- thathlasi verbs

8. ismul mafool from the non- thathlasi verbs

The duration of the Morphology Arabic course

Morphology Arabic Course consists of three levels. Each takes approximately 6 months. This period differs according to the student’s acquisition capacity, language background, and how much he/she is passionate about learning the Arabic language.

 We advise the student in this program to dedicate 3-5 times a week to this course until he\she masters it.


Frequently asked questions about this course

At the beginning of learning anything, it must be difficult at first, but with continuity and seriousness in seeking knowledge from skilled, qualified teachers who are proficient in the Arabic language because it is their mother tongue, and this will eventually lead to a wonderful result for the student.

The student must be patient and not be lazy in attending the class and be committed to doing what the teacher asks of him until he achieves his/her goal.

Morphology is a branch of Arabic. The main purposes of morphology were to preserve the tongue from error in reciting the Holy Qur’an and to preserve the meaning of the Qur’an in every place in which the word was mentioned. Where morphology preserves the Arabic word, and this knowledge was also derived from the words of Allah Almighty, from the Holy Qur’an, and from the honorable Sunnah of the Prophet.

Identifying the fixed morphological structure of the word, where the place of the syntactic word is known, as the syntax of the word changes according to its position in the sentence.

Morphology helps to understand what is meant by the legal text and the ruling of the legal text from it.

The difference between Arabic grammar and morphology is that grammar deals with word forms and the conditions of Arabic words in terms of syntax and construction; and syntax, while construction, is the necessity of a word for one case. As for morphology, it is the science that helps to know the structure of a word in order to clarify the moral purpose, such as singular, dual, and plural, or to clarify the verbal purpose,

Thus, grammar and morphology are two sciences that complement each other, as grammar clarifies the syntax and construction of a word, and morphology clarifies the transformations and changes that take place in the Arabic word and its divisions.

The teachers are qualified and have the ability to communicate information to the student in various modern ways through whiteboards, videos, and all that is needed in the course and the aids that enable the student to communicate information in a wonderful way and increase the student’s effectiveness in the classroom.

Our Fluent Arabi Institute is characterized by accuracy and good follow-up with students and provides everything that benefits the student in order to raise his level and efficiency.

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