Back to Course

Level 1 - Arabic

0% Complete
0/57 Steps
  1. Unit 1 - Introduction (Greetings)
    10 Lessons
    3 Quizzes
  2. Unit 2 - Simple sentences
    10 Lessons
    4 Quizzes
  3. Unit 3 - The Genitive Case
    11 Lessons
    5 Quizzes
  4. Unit 4 - Verbs
    9 Lessons
    4 Quizzes
  5. Unit 5 - The Accusative Case
    12 Lessons
    4 Quizzes
Unit 5 of 5
In Progress

Unit 5 – The Accusative Case

Unit description

In this unit, students learn about the accusative case. This covers the “object” of a verb, and after completing this unit, students will bw able to form more complex sentences, using transitive verbs and their accusative objects.

How to navigate this unit

Lessons must be completed in the correct order. Upon completing a lesson, it is necessary to mark as complete. This can be done by pressing the button at the bottom of the lesson page. This will allow users to progress to the next lesson.

After completing a unit, students must mark as complete. This can be done by pressing the button at the bottom of the unit page (this page).

Frequently asked questions

Why is there no English in lessons?

Our videos are intended to create an immersive environment for learners. Instead of simply translating Arabic into English, we want learners to immerse themselves into the language they’re learning, allowing them to listenspeakread, and even think in Arabic.

Pronunciation of vowels at the end of and between words

In general conversation, learners might notice Arabic speakers often don’t pronounce the vowels at the end of words (especially if stopping on that word). For example, instead of say m? ismuka, an Arabic speaker might say “ma-smuk“. However, for learning purposes, we will almost always pronounce the vowels at the beginning and end of words. Although it is not necessary to pronounce some vowels, it is necessary to know what they are. As students progress in their learning, it will become apparent which vowels can be omitted and which are necessary to enunciate.

How to study

There are two steps to learning something new. The first step is comprehending the information, and the second step is retaining the information. Watching a video once is not sufficient to complete both of these steps (even a student with an eidetic/photographic memory needs to comprehend the information in order for it to be useful!).

Students are advised to watch videos as many times as needed, and pause to take notes. A detailed description of each lesson is included beneath the video. However, it is still advisable for students to make their own notes, as writing is known to aid memorisation.

Remember, just because you know something today, doesn’t mean you’ll remember it next week! Revision is a major key to language learning.

How long to spend on each page

It is up to the learner how long they spend on each lesson. However, the minimum time a student must spend on a lesson, before being able to mark it as complete, is the length of the video included in that lesson. Students should at least watch each video in its entirety before progressing to the next.

More questions?

Check out our questions forum to see questions other users have posted, or to post a question of your own.

Alternatively, send a private message to one of our teachers (we have male and female teachers – select the ‘teachers’ filter on our members page), or to our admin (@myarabichub). All our teachers have verified profiles, and a “teacher” label on their profile (next to their name).

Ready to start?

Lesson are listed below, so if you’re ready to go, feel free to get started with lesson 1! Happy learning!