Confidence is the secret ingredient to speaking any language. Arabic 6 is for you if you have the grammar and vocabulary down, but maybe you just need a little more practice.
Start here if you’ve already completed Arabic 5 with us, or if you can confidently use place nouns, definite and indefinite articles, mawomen what/who, interrogatives, demonstratives, examples, colors, and kana to mark time and duration. You should also be able to conjugate verbs ending in “waw” and “ya,” and have a good handle on prepositions, months, Arabic diacritics, majrour nouns, nominalization, and the dual.
Everyday vocabulary. Double verbs. Numbers past 100. Mansoub nouns. Root verbs with four consonants. Plural of feminine verbs. Majhoul verbs. Maf3oul nouns. Possessive pronouns. Ina in nominal sentences.
Feel familiar with Arabic’s verb patterns. Read an Arabic newspaper. Listen to the news and radio in Arabic. Have conversations about what’s going on in politics or your social life with your Arabic-speaking friends.
From day one, you’ll be engaging in conversation with your instructor and your classmates. This will prepare you to feel confident and comfortable when speaking with natives.
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