Arabic Levels

Please see an approximate list of topics below.  There is a focus on developing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in addition to learning grammar.  Vocabulary building is approached from a number of angles.

Arabic Beginners A

Introduction of the language

Arabic alphabet

learning tanvin, shadda, and sun and moon letters. 

greet others.

Numbers (1-10)


definite and indefinite nouns,

feminine and masculine,

some cultural topics

Arabic Beginners B
singular, dual and plural forms,

yes/no questions,

subject pronoun,

Conjugation past and present tenses just for a few pronouns.

Attached pronouns

adjectives and nouns agreement.

some cultural topics

Arabic Beginners C


make requests and describe things.

verbal and nominal sentences,

some WH (information) questions,


nisba adjectives

Arabic Beginners D

some prepositions and positional words

complete past and present tense.

making verbs in negation forms
name colors, seasons, , some animals and objects.

simple texts and doing puzzles and games.

begin to improve their reading skills by reading children stories and different texts.

Arabic Intermediate A

basic conversations about a range of everyday activities.

read and write more complex sentences a

name some clothes, parts of the body, relatives, places and foods.


complete WH questions,

Arabic Intermediate B
future tense and its negative form

comparative and superlative adjectives,

broken plural, and collective nouns.

complete prepositions,

Conversational proficiency continues to be emphasized.

Arabic Intermediate C

In this level, students will build a strong foundation through practice and review of all previous lessons.

They will learn to predict the meaning of unfamiliar words based on their context and continue to improve their speaking and listening skills.

subject-verb agreement,

direct and indirect objects,

Arabic Intermediate D

the imperative.
Past continuous