Arabic4Women: Level 3: Beginning Conversation

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Those who believe in the Oneness of Allah and whose hearts find rest
in the remembrance of Allah - Verily, in the remembrance of Allah do
the hearts find rest.
Ra’d 13:28

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Acknowledgement
I thank my mother for her creative genes.
I thank my father for teaching me discipline and focus.
I thank my grandmothers for showing unconditional love.
I thank my daughter for teaching me patience.
I thank my teachers at the Fagr Center in Cairo, Egypt.
I thank the numerous Arab women who trained and cultivated me in
the Arabic language without knowing they were doing so.
I thank Allah for the person who guided me to Islam for without
Islam, there is no success in this life or the next.
I thank all my sisters in Philadelphia and Charlotte, who inspired me
to produce this work

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and plurals Nadiya Johnson al-Khad-raa 4 . & Them People. possessions. ‫ا ََُْى ا‬ Al-mus-tawa a-Thaa-lithu Beginning Conversation Us. You All.

(your faith) increasing due to your understanding of Allah’s eloquence and being guided by His speech! Imagine yourself. you can create your own pace.Ahlan wa sahlan! (Welcome) Thank you for your interest in this book and your interest in learning Arabic language! I was just like many of you. Imagine yourself receiving those ‘hasanaat’ on your scale. or the reminder. Some people can handle a fast-paced learning environment where they are immersed in the language. Your Us-taa-tha (teacher) Nadiya Johnson al-Khad-raa 5 . Other people need a slower pace in which they can ponder over each step. then I want to help you achieve that. standing in the taraweeh prayer in Ramadan and actually understanding the recitation of the Imam! Imagine tears streaming down your face because you understood the admonishment. young and old. to reading the Quran and speaking Arabic. “There is no way I can learn to read this!” However. So get focused. this book is especially for you! With love. From the heart sisters. Use my Suggested Study Schedule to move as quickly or as slowly as you choose. The first time I saw the Quran in Arabic. but not everyone can learn at the same pace. I thought. My workbook series and website are designed to take you from alif-baa-taa. With my curriculum. Begin to envision yourself reciting the Book of Allah with ease in your most beautiful voice. by the permission of Allah. One thing I am sure about is that EVERYONE can learn. Accept me as your teacher because I already claim you as my student. I have taught Arabic language to many Englishspeakers. I can tell you that I did and YOU CAN too! By Allah’s permission. English is my first language. or 10 rewards for every letter. or the promise from the Lord of the Worlds! If you want this more than anything. Imagine your Iman.

9 َ ِْ"‫ ِد‬4ََ/ 08َْ ْ=:8< ‫ْب‬%‫. and all of his companions. Your dua: 2ً ِْ/ 0ِ. And may His peace and blessings be upon Muhammad. The Turner of Hearts.May Allah ta’aala assist you with what you are seeking.ْ‫ ِزد‬+ ُ+‫ا‬ Allahumma zid-nee ilmaa Oh Allah. ا‬ َ :%ُ 2َ" + ُ+‫ا‬ Allahumma yaa Muqalib al qu-loob. and beautifying my worship of you. for verily with Him is all success. being thankful to you. help me in remembering you. increase me in knowledge 9ِ‫ َد‬2َ8ِ/ ِ ْ ُ ‫ك َو‬ َ ِ ْ7ُ6 ‫ك َو‬ َ ِ ْ‫ ِذآ‬4ََ/ 0ِِ/‫ ا‬+ ُ+‫ا‬ Allahumma a’ee-nee ala thik-ri-ka wa shuk-ri-ka wa hus-n iba-da-tik Oh Allah. his family. make my heart firm upon Your religion. 6 . thabit qal-bee alaa deenik Oh Allah.

protect it. Wednesday 5:30am – 6:00am Thursday 5:30am – 6:00am Read the Quran in any place. 7 . Tuesday 5:30am. Level 3 & 4 students should build vocabulary lists from the Quran with help from the Hans Wehr dictionary. Riyad aSaaliheen with your family.6:00am Complete written exercises for the lesson. Study a book such as. View the videos making sure you repeat the words/sentences.6:15am Saturday Sunday Attend lectures online or at your local mas-jid. try to recognize letters/words from the Arabic while reading the translation. Read surah Kahaf 20 minutes. As the Arab proverb goes: “Time is like a sword. if you don’t cut with it. Your time is precious. Review the lesson 20 minutes. view videos to the lesson. Take the imla (dictation) online and check your answers after.Suggested Study Schedule for Busy Women Make your intention by going to bed early. it will cut you!” Monday 5:30am – 6:00am Read the new lesson. Friday 5:30am. Review the lesson.

reading will become easier and easier as you accustom your eyes to the Arabic text and your mouth to the pronunciation of the letters. The more you read that one surah. reading will be difficult. the easier it will become. the easier it is to read! And time spent reading the Book of Allah is never wasted. You must stick with that surah until you complete this level inshaAllah. In other words. rather be determined! After difficulty comes ease. which is a copy of the complete Quran in Arabic.Learning to Read the Quran For this series. I suggest a large copy and not a small one. With patience and consistency. 8 . It may take several minutes just to struggle through a few words. If you follow the Suggested Study Schedule. you will choose one surah to read on Wednesdays. In the beginning. the more you read. you will need a ‘mus-haf’. Do not be discouraged.

” Sahih Muslim hadith #1707 Advising your children Luqman’s advice to his son Low Faith (Imaan) If you want fear of the Hereafter The conversation between the people of the fire and the people of paradise 9 .(as much as you can read) or Protect your home from Shytaan’s attacks Last 2 verses 285-286 Surah Luqman (#31) Verses 12-19 Surah al-Araf (#7) Verses 33-51 Abu Hurayra reported. (sallallahu alyhi was salam) said: Do not make your houses graveyards Shaytaan runs from the house in which suratul baqara is recited.Some Suggested Quran Readings These are only my suggestions for your Wednesday reading. Name of Chapter Situation What is contained in the verses Having a baby Story of Zakariya Surah Maryam (#19) Verses 16-31 Wanting a child Difficult pregnancy Story of Maryam Surah Taha (#20) Giving da’awa Difficulty. However you can choose any part of the Quran you prefer. Allah’s Messenger. needing help of Allah Story of Musa and Harun Read particularly on Fridays Story of the young men in the cave.35 Surah Kahaf (#18) Verses 1-10 (or as much as you can) Surah al-Baqara (#2) Verse 1. Verse 9.

Learn how to use it and it will help you to find your surah. It is usually found in the back of the ‘mus-haf’. 10 .This page is called a ‘fah-ras’ or table of contents.

or thing). when a new word is introduced. These plurals (‘jum u’). This book requires you to do quite a bit of memorizing. then you will be happy that you took this time and effort to memorize. When memorizing these word forms. for the most part must be memorized as we learn new vocabulary.Level 3 Introduction In this workbook you will be learning how to talk about yourself. its plural will also be introduced inshaAllah. 11 . has a plural form. a plural is made up of 3 or more things or people. Pronouns will also have a singular and plural form. In the Arabic language. it is important to be patient. The first thing you’ll be memorizing inshaAllah. Do not allow yourself to feel frustrated and do not ask too many questions. place. It is important to do the work of memorizing and wait and see the benefit later These plural forms are part of the beauty and eloquence of the Arabic language. singular (‘mufrad’) and plural (‘jem’u’) of many words. inshaAllah. other people. When you begin to understand the Quran. The second thing you’ll be memorizing is pronoun forms like ‘he’ and ‘she’ or ‘his’ and ‘hers’. Every noun (person. So going forward. families and possessions.

+‫ ا ُآ‬Eُ ْ َD ِ2+ ‫ا‬ Eُ ْ َD ِْ ْ7H‫ا‬ Sound masc.‫س ا و ُل‬ ُ ْ‫ا ر‬ Plurals Types and Patterns ‫ع‬ ُ ُْ ُC‫ا‬ F+.Gَ ُ ‫ ا‬Eُ ْ َD ِ2+ ‫ا‬ Sound fem. Broken 12 .

13 .‫ن‬ َ ْ‫و‬Lُ َِHْCُ ‫ن‬ َ ُْO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ ‫ا‬ The believers are righteous. The polytheists are in the fire. This kind of plural is formed for people and not for things.‫ن‬ َ ُْUِ2َT ‫ن‬ َ ُِْ ْGُ ‫ا‬ The teachers are hard-working. It is seen very often in the Quran. The teachers are in the school.ِSَO‫ْ َر‬Lَ ‫ ا‬0ِQ ‫ن‬ َ ُْO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ ‫ا‬ .ِS+َC‫ ا‬0ِQ ‫ن‬ َ ُِْ ْGُ ‫ا‬ The believers are in paradise. .jem’ul Mutha-kkar Saalim The Sound Masculine Plural is formed by adding ‘waw’ and ‘noon’ to the end of a noun.‫ ِر‬2+‫ ا‬0ِQ ‫ن‬ َ ُْ‫ْ ِآ‬Pُ ‫ا‬ *It is also formed for adjectives describing people. .. ‫ن‬ َ ُْ ِْ ُ ← ٌِْ ُ ‫ن‬ َ ِْ ْGُ ← ٌ ِ ْGُ ‫ن‬ َ ُْO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ ← ٌ‫ ِرس‬Lَ ُ ‫ن‬ َ ُْ‫ْ ِآ‬Pُ ← ٌ‫ْ ِك‬Pُ Some example sentences: . .Lِ ِCْ َ ‫ ا‬0ِQ ‫ن‬ َ ُْ ِْ ُ ‫ا‬ The Muslims are in the masjid.

One sleeping ← ٌWِ/2Q One doing an action ← ٌ ِ ْGُ Believer ← ٌِ2َT Patient one ← ٌِD2َُ One migrating 14 .Write the ‘jem’u mu-thak-kar saalim’ (Sound Masculine Plural) by adding ‘waw’ ‘noon’ ‫ن‬ َ ُْO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ ← ٌ‫رس‬: Lَ ُ Teacher ← ٌ‫س‬Lِ َُْ Engineer ← ٌِ‫آ‬2َ6 Thankful one ← ٌِV2َT One fasting ← ٌِV2َ.

ِ‫ر‬2+‫ ا‬0ِQ ‫ت‬ ُ 2َ‫ْ ِآ‬Pُ ‫ا‬ 15 .ِSَO‫ْ َر‬Lَ ‫ ا‬0ِQ ‫ت‬ ُ 2َO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ ‫ا‬ .ِS+َC‫ ا‬0ِQ ‫ت‬ ُ 2َِ ْGُ ‫ا‬ The believing women are in jenna. ٌ‫ت‬2َ ِْ ُ ← ٌSَ ِْ ُ ٌ‫ت‬2َِ ْGُ ← ٌSَِ ْGُ ٌ‫ت‬2َO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ ← ٌSَO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ ٌ‫ت‬2َ‫ْ ِآ‬Pُ ← ٌSَ‫ْ ِآ‬Pُ Some example sentences: . This kind of plural is formed for people and many feminine things.jem’ul Mu-a-nneth Saalim The Sound Feminine Plural is formed by changing the ‘taa marbootah’ to ‘alif-taa’ at the end of the noun.Lِ ِCْ َ ‫ ا‬0ِQ ‫ت‬ ُ 2َ ِْ ُ ‫ا‬ The Muslim women are in the masjid The female teachers are in the school. . It is also very commonly seen in the Quran. . The polytheists are in the fire.

Write the ‘jem’u mu-an-neth saalim’ (Sound Feminine Plural) By changing ‘taa marbootah’ to ‘alif-taa’ ٌ‫ت‬2O:‫ر‬Lَ ُ ← ٌSO:‫ر‬Lَ ُ Teacher ← ٌSَDْ‫َزو‬ Wife ← ٌ‫آِة‬2َ6 Thankful one ← ٌS ِV2َT One fasting ← ٌS ِV2َ. One sleeping ← ٌSِ ْGُ Believer ← ٌ‫ِ َة‬2َT Patient one ← ٌ‫َِة‬D2َُ One migrating 16 .

Taubah: 68 \ ٍ ْ]َ ‫ت َ]ْ^ُُْ أوِْ_ ُء‬ ُ 2ِ ْGُ ‫ن َو ا‬ َ ُِ ْGُ ‫وَا‬ The believers. males and females are one from another.‫إ‬ (They say:) Verily we are making improvement.ِ ْ"ِ َ7‫ن ا‬ ِ Zْ%‫ ا‬ َِ Read these verses from the Quran. Baqarah: 11 17 . 2َ . \ ٍ ْ]َ ْ ِ ُُْ^ْ]َ ‫ت‬ ُ 2%ِQ2َُ ‫ن َو ا‬ َ %ِQ2ُ ‫ا‬ The hypocrites. males and females are protectors/supporters of one another. Taubah: 71 ‫ن‬ َ ُْUِْaُ ُ ْUَ.

We will memorize according to their patterns to make it easier inshaAllah. so this is your first pattern:         Az-waa-jun zau-jun   .The Broken plural or ‘jem’u aTakseer’ causes a word to change form by adding letters. You learn these plural by memorization only. So say them repetitively.

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 At-faa-lun tif-lun     Aw-laa-dun wa-la-dun          Akh-waa-tun ukh-tun 18 .

List 1: This list: alif-hamza is added to the beginning of the word and alif is added before the last letter. (to be memorized) jem’u Eُ ْ َC‫ا‬ (Pl.) mufrad ‫ َ ُد‬bُ ‫ا‬        (Au-raa-qun Paper  .

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. (Aq-laa-mun)       (Ab-waa-bun)     (Au-laa-dun)         (az-waa-jun)  Husband      (at-faa-lun) child  "# ! " # (An-haa-run) river '  & %  & $ (Akh-waa-tun) Sister )*& + (  (Ikh-wa-tun) Brother Umma-haa-tun Mother '  "-.) . $ 19 (Sing.

َِ‫َْ ُ ا‬ ٌَِ .Pointing to ‘al-jumu’ Some nouns are ‘aaqil’ (with brains: people) and some are ‘ghay-rul aaqil’ (brainless) such as things and animals.

         76 51 4 These (are) sisters. Complete this exercise using the example: ٌ‫هَا َوٌَ – هَ ُ ِء أوْد‬ ____________________________________ - ____________________________________ ____________________________________ - 20   1 -     2      3 .3   21 0 /       76 51 4 These (are) boys. Plurals for people: ‘Haa-oo-laa-i’ is plural for ‘haa-tha’ and ‘haa-thi-hi’ but is only used to refer to people.

____________________________________ $ #  "!    4 ___________________________________ - ' &%    5 Example: ٌ‫ات‬#َ ْ!‫هَ ِ ِ ُا!ْ"ٌ – هَ ُ ِء أ‬ _____________________ .0  10 ________________________________________ $ ) 3 "!    11 **There are some exceptions.ٌ)10  9 _____________________ . but when the feminine word ends with ‘taa-almarbootah’ you can guess that the plural changes to ‘alif-taa’.) ( &%      6 _____________________ -ٌ)*      7 _____________________ -ٌ/.+     8 ______________________ .)121. 21 . -.

  :  5  60 6 _____________________________________ - ' <+  5  60 7 22 . Complete this exercise using the example: ٌ‫& أوْد‬ َ ِ(ْ‫َذ& َوٌَ – أؤ‬ ____________________________________ - ____________________________________  5  60 1 -  5  60 2     5  60 3 ____________________________________ - ____________________________________ $ #  "!   5  60 4 _____________________________________ - ' &% 5  60 5 _____________________________________ - .Plurals for people: ‘Oo-laa-ika’ is plural for ‘thaa-lika’ and ‘tilka’ but is only used to refer to people.   9  : $8   5  60 These (are) boys.     9  : $    9 5  &7 8 These (are) sisters.

) ( &% 5  &.Example: ٌ‫ات‬#َ ْ!‫& أ‬ َ ِ(ْ‫& ُا!ْ"ٌ – أؤ‬ َ )ِ* _____________________ .

+ 5  &. 8 6 _____________________ -ٌ)*  5  &7 8 7 _____________________ -ٌ/.-.

0 5&8 10 ________________________________________ $ ) 3 "!   5  &.)121. 8 8 ______________________ .ٌ)10 5  &7 8 9 _____________________ .

8 11 _____________________________________ - ) = :  5  &.

8 12 **There are some exceptions. but when the feminine word ends with ‘taa-almarbootah’ you can guess that the plural changes to ‘alif-taa’. 23 .

./-‫ارس ا‬ Ad-darsu tha-niyu Talking about Me and Us ُ َِ7َHُ ‫ا‬ First person ُ ْUَ.‫أ‬ we I 2َ‫. 2َ.

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َر‬ ُ ‫ا‬ 24 .

8َf 2.‫أ‬ .ٌ‫ إ َْأة‬2. The grammatical term “al-muta-kellim” (the speaker) is used to refer to the first person or ‘ana’. If a man speaks about himself he will use the ‘muthakkar’(masculine) and his statements might look like this: .ٌSَO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ 2. therefore most of the words I use end with ‘taa marbootah’.‫أ‬ .= ِ "َ7‫ ا‬ َ ِ 2.ٌWُD‫ َر‬2.ٌLِ2e 2.‫أ‬ “I (am) Nadiya.‫أ‬ .” I use ‘ana’ to say ‘I am’ though ‘am’ does not translate.‫أ‬ 25 .َ4َ7ْ"ِ ْ ‫ ِ أ‬2.‫أ‬ .‫أ‬ .‫أ‬ .The first person we’ll talk about is ourselves.ٌ.ُ S"ِ‫د‬2. I (am) from America. So we’ll begin with ‘ana’: . 2. I (am) a teacher. I (am) a woman. I am ‘mu’anneth’(feminine).

Choose words from this list to write 5-7 simple sentences about yourself. ُ ‫ُآ‬1‫ا‬   َ Husband * " >   A  210 #  "!   ' &%  A   2C H.   @? 9 )1210 )3 "! B  )( &%  )1 )&2C )&H. Fem.)(&%   J _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ 26 . 0 GF D E )*  Wife /. Begin each sentence with ‘ana’. 0 $$/F D E Example: . 2 ُ /َ ُ1‫ا‬ mas.

Connected Pronoun . then connected ‘yaa’ to say ‘my book’. hooked to the end of a noun is called ‘dha-meer mutta-sil’.ٌ‫َة‬Lْ"Lِ َD 0ِ‫ر‬ َ 2+َO In these sentences.ٌWِ َD 0ِHَ . you will add a ‘yaa’ to the noun to say ‘my’. then connected ‘yaa’ to say ‘my house’. 27 . This is my car. “This is my house. now I speak about possessions.0ِHَْ ‫هَا‬ . 0ِ2Hِ‫آ‬ ٌ‫ب‬2Hِ‫آ‬ Changed the dammataan to a kes-ra. Use it to speak about your possessions: 0ِHَْ ٌ=َْ Changed the dammataan to a kes-ra. My house is beautiful. My car is new.” To talk about your possessions. This connected pronoun.0ِ‫ َر‬2+َO hَ‫ه‬ .

Now add ‘yaa’ to personalize these people.=- .7- My daughter (bintee) The connected pronoun Umm is mother. We take off the dammataan and put a kes-ra. add ‘yaa’ and it becomes ‘my mother’.We use ‘dhameer muttasil’ to speak about relationships with people: K! 9 @? 9 My mother (umm-ee) K. hooked to the end is the ‘dha-meer muta-sil’ meaning ‘my’. - My son (ibnee) KL=-. _________________ ٌ‫أخ‬ My brother _________________ ٌ=ْe‫أ‬ My sister _________________ (‫َزوْجٌ)ة‬ My husband/wife _________________ My friend 28 (‫)ة‬mْ"Lِ َT .   =.- >   My father (abee) K. the ‘yaa’ hooked to the end makes it ‘my father’. Write the new word on the line as in the chart above. Abu is father.

Read.H. U9  A  LV.)Q  O 0  KP )10 J .M )N2( 3 J University W &0X K(&0E0  .. 3  K 3 . =>.. ! <$ . and write on the lines below. understand. R9    .KLP0.

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Y0  I am Sumayyah. is a desk and a chair and a bed. This is my room. ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ 29 . In it*. This is my pen upon the desk. That is my book upon the bed. I am a student in the university.

0ِHَْ ‫هَا‬ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ List 2 This list: the plural ends with ‘alif-hamza’ 2/ُ1‫ا‬ ‫ َ ُد‬3ُ1‫ا‬ Z - >   Father Z %  J. .Name 4 things of yours using pointing words (‘asma-ul-ishara’): Examples . / .0ِ‫ َر‬2+َO hِ ِ َ‫ه‬ .

[ Woman Z =- . - Son Z (3 ' 3  Name 30 .

SLNH.ٌ‫ِار‬ Use pictures or your own ideas Give 3 personal items to your classmate and vice-versa.     ])9 NH. %  # A$  @ . She asks you who owns them. Then practice asking each other questions. (  Motion to the taaliba who owns the item. \0     . 31 . -? This is my… Whose book is this? 4َ1ِ = ْ4َ5 + ‫ِل‬ ‫ِ َ ْ هَا‬ ‫بُ؟‬2َHِ7‫ا‬ 0ِ2َHِ‫هَا آ‬ ‫ب‬ ُ 2Hِ7‫ها ا‬ ُ %‫ها ا‬ ُ S+"ِ َ‫ ا‬hِ ِ َ‫ه‬ ‫ ُد‬%َ‫ ا‬hِ ِ ‫ه‬ ‫ح‬ ُ 2Hbِ ‫ها ا‬ ُ Sَ8ِْ%َU‫ ا‬hِ ِ َ‫ه‬ Now pass those items to the next taaliba.

In Arabic the grammatical term for both of these is ‘al-muta-kellim’ except that ‘ana’ (‘I’) is the ‘mufrad’(sing. I am on the horse. _  J . I am from Yemen.  .  J Read and Write . We are on the horse..Z %  J.) and ‘nah-nu’ is the ‘jem-u’ (pl). ^%  Y0  KP J .. . We are in the mosque. 1 D C >B$  I am in the mosque.4 ُ ْ8َ/ We ‘We’ is the plural of ‘I’.a D`   W &X .a D `   W &X J . _J . ( 2 .%  Y0  KP .b. ( 2 ... 21 0 /  (al-jemu) 1 !  B$ (al-mufrad) Plural Singular . ^ . _  J . We are from Yemen.

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 _  J   e J Hajj pilgrim 33 . . * " J   ^ N e .

U0 noble. 2D  E0 . shedda on the 2nd letter. _  - Ocean >  dU A  &07 U Dog  *". 0 @ . . U0 g . 2f +  . 21.. 2D  E0   Tall ) &0H. 2f +  " DE Short / .U / .. add alif before the last letter >  d i 9h A   " N^8 .U0 .U0 ) ( H. * " Men Adjectives referring to plural people " 1U Big " f+  Small / . 0 H. 21.List 3 This list: Words on this list add ‘alif’ before the last letter Eُ ْ َC‫ا‬ ‫ َ ُد‬bُ ‫ا‬  1*. *. 8   N^e  ? e 34 .generous Damma on the 1st letter. 1* Mountain " _-.

pilgrim 2 1 ___________ ____________ 4 3 ____________ ____________ 6 5 ____________________ _____________________ 8 7 _____________________ _____________________ 10 9 _________________ (man) _________________ 35 .Choose the correct ‘mufrad’ or ‘ jem u’ from list 3 and write it under the picture.

.21 KP J __________________← .* -@-F =.a % j  .. # __________________←.12 11 ___________________ _________________ 14 13 __________________ __________________ Re-write sentences in ‘al-jem’u’ (plural) by using ‘nah-nu’...H.% N  W &X J 36 .aD`   W &X J __________________ ←.*  -@-F =.  J ___________________ ← . H1 G  # ← .

  -JI1 H1 G  # .b.Now change the jem’u to the mufrad by using ‘ana’.a0 ( &%   . .

I # _________________ .a0 3 "!   . ← .b.

   . ← _________________ .b.

← _________________ . *" .b.

b.>  d9 . ← _________________ .

← _________________ . K  .

L K  .   HN M .

2f +     J 37 . 21. *.. 8 J ___________________________________ $ . H0 * " J _________________________________ $ .   # _________________________________ $ .U ..

 3 9       J . then we add an ending just as we did to show ‘my’.*K8.2Q 3 .Lُ ِCْ َ This is the ‘dha-meer mutta-sil’ consistent with ‘nah-nu’..0 J-  )3"!   =j 9 . and write this paragraph My Family (*usra-tee) K  A  =H KL 9 . _  J . A  21.W VH.  . Read.Connected Pronoun If I want to show that we own a thing or we have a relation to a person. understand.   KP =L2- . =L     (ukh-tu-naa) =j  @?  (Ummu-naa) =-LU >  LU (Kitaa-bu-naa) *note: the damma-taan changed to one damma before adding the ending. (Mes-jid-unaa)2َ.a % j  __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ 38 .

1 '&3  m2&X k W&i+   (N _   =j21.  :APB .J . ] =j-" .J :' 1 RQ ]=-LU    :A$ P S B$  .Practice the following conversation with your classmate.M ac.Mk =j-" :' 1 RQ ]==H  :A$ P S B$  @ d3l ==H :'RQ ]=2j1. o9  =-LU :' 1 RQ 39 .  :AP S .

Re-write each word adding the ‘dha-meer muta-sil’. First change ‘damma-taan’ to a single ‘damma’ and/or ‘taa-marbootah’ to an open ‘taa’. 48/ /‫أ‬ :.‫ا‬ 2ُb2‫ه‬ 0ِb2‫ه‬ ٌpِ2َ‫ه‬ Phone ٌ‫ب‬2 ٌLَ Country ٌْ"ِ َO Bed qrِ Cat ٌ‫رَة‬2+َO Change to open ‘taa’ ٌSَ/2َO Change to open ‘taa’ ٌ‫م‬2َ]َf Food ٌWْaَQ Class ٌS+ َ/ ٌ‫ل‬2e 40 .

2 ُ ِ-‫س ا‬ ُ ْ‫ا ر‬ Ad-darsu tha-lithu Talking to you all A  0 pY9  2nd person (f) you (f) you all   J .N LJ (m) you (m) you all 9 َ ‫.

َر‬ ُ ‫ا‬ 9 ِ ‫.

َر‬ ُ ‫ا‬ ُْ7َ‫.

َر‬ ُ ‫ا‬ + ُ7َ ‫.

َر‬ ُ ‫ا‬ 41   J ' LJ .

/  H * ٌ)1 J ...  J  :ُ SَO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ ‫ا‬ ..2D !  .    J  :ُ Sَ8ِ2‫ا‬ ]/H* )1   J  .])10   J  :ُ Sَ8ِ2‫ا‬ !M )3"!  Y9  J  :ُ SَO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ ‫ا‬ ].' Q J :ُ Sَ8ِ2‫ا‬ =&D  P0 W 0t d s S 3  d s   :ُ SَO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ ‫ا‬ 42 .[ ( 2 .

There are 4 ‘dha‘dha-maamaa-ir’ we will focus on in this section. the sermon that the Imam gives on Jumuah. . You can remember this word because it’s related to the word ‘khut-bah’. .The 2nd person grammatically known as ‘al‘al-mumu-khaakhaa-tab’ is the one who is being spoken to. ُ َf2َvُ ‫ا‬ u ( O 0  .

when speaking to a female (Mu’anneth mufrad) ' LJAntum You all.N LJAntunna You all. Y9 (sing. Ui Y9  -H>1#  >1# %  # %  # Antunna (f) Antum (m) or (m/f) Antee (f) Anta (m)   JAnta You. when speaking to a group of females only (Mu’anneth jem’u) 43 . when speaking to a male (mutha-kkar mufrad)   JAntee You.) (Pl) v 9 J: Y9  . Ui 9Y v 9 J: Y9  . when speaking to a group that has males (Mutha-kkar jem’u) .

‫( أ أ‬7 ____________________________________________ 44 .‫( أ أ‬6 _____________________________________________ ‫ٌ؟‬WُD‫= َر‬ ِ .‫( أ أ‬4 ______________________ ‫ِ؟‬xِْCَ ‫ ا‬0Q = ِ .‫ أ‬.‫( أ أ‬5 ______________________ ‫؟‬y ِ َ8َْ ‫ ا‬0Q = ِ . ‫ٌ؟‬S8ِ2f = ِ .‫( أ أ‬3 ______________________ ‫=؟‬ ِ َْ8‫ ا‬0Q = ِ . Example: Are you a teacher Yes.‫( أ أ‬1 .ٌSَO‫ر‬ : Lَ ُ 2.َْ]َ. I am a teacher ‫ ٌ؟‬SO:‫ر‬Lَ ُ = ِ .na’am/ laa ana’.Answer questions beginning with.‫ (أ أ‬2 ________________________ ‫ٌ؟‬Sَ ِْ ُ = ِ .

8َf = َ .‫أ‬ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ 45 ← ٌS88َf = ِ .‫أ‬ ←ٌ.‫ا‬ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ←ٌL‫= َو‬ َ .‫أ‬ ←ٌS ِV2َT = ِ .Change the sentence to ‘al-jem’u’ the sound or broken plural.‫أ‬ ←ٌWُD‫= َر‬ َ .‫أ‬ ←ٌS8ِ2f = ِ .‫أ‬ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ←ٌْ ُ = َ .ٌ‫ت‬2َ88َf + H.َ‫ُْ ُ ِْ ُن‬H.‫أ‬ .‫أ‬ .‫أ‬ ←ٌ.‫أ‬ ←ٌSO‫َر‬Lُ = ِ .‫أ‬ ←ٌ‫رس‬: Lَ ُ = َ .‫أ‬ ←ٌS ْ ُ = ِ .‫أ‬ ←ٌzِ2َT = َ .‫أ‬ ←ٌ‫َة‬LَِHْCُ = ِ .‫أ‬ ←ٌِV2َT = َ . ‫ْ َ ُد‬bُ ‫ا‬ Eُ ْ َC‫ا‬ .ِ2f = َ .

@  2 w )(<+ 46 .‫ك‬ ِ ‫َ َر‬Aُ1‫ن ا‬ َ َ?َ5‫=َ>ْ ُ َر‬ The Blessed Month of Ramadan Who is fasting? K H ]'<+   J  .'<+ J ' Q J   J  KL 9 H ])(<+   %  0  .

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 _  J ' Q J . 47 .'&0X  k M M )&2     ]". ' Q J . ‘Antunna’ is for a group containing only females.(<+ .[  o *Remember: ‘Antum’ is used for a group containing males.N LJ  ](<+ .0a(<+ ' LJ  ]0a ( <+ .

Complete these short conversations by filling in the blanks.ٌ)1 J  3.WVH.   1 .    J  ]JU0 .. . Canada 2.  ____  . _________ ‫أ‬ ‫__________؟‬ . . _  J 'QJ ](<+ ________ ‫أ‬ ‫_________؟‬ 48 .

' LJ  ]0a3"!   5. ______________ ___________ .6 49 KL 9 H 5  ( 3   _______   ]_______ H . o Memorized the whole Quran  )9 (  P ____ ________  .kM  Zh y  ‘Haa-fith ul-Quran’: x 9 Pe   J  ][ ac7._________ # __________ __________ 'QJ 4.

T 1 & T )9 (  0P A$ U  :V T )9 }  <X 1 @4!+ T % 1 WX T   =.- 1  T ' 1 R T 1  T   10   ' 2.When we address others.-t     We can also say ‘ha-yaa’ 2ِ 2ََ‫ه‬ !Lُ َ ْ‫ أ‬2َ" !0ِ%"Lِ َT = َ . “Yaa Abee!” O my father! “Yaa ukh-tee!” O my sister! “Yaa Ummee!” O my mother! “Yaa akh-ee!” O my brother! "{ H" "!K! 9 H" | H K H Addressing people by name or not by name AM 0 . we use ‘yaa’.‫أ‬ ‘Hayya bi-naa’ (Let’s go!) 50 .

List of Common Arabic Names Women/girls Men/boys ُ Sَِ Z ٌL2َeKhalid Ameenah ُ Sَِْ ‫أ‬ ٌَ ُ/ Umar Fatimah ُ Sَ ِf2Q .

ِ ‫ا‬Lُ ْ8َ/ Abdullah Sameerahُ ‫ة‬ َ ِْ َO ٌL+ َUُ Muhammad Sumayah ُ S+َ ُO ٌ0َِ/ Ali Ruqayah ُ S+‫ر‬ ُ 4َOُْ Musa Khadija SَCْ"L ِ َe p ُ َOُْ" Yusuf Amirah ُ ‫ة‬ َ ِْ ‫أ‬ ٌ‫ ِرق‬2f Tariq Asmaa ‫ء‬ ُ 2َ ْO‫أ‬ ٌ ِْ ‫ أ‬Ameen Maryam  ُ َ"َْ "L‫ح ا‬ ُ }َT Salahudeen Sakinahُ Sَِْ7َO ٌLِْ6‫ َر‬Rasheed ُ Jameela ُ Sِْ َD ‫ن‬ ِ 2 ْ+ ‫ا‬Lُ ْ8َ/ AbduRahman Rashidaُ ‫َة‬Lِْ6‫ر‬ َ ٌpْ"َ6Shareef Kareemaُ Sَ ْ"َ‫آ‬ ‫ن‬ ُ 2َ ~ُ/ Uthman Naimahُ Sَ ِْ]َ. ‫ن‬ ُ 2َ ُْO Sulayman Layla 4ََْ ‫ن‬ ُ 2َ % Luqman Tasneem  ُ ِْْ  4َ ِْ/ Esaa Aliyah ُ Sَِ2/ ٌ‫ل‬2َ َD Jamaal Asiyah ُ SَِOZ ٌ َ َ Hassan Aamina 51 .

€H. / L(  excellent )NH. L^   _______________ !>  d9 H 5 (tha-kee-ya) )2NU 60 ________________ !K!  H \ $ #5 .1 !Z[.ٌ0ِ‫= َذآ‬ َ .Who are you speaking to? Choose the ‘dha-meer’ to address each person or group: -Y#  ># (tha-kee-yun) %  # %  # .i  ‚_____________ !   H 3   _  +  ______________ !  =- H 4 a0   S.]X .‫! أ‬Lُ َ‫ َو‬2َ" (mum-taa-za)_ / L(  ______________ !)9 2N( 3 H 1 ~  . E strong )_  +  righteous / S. E______________ ! (N _   H 2 (qawi-yun)_ (saa-li-haatu) muj-ta-hi-doona) Example !.1 . L^  hard working )2U 6 smart 52  >0 ..

1 = Z ` 6 . _  ^   "X >J  .

. 1. H O  ^%  Y @   J :A  =H F. H :)9 2NE0" ]5L2.V0  a Uj  ƒ  &.H .‘ON MY WAY’ ' V9 2&0X @ d% N  :)9 2NE0" k [  )9 ( e "  @ d% N  ' V9 &0X  :A  =- ]A  =H H   J .

H..  KL2- :)9 2E" . i  KP J :A=H k M  Zh y a..  ) 1H. E0 J ' Q J : A  =H !„  * ~  } N  2N : )9 2E" 5  L2- …t €.21 .

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c CB  b 1  !1 a$ ‘Thuruf-ul Makaan’: We’ll call these ‘place words’ NOT prepositions above behind ‡   P0 under Zh "  ƒ  &.

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Answer sentences from the picture . H 1 ____________________________]/9 " 2% N  .H 4 ______________________________]/. 2- @   ____________________________] 9 * .H 3 ______________________________]ˆo .„ .N  . H 2 _____________________________]F i  ..   _  8 ‡   P0 KP .H 5 55 .

Write 5-7 sentences about your home (outside or inside) using: . 2- –‡   P0 –   ‰.

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 $ @   .A f e  A -Fd  H @  =1 P ! C$  Example ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ 56 .

Eُ ْ َC‫ا‬ ‫ْ َ ُد‬bُ ‫ا‬ F.ُْ7ُْaQ ‫ ها‬.‫أ‬ ُْ‫آ‬ F. + ُ‫ها أُآ‬ .‫أ‬ ‫ك‬ ِ +‫ُ َآ‬ = َ .‫أ‬ + ُ‫آ‬ ‫ُآ‬ ْH.Gَ ُ = ِ . 57 .Lٍ ِ2e ‫ها أ‬ This is Abu Khalid. This is your teacher. ‫ِ؟‬9ُHَ َ ْ"‫أ‬ ‫َ=ُ؟‬8‫ ا‬ َ ْ"‫أ‬ Where is the house? Where is your house? .ٌWْaQ ‫ها‬ This is a classroom. This is you all’s classroom. 9 َ ُO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ ‫ها‬ . This is you all’s father.Gَ ُ + ُH.ٌ‫رس‬: Lَ ُ ‫ها‬ This is a teacher.‫أ‬ ‫ك‬ َ You all’s (f) You all’s (m) Your (f) Your (m) The endings shaded in gray are the endings which will be added to nouns to show that they are possessions.

Lord Prophet ٌ ْ"‫ِد‬ ٌ‫ن‬2َ ْ"‫إ‬ 58 religion faith ٌ‫ب‬2َHِ‫آ‬ Book ٌLَ Country ٌLَ‫و‬ Boy/son . Your (f) Your (m) 9 ِ َُ ْO‫ُا‬ 9 َ َُ ْO‫ُا‬ ٌ‫َْة‬O‫ ُا‬family ٌْO‫ ِا‬name ٌ‫ر‬2َD neighbor ‫ب‬ q ‫َر‬ 0 q ِ8َ.Complete the chart adding the endings ‘ka’ and ‘ki’ .

c 1f Two men meeting ‫} ُم‬+ ‫ُ ا‬7َْ/ ‫َو‬ ‫.

ِ+ِLُ ْ َU‫ا‬ 7/ ‫}م‬+ ‫ا‬ .‫أ‬ . َو‬ ِ ‫ ُ ا‬Sَ ْ‫َو َر‬ .ُُ2‫َ َآ‬ ‫َ؟‬9ُ ْO‫ ا‬2َ ٌLِْ]َO 0ِ ْO‫ِا‬ ٍ َْvِ 2.

ِ ‫ ا‬Sَ ْ‫و َر‬ ← p َ َْ‫آ‬ ‫َ؟‬9ُ2َ ← c g !.  Two women meeting ‫} ُم‬+ ‫ُْ ا‬7َْ/ ‫َو‬ ‫.

َو‬ ِ ‫ ا‬Sَ ْ‫َو َر‬ 2َ‫َ َآ‬ ُ Sَِ Z 0ِ ْO‫ِا‬ ← ← ُْ7َْ/ ‫} ُم‬+ ‫ا‬ .

ِ ‫ ُ ا‬Sَ ْ‫َو َر‬ ← ‫ِ؟‬9ُ ْO‫ ا‬2َ 9 ِ ُ2َ p َ َْ‫آ‬ ‫؟‬Sَِ Z 2َ" ٌ‫م‬2َ َ ‫ْ ٍء‬0َ6 W  ُ‫آ‬ ِ+ِLُ ْ َU‫ا‬ 59 .

 3  . H ]5  ( &0E . ]5-LU . . H ________________________________________________ ___________________________________________ ]58. H _________________________________________________ ]5  L=-.Personal Questions: Answer these questions about yourself.[ ‹&^  Y0  KP {LU Where is your book? My book is in the living room ]5  ( 3   ___________________________________________________]†   &0-  _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ ]†   . H . changing the ending to letter‘yaa’ for ‘my’.  (Sa-dee-qa-tu-kee) Who is your friend? 60 . H . Where is your family from? _____________________________________________ ]5LoH +  .

 3 9 ' V9 8. You all’s (f) You all’s (m) . > ? " 61 .N V9 8. 3 9 /.3 9 family    2-   =- #   "  " * Neighbor    2Œ  Guests @j 9 A  LU9    2y Z %J.Complete the chart adding the endings ‘kum’ and ‘kunna’ to each word.

Cُ ْ1َD‫ا‬ ‫ َ ُد‬3ُ1‫ا‬   41 1 )*!4  b   @1i 1 h  @ i  '   @11 %  @  j   1 1 j    (   @1l k  @ l   @1$ ! @    J 1 #1  J  # 62 . ________________=-" ]' V9 -j" .Answer these questions changing the ending to ‘naa’for ‘our’.waw’ in the middle.J .  ______________________]' V9 -LU  List 4 This list: words add ‘damma.  ______________________]' V9 =H  ______________________]' V9 2j1.

   :*/ . J =X  :A@^ .The Guests‫ف‬ ُ ُُْ^‫ا‬ 5  P9 2Œ  5  P9 2Œ  ' V9 P9 2Œ  ..   *".  H Z %J.=Q  K& N 0 8 :*/ 63 . ' V9 2&0X @ d% N  :*$  /  k [  )9 ( e "  @ d% N  ' V9 2&X  :A$ -@ ^  ]5  0 U0 ‹  20    2Œ  ' V9 Q  :*$  /  .~  k M  Zh y  :*/ . D   . 'S &ŽU9  :*/ .  =9P2Œ  :A@^ ] * ".'V9 0 „ 1  .2 M k † „ * :A@^ ]'VP92Œ  . H .) Q  O 0  .  a3"!   =P92Œ  d- :A@^ .N V9 P9 2Œ  A neighbor (al-jaar-atu)knocks at the door.„  * ~  } ..s..

‫ )أ‬.H7َ ‫ ها‬9 ___________________ (H.‫ )أ‬.ٌSQُْ h‫ ه‬8 __________________ (ِ=.ٌ.‫ )أ‬.ٌ ‫ها ا‬1 ___________________ (ِ=.ٌ‫رَة‬2َO h‫ه‬3 ____________________ (H.ٌ=eُ‫ ا‬h‫ه‬7 __________________ (َ=.‫ )أ‬.ٌLَ ‫ها‬5 __________________ (+ H.‫ )أ‬.9 َ ُْ‫=َ( ها ا‬.Re-write these sentences using the ending which corresponds to the ‘dha-meer’ in parentheses.‫ )أ‬.ٌ= ‫ها‬2 __________________ (ِ=.‫ )أ‬.ٌWْaQ ‫ها‬4 ____________________ (H.ٌSO‫ْر‬Lَ h‫ه‬6 ___________________ (+ H.‫ )أ‬.q‫ أم‬h‫ه‬ 64 10 .‫ )أ‬.‫ )أ‬. .

H   =- H 1 (N.H   H 2 ('U – † – † ) _____>  LU .N U9 $ 'U9 – † – † ) ]_____#"  .U – 'U)_______- .N U9 $ 'U $† – †) ]____#"  .N U9 $ 'U9 – † – † ) ]_____ )3" .Choose the correct ‘dameer muta-sil’ and write on the line.  ] >  d9 'LJ  65 8 . H 3 ('U – † – † ) ]____@j  . H KL=-.-t H 4 (.N U9 – † – † ) ]____  10  . H ]A     J  7 (. (N.N U9 $ . H ] )9 3 "!  Y   J  5 (.U – 'U) _______@j  .H ] ) 1   J  6 (. ' 2.

ُ ِV2َ‚‫ا‬ 0 َ ِ‫ه‬ + ُ‫ه‬ َ ُ‫ه‬ ُْ‫ه‬ 66 .Cُ ِE‫س ا ا‬ ُ ْ‫ا ر‬ Ad-darsu rabi’u The one who is spoken about .

is used when talking about someone who is not present. There are 4 ‘dha-maa-ir’ we will focus on in this section.) (Pl) F ُ َ.Gَ ُ ‫ا‬ + ُ‫ه‬ ُ +‫ا ُآ‬ ُْ‫ه‬ F ُ َ. when speaking about a male ِ Hiya . when speaking about a group that has males 4‫ه‬Hunna (Mu’anneth jem’u) They.‫ه‬ (Mu’anneth mufrad) She.The 3rd person. grammatically known as ‘al-gha-ib’. when speaking about a female ْ Hum :‫ه‬ (Mutha-kkar jem’u) Them. Eُ ْ َC‫ا‬ ‫ْ َ ُد‬bُ ‫(ا‬sing. when speaking about a group of only females 67 .Gَ ُ ‫ا‬ 0‫ه‬ ُ +‫ا ُآ‬ ‫ه‬ they (f) they (m) or (m/f) she (f) he (m) َ Huwa #‫ه‬ (mutha-kkar mufrad) He.

ِ‫ا َ‚ْ ِب‬ Morocco hِ ِ َ‫َ ْ ه‬ ‫ا َْأة ُ ؟‬ َ ْ"‫ِ ْ أ‬ ‫َ؟‬0ِ‫ه‬ ‫ُُ؟‬H ‫ْ هَا ا‬4َ5 ُ‫هُ َ أ‬ .ٍL+ َUُ ْ ِ َ ُ‫ه‬ َ ْaِ ‫َ ْ هَا‬ ‫ُ؟‬WُD+ ‫ا‬ Egypt 68 َ ْ"‫ِ ْ أ‬ ‫هَُ؟‬ .ASKING ABOUT PEOPLE Read with your zameela ‫َأةُ؟‬1‫ْ هَ ِ ِ ا‬4َ5 0 َ ِ‫ه‬ .ٍLِ2َe ‫ُا م‬ ْ ِ 0 َ ِ‫ه‬ .

9 A 0  F  .1  "X >J  .‫ه‬ #‫ه‬ *  T f ARXm =4 .8 q .Write ‘huwa’ or ‘hiya’ to complete the sentence.10 .1 __________ 69 .6 =>& _________.1 o   _________.4 =S.5 =S0V __________. . _________.7 p 6  1 R V __________.1 _________.2  J XF  B 1 .3 WP1 S .+_________. I A$ f  __________.

ٌ‫ت‬2َ8ِ2f ‫َو‬ ‫ ِء‬#Gُ َ‫َ ْ ه‬ ‫ ُء؟‬2َ ِ‫ا‬ ْ ِ +‫ه‬ .‫ن‬ َ ُْ ِْ ُ ‫سُ؟‬I‫ْ هَُ ِء ا‬4َ5 ‫ ِء‬#Gُ َ‫َ ْ ه‬ ‫س؟‬ ُ 2َ‫ا‬ ‫ هُْ؟‬ َ ْ"‫أ‬ 0ِQ ُْ‫ه‬ .2َ‚Q‫أ‬ َ ْ"‫ِ ْ أ‬ ‫ ؟‬ + ُ‫ه‬ Afghanistan 70 .Read with your zameela ُْ‫ه‬ .‫ن‬ َ 2Hْ ِ.Lِ ِCْ َ ‫ا‬ ‫ءُ؟‬JKI‫ْ هَُ ِء ا‬4َ5 ٌ‫ت‬2َO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ + ُ‫ه‬ .

>.Q  .  .N   =\ .J0..N  . H .JU ..   . f Y0  .  '  China India .  .2.Sentences using names of countries Practice reading with ‘hum’ & ‘hunna’ ]'  ..  '  Canada America .D   .‡...  .N  .  .N  . 2D !  . - .  '  Egypt Iraq 71 .WVH..  '  Morocco England .  Where are they from? ..

  . - ...    121.'QJ Britain 72 .' Q J ]WVH. D   .N  .(Y Z: 4 ______________________ . ].( 2 .  ZM %!= Z: 2 ______________________ .. 'QJ China ]h.    Œ.    =1 Z: 3 ______________________ .( 2 .Answer the questions ‘n’aam.    3!"  Z:  .0  Z: 5 ______________________ . hunna’ Example Are these teachers from Yemen? Yes they are from Yemen.    3"!  Y9  Z: 1 ______________________ .'QJ Egypt ]JU .' Q J ]...2D !  .  ..'QJ Canada ]02J0.

  ' ..'QJ ].  a0  ( &%  Y9  5  < (1 .. ].>.  >  dŽ  5  < (2 ______________________ . f Y0  . 5  <   (4 ______________________ .Answer the questions ‘naam’ using ‘hum’.D .  h a3 =SY9  5  <  (5 ______________________ .'QJ ].( 2 .  ZM 1’ 5  <  (6 ______________________ ..    ^ N` 9 5  <   (3 ______________________ .'QJ ]2.'Q J ]WVH..   . Are those Muslims from Yemen? Yes they are from Yemen.. 'QJ ]َ.( 2 .“D !  .'QJ 73 . - .  9 *!.J0.

.   ‹  2<" .  ____________________]ZM 2=.  _____________________] ) H Q % N  ‹  2<" .1 W1/ $   78   1  r 1 @ :-! 78   1  1  W1/ $ ______________________]WV0 H.R.

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Plurals list 5 *words on this list change to ‘alif-hamza’ Cُ ْ1َD‫ا‬ ‫ْ َ ُد‬3ُ1‫ا‬ These do not take tan-ween 78 -R o  @ RX 78 .

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Match 2 of the parts to make a ‘jum-la’ W 0 }  L%  Y9  KP =<( &0X ”  Q - K  ZM d  '  Z[ . o0 9 &.

  ZM "     ‹  2<.i   ZM 1N ’ ) H Q % j  ‚ )9 E0 D N     .    121. 0 =y  $ ) ( +  Q  KP ) Q  O 0  .N  __________________________________________________________________1 __________________________________________________________________2 __________________________________________________________________3 __________________________________________________________________4 __________________________________________________________________5 76 .

+ ُ‫ه‬ ‫ا آ‬ ٌ‫ ِا ْ َأة‬0 َ ِ‫ه‬ ٌ‫ل‬2D‫ٌ هُْ ِر‬WُD‫هُ َ َر‬ ٌ‫ت‬2 ِْ ُ + ُ‫ٌ ه‬Sَ ِْ ُ 0 َ ِ‫ن ه‬ َ ُْ ِْ ُ ُْ‫هُ َ ُ ٌِْ ه‬ ٌ‫ت‬2ََ + ُ‫ه‬ ٌ=ِ 0 َ ِ‫ه‬ ٌ‫د‬#ْ‫هُْ أو‬ CHOOSE4  ُ‫ه‬ ‫ن‬ َ ُ ْ ُ ________ 2 ٌL‫هُ َ َو‬ :ُ‫ ه‬.__________4 =__________3 ٌ‫د‬#ْ‫_________ أو‬6 ٌL‫_________ َو‬5 ٌ‫م‬2 ‫ ________ إ‬8 ‫ ُء‬2+8ِf‫_________أ‬7 ٌ‫ت‬28ِ2f_________ ٌ‫ت‬2 ِْ ُ _______ 77 .Read then write the sentences in this chart in your notebook. F.G ‫ا‬ ‫ ُء‬2َ ِ. َ ِ‫ ه‬#َ ُ‫ه‬ ٌ‫ل‬2Dِ‫__________ر‬1 ‫ ُء‬2 ِ.

‫ه‬ 0‫ ه‬Example.ِ‫ن‬2+‫آ‬L ‫ْ ا‬0ِQ َ ُ‫ه‬ ‫ٌ؟‬L+ َUُ َ ْ"‫أ‬ ‫ه‬ + ‫ ُ؟ __________________ ه‬Sَ ِf2َQ َ ْ"‫أ‬1 __________________ ‫تُ؟‬2ََ8‫ ا‬ َ ْ"‫أ‬2 __________________ ‫دُ؟‬#ْ‫ اƒو‬ َ ْ"‫ا‬3 ___________________ ‫ ُء؟‬2َ :‫ ا‬ َ ْ"‫أ‬4 ___________________ ‫؟‬0ِ‫ أ‬ َ ْ"‫أ‬5 ____________________ ‫؟‬0: ‫ أ‬ َ ْ"‫أ‬6 _________________ 78 ‫ن؟‬ َ ُْ ِْ ُ ‫ ا‬ َ ْ"‫أ‬7 .Where are they? Answer in a complete sentence using a ‘dha-meer’ in place of the person.

This is their classroom.Eُ ْ َC‫ا‬ F.1vP1 S .1 [4 . This is his teacher. [4 This is a classroom. w">1@ H T w1%@R H T Where is the house? Where is her house? . . 79 . H+ 41 1 [4 .َGُ 0 َ ِ‫ه‬ 2‫ه‬ +‫ُ َآ‬ َ ُ‫ه‬ hُ The endings shaded in gray are the endings which will be added to nouns to show that they are possessions.1 [4 This is a teacher. K  .j  S . [4 .  "1 $ K  . This is their (fem) father.q & 1 [4 This is Abu Khalid.َGُ ُ+ ُ‫ه‬ +‫ه‬ ‫ْ َ ُد‬bُ ‫ا‬ ‫ُآ‬ ُْ‫ه‬ ُْ‫ه‬ F.

m L= -. )_  + / . He is an engineer and she is a righteous woman. Thiss my brother and this is his wife.     m =-  .H V9  ‚ '  .‫ْ هَُءِ؟‬4َ5 Rewrite this short Arabic text on the lines provided.A  =H S( 3  m L*   .m L*    K   K  #   =S  . This is his son and this is his daughter. 3 H m ( 3  K  . They are in Kuwait.  ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ________________________________ 80 .”  .

ٌS2َe ٌ‫ْ َال‬e‫لٌ – أ‬2َe 0ِ2َe = ُ  0ِH2َe = ُ  0: َ/ = ُ  0ِH+ / = ُ  uncle (father’s side) Aunt (father’s side) Aunt (mother’s side) uncle (mother’s side) Female cousins Daughter of maternal aunt or uncle Daughter of paternal aunt or uncle 0ِ2َe ُ ْ‫ِا‬ 0ِH2َe ُ ْ‫ِا‬ 0: َ/ ُ ْ‫ِا‬ 0ِH+ َ/ ُ ْ‫ِا‬ Male cousins Son of maternal aunt or uncle Son of paternal aunt or uncle 81 .Family Vocabulary ٌ‫ة‬+LَD Lq َD Grandmother Grandfather ٌ‫م‬2 ْ/‫ – أ‬q َ/ ٌ‫ت‬2+ َ/ -ٌS+ َ/ ٌ‫ت‬#2e .

9  g! P $ H V =XR>1Z $ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Speaking Practice: complete this chart –Your family tree * ! P $  *$ ! J  l m ( 3  ~!* S( 3  K8N * ________________ ______________ SM( 3  K!  0 …‫أ‬ ________ 82 .

 LP.Add the ‘dha-meer muta-sil’ to the end of the word to day it’s ‘his’ or ‘hers’. H. 3 Bed ˆ • E Cat /"N23 Change to open ‘taa’ v1 >1VP )X3 Change to open ‘taa’ @ Q0 Food D  P0 Class . ‫ه‬ S 9 8 ُ m 8 :..‫ا‬ ٌƒ8 Phone   Wealth  &Country . Remember to change the dammataan to a single damma before adding the ending.

 83 .

4 ‫ه‬ :‫ه‬ .. H.N S 9 8 ' S  8 :. 3 Bed ˆ • E Cat /"N23 Change to open ‘taa’ ٌ)X3 Change to open ‘taa’ @ Q0 Food D  P0 Class 84 .ُ ِLMُ1‫ِْ ُ ا‬1?‫ا‬ Add the ‘dha-meer muta-sil’ to the end of the word to say it’s ‘theirs.‫ا‬ ٌƒ8 Phone >   &Country .

. 5 __________________ (N.) .2.)P.)(N X    8 ___________________ () .b) )  85 11 . D  P  4 ____________________ (N./"23  3 ____________________ (') . .-  1 ___________________ (K) . 2 __________________ (K) .R9    8 ________________ (.5  =-  (J) .) .)3"  6 __________________ (J) .Connect the ending that corresponds to the ‘dha-meer’.&.ALV  7 ___________________ (J) . 9    9 __________________ (J) .

Mixed Practice 86 .

___________ :ٌLَ‫و‬ _________ : ٌWQ‫ِط‬ __________:ٌْ"ِ َO ___________:ٌَ ___________:ٌ‫َزوْج‬ __________:ٌ‫ب‬2َ ___________ : ‫ا‬ _________:W"f Now I give you the ‘jem u’ then you give the ‘mufrad’. I give you the ‘mufrad’ then you give the ‘jem u’.ُH‫آ‬:__________ ‫ٌت‬2َ ِْ ُ :___________ ٌ‫ُ َف‬:__________ ٌrَِ: ___________ ٌ‫د‬Lُ ُD:__________ ‫زهر‬:__________ ‫ن‬ َ ُْO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ :__________ ٌ‫َات‬e‫أ‬:_________ ٌ‫‡ُُف‬: ___________ 87 .Test your ‘hifth’. ‫ن‬ َ ُْ‫ ِآ‬Pُ :___________ ٌ.

‫)ه أ‬ ‫ت‬ ُ 2َDْ‫ ُ ________ َزو‬Sَabَ ‫ِ َو‬Sَ ََO ‫ ُ و أ م‬SَPV2/7 (0‫ ه‬ +‫ ه‬ + H. Then write it on the line.‫ ُء‬2+8ِf‫ ِء أ‬#G‫ه‬4 (+ ‫ ه‬H.Lِ Cْ َ ‫ ا‬0Q ٌ‫م‬2 ‫ _________ إ‬.‫)ه أ‬ .‫ )أ‬O ‫ و‬/ .‫= أ‬ َ .Lُ َ ْ‫ ها أ‬1 (0‫)ه ه ه‬ "!0ِ8ِْ8َ ________ !Lُ + َUُ 2"2 (‫ ه‬H..‫= أ‬ َ .ِ َ َ‫ ا‬ َ ِ _________ .‫)أ‬ ‫ا‬Lََ‫ ________ ِ ْ آ‬. .ٌ‫ات‬Lَ َِHْCُ _______ . ُ َْ"‫ َز‬hِ ِ ‫ه‬3 (0‫ ه‬ + H.Circle the correct answer.ٌLِ]َO ُُ ْO‫ ا‬0ِe‫أ‬6 (‫= ه‬.ُ SO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ ‫ _________ ا‬.‫)أ‬ .ِSَ]ِ 2َC‫ ا‬0Q ٌ‫ت‬282f ‫ء‬#G‫ه‬5 (+ ‫)ه ه‬ .

‫ ا‬4T ‫ل‬ ِ ُْO+ ‫ا‬ 88 .

.ٌLِ2e _________ _________ _________ 2.ٌLِ 2 0ِ ْO‫ا‬ ‫و _____؟‬ ________ ‫_______؟‬ .Meeting & Greeting Complete the conversations. p َ َْ‫آ‬ ‫؟‬9 ِ 2َ َ ْ"‫ِ أ‬ ‫_______؟‬ َ ِ _____ ________ India 89 .}َْO ‫أهْ} و‬ ______ . 1.

Fo P0   4 ____________________ .=-   J 7 ___________________ .  3 ____________________ .     2 ____________________ ./.N  5 .)3"!   K 10 __________________ .KL=.)10 K  ___________________ .?K=.–+ ' &%  Y9  6 ___________________ .Give the plural of the sentences ___________________ .R0 9 * .'H.  J 8 __________________ .0U ƒ  2 N  9 __________________ .K.e 56 90 1 11 .

‫ )أ‬+ ‫ب‬ ُ 2Hِ‫آ‬ 7 ______________ =( ُ ْUَ.‫  )أ‬1 ______________ = ( U.‫ )أ‬+ ‫س‬ ُ ْ‫َدر‬ 11 _______________ = (ِ=.‫ )أ‬+ ُ ‫َ}ة‬T ______________ = (‫ )ه‬+ m ُ "Lِ َT 10 ______________ = (H.‫ )أ‬+ ‫ َرة‬2+َO 3 ______________ = (0‫ )ه‬+ ‫ج‬ ُ ْ‫َزو‬ 4 ______________ = (ِ=.Add the ending that corresponds to the ‘dha-meer’ 9 َ ُ  = (َ=.‫ )أ‬+ = ُ ْe‫أ‬ 12 _______________ = (َُ‫ )ه‬+ ُ S+"َ‫ه‬ 13 91 9 .) + ُ SَO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ 8 ______________ = (2.) + = ُ َْ 2 ______________ = (H.‫ )أ‬+ Lُ َ 6 ______________ = (2.‫ )أ‬+ ‫ُا م‬ 5 ______________ = (ّ H.

__________________________ 92 . __________________________ 2 Your (f) book is on the desk. ___________________________ 6 Her house is far from my house. __________________________ 4 This is my desk and that is my book. __________________________ 3 My school is behind the big mosque.Translate these sentences into Arabic: 1 Your (f) mother is beautiful. __________________________ 8 His sister is a rich doctor. ___________________________ 5 Her husband is religious /righteous. __________________________ 7 Their husbands are rich.

N ُ ِ5O‫س ا‬ ُ ْ‫ا ر‬ COUNTING AND DESCRIBING THINGS o  >1Z x [ 4   >Z [4 z  Q .

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[4  !1 P1 x [ 4 ! T!X P [4 93 .

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9   g ←   .

9  `    9   g ←    9  `     9   g ←     9  `  ${ 9  g  J  # 9  `  141 9  g * !4 9  g 94 .

‘Ishaa-rah’ Pointing to ‘al-jumu’ Some nouns are ‘aaqil’ (with brains: people) and some are ‘ghay-rul aaqil’ (brainless) such as things and animals. َِ‫َْ ُ ا‬ .

3   21 0 /  ٌَِ   76 154   [4 '  & 76 154 %  & x[4 a3" 9:| #" 56 )3" 5&8 3" 9:| X .

1U0 95 . 3  !X @ d  21 0 /  '@ x[4 %  @  [4 4 x[4 * ! 4  x [ 4 ALU 5&8 "23 5&8 >  LU 56 / " N23 5&8 So the plurals of things (ghair ul aaqil) agree with: 1 the feminine ishaara 5  &8    2 the feminine description / Ff+  / F.

   _____________________ $ / " 23  _____________________ $ ) X 3  _____________________ $ / " 23  96 . H.. 3  _____________________ $ / .Change each to the plural Example  J1# x [ 4 M  { [4 ___________________________ ->  LU  _____________________ $   2-  _____________________ $ ' &E0  _____________________ $ ˆ E  _____________________ $ ‡  "   _____________________ $ .

ُHُ‫__________آ‬8 ٌْ"َO__________9 ‫ن‬ َ ُْO‫ر‬: Lَ ُ __________10 ٌSَ ِْ ُ __________11 ٌ‫اة‬7ِ ___________________ 12 ٌ‫ت‬28ِ2f__________________ 14 97 .Choose an ‘ishaarah’ to point to each person or thing: ‫ ِء‬#ُGَ‫ه‬ hِ ِ َ‫ه‬ ‫هَا‬ ٌ‫__________أَْاب‬1 ٌ‫__________أزْوَاج‬2 ٌ‫__________ َو َرق‬3 ٌLَ‫__________ َو‬4 ٌ‫__________أْ}م‬5 ٌ‫ل‬2َbْf‫__________أ‬6 qrِ__________7 ٌ.

 T .1  1 >C  ." P j 1  - [4 . .* @. .1 o 1 >1C$  The books are beneficial.A "P  j 1 1 } x [ 4 These lessons are easy.Describing Brainless Things When we describe the plural of a thing or animal (‘ghayrul aaqil’) ً then we use the mu’anneth form to describe them. . @ .

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  !1 P1 x [ 4 These are old beds.  $ K  . € !1 P1   V H @ ~DC>.1 Leaning back on beds lined up… (surah Tur) 98 . Aq .

F f +  ˆ • E  ______________________________________ . 9 )0P. H. 3  H* •ˆE € H. 2(*   2-  ___________________________ .. C1D‫ا‬ ‫ َ ُد‬3ُ1‫ا‬ sing. H. R9 >  LU .U0 >  ..) Q 3 ) P0.F 1...)&2( *   2-    .   .R9  _____________________________ . 3  ____________________________ .g  E0 . 0  ___________________________ . R9 kutubun A  LU sururun "  .List 5 pl. 3 people jududun   * qitatun ˆ0E turuq ‡  . 0 € H. 0 ghurafun . 99 . H* >  LU  ____________________________ . H.

ُ Rِ1ْ. ُ ُHُ7‫ا‬ ______________ُLََ ‫ا‬ ____________ُ‫ ُروْس‬L ‫ا‬ _____________ُ‫ا  ُر‬ ____________ُ‫ُْخ‬P‫ا‬ ____________p ُ ْ+^‫ا‬ ____________ ‫ل‬ ُ 2َbْfƒ‫ا‬ 100 .S‫ ُ ا‬R)ْ1ُD‫ا‬ Review the ‘jum-latul ismiyya’ from Level 2 Choose the ‘khabar’ which is appropriate to complete each sentence. ٌ‫آَ~ِْ َة‬ ٌSََْO ‫ن‬ َ ْ‫و‬Lُ ِHْCُ ٌ‫ة‬Lَ ْ"Lِ َD ٌْ"َ‫آ‬ ٌِْa ٌ‫َ‚ِْة‬T ‫ن‬ َ ُْUِ2َT ٌ‫ر‬28ِ‫آ‬ ٌ‫َة‬Lِْbُ ٌ‫د‬Lُ ُD ٌ8‫آ‬ ٌ‫ر‬2َ‚ِT ___________ ‫ب‬ ُ }‫ا‬ _____________ُWُD+ ‫ا‬ _____________ .

L^  ) 101 .U )(H. U0 ) ___________ 2 j 2 ("1U /. L^ /SL^  S. 0 )____________ 9 * . U0 ' H..N 5 ( )&H H) ___________  *.0 H.U .Now complete sentences using the correct description (@. 2f +  ) ___________  9 ("f+ /Ff+ Ff+) __________  ’10 _____________ — 2} N 11 (0a  S..! 6 ( * /H *  H * )____________>LV7 (* /H* H*) ____________ A  LV9 8 ("f+  /Ff +  .U )(H.. U0 ) ___g. 21.. U0 ' H.U___ ƒ  2 N 1 (@. 21U) ____________ 9 1O 0 3 ("1U /F1U F1U) ____________ 9 1O  4 (  )0&H.

I HAVE. take the connected endings and add them to the letter ‘laam’.   ˜ ' Q J ]  0 .. 21U0   2- =0 . WE HAVE To talk about what we have..2f +   K  . :ُ ِ)َTMُ1‫ا‬ we have (la-na) I have( Lee) 2 0ِ U ُ َVOُ1‫ا‬ You have (woman/girl) (la-kee) You have (La-ka) 9 َ َ 9 ِ َ You all have (women/girls) (la-kunna) You all have + ُ7 ُْ7 (La-kum) U ُ ِ(W‫ا‬ She has (la-haa) He has (La-hu) 2ََ َُ They have (women/girls) (la-hunna) They have ( la-hum) + ُ ‫ل‬ ُ 2~ْ ƒ‫ا‬ َُْ A Few Examples .  =.

 5   102 .

    K    K  . I have a…...‫أ‬ Yes. I don’t have a…./. 2f +  =8.U0 /. ] 5   ‘I don’t have. Do you have a…? ‫؟‬.’(maa lee) . 3  ' V9   Conversation Exercise Sِْ ‹+ ‫ا‬ = ِ . 21. ‫؟‬. 9 ِ ‫أ‬ or ... No.. 0ِ َْ]َ.... ]/. 0ِ 2َ # 3 2 6 5 103 1 4 .. 3 9 .

`.. ُْ7 ‫أ‬ or ..ٌ آَ~ْ َة‬Hُ‫آ‬ w9>@  =.ِ=َْ8‫ ا‬0ِQ ..‫أ‬ = ِ َْ8‫ ا‬0ِQ.. __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ 104 .. ‫َْ=ِ؟‬8‫ ا‬0ِQ .Conversation Exercise ُSَِْ ‹+ ‫ا‬ = ِ .2 َْ]َ.. 2 2َ # 3 ٌْ"ِ َO 2 ٌSَ7ْ"‫أ ِر‬ 6 ٌِْ8َ‫َْ=ٌ آ‬ ٌ‫ َرة‬2َ ٌ‫ْ َاة‬7ِ 1 ٌSَD}َ< 5 4 ٌ‫ُ.

=8SN  . He is a teacher.('&3  m 2&X k M  W &+) ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ 105 .Now translate the following: Her name is Khadijah. She has an easy lesson. He has a big classroom. Our father is a religious scholar/leader. ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ Re-write the following on the lines provided: ™N=   *  )(&3 @j   A  =H  M )}<X . She is a student. ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ My identification is in my bag/purse. ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ His name is Khalid. ________________________________________________________ We have a small family.N  .

‫ل إ‬ َ 2 ‫ض‬ ِ ْ‫ت َو اƒر‬ ِ ‫ َوا‬2 + ‫ب ا‬  ‫ َر‬2‫َر‬ He said. and to me mine Al-Kaafiroon: 6 َ ِْ‫و‬+ ƒ‫ُْ ا‬7ِV2َ‫ب َءا‬ + ‫ْ َو َر‬7‫.‫ أ‬2َ .ِ ْ"ِ 7‫ن ا‬ ِ Z%‫ ا‬ َِ Read these verses from the Quran. Al-Kahaf: 14 ْ"‫ ِد‬0 َ ِ ‫ُْ َو‬7ُْ"‫ُْ ِد‬7َ To you all your religion. 9 ِ :‫ل َر‬ ُ ُْO‫ َر‬2َ. verily I am a messenger from your Lord Maryam: 19 Our Lord is Lord of the skies and the Earth.

Al-Kahaf: 13 106 . ُ ْUَ. We narrate unto you their story in truth. 9 َ َْ/   %َ. َر‬ َ ‫ا‬ Allah you all’s Lord and the Lord of you all’s fathers As Saffaat: 126 m ِ َU2ِ ُْ‫َ…ه‬8َ.

Counting 2  -WeB$  When we want to say there are (2) we simply add ‘alif-noon’ to the end of the noun. Kes-ra is on the ‘noon’ a 8" 2N3 a (&0E0 Sa-ya-ra-taani qalam-ani a L 9 a d .

 Uk-taani tif-la-ni a 8 V.

 a -- Mik-wa-taani baa-bani 107 .

Make the following ‘mu-thena’: ‫ن‬ ِ 2Hِْ ‫ ز‬:Sَِْ ‫َز‬ :Example Taa-marbootah changed to an open taa :2- _________________ ________________ : )12o e š2( E0 ________________ : __________________ : _________________ : &0- _________________ : 2  ___________________ : )0. 0 __________________ : ALV.

'U__________________ ]5  0 J6.- )VH".  ___________________ : __________________ : .a H K T  Z (use fet-hat-aan) _____________________ ___________________  T ]5  0 s  E0 ' U0 __________________ ]5  0 =2X ' U0 ]5  0 d* ".  /0 PJ How many? (kem) ]50 H ' U0 .

9 'U 108 .

We say We don’t say  I   .

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 I  We say We don’t say a dE ˜ '&E “=›t ˜ Counting with Arabic Numbers € .

A$ ƒƒ € .

A$ 3  € .

A$ F  0 & € .

A$ ->P € .

 A$ 3 R P 109 1 2 .

€ .

A$ @#X0ƒ € .

A$ 3 F  g € .

 }  X . *$ ! U  V Change the number from ‘mu-tha-kkar’ to ‘mu-a-nneth’. _________________ :‹(  ___________________ ___________________ :u 13 :u %  8 )9 ›0d0› :9œd0› ___________________ :u-"  ___________________ __________________ :K J.(›0 __________________ 110 :j3 :.

3 5)_________________________|2- ‚ (‡"  6)______________________ALV. we will use either the ‘mutha-kar’ or the ‘mu-aneth’ form. (>LU 4)__________________________ ˜ (.When we count using arabic numbers. 1 13 B  @ dE 1  3  )›d› 2 This thing/ person is ‘mu-tha-kar’ We use the ‘mu-aneth’ form of the number @ dE @ dE @ dE @ dE >  d9 >  d9 >  d9 )9 Q -"  )9 % (  )9 LN3 )9 Q 13 )9 2J.} X 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Complete using the ‘jem-u’ and number.ž )9 Q % 8 /9 .H.

Y W &X (.- 7)___________________________ = ( *" 8)_______________________^%Y ‚ 111 .

 } X 10 Complete using the ‘jem-u’ and number. we will use either the ‘mutha-kar’ or the ‘mu-aneth’ form. 1 13 B  @ dE This thing/ person is ‘mu-aneth’ "  "  "   Ÿ 1  Ÿ 1  Ÿ 1  Ÿ 1 1  3  )›d› 1 We use the ‘mu-thekar’ form of the number u -"  4 ‹  (  5  j 3 6 u 13 7 K J. (/"23 4)__________________________ ˜ (=.ž 8 u % 8 9 .When we count using arabic numbers.5)_________________________|2- ‚ (‡"  6)______________________ALV.

  8)_______________________^%Y ‚ 112 . Y W &X () 7)___________________________ = (/.

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practice your skills on them and don’t be shy! You can also organize a gathering of other English-speaking women who are also studying and form your own Arabic conversation group. Keep your focus. Once you find one or two Arab sisters to talk to. we will be learning the use of verbs to talk about the past. In Level 4. May Allah make you successful! See you in Level 4 inshaAllah! 114 . InshaAllah. You have completed level 3 and you are now speaking basic Arabic! As you go into Level 4. it would help you to find Arab women in your community with whom you can socialize. This will continue to increase your conversational skills as well as help you to understand the Quran. present and future.‫رك ا‬2 May Allah increase you in the good of this life and the next.

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and Charlotte. Milwaukee. She is also the mother of a beautiful 5-year old daughter named Aamina. Egypt. Philadelphia. WI. She then spent 4 years speaking Arabic socially in Medina.About the Author The author. and German at the Universities of Maryland and Wisconsin before studying Arabic for 2 years at the Fagr Center in Cairo. French. Saudi Arabia. She studied Spanish. 117 . MI. Flint. She accepted Islam in 1993 and has 8 years experience teaching Arabic language to Muslim women in Medina. Saudi Arabia. NC. PA. Nadiya Johnson has a passion for foreign languages.

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