- Feb 25, 2019
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Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz
Language: English | VTT | Size: 1.49 GB | Duration: 3 hours
02 ⇒ Commitment - as with anything in life, the repetition of any ideal leads to its manifestation.
What you'll learn
01 ⇒ You will learn how to use English tenses you already know in Arabic language with many examples in details
02 ⇒ You will learn how to use helping words to express different tenses which you know in English
03 ⇒ You will learn how to differentiate between the subjunctive mood in English and Arabic
04 ⇒ You will learn how to use the imperatives for giving orders, for requesting or advising someone to do or not to do something with many examples
05 ⇒ You will learn how to form the past progressive tense in Arabic with examples
06 ⇒ You will learn how to form The future perfect tense with examples
07 ⇒ You will get introduced to the 3 different indicators or signals to define a word as a feminine in Arabic with examples
08 ⇒ You will learn nouns that could be treated as either masculine or feminine with examples
09 ⇒ You will learn how to use certain types of adjectives for men and women alike with examples
10 ⇒ You will learn why we use the masculine form for a woman - and not the feminine form as usual
11 ⇒ You will learn the most common abbreviations in Arabic with a full comparison with abbreviations in English
12 ⇒ You will learn how to differentiate between the verbal and nominal sentences in terms of meaning depending on the context for each of them
13 ⇒ You will learn the One-Word Predicate in details with examples
14 ⇒ You will learn the verbal Sentence Predicate in details with examples
15 ⇒ You will learn the Semi-Sentence Predicate in details with examples
16 ⇒ You will learn how to use the conjunction particle أَوْ for many purposes, including (Choosing , Doubt, Obscurity, Distribution)
17 ⇒ You will learn how to use the conjunction particle أَمْ for many purposes, including (Specification, Equalization)
18 ⇒ You will learn how to identify the 'hidden pronoun' ضَمِيـرٌ مُسْتَتِـرٌ and how to use it for the purpose of rhetoric البَلاغَة with full syntax analysis
19 ⇒ You will learn how to say verb 'to have' in 6 different ways using an adverbial expression, phrasal verb, a preposition or by another verb with many examples
20 ⇒ You will learn how to differentiate between the two types of verbal nouns in Arabic, the pure verbal noun and the interpreted verbal noun
21 ⇒ You will learn how to use the 7 Formulas to convert the interpreted verbal noun into pure verbal noun with many examples
01 ⇒ You need to have intermediate or advanced level of Arabic
Being consistent and persevering will ensure success.
03 ⇒ This course is designed in plain English, so you need to have knowledge in English
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