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Index of Arabic Grammar Posted by on Oct 12, 2014 in Arabic Language, Grammar, Pronunciation, Vocabulary

     Ahlan Arabic lovers! Since Arabic grammar is giving some headache to most non-Arabic speakers, today’s post will be devoted to recycling Arabic grammar. Here, I will publish the topics and links of all the grammar posts that I have written since March, 2011 in the same chronicle order they were posted. I hope that this post will be an easier and useful reference for all of you.

Index of Arabic Grammar

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About the Author: Fisal

Well, I was born near the city of Rasheed or Rosetta, Egypt. Yes, the city where the Rosetta Stone was discovered. It is a small city on the north of Egypt where the Nile meets the Mediterranean. I am a Teacher of EFL.


  1. George:

    Very nice. Thank you Sir!

    • Fisal:

      @George You are welcome, George 🙂

  2. Khaja Moinuddin Mohammad:

    Salam Dear,

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    My suggestion is please use Qur’an & Qur’anic references and Qur,anic Examples while teaching arabic, this might join all the nations into one type of learning…And also it can boost your confidance as well as knowledge regarding ARABIC…….Thanks my dear….

    • Fisal:

      @Khaja Moinuddin Mohammad Salam Khaja,
      Thank you very much for your comment and suggestion. The thing is that the blog is is meant for teaching modern Standard Arabic (MSA) to all non Arabic speakers whether they are Muslims or not. The classical (e.g. Qur”anic) Arabic is sometimes hard to understand especially for beginners and intermediate levels.
      Best learning 🙂

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  4. Fisal:

    Ahlan Junaid,
    Thanks a lot for the compliments. We are happy that you find our blog useful and we always do our best for more interesting posts.