Arabic Grammar

One of the myths about Arabic is that Arabic grammar is very complicated and impossible to understand or learn. This is not true. The grammar of Arabic is based on logic, economy and consistency.

The following links contain excerpts from Arabic Grammar Explorer, an online interactive grammar course, which is included in the Arabic Online subscription.

The verb ‘be’ (present singular)

The verb ‘be’ (present plural)

The verb ‘be’ (the past, singular)

The verb ‘be’ (the past, plural)

The verb ‘be’ (the future)

Arabic Grammar Explorer contains interactive lessons with explanatory texts, audio, grammar explanations and extensive exercises and activities to practise and consolidate what you have learned. Over the coming months the Arabic Online Team will be adding new lessons and expanding the online Arabic grammar with new topics.

Arabic Grammar Explorer Basic Version (included in the Beginners to Intermediate Programme) uses transliteration / western script for those who have not mastered Arabic writing.

Arabic Arabic Grammar Explorer Intermediate Version (included in the Advanced Programme) uses Arabic script.

Arabic Online is an award winning interactive course of Modern Standard Arabic. The online Arabic courses have been developed for anyone with a genuine interest in Arabic, whether for private, educational or professional reasons and are specially designed for self-study.