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This unit of the Applied Arabic Studies Course will cover al-Ajurrumiya, the blessed and renowned manual of grammar, written by the Moroccan saint, Ibn Ajurrum.
Lesson 1: What is Arabic Grammar?
Lesson 2: Inflection (continued)
Lesson 3: (General review of all signs); Present, past, and command verbs
Lesson 4: Nouns in the nominative state (marfu’at)
Lesson 5: Nouns in the nominative state (continued); Followers of the nominative state
Lesson 6: Nouns in the accusative state
Lesson 7: Nouns in the accusative case (continued); Nouns in the genitive case
Abdul Aziz Pippin was born and raised in Georgia, where he first began his study of the Arabic language as a teenager. He pursued further studies in Yemen, Mauritania, and Morocco, focusing on Arabic grammar, rhetoric, and literature. Since 1998, he has been teaching Arabic in institutes and private schools, as well as translating on a freelance basis. In 2001, he founded the Salik Institute, a night school program in the Washington, DC area offering multi-layered and holistic Arabic courses for adults. In 2005 he began translating and editing full time for Halabi Publications in the Netherlands, with three titles already published and eight more forthcoming.
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