Basics of Arabic Video Lectures
Basics of Arabic Video Lectures, taught by Ayman Ibrahim and designed for use with the Basics of Arabic textbook and workbook, introduces students and independent learners to Modern Standard Arabic. Designed for students approaching Arabic for the first time, the video series provides them with the tools necessary to develop skills in reading and writing Arabic. Students will learn Arabic grammar and vocabulary and be able to translate key Arabic passages from biblical and qur'anic texts.
Each lesson includes:
- A thorough and understandable introduction to a particular grammatical feature in Arabic
- Verbal and visual presentation of vocabulary to be memorized
Basics of Arabic Video Lectures will help learners:
- Recite the Arabic alphabet
- Read and pronounce Arabic words
- Learn the Arabic noun and verbal system
- Understand syntax for writing and reading sentences
Additional translation exercises and a complete lexicon can be found in the Basics of Arabic textbook and workbook. Ideal for students, missionaries, independent learners, and homeschoolers this accessible guide give learners a clear and understandable introduction to this important language.
About the Author
Ayman S. Ibrahim (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary; PhD, University of Haifa) is Bill and Connie Jenkins Professor of Islamic Studies and director of the Jenkins Center for the Christian Understanding of Islam at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He wrote The Stated Motivations for the Early Islamic Expansion and has authored numerous articles on the Islamic world, appearing in The Washington Post, Evangelical Interfaith Dialogue Journal, Charisma News, and First Things among others.