Arabic Morphology

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Enrolled: 40 students
Duration: 10 hours
Lectures: 12
Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced

Arabic Morphology aims to develop competence in Arabic Morphology (‘Ilm al-Ṣarf), the branch of Arabic grammar that deals with the form and structure of words. It will also empower students to recognise words and their associated meanings, and to build words that will effectively convey the meaning they have in mind. It will explore a full range of morphological structures and patterns of verbs and nouns, with particular emphasis on words used in the Qur’an and other classical Islamic literature.

1
Introduction to Arabic Morphology
2
Nunation (al-Tanwīn) and the Absence of Vowels (al-Sukūn)
3
The Vocals (al-Ḍawābit), Hamzah and Weak Letters (Ḥurūf al-‘Illah)
4
Types of Verbs
5
Conjugation of the Verb with its Pronouns
6
Types of Nouns
7
Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers (al-‘Adad al-Aṣlī and al-‘Adad al-Tartībī)
8
Desinential Syntax (al-‘Irāb) of Nouns and Verbs
9
Indeclinable Nouns and Verbs
10
Hidden Vowels
11
The Inflective and Non-Inflective Noun (al-Fi‘l al-Munṣarif and Ghayr al-Munṣarif)
12
Prepositions (al-Ḥurūf)
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The Teacher for this subject is Mrs Karimi and the text book for it is:

Mabadi al-Arabiyyah, Al-Shartuni, R. (2007), Dar al-Ilm