Arabic Online - Free Comprehensive Resource of Arabic Grammar
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ARABIC ONLINE

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Arabic Online

 

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Viewing Arabic Texts

Introduction

Alphabet

Pronunciation
Words
Vowels
Reading out

Accent and Stress

Rules of Pause

Writing of Letter 'alif

Roots

Root Extraction

Nouns

Irregular Nouns

Declension

Noun Gender

Feminine Markers

Singular Nouns

Dual Nouns

Plural Nouns EDITED

Masculine Plural Nouns EDITED

Feminine Plural Nouns

Irregular Plural Nouns
Articles

Case Inflection

Case Endings

The Six Nouns

Noonation

Adjectives

Genitive Construction

Am/Is/Are Sentences

Verbs

Irregular Verbs

Verb Forms

Perfective Verbs

Perfective Conjugation

Irregular Perfective Conjugation

Imperfective Verbs

Imperfective Conjugation

Irregular Imperfective Conjugation

Moods

Subjunctive Mood

Jussive Mood

Mood Signs

Energetic Mood

Imperative Mood

Passive Voice

Passive Perfective Verbs

Passive Imperfective Verbs

Passive of Irregular Verbs

Subject Pronouns

Object Pronouns

Demonstratives

Relative Pronouns

Sentences

To Have

Incomplete Verbs

Frozen Verbs

Verb-Like Particles

Negation

Present Negative

Past Negative

Future Negative

Negation+Exclusion Style

Interrogation

Yes/No Questions

Interrogative Pronouns

Polite Request

Introductory Particles

Infinitival/Indefinite maa

Prepositions

Conjunctions

Adverbs

Inactive Particles

Ablative Particles

Vocative Particles

Exclamatory Style

Praise & Disparagement

Derived Nouns

Verbal Nouns

Active Participles

Passive Participles

Participle-like Adjectives

Comparatives

Place-nouns

Time-nouns

Tool-nouns

Attributives

Diminutives

Vocabulary

Dialects

Survival Phrases

History & Culture

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Welcome!

 

  Welcome to Arabic Online, an absolutely free website that aims to provide as much as possible comprehensive information on the Arabic language and its grammar.

 Arabic is spoken today by over 300 million people who inhabit the Middle East and North Africa. Arabic is also the liturgical language of Islam, the faith of more than one billion people around the world.

 Arabic is official language of state in the following countries:

 

  • Algeria

  • Bahrain

  • Chad (with French)

  • Comoros (with French and Comorian)

  • Djibouti (with French)

  • Egypt

  • Eritrea (with Tigrignan)

  • Iraq (with Kurdish)

  • Israel (with Hebrew)

  • Jordan

  • Kuwait

  • Lebanon

  • Libya

  • Mauritania

  • Morocco

  • Oman

  • Palestinian Authority

  • Qatar

  • Saudi Arabia

  • Somalia (with Somali)

  • Sudan

  • Syria

  • Tunisia

  • United Arab Emirates

  • Western Sahara

  • Yemen

 

 Arabic is also the liturgical language of Muslims in:

 

  • Afghanistan

  • Indonesia

  • Iran

  • Kazakhstan

  • Kyrgyzstan

  • Pakistan

  • Sub-Saharan Africa

  • Tajikistan

  • Turkey

  • Turkmenistan

  • Uzbekistan

 

 

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