Fundamentals of Classical Arabic, Vol. 1 Conjugating Regular Verbs and Derived Nouns.
Fundamentals of Classical Arabic is a series of practical, easy-to-read books that help students learn the difficult subjects of Arabic verb conjugation and grammar. Based on methodologies used by Islamic scholars for centuries, this series focuses on grasping short, understandable principles to steadily build a comprehension of the language.
This first volume provides a framework for studying the Arabic language, introduces Arabic word patterns, and covers the essentials of conjugating common verb and noun forms. Throughout the book, important concepts are explained in a lucid and concise manner. Tables provide a review of the concepts covered in each lesson.
Husain Abdul Sattar is a pathologist at the University of Chicago Hospitals. Born and raised in Chicago, he holds a B.S. from the University of Chicago and an M.D. from the University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Medicine. Additionally, for over a decade he has consistently pursued sacred knowledge from traditional scholars in the United States, Syria, and Pakistan, including a three-year stay in Islamabad. He possesses several formal authorizations in the Islamic sciences including an authorization in the science of Islamic spirituality (Tasawwuf). This text highlights his ability to transmit the knowledge of his teachers to students in the Western world.
Author: Hussain Abdul Sattar
Publisher: Sacred Learning
Year Published: 2002
Length: 9.0 in
Width: 5.9 in
Height: 0.3 in