Course Title : Arabic Language II
Code Course
Credits ECTS
ISC 112-2 B 2 8 0 0 8.00 10
Lecturer and Office Hours
Teaching Assistant and Office Hours
Language Arabic
Course Level
Description In this subject the students will learn about the syntax and morphology of the Arabic language, they will learn how to write a speech, essays etc. They will learn how to translate a text from the Arabic language into Albanian, Turkish and vice versa. They will learn the conjugation of the verb in all the tenses, also they will learn some of the customs and tradition of Arabic people
Objectives - To supply the students with the knowledge of advanced Arabic language - The students will have the opportunity to read and understand the text in Arabic language - The students should learn the bookish language - The student could be able to communicate in this language fluently - They could be able to translate from this language
Course Outline
1“Travelling to Cairo”, 1. At the airport, 2. At the Hotel, Dialogue, Grammar: Relative pronoun “Who, which”, subjunctive mood of the present tense and the particle, interrogative pronoun with “Hemze and EM”
2“Living” 1. How is the system of living, 2. Rented apartment, Grammar: verbs with three consonants, Dialogue, duplication of the noun, verbs with four consonants.
3“Health”, 1.May God heal and forgive you, 2. At the doctor, Dialogue, Grammar: adverbs of stress, “Lam” imperative mood in a short way of the present tense, the auxiliary verb “Kane”, Reading-understanding, writing dictation
4“Trade”,1. What we usually buy?, 2. At the market, Dialogue, Grammar: The comparative and the superlative degree, the formation of the subject from the verb with three consonants, the plural, reading, writing, dictation.
5“Job” 1.Possibility of finding a job, employment, dialogue, Grammar: The regular plural of masculine nouns, Ismul faili and Ismul Mefuli, The irregular plural, reading, comprehension, writing, dictation.
6“Places to visit”1.Ҫ’What you suggest, 2. Travelling to Central Asia, Dialogue, Grammar: Relative pronouns, types of object Reading, comprehension, writing, reading dictation
7“Sport”, Types and names of sport, Dialogue, Grammar: Verbs with more than three consonants, Types of verbs, Reading, comprehension writing, dictation.
8Midterm Exam
9“Memories”, Dialogue, grammar drill, grammar rules: Types of object, Grammar drill, the conjugation of verb, Reading, Comprehension, writing Dictation.
10“Describing people”, Dialogue, Grammar drill, review,
11Grammar drill, Genitive case Reading, comprehension, writing dictation
12“Feast and religious manifests ”, Dialogue, grammatical drill, grammatical drill, prepositions, the conjugation of the verbs, reading, comprehension, writing, dictation
13“(Humour)” Dialogue, grammatical drill, grammatical rules, particles Writing, comprehension, reading, dictation.
14Grammatical Rules, adverbs, revising, grammatical drill, reading dialogue revising
15“Nature”, Dialogue, grammatical drill, grammatical rules, name of the time and place, names of the subjects, reading comprehension,
16Final Exam
Other References
Laboratory Work
Computer Usage
Learning Outcomes and Competences
1The students will be able to analyse various sentences
2The students will be able to speak fluently the arabic language
3The students will be able to translate from the arabic language
4The students will be supplied with the knowledge of the advanced Arabic
5They will read texts as examples
Course Evaluation Methods
In-term studies Quantity Percentage
Term Projects00
Contribution of in-term studies to overall grade50
Contribution of final examination to overall grade50
ECTS (Allocated Based on Student) Workload
Activities Quantity Duration
Total Workload
Course Duration (Including the exam week : 16 x Total course hours) 168128
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) 14798
Assignments 000
Midterms 11010
Final examination 11414
Other 000
Total Work Load 250
Total Work Load / 25 (hours) 10

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