Intro to Arabic Grammar in 40 Lessons

Arkview (Foundations) - Fall 2020 Live Class!

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This class is live year round. The class timing for this course will be Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM EST.

This course guides students to the most important constructions and grammatical rules of the Arabic language. It also covers the fundamentals of verb conjugation and sentence structure.


Your Instructor


Shadee Elmasry
Shadee Elmasry

Dr. Shadee Elmasry was born and raised in New Jersey. He began studying the traditional sciences rigorously at age eighteen. He studied in Yemen, Mecca and Madina, London and Cairo under several veteran ulama. He studied Arabic Maliki fiqh, usul, aqida and suluk.

In addition to traditional learning, Dr. Elmasry has received a masters and PhD in religious studies, completing his masters thesis at The George Washington University and his PhD at The University of London, SOAS on Da’wa in the Works of Imam Abd Allah bin Alawi al-Haddad.

Dr. Elmasry went on to teach at several universities including Yale, The University of London SOAS, Trinity College, Hartford Seminary and Manhattanville College. Currently, he has found his way back home as Scholar in Residence and Director of Education at the New Brunswick Islamic Center in New Jersey. He is also the founder and head of Safina Society—an institution dedicated to disseminating Ahl al-Sunna & Jama knowledge live and online.


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