Madeenah Book 1

Lesson 1  pdf_notes  Coverage: haaza, a haaza, man 
Lesson 2  pdf_notes  Coverage: zaalika, waw
Lesson 3 (3 Parts)  pdf_notes  Coverage: Use of Al for a word, Shamsi and Qamari words, Hamzatul wasl
Lesson 4 (4 Parts)  pdf_notes  Coverage: Concept of Marfu, Use of Preposition and its effect on a word, Fi, a'la, min, ila Use of Pronouns - huwa, hiya, ana, anta (Very Important Lesson - Sets the foundations)
Lesson 5 (3 Parts)  Coverage: Mudaf-Mudaf Ilaihi (Very Important Lesson - Sets the foundations)
Lesson 6 (2 Parts)  Coverage: Feminine Pronouns, How to convert a word/adjective in a feminine form, Prepositions - Li
Lesson 7  Coverage: Use of tilka (feminine form of zaalika)
Lesson 8  Coverage: How to make complete sentences, Further discussion on Mudaf-Mudaf ilaihi, Use of Khalfa and amaama
Lesson 9 (3 Parts)  Coverage: Use of Adjectives (Na't wal Man'ut), Adjectives of a definitive noun, Ism mawsool (Very Important Lesson)
Lesson 10  (7 Parts)  Coverage: Use of possessive pronouns (yaa, haa, hu, ka), Use of these pronouns with other prepositions and Verbs - like laka (for you, zahabta (you went), Certain Nouns have no Tanween (exceptions) like: female proper nouns (like Maryamu, Khadeejatu, Aaminatu), some masculine proper nouns which end with taa marbuta (the circled taa) - like Hamzatu, Usaamatu, Difference between Ma'a (with) and i'nda (Very Important Lesson)
Lesson 11 (3 Parts)  Coverage: Revision Lesson: use of pronouns in prepositions (like fihi), and verbs without the possessive pronouns - eg. uhibbullaah (I love Allah)
Lesson 12 (4 Parts)  Coverage: Use of possessive pronouns for Feminine (like anti - referring to a female - possessive pronoun is ki), Use of al lazi and al lati 
Lesson 13 (7 Parts)  Coverage: Plurals of Nouns and Adjectives, Jam Mukassar and Jam Saalim - for both Male and Female, Use of haaza and haa ulaai, huwa and hum, hiya and hunna, zaalika, tilka, ulaaika (Very Important Lesson)
Lesson 14 (4 parts)  Coverage: Plural of addressing males -  anta is antum, ana and nahnu, revision of rule that feminine proper nouns have no tanween, mudaf is definite (as opposed to nakirah, mudaf is maarifa) by position, Use of Ayyi as Mudaf
Lesson 15 (4 parts) Coverage: Plural for addressing females - anti is antunna, ki is kunna, zahabti is zahabtunna
Lesson 16  Coveragerational and irrational nouns and how we treat plural forms of irrational nouns - Important topic in Arabic learning
Lesson 17 (3 parts) Coverage: continuation of how we treat plural forms of irrational nouns - Important topic in Arabic learning
Lesson 18 (3 parts) Coverage2 topics: 1. Usage of kam and its impact on the word after - mansub, nakirah and singular 2. Dual forms for nouns, pronouns and ism ishaara eg. haazaani, baytaani 
Lesson 19 (2 Parts) Coverage: In this lesson we learn the numbers 3 to 10 with a masculine noun following them (Very Important Lesson)
Lesson 20 (5 Parts) Coverage:  In this lesson we learn the numbers 3 to 10 with a feminine noun following them
Lesson 21 (2 Parts) Coverage: This is a practice lesson where a person describes his school and its characteristics. It aims to revise some of the previous concepts learned - no new concepts introduced
Lesson 22 (2 Parts) Coverage: Concept of Mamnu' minas Sarf - situations where a noun never takes a tanween
Lesson 23 (1 Part) Coverage: Words which are mamnu' minas Sarf, when they are in a Majroor state (eg. if it has a Fi or Ala before it) the sign of being Majroor is a Fatha (and not a kasrah) 
Note: Coverage summary for each lesson is taken from Madeenah Book 1 Key Section

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