JAMB

Arabic JAMB Syllable 2024

JAMB SYLLABLE FOR ALL COURSES

JAMB SYLLABLE FOR ALL COURSES

JAMB SYLLABLE FOR ARABIC COURSES. The aim of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination syllabus is to prepare the candidates for the Board’s examination. It is designed to test their achievement of the course objectives. In this article.  I will be giving you a complete list of jamb syllables for all courses.

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ARABIC GENERAL OBJECTIVES

The aim of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) syllabus in Arabic is to

prepare candidates for admission into tertiary institutions through the Board’s examination. It is designed to test their achievement of the course objectives, which are to:

 

  1. answer comprehension questions correctly in standard Arabic;

 

  1. translate simple texts from English to Arabic and vice versa;

 

  1. apply the rules of Arabic grammar functionally;

 

  1. appreciate Arabic literary texts within the contexts of their environment and eras;

 

  1. use Arabic as a living world language in communication where

 

DETAILED SYLLABUS

 

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES OBJECTIVES
SECTION A: COMPREHENSION

It consists of two passages of seventy (70) words each. Five multiple-choice questions are to be set on each passage. The contents should be within the experience of the candidates e.g. current affairs, sports, education, politics, economy, health, culture and ethic. The themes of the two passages should vary.

Candidates should be able to:

i.        use appropriate words or phrases for specific thought;

ii.       deduce the lesson in the passage;

iii.     determine the main theme of the passage;

iv.     give an appropriate title of a passage;

v.       interpret the meanings of particular words.

SECTION B: TRANSLATION

This section consists of ten (10) questions. Five of them are on translation from English into Arabic while the other five are on translation from Arabic into English.

 

Translation into English includes key words and phrases in a sentence.

 

Translated questions are to be based on standard Arabic and English usages.

Candidates should be able to:

i.        use an appropriate Arabic word or phrase to convey the meaning of an English word or phrase;

ii.       determine an appropriate English word or phrase for an Arabic statement;

iii.     interpret idiomatic expressions in both Arabic and English;

iv.     transfer ideas expressed in Arabic to English and vice versa;

v.       communicate effectively in Arabic and English.

SECTION C: GRAMMAR

Major grammatical features in Arabic to be examined include:

.1 أسماءإلشارةو الموصولة.

1.       Demonstrative and relative pronouns.

.2 المذكر والمؤنث.

2.       Gender (Masculine and Femine).

Candidates should be able to:

i.        identify the various forms of demonstrative and relative pronouns;

ii.       compare gender markers in Arabic;

 

.3 عالمات االسم.

3.       Characteristics of noun.

.4  الثمنى.

4.       Dual.

.5 الجموع:

5.       Plurals:

أ – جمعالمذكرالسالم.

a.  sound masculine plural

ب – جمعالمؤنثلاسالم

b.  sound femine plural

ج – جمعالتكثير

c.  broken plural

.6 المضاف  اولمضاف إليه.

6.       Construct phrases.

.7  لاضمائرانلمفصلة والمتصل ة

7.       Separable and inseparable pronouns.

.8  التوابع:

8.       Appendants:

a.  adjective.                                .لانعت– أ

b.  conjunction.                       .العطف– ب

c.  the permutative.                   .لابدل– ج

ادل–توكيد.                           emphasis d.

 

.9 حروفالجر

9.       Prepositions.

10ا.لفل الالزمالوفعلالمتعدي.

10.   Transitive & Intransitive verbs.

11ا.لفعلالماضى

11.    The perfect verb.

12ا.لفعلالمضارع:

12.    The imperfect verb:

a.  أ –المرفوع                                           indicative. the

b.  the subjunctive.               النمصوب– ب

ج –المجزوم.                         jussive. the c.

 

13ا.لفعل ألمر.

13.    The imperative verb.

.14 لان اوسخ:

14.    The modifiers:

أ –كان و أخوات ها

a.  Kana and its associates

ب – إن و أخوات ها

b.  Inna and its associates

ج – ظن و أخوات ها

c.  Zanna and its associates

15ا.لفعل الثىالمجرد ومازليد فيه.

15.    Trilateral and derived verbs.

 

 

6ا1ل.مشتقات:

16.    Derivatives:

أ –اسلمتافضيل.

a.  the comparative/superlative.

ب –اسم آللة.

b.  nouns of instrument.

ج –اسماالزمان والمكان.

iii.     identify the three basic characteristics of Arabic nouns;

iv.     differentiate between singular and dual forms of nouns;

v.       construct plural forms of singular nouns;

 

 

 

 

 

 

vi.     identify construct phrases and their usages;

 

vii.   differentiate between separable and inseparable pronouns;

viii. detect correct usage of adjectives, conjunctions and the permutative in Arabic sentences;

 

 

 

 

ix.     apply correct preposition in a given sentence;

 

x.       differentiate between transitive and intransitive verbs and use them in sentences;

xi.     detect the perfect verbs and their forms;

 

xii.    detect the imperfect verbs and their grammatical words in sentences;

 

 

 

xiii. detect the imperative verbs and their forms;

 

xiv.  identify the kinds of modifiers and apply them in Arabic usage;

 

 

 

 

 

xv.      differentiate    between     trilateral     and    derived verbs;

 

 

xvi.  identify the types of derivatives;

 

c. nouns of time and place.

د –اسمانلسبة.

d. relative adjectives.

.17الجملةلاشرطي ة

17. Conditional sentences.

 

 

.18 العدد 1( – 3000فقط)

18. Numerals (1 – 3000).

 

19ا.لفاعل ونائ ابلفاعل.

19.    Active and passive voice.

 

.20 نمصوباتألسماء:

20.    Nouns in the accusative

أ –املفعولبه.

a.  direct object.

ب –املعفول فيه (ظرف.)

b.  adverbs of place and time.

ج –الحال.

c.  adverb of circumstance.

د  ا–لمسثتنىبال.

d.  the exempted with illa.

هـ -التميز.

e.  Specification.

و  ا–لمنادى.

f.  the vocative.

 

 

xvii.    apply the rules governing conditional sentences, detect them in sentences, construct them and differentiate them in normal sentences;

 

xviii.recognise and count Arabic numerals from 1 to 3000 and identify the intricacies involved in their usage;

 

xix.  distinguish between active and passive voice and apply them in sentences;

 

xx.     identify different types of adverbial clause, the exempted, specification and the vocative as well as detect and use them in standard Arabic;

SECTION D: COMPOSITION

This section consists of five (5) questions on subjects relating to the lives and environment of the candidates, e.g. education, culture, health, politics, economy, sports and current affairs.

Candidates should be able to:

i.        use appropriate words for specific thoughts;

ii.       use correct idiomatic expressions in Arabic;

iii.     communicate effectively in Arabic;

iv.     express ideas clearly in Arabic;

v.       demonstrate the use of common Arabic idioms and proverbs;

 

SECTION E: ARABIC LITERATURE

This section consists of ten (10) questions on notable literary figures and their works cutting across the various periods which include the following:

.)م610 – 500 حوالى(لعصرالجاهلي–ا أ a) The Pre-Islamic Period (500 – 610 C.E.).

-قسبن ساعدة و خطبته “من عاش مات”

-تماضر النخساء ورثاؤ ها.

 

.)م1798 – 610( اإلسالمي لعصر–ا ب b) The Islamic Period (610 – 1798 C.E.).

ا-لفرزدق ومدحه لزيانلعابدين: ل”نا العة ازلغلباء.”

-حسانبنثابت وقدتصهي في فتح مكة.

– جريروشعره: أ”شجانال هوى.”

Candidates should be able to:

 

 

 

 

i.        identify pre-Islamic poetic traditions and conventions;

 

 

ii.       identify and analyze the style of figurative expressions contained in a given Islamic literature;

 

 

 

ج ا–لعصرالحديث 1798(مإلىلايوم.) date). to (1978 Period Modern The c)

-انلمفلوطي وكتابهالعبرات “:قصةالحجاب.”

– إيليأابو  امضيوشعره”:لمتشتكي.”

 

د – أدب غر  إبرفيقيا ابلعربية.

d) West African Literature in Arabic.

– زكريا إدريس حسينومسرحيته:ط ا”بلقة العليا.”

– جميلعبد  اهللالكنوى: ا”دف اعلبتى  هى أحسن.”

 

iii.     describe the aesthetic features in literary texts and assess their modern cultural values;

 

 

iv.     evaluate areas of successful use of Arabic as         a medium of West African novel and drama, analyse their contents and describe their major characteristics and plots.

 

RECOMMENDED TEXTS

 

  1. COMPREHENSION, COMPOSITION AND TRANSLATION

.1بشير أحمد محييلادين والمرضيمختارالمرضي:الم اطلع ةالواضح ة.نكو: شرك ة طن المى وبأنائ ه.

.2  سيد حمرة مالك: انإلشاءاعلربىالمتوسطل(لمرداس الثانوي)ة إبادن مطبع ة الجامع ة ب. ل. س. 2005م.

.3   عبدافلتاحصبرى وعلي عمربكا:لقراءةلارشيدة. الجزء 1 – 4القاهرة: دار المعارف.

.4   عبد هللاالطيب:  مسيرال الميذ الجزء 1 – 2 الخرطوم: مكتبالنشر.

.5   غرب ط. زاريا 1999(م:)كيفتكتب انإلشاء:كنو مطبعة جماعة بايرو.

.6   محمد األول أبوبكر و اآلخرون: العربي ةاليمسرةالجدليدلةمرحلة الثانوي ة. إبادن: ادر سبكترمللطباعة وانلشر.

.7 محمد بيدع شريوفسليم كحيم والحاج حسين آدمو:العربي ةالجديدةفىنييجريا.الكتاب 1 – 3إكيجا:لونغمان.

 

 

  1. Adekilekun, L. A.: Learning Arabic Language, Ilorin.
  2. Balogun, I. A. B. and Oseni Z. I. (1982) A Modern Arabic Course Book 1 Lagos: Islamic Publications
  3. Haywood, A. and Nahmad, H. M. (1965), A New Arabic Grammar of the Written Language, London: Lund Humphries.
  4. Malik, H. A. (1982) A Guide to Arabic Composition, Books I & II, Lagos I.P.B.
  5. Arabic newspapers, magazines and

 

  1. GRAMMAR

.1   علىالجارم ومصطفى أمين:النحو الواضحلمدارسالمرحل ة األولي ة. الجرء 1 – .3القاهرة: دار المعارف.

.2   محمد أجرومالصنهاجى: متن األجرومي ة.القاهرة.

.3   محمد محيي الدين عبدالحميد:التحفاةلسني ةبشرحالمقدم ة األجرومي ة.بيروت: دارالفكر.

  1. Haywood, J.A and Nahmad, H.M (1965), A New Arabic Grammar of the Written Language, London: Lund Humphries.

 

  1. ARABIC LITERATURE

 

-1 زركيا حسين: المأأدبلدةبية للبا اللعربيفةي إفيرقيا أتوثى: دار

 

NECO/WAEC

م2004

لانور

 

NECO/WAEC

م2006

-2زركيا حسايلن:طبقة اللعيا: دارلانور أتوثى

 

)2004(

-3 مصطفىطلفي المفنلوطي:العبراتبيروت والقاهرة

 

WAEC/NECO

-4 جميل د هللاالكنويا:د عف  لباتي هي أحسن مكتبة الحكمةإلسالمي ة

 

NECO/WAEC )2013(

كنو

 

-5 أحمد االسكندري وآلخرون:لامفصلفي تاريخ ألدالبعربي

NECO/WAEC

 

 

TRANSLITERATION OF THE ABOVE BOOKS

 

  • ZAKARIYAU OSENI: AL-MA’DUBAT AL-ADABIYYAH.
  • ZAKARIYAU I. OSENI: AL-TABAQATAL-ULYA (THE UPPER CLASS)

3-    MUSTAPHA LUTFI AL-MANFALUTI: AL-ABARAT.

  • JAMIL ABDULLAHI ALKANAWI: IDFA’A BIL LATI HIYA

5-    AHMAD AL-ASKANDARI WAL AKHARUN: ALMUFASSAL FI TARIKH AL-ADABUL ARABI.

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