Arabic Language and Grammar Resources


http://arabic.desert-sky.net/grammar.html
A variety of simple lessons. Not always 100% correct according to classical indigenous Arabic grammar, but very helpful for students earlier on their Arabic journeys.

http://arabic.desert-sky.net/colloq.html
From the same site, a useful primer on Egyptian colloquial expressions.

http://corpus.quran.com/wordbyword.jsp
Parsing of the grammar of Qur'ānic verses, word by word. An awesome reference!

Karin Ryding has a good new MSA grammar (Cambridge UP, 2005). Start emailing U. Chicago people and we might be able to help you find a copy.
http://www.amazon.com/Reference-Grammar-Modern-Standard-Grammars/dp/0521777712/

المقدمة الآجرومية بشرح محمد محيي الدين عبد الحميد
A classic and concise Arabic grammar. The original Ājurrūm with modern commentary and explanation. Again, start emailing U. Chicago people and we might be able to help you find a copy.
http://www.fadakbooks.com/alalfishalal.html

http://www.drmosad.com/nho.htm
An online encyclopedia (of sorts) of Arabic grammar, put together by a Palestinian scholar.

http://ejabat.google.com/ejabat/
You can go to Google Ejabat and ask grammar/usage questions. This is surprisingly helpful sometimes.

http://www.ghazali.org/arabic/
A number of reference works are available for PDF download, including the classic Wright grammar.

http://www.fadakbooks.com/maalwaalwaal.html
An awesome encyclopedia of Arabic syntax, morphology, iʿrāb, etc. By Amīl Badīʿ Yaʿqūb. Dār al-ʿIlm al-Malāyīn, 1988. This has become a basic Arabic grammar reference for a lot of us in Chicago. I'm not necessarily endorsing Fadak Books (although they've been great); that's just where I ordered my copy.