22 March 2016

A Grammar of The Arabic Language by William Wright - Wright's Arabic Grammar with embedded Quick Study Tool

Considered by many to be the standard reference in English Language for Classical Arabic Grammar. W. Wright’s A Grammar of the Arabic Language, commonly known simply as Wright’s Arabic Grammar or Wright’s Grammar, has been one of the most advanced reference work of Arabic grammar generally available in English since its publication in the mid 19th century. This work gives English-speaking students of Arabic unparalleled access to some of the oldest and most reliable reference works of the classical Arab grammarians, such as Ibn Mālik and al-Zamakhsharī etc. The book uses both English and Arabic terminology to explain morphology and syntax.

Download PDF files
Wright Arabic Grammar Volume 1 (black & white 18.2 MB, 344 pages)

Wright – Arabic Grammar Volume 2 (black & white 27.4 MB, 480 pages)

Wright - Arabic Grammar Volume 1 (colored 24.7 MB, 346 pages)

Wright - Arabic Grammar Volume 2 (colored 27.8 MB, 482 pages)

Links to original archive pages for both scans :
Volume 1 : Scan 1 , Scan 2
Volume 2 :
Scan 1 , Scan 2

Read volume 1 online
Volume 1 Table of Contents : 
See page number against the topic you want to study from Table of Contents and enter it in input box which is below the embedded Table of Contents and click Display Topic button
Input the page number to open the required topic and press Enter or click Display Topic button:


Topic Study Link : link comes here
Read volume 2 online
Volume 2 Table of Contents : 
See page number against the topic you want to study from Table of Contents and enter it in input box which is below the embedded Table of Contents and click Display Topic button
Input the page number to open the required topic and press Enter or click Display Topic button:


Topic Study Link : link comes here
Study any cross referenced topic in volume 1 or volume 2 while studying a page on these in main study on seeing a cross reference, e.g. to study S100 in volume 1 type 1s100 in input box and click "Display Reference" button. To study S200 in volume 2 type 2s200 and click "Display Reference" button .
In addition to cross reference study while studying volume 1 or volume 2, you can also read relevant topics after checking below indexes or even Errata. Click below links to see the topic references e.g. note the volume and topic number and enter in input box accordingly and click the button.

Index of Arabic Words, Terminations, etc.
Index of Technical Terms, Mnemonic Words, Paradigms, etc.
Errata (Additions and Corrections)

Input the reference number to open the required topic and volume e.g. 1s1 and and press Enter or click Display Reference button:


Reference Study Link : link comes here