I stumbled on these awesome and extremely detailed tutorials in the Classical Arabic Language.
They are designed to allow an english reader to teach herself a good deal of the theory behind syntax, morphology, and other essential topics in Ancient classical Arabic.
Each page has sub page sections to click on below. I’m finding them fascinating and this material is rarely covered in english books on the language. Anyone teaching herself Arabic – or just interested in knowing a bit more about the language would find these fascinating.
This one, on Greater Etymology, is particularly fascinating. It shows a good deal of the process of how meaning is found and extracted in the individual letter patterns in Classical Arabic
Some Fundamentals of Classical Logic al-Mantiq (the Arabs considered Logic as a linguistic science, essential to deriving meaning from statements and discovering invalid statements)
Some Fundamentals of Classical Rhetoric