“Quranic Arabic Course” is designed to teach students the Arabic language, with a focus on reading and understanding the Quran. The course covers the basics of the Arabic language, such as grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation, as well as specific skills needed to read and comprehend Quranic Arabic.
The Quranic Arabic course is primarily designed for students who want to deepen their understanding of the Quran and gain fluency in reading and comprehending its verses. It is also beneficial for those who want to learn Arabic for personal or professional reasons, such as for travel, business, or academic purposes.
The course is open to anyone, regardless of their background or even religion, who is interested in learning the Arabic language and gaining a deeper appreciation of the Quran. We have extended our Quranic Arabic program to the non-Muslim students as well to introduced them to the beauty of this book without any outside influence However, it is important to note that this course will be taught from an Islamic perspective and require students to have some knowledge of Islamic beliefs and practices.
إِنَّ هَٰذَا الْقُرْآنَ يَهْدِي لِلَّتِي هِيَ أَقْوَمُ
“Indeed, this Quran guides to that path which is the most righteous.”
Al-Isra – Sura: 17, Verse: 9
- Learn Arabic alphabet and pronunciation
- Understand basic grammar rules and sentence structure
- Vocabulary building and word formation techniques in Arabic
- Familiarize themselves with the basic structures of Classical Arabic.
- Memorize Arabic verb conjugation and noun declension
- Understand Arabic script and calligraphy
- Read comprehension and interpretation of the Quran
- Get to know Quranic vocabulary and terminology
- Sneak peek into Arabic literature and poetry
- Introduction to Quranic Arabic, including its unique vocabulary and terminology
- Memorization of the last 10 surahs of the Quran with meanings
- Basic grammar rules, including verb conjugation and noun declension
- Vocabulary building and word formation
- Reading comprehension and interpretation of the Quran
- Grammar and syntax specific to the Quran
- Analysis of Quranic verses and their meanings
- Contextualization of Quranic verses within the broader Islamic tradition
- Supplementary materials, such as audio recordings and videos
Duration to complete
This course consists of two parts:
Typically, a beginner-level Quranic Arabic course that covers the basics of the Arabic language and Quranic vocabulary may take anywhere from 6 to 10 months to complete. After beginner-level courses, the student will be able to translate by himself with a little help from books or the internet. An intermediate-level course that covers more advanced grammar and syntax and focuses on interpretation, analysis, and contextualization of Quranic verses may take an additional 8 to 15 months.
It’s important to note that the duration of the course will also depend on the student’s level of commitment, ability to practice consistently, and individual pace of learning. Additionally, being a self-paced course, it allows students to complete the program faster or slower, depending on their schedule and level of engagement.
Age limit and Pre-requirements
The course is suitable for students at various levels, including beginners who have little or no prior knowledge of Arabic, intermediate students who have some knowledge but want to improve their skills, and advanced students who want to gain a deeper understanding of the Arabic language and its literature. Age limit for this course is between fifteen and forty-five, while kids below 15 and people older than 45 often spend a lot more time learning this course.
Method of learning
In the teaching style of our Quranic Arabic course, the initial focus is on Arabic grammar rules. The teacher will start by explaining the basics of the Arabic language, including the alphabet and pronunciation, noun and verb forms, and sentence structure. Once the student has a solid understanding of these basic rules, the teacher will introduce words for memorization. These words may be from the Quran or from everyday vocabulary used in Arabic-speaking countries.
After the student has gained some familiarity with basic words, the teacher will begin to introduce translation using appropriate rules. They will explain the meaning of the words and sentences in both Arabic and English, making sure the student understands the context and the grammar involved. By breaking down the language in this way, the student will develop a better understanding of the language and its structure.
Screen sharing technology is used to enhance the learning experience. The teacher can display the Arabic script and help the student recognize individual words, phrases, and sentences. With the help of screen sharing, the teacher will also guide the student to practice words repeatedly, so that they can use them well.
Overall, this teaching style is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of Quranic Arabic, from basic grammar rules to the ability to read and understand Quranic verses. The teacher’s guidance and the use of screen sharing technology help the student gain a solid understanding of the language and develop the skills necessary to read and understand the Quran.
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Benefits of Learning Quranic Arabic
There are numerous benefits to learning Arabic, particularly for those interested in the Quran and Islam. Firstly, Arabic is a beautiful language that is relatively easy to pronounce, allowing you to express yourself clearly and communicate with Arabic speakers. Moreover, Arabic has a rich history, having been used for centuries and still widely spoken today in various parts of the world. Thus, learning Arabic is a great way to understand and appreciate the language’s cultural significance.
For those interested in Islam, learning Arabic is particularly valuable. Arabic is the language of the Quran and is used in Islamic prayers and traditions. By learning Arabic, you can understand the Quran’s teachings and delve into the depths of Islamic spirituality. Additionally, you can gain a deeper appreciation of the Prophet Muhammad’s teachings and the Islamic tradition. Arabic fluency will also allow you to ask questions and seek knowledge about Islam with greater clarity and confidence. Learning Quranic Arabic will promote spiritual growth by deepening an individual’s connection with Allah. Understanding the Quran and its teachings in their original language can lead to a greater understanding of Islam’s spiritual aspects and encourage personal growth.
The Quran is a collection of 114 chapters, known as surahs, each containing verses that teach spiritual truths. To study the Quran effectively, it’s essential to first understand the Arabic alphabet and how to pronounce it correctly. The order of Arabic alphabet letters goes from top to bottom, right to left, which is known as the ‘hijra.’ Beginners learning to read the Quran often begin with the Roman alphabet before progressing to Arabic script.
Learning Quranic Arabic offers a range of benefits, including a better understanding of Islamic culture, which includes its history, art, literature, and philosophy. It enables individuals to appreciate the richness of Islamic tradition and better understand Islamic values and practices. Knowing Quranic Arabic can also provide career opportunities, especially in fields such as education, translation, and international business. Many employers value language skills, and Arabic fluency can be an asset in various fields.
Additionally, learning a new language, such as Quranic Arabic, can improve cognitive skills like memory, concentration, and problem-solving. It promotes critical thinking and enhances analytical skills, leading to better decision-making in all aspects of life.
In summary, learning Arabic can provide many benefits, particularly for those interested in the Quran and Islam. Arabic is a beautiful and historically significant language, and understanding it will enable you to appreciate Islamic culture and spirituality on a deeper level. Mastery of Arabic will also allow you to understand Islamic prayers and traditions, communicate with Arabic speakers, and engage with the Quran’s teachings.