Quran is a blessing for the whole Muslim Ummah as it is not only a means for spiritual growth but is also a source of knowledge, deep perception of reality and an understanding of life, death and hereafter. Arabic is the language of Quran and understanding Arabic grammar becomes an essential part of a Muslim’s life and helps him comprehend Allah’s message and command. The learning of Arabic grammar enlightens a Muslim’s life with the word of Allah.

Our courses: 

We will teach you basic Arabic grammar rules in considering Quranic verses. Many countries including North America, UK, USA, Australia, London, Sweden, etc, where Arabic is not understood and spoken, our courses are specially designed to serve them. Our courses will include the following:

• Subject and object pronouns   - tables of the subject and object pronouns in Arabic.

• Possessive pronouns - tables of the possessive pronouns, with reference to its use and examples.
• Demonstrative and relative pronouns.
• Introduction to the Arabic sentence - the basic types of Arabic sentences, definition of subject and predicate, and how to form sentences.
• The verb forms- information on the different verb forms and their associated meanings, and a table of all the verb forms including their perfect/imperfect conjugations, active/passive participles, and verbal nouns.
• Verb conjugations.
• Kaana, Inna, and Zanna and their sisters.

Why is learning Arabic grammar important? : 

The following example from words of Quran will help you understand why one should have awareness on Arabic grammar:
                                                                                                يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُواْ آمِنُواْ بِاللّهِ وَرَسُولِهِ
“O you who believe! Believe in Allāh and His Messenger..” [Qurʾān - 4:136]

In this verse, there are two words that seem similar to each other and they occur one after another. The only thing that differentiates the two words is that آمَنُواْ and آمِنُواْ, is changing the fathah (فتحة) on the “م” into a kusrah (كسرة):

                                                                                                                آمَنُواْ           آمِنُواْ
The whole meaning of the two words is changed by the change of fathah into a kusrah. The word “آمَنُواْ” means “those people who have believed” and is a verb or action-word, while the word “آمِنُواْ” means, “Believe, you all!” and it is not a verb per se, instead it is a “command verb” i.e. an action word that is meant as a command to someone.
Benefits of Online basic Arabic grammar course:

• This course will enable its students to understand Quran extensively.

• Understanding the direct text is important as translations do not give a
complete meaning of the original text.

• Arabic Grammar helps in grasping the meaning of our daily prayers.

• With the help of some fascinating examples, the rules of Arabic grammar can be learnt.

Learning ArabicGrammar will have an influence on the life of masses by making their worship more effective and purposeful. It gives self-assurance that Holy Quran can be learnt without much trouble.


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