Wednesday, 25 June 2008

Qur'anic Arabic Classes

Qur'anic Arabic classes will be held in Luton on the weekends using the Access to Qur'anic Arabic Books by Abdul Wahid Hamid. The first of its kind in Luton.

Details: Lessons will cover the basic grammar and structure of Arabic using Qur'anic words, phrases and sentences throughout. Uses word Lists - with words occurring over 100 times, between 50 and 100 times and between 25 and 50 times in the Qur'an. Users are not burdened with a very large vocabulary from the outset, and with non-Qur'anic vocabulary. By mastering the vocabulary of frequently occurring words, they will be able to understand much and quickly. The page design and layout of the textbook make it easy to follow. Each of the 40 Units of the Textbook has 15 lines of Qur'anic text with parallel English translation.

Lessons will run at a pace appropriate to the students attending, though places are very limited.

Requirements: Ability to read Arabic.
Note: This is not Tajweed (rules to readng Qur'an), and this is different from spoken Arabic.

For further details and to register, email

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