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How to learn Arabic?

We all want to learn Arabic. We all want to understand the Quran and the Sunnah. The big question is HOW? How to learn Arabic? What's the best way to learn the Arabic language? In this post, In Sha Allah (God Willing) we will explain the best practices to learn Arabic.

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Conversation with the Lord of the Worlds!

Imagine you had the opportunity to talk to your favorite celebrity or the President or the CEO of the biggest company in the world - how would you react? What is the protocol you would follow while talking to such a personality? Imagine someone briefs you on the protocol before the meeting - that you have to wear a certain dress-code, shake hands in a certain way, you're not allowed to ask certain personal questions, etc. If you refuse to follow this protocol, the meeting will be cancelled (invalid). These are the terms and conditions. How far would you go to make sure you comply?

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Common Arabic Phrases #4

The idea is to memorise about 5 simple sentences everyday and practice them in your day to day life. Once you have about 30 sentences, you're already speaking the language. Speaking the langauge is one of the easiest way to learn the language. Once you're speaking, you can go into more details about the langauge. Don't be afraid to mix the sentences you have learnt and to come up with creative responses. The more mistakes you make, the more you learn! 

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3 Effective ways to develop a strong desire for the Quran

One of the biggest challenges for any Muslim is to have a strong desire for the Quran - to be able to read it daily and benefit from the Words of our Creator. This is because the Shaiytaan, the cursed enemy of mankind, is constantly at work to lead us away from the Straight path. How do we equip ourselves to combat this enemy? How do we continue to reap the benefits of the Quran?

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Common Arabic Phrases #3

This is the third post in the series of Common Arabic Phrases. Hope you all have been memorizing and using these basic phrases, which are here to get you started on your Arabic journey. Remember, unless you start using them in your daily lives, there's no way you can practice the language. Using the language gives you better chances of continuing your journey in Arabic learning. When you speak a few phrases it's as if you already know the language! (wink)