The Jewels of the Quran are many. But how do we acquire them? The answer to this question was given by a man about thousand years ago!
We have been introducing some of the common phrases in Arabic every week. These are phrases that you can use in your day-to-day life; and can be quite an effective way to learn the Arabic language.
An Arabic immersion program can be a great way to soak yourself in the langauge. However, there are a few things one should keep in mind before making the big move.
In this new post, we are going to boost your Arabic vocabulary by introducing some easy new words that can be used inside the classroom. We have also introduced some basic questions that can be used to practice the new words that you learn.
In this post, we are going to introduce 5 more new sentences. We have also introduced some feminine pronouns. Masculine pronouns were introduced in Common Arabic Phrases #2. Make sure you know your pronouns. Just using pronouns correctly can be a huge leap in your Arabic learning journey! They are easy. Don't overlook them.
Vocabulary building is an important part of language learning and can take the most time to develop, unless you have an extraordinary memory. However, there are many other ways to develop your vocabulary.
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.
According to a discussion I had with a linguist professor, the lexical approach is the fastest way to learning a language. The lexical approach basically rests on the idea that an important part of learning a language consists of being able to understand and produce lexical phrases as chunks.
Have you ever wished you could learn like a child? Was it easier learning a new language when you were younger? There's one main trait that makes children learn faster than adults.
In this post of learning Arabic phrases, out of the 6, we have introduced 5 new sentences and 1 of them has appeared before. I may repeat a few sentences so that you can recognise and get familiar with them. I have also introduced feminine words, and how you can form feminine words in Arabic.