Islam is based on the Submission of human will to One God “Allah” The only One, The Superior and The Only Creator of This Universe with no partners and all the existence under his own Control. It is very important for every Muslim to know about their religion. We teach online Namaz, Duas, kalmas to all of our students. We also tell Islamic stories of Prophets and pious people to our students  to inspire them. In this course we teach the concept of Islam.

The Learn Arabic with Kareem app is designed to teach kids and adults alike to learn to read Arabic without any prior knowledge or experience. The purpose of this app is to help you learn Arabic and to be able to read the Quran. This app is useful for kids, new reverts to Islam and anyone interested in learning how to read Arabic and the Qur'an The app has 160 lessons (two year curriculum) based on the 'NouRaNiyah' method..


We provide online Quran classes of Quran reading with Tajweed, learning Tajweed rules, Memorization of the Holy Quran for kids of all ages, adults and women. Anyone can learn with a feasible schedule and at their own learning pace. Learn Quran Online with Arab teachers for Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. We have male and female online Quran teachers from Pakistan as well who can teach the Holy Quran in Urdu as well. Learning the Holy Quran online is very easy and affordable. We have designed very easy online Quran lessons for kids and adults to learn Quran online with Tajweed. The offered courses are as mentioned: Basic Tajweed, Noorani Qaida, Reading with Tajweed, Memorization of the Holy Quran, Ijazah Course, and Ten Qirat.  You and your kids can learn Quran with ease and the comfort of your own home. In-Shaa-Allah.
Your article is spot on! I'm the son of an Arabic native speaker, but grew up in an English-speaking house. As a result, I grew up HEARING Palestinian Arabic and READING Qur'anic Arabic. Total disconnect. I went to college and took three semesters of Modern Standard Arabic. More disconnect! I did not move forward in TWENTY years toward fluency because I had low proficiency in THREE Arabics! I finally moved over to Palestinian Arabic to learn that there are THREE Palestinian Arabics: Mádani (urban, esp. in Jaffa and Jerusalem), Fellá7 (rural), and Bádawi (nomadic). All three are mutually intelligible, but one is pigeon-holed by other Palestinians depending on which Palestinian Arabic said person uses! I stuck with Mádani Palestinian Arabic and my proficiency skyrocketed. A couple of my own suggestions beyond your article: (1) get Arabic writing capability on your computer so you get away from transliteration sooner than later, (2) learn how to write in Arabic by writing English words using Arabic letters (by reading back English words with Arabic phonics rules, you'll develop an Arabic accent much faster that way), (3) think in triliteral roots (same as in Hebrew) and you'll remember words better, (4) learn early on how to use an Arabic dictionary by using the triliteral roots, (5) learn proverbs — that always impresses Arabs! I am most amused that that the Palestinian Israeli singer Mira Awad is teaching her fellow Israeli singer Noa Palestinian Arabic though Noa is the daughter of Yemeni Jews. DRAMATICALLY different Arabics!! 🙂
Bayyinah (Paid Subscription) - Many people know about this program, but the thing about its online Qur'an and Arabic courses (like Arabic With Husna) is that they are designed to be done on your own time. This means that, unless you join the Bayyinah classes on campus, there are no live online classes available where you are forced to do weekly assignments or chat with a teacher about your progress. But the online courses are great either way, and they are neutral in terms of religion (they don't support one group or another).
Thanks so much for the great post. A quick question: I totally get what you're saying about learning a dialect first, and also about avoiding transliterated books, but sometimes that can be a bit of a hard thing to do. I checked out your post on Levantine Arabic (I am learning Palestinian myself) and the books you cited were for those already know MSA. Are there any books you could recommend that teach Palestinian or Lebanese dialects that are not all transliterated? Any pointers would be much appreciated.
Learning The Quran Online has been one of most helpful and effective procedures that assist Muslims all around the world about the teaching of Quran and about Islam. The motive of our institute is to provide Qur’an lesson classes in an easy and flexible way to kids and elders at their home, it’s easier than you can think. Now you and your kids can gain the knowledge of Islam at their home in front of your eyes, so no need to drive your kids far away to a mosque to learn Quran with Tajweed. We can help you to read Quraan with proper rules of Tajweed and improve your recitation of Quran. Alhamdulillah since 2005 thousands of people have finished and memorized the holy Qur’an from our institute. It does not matter that how young or old you are or if you are a beginner, with the help of our highly qualified tutors we will start guiding you from basic Noorani Qaida lessons gradually improving to the higher level of Tajweed. Our institute has the most effective program of learning Quran through internet. More than 5000 students have benefited through it and many are benefiting, Learn Quran On Skype with us. You want to give it a try and see how these online classes so register now for free 1 week trial and see for your own self call us now on 001 201 7938133 for any assistance.
The Qur'anic Arabic Corpus (free) - This is a website that goes through the entire Qur'an and explains the meaning of each individual word. I would recommend learning Arabic while using this site, since it refers to rules and concepts that only students of Arabic will know. I mean, how many non-Arabic speakers know what a "2nd person masculine singular imperative verb" is? But the website is generally helpful in learning the meanings of words used in the Qur'an.

Thank you for putting this post together and for all the great advices on your webpage. You’ve got me convinced that I can and should start learning the alphabet(!), that I should stick to the Levantine dialect, go all in on find good material/webpages, teachers (or perhaps create a study group with some fellow students!) And – most important – that my constant thoughts about culture and language assimilation are worth continue to explore within linguistics, cultural and social anthropology 🙂

The Arabic used in the Quran, or the Islamic holy book, is called classical or Quranic Arabic. It is slightly different than the modern standard Arabic that is predominantly used in everyday life. The major difference is in some of the wording. Students can learn Quranic Arabic online and begin to get a whole new perspective on the language. Students interested in taking these Quranic or Islamic Arabic courses are encouraged to have a firm grasp of modern standard Arabic beforehand.


The Arabic used in the Quran, or the Islamic holy book, is called classical or Quranic Arabic. It is slightly different than the modern standard Arabic that is predominantly used in everyday life. The major difference is in some of the wording. Students can learn Quranic Arabic online and begin to get a whole new perspective on the language. Students interested in taking these Quranic or Islamic Arabic courses are encouraged to have a firm grasp of modern standard Arabic beforehand.
Reading Quran with correct accent or tajweed is the key part of recitation and all of us wish to recite Holy Quran with proper rules. Its important to learn Quran with those rules to recite It effectively and easily. If you find it difficult to Learn Quran Online through free lessons given above, you can always opt for a free trial of online quran lesson with a tutor to see how it works. One to one classes are more effective and speeds up learning. Under the guidance of a professional online tutor, you will learn quickly and will improve your Quran reading skills in the most effective manner. Take a free trial of 3 Online Classes to see how it works. After the trial lessons, you can decide that whether you should continue with us or not.

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Reading is a much better way to gather new vocabulary than encountering new words out of context. In the Finbo the Whale story, for example, I finally got a grasp on spelling حوت (whale), which was a word I’d heard before but struggled with. Which letter H? ح or ه? Which letter T? ت or ط? By reading it several times in context, the correct spelling now just “looks right.”
4- Ocne your free online Quran classes will be scheduled, we would expect 90% of attendance for your classes. I you need to off any day do let us know once day in advance so that we can mark you on leave to save the cost and resources for learning Quran. As then the teacher will not wait for you and you can request a make up Quran class in any other day.
One way for beginners to practice a foreign language is to watch children’s television programs in that language. The vocabulary is simpler, and the educational nature of those programs can be extremely helpful to new students of any age. As you gain proficiency, another tactic is to watch movies in the foreign language with English subtitles on. That way you gain a better “ear” for listening, and the subtitles give you the translation for what you’re hearing. Eventually you’ll be able to switch off the subtitles and still understanding what is being said.

Phrases are easier to remember because they have meaning, they paint a picture, they tell a story. By focusing on common phrases, in just minutes you’ll start memorizing the most common Arabic words, form sentences, learn to speak Arabic phrases and take part in conversations. In no time, Mondly’s fun and smart Arabic lessons will improve your vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation like no other language learning method ever can.
Our program is simple to follow and very flexible. We have One teacher One Student classes so students and teachers mutually decide from where to start. Tutor will assess the current level and will make the recommendation. At a pre-agreed time, teacher and student come online. With the help of Internet, they talk to each other and by using computer screen sharing software they can see the same lesson on their computer screen as their teacher have, during the class.
The Learn Arabic with Kareem app is designed to teach kids and adults alike to learn to read Arabic without any prior knowledge or experience. The purpose of this app is to help you learn Arabic and to be able to read the Quran. This app is useful for kids, new reverts to Islam and anyone interested in learning how to read Arabic and the Qur'an The app has 160 lessons (two year curriculum) based on the 'NouRaNiyah' method..
We believe Arabic should be all about preparing you for real life situations. That’s why, at Mondly, we have structured our Arabic lessons inspiring ourselves from day to day situations. Created by our language experts, each lesson prepares you for real life conversations by revolving around specific themes such as family, travel, shopping, animals, grammar and more.
One way for beginners to practice a foreign language is to watch children’s television programs in that language. The vocabulary is simpler, and the educational nature of those programs can be extremely helpful to new students of any age. As you gain proficiency, another tactic is to watch movies in the foreign language with English subtitles on. That way you gain a better “ear” for listening, and the subtitles give you the translation for what you’re hearing. Eventually you’ll be able to switch off the subtitles and still understanding what is being said.
The Arabic language has played a major role in preserving human culture. Now spoken in 22 countries by 422 million people it has long been a major influence on humanity. It is also a universal language used by more than one and a half billion Muslims around the world, and one of the six languages of the United Nations, celebrated by UNESCO each year.... [-]
Speaking is an essential part of learning Arabic. Because immersing yourself in other cultures can be time consuming and expensive, we have developed a technology that immerses you in real conversations from the comfort of your own home. So, you can now practice a casual conversation with a native, book a hotel room or order food in a restaurant anytime, anywhere.
IQRA offers one of the most effective Arabic and online Quran teaching websites, through its interactive digital environment. You and your family can study Arabic and learn the Quran online, from the comfort of your home, on your schedule. Tutors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week — so you can learn Arabic online or learn Quran online with IQRA’s flexible scheduling.
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