We offer the flexibility to choose your own schedule, time of class, number of days. preferred teacher either male or female and English, Arabic, Urdu, and Pushto speakers. It is very fun and easy to learn Quran online with Tajweed. You will have access to your own personal account on our website for course material, Quran lessons class history, Quran pages, courses, feedback, test results and invoice details.

I find the teaching method really excellent ... in the past i have had teachers that give up correcting if the student isn't picking up ... but masha Allah this Tutor should get a medal for being so patient and he doesn't give up .. even when sometimes my son is frustrated (from getting  pronunciation wrong again and again )  the teacher isn't ... i find that this method works for kids.. This Academy is definitely worth it ... we  have spent a lot of time looking for a good tutor & academy and Alhamdullilah we have found it!
LearnReadQuran.com is one such pioneering online Quran academy which has been offering services since 2007. They have helped thousands of students learn and understand the Quran. Their Quran tutors are great and their customer support is excellent. They offer various online Quran courses both for kids and adults like basic Quran recitation course, Tajweed course, Quran translation course, Quran memorization course, Arabic language course etc. They offer 3 FREE trial classes to give you an opportunity to see how it works and also evaluate the tutors and services.
The lessons of Islam can give us guidance, happiness, and a sense of fulfillment and clarity, but they can also put us on a righteous path. By encouraging your children to learn to read the Quran online, you can feel confident that the holy words of Allah the Almighty will be etched into their minds and hearts forever, meaning they’ll never be alone no matter what life throws at them.
In other words – your words, advices and thoughts about language and culture deeply touched my heart on this particular Friday morning 🙂 Hopefully for many more. These experiences have changed my life completely, and I’m so grateful that you’re sharing these thoughts, helping to establish a new image/mind set of what a type of experience learning a language could really be.
Tajweed is to give every letter it’s right and pronounce it from the correct place in the mouth/nose/throat. The word itself means “to make better”. This course is designed to teach Tajweed rules from a theoretical and practical perspective. Students are given regular exercises and assignments to make sure that they understand the material in full.
If you want to learn Quran with a live Quran tutor, you can do so also by signing up with an online Quran academy. These academies offer online Quran classes through Skype or other audio/video communication software. Some of them have qualified and knowledgeable male & female Islamic scholars. These online classes have proved to be very effective and convenient.
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).
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My question is what do you think of learning the Levantine version? Will different parts of the Middle East be able to understand me? Will Gulf areas be able to understand me, and vice versa? How about Egypt? Levantine areas of the Middle East is where my interest lies, but maybe it is best to go Egyptian, since I hear it is the most widely understood? Just curious on your opinion of Levantine.
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How? By making use of most of your senses during the learning process: you start by visually matching words with pictures, you hear how the words are pronounced by natives, you see how phrases are written and you speak Arabic. Moreover, you get instant feedback every step of the way until you get it right. Following this approach, you will be ready for real life Arabic conversations in no time.
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.... [-]
Thanks for your helpful posts Donovan. I just started my Arabic language learning journey a couple of months ago. I’m taking an intensive Arabic course at the New School University in New York. Our teacher is Palestinian, so we are learning the spoken Levantine dialect, but also covering MSA for reading and writing. A friend of mine at another university learned only MSA and then went to Jordan on vacation, where locals would often laugh at him when he spoke because it sounded so unnaturally high-falutin’. Haha
At AlQuranClasses, we carefully design the Kids version of Quran learning course. Our excellent teacher coordinator faculty articulate kids course as per student personality and learning the process. In this course, we offer Basic Quran Reading, Arabic language, Tarteel, Tajweedul and Hifdhul Quran classes with male or female Instructors. We articulate points of the Arabic letters, Tajweed, and Tarteel (combining theory and practice) and other essential rules based on kids understanding. Kids can get free benefits from Masnoon Dua's, rules Salat (Prayer) and some other day to day aspect of Deen.
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... I was a little skeptical about this setup since I felt learning tajweed would be difficult online, since if the tutor and the student are sitting face to face then finding out mistakes is lot easier and so is the correction process. But Alhamdulillah, your setup has impressed me thoroughly. In fact I have even got my daughter enrolled into this course. So its been pretty good in all respects...It has been very very rewarding for me personally, and I am sure it shall be rewarding for all other students as well. Please keep up the great work...!


The Hifz (Memorization) and its retention and safeguarding in the chests is one of the prominent Sunnahs found in the lives of The Sahaaba and our Righteous Predecessors. This preservation and passing on of the recitation was done in the strictest of manners without letting any deviations or differences to creep in. The Rules of Recitation, i.e. Tajweed is a result of these efforts.
What is an online course in Arabic? Online language courses have become readily available and provide an interactive experience for students. Programs usually come in a range spanning from beginner to advanced. Arabic introductory courses usually focus on the acquisition of essential elements for basic communication skills. Students tend to do a lot of listening, speaking, reading and writing, Students also gain a broader awareness of cultures and countries where Arabic is spoken. As an individual progresses to more advanced courses, they become more immersed in the language and culture. The focus is shifted from the meaning of words to the meaning of sentences. This enables students to read and speak more fluently and increases comprehension.
Learn how to use an Arabic dictionary. Words in Arabic dictionaries are normally listed under their three-letter roots. So you would look for istiqbaal ("reception") under "q" because the root letters are q-b-l. Getting used to this takes a little practice but it is not particularly difficult because additions to the roots follow set patterns. Something similar happens in English: "unaccustomed", for example, is actually "un-a-custom-ed".
So you acknowledge how sacred and in high regard modern standard/classical is held by natives and you claim that part of your method is to respect the culture you are immersing in and learning. Yet you completely contradict these two points when you then speak about classical in a completely disrespectful way. Your disdain of MSA/CA is the sole reason I discourage anyone from your site
To be able to read Holy Quran , we must first learn the rules. Noorani Qaida is the ultimate solution to learn those rules. Once we master these rules, it becomes very easy for us to recite Holy Quran with correct Tajweed and accent. Following are few interactive lessons containing sounds and transliteration of the alphabets. Click each section to view the transliteration of that section and listen the sound as shown.

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 🙂
So you acknowledge how sacred and in high regard modern standard/classical is held by natives and you claim that part of your method is to respect the culture you are immersing in and learning. Yet you completely contradict these two points when you then speak about classical in a completely disrespectful way. Your disdain of MSA/CA is the sole reason I discourage anyone from your site
At AlQuranClasses, we offer exclusive service to our Sisters. Our 55% Faculty based on females staff. Ustadha and Aalima's carefully design Quran Courses to our girls. We aim to provide learners with primary or advanced knowledge of Arabic grammar,  Tajweed with proper Makhraj and correct recitation. We also offer basic Arabic grammar to understand the Quran better.
Qur’an is one of those elements that will safeguard a Muslim from the torments of the Grave. A Muslim who recites it regularly shall get the benefits in this World and in the hereafter. The rewards are immense for those who recite it regularly and the torment is equally horrible for those who ignore it. If a Muslim realizes this, he will never let a day pass unless he recites the Glorious Qur’an.
Colloquial Arabic. If you are planning on living in the Arab World or dealing with a specific Arab region or country, Modern Standard Arabic on its own is unlikely to meet all your needs. Arabs speak regional dialects as their mother tongue, and the differences between dialects can be significant enough to cause mutual unintelligibility. Broadly speaking, there are five broad families of dialects, each with sub-dialects according to country, city, neighbourhood, and even religion: Gulf Arabic, Mesopotamian Arabic, Levantine Arabic, Egyptian Arabic, and Maghrebi Arabic.
Dear brothers and sisters in Islam, our present life is a test period to judge who obeys Quran and Sunnah and who does not. It is, therefore, necessary to know the Holy book of Quran and Sunnah of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) in order to seek success in life here after which is permanent and forever. To learn and understand Quran and its Sciences we offer the Courses which have particularly been designed under the supervision of Shaykh-ul-Islam Professor Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri.
The Jordanian Dialect Program is crafted to help students master local, everyday language usage, so that they feel better integrated into their regional surroundings, living and working among native Arab speakers in any setting. Ammiya is a recognized as a necessary facet of any student’s progression towards that coveted, native-like language proficiency.
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The lessons of Islam can give us guidance, happiness, and a sense of fulfillment and clarity, but they can also put us on a righteous path. By encouraging your children to learn to read the Quran online, you can feel confident that the holy words of Allah the Almighty will be etched into their minds and hearts forever, meaning they’ll never be alone no matter what life throws at them.
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