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.
the fact is we have to learn the MSA as it the language of teaching and learning , reading and writing, and the language we use everyday in our life, we cannot write it. however some people use it in the social media, it is very frustrating and can hardly understand what they mean. in my opinion you should learn MSA if you really want to learn the Arabic language, as MSA unites the Arab world together. If they can’t understand when they communicate in their dialect, then they use MSA instead. Each of the Arab counties use different terms and expressions which it is hard to understand. Hence, learn and speak the MSA and if they don’t understand you it means they are illiterate, and there are not much of them. and those who laugh about hearing you talking in MSA, that’s because they are not used to hear it more often, it is mostly used in formal situations.
Modern technology has given us a new and far-reaching way of teaching the verses and lessons of the Quran to students of Islam all over the world. Currently, our online Quran teachers assist learners in nearly 70 countries, and Online Quran lessons for kids are just one of our specialties. We can teach the Quran and Tajweed to students of all ages, and just because there are many benefits associated with learning as a child doesn’t mean it’s ever too late to start embracing the holy book’s teachings.

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.
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".

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".

Hi, it is really interesting how everyone is writing about learning the Arabic language from you own experience. I just wanted to add that there are more than 20 different dialect are spoken in the Arab world , Arabic native speaker would understand most of the dialects as they grow up watching Egyptian, Syrian, Lebanese movies and listening to songs with different dialects. But those who were born in USA or Australia, they would never understand other dialects, as they grew and learnt what they hear from their parents.
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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..

For two main reasons : the first one because MSA strangely helped me learning 2-3 dialects very quickly by being a sort of “base” or “glue” on which I piled up my dialects, and the second reason is because my life would be miserable without books and news and written stuff. Talking with people is not enough 😉 And since everything written is in MSA, if I hadn’t learned it I would feel I missed on most of the things I loved in Arabic culture and the Arab world.
I am learning MSA and I study grammar, listen intently to news videos and make transcripts if there’s no subtitles, and read them out, trying to mimic the pronunciation. My reading and writing is pretty good. I have one book on colloquial Egyptian – “a transformational grammar of spoken egyptian” by Hilary Wise which has stuff resembling a book on thermodynamics. I also had a book on colloquial Iraqi but I seem to have lost it.
Mondly gets you started with a basic Arabic conversation between two people. You quickly start learning your first Arabic words by matching words with images, using words to build sentences and phrases, and at the end of a 45-minute lesson you are able to reconstruct that conversation with your own voice. Explore reading, listening, writing and speaking exercises enhanced with an extensive Arabic dictionary, verb conjugator and state-of-the-art speech recognition technology - you’ll feel like having your own Arabic teacher in your pocket. In no time, you'll enjoy the benefits of learning a new language for life. It’s an incredibly effective way to learn Arabic free of charge.
This course has been established for the kids who don’t have any prior Quran education. Starting for basic alphabets of Quran we gradually move toward words of Koran. At the end of this course students are able  to read Quran fluently in Arabic accent. We focus on Tajweed from the first day and build strong base of students by teaching them the right way of pronunciation from basic alphabets. We also focus on building moral character of our students and provide basic Islamic Knowledge to our student such as Salah, Kalmas, Duas and supplications.
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