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Reading Arabic Course - Quran Ayat

Learn how to read Arabic online with the best Arabic teachers who are graduated from Cairo university and other top Arab universities. This course is the PERFECT choice to learn Arabic reading for beginners for both kids & adults. You’ll also learn to read Hadith in Arabic, Islamic history, other authentic Islamic books by scholars, along with the Quran. By the end of reading Arabic course, we will make sure you can read Arabic fluently, without any error.

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About Arabic Reading Course

Reading Arabic course  is to be able to read the Arabic language, apart from spoken language. It’s a prerequisite to fulfilling the rest of the rights of the Quran.’

Being a Muslim, do you not feel the dire need to be able to read Arabic, the language of our Holy Quran? A Book that is sent down upon us.

The Arabic language has diacritics, which tells you how to correctly read any word. This means that you will never need to guess or memorize the pronunciation of words.

Reading Arabic is one of the essential rights of the Quran that are obligatory on us. Reading is what makes you capable of recitation, following Tajweed, memorization of the Quran, and finally understanding it.

Reading Arabic course online enables you to read the Arabic language, read Hadith in Arabic, Islamic history, other authentic Islamic books by scholars, along with the Quran.

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When scholarly books written in Arabic are translated to other languages i.e. Urdu, English, Spanish, the words lose their essence and true meaning often.

As for reading the Quran, Allah and His Messenger (S.A.W) has promised us as many rewards in this world and the hereafter. The one struggling to read is rewarded even more. Prophet (S.A.W) says:

“… And as for the one who recites with difficulty, stammering or stumbling through its verses, then he will have twice that reward.”[Sahih Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

“Whoever recites a letter from the Book of Allah, he will be credited with a good deed, and a good deed gets a ten-fold reward…”[Sahih Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

As established before, Quranic Arabic and Arabic language are somewhat different but they have intersecting and overlapping concepts.

They have the same origins. Therefore, Reading Arabic also enables us to read Hadith in Arabic, Islamic history, other authentic Islamic books along with the Quran.

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Why Learn Arabic Reading

At Quran Ayat, our professional Arabic Language tutors will make you familiar with the basics of reading the Arabic language.

All letters, their forms, makharij, and add-ons like ‘zer’or “kasrah” and ‘zabar’ or “Fatha” will be taught to you to smooth your recitation and reading of the Holy Quran.

In the reading Arabic course, we will provide Arabic Phonetics training in every lesson in order to improve your pronunciation and qualify you for the next level of Arabic learning. Exercises and Tests will further fasten your grip on the concepts.

in the reading Arabic course Your teacher will train you to read words, then short sentences and long sentences.

Our Arabic teachers will help you get familiar will all the basics, revise your concepts, revisit the wrong concepts you might have acquired from elsewhere, and then correct them.

We will put all our efforts to make sure you get to the perfection level of reading Arabic.

Through worksheets and thorough discussions, repeated tests, and quizzes, we will make sure you master all aspects of Arabic Recitation. So, get yourself registered for the “Reading Arabic” course and read Arabic like natives.

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Benefits of Learning Arabic Reading

There are many virtues that an individual gains from learning Arabic reading.

Top benefits of learning how to read Arabic are:

1. Arabic connects you to hundreds of millions of speakers around the globe

Arabic, counting its many varieties, is the fifth-most spoken language in the world, with over 200 million native speakers of Arabic and more than 400 million total speakers of the language.

2. Arabic connects you to Arab-American communities

In the United States, more than one million Americans speak Arabic at home, making it the fastest growing second language in the United States since 2010. These 1 million are among an estimated 3.6 million Americans total of Arab origin. These people make up diverse communities that represent different religions (primarily Christian and Muslim), countries of origin, and cultures, including first-generation immigrants and families who have been in the United States for generations.

3. Arabic connects you to adherents of the world’s third-largest religion

The Arabic language also holds special a significance for Muslims around the world who make up 23 percent of the world’s population. Although most of these 1.6 billion Muslims do not speak Arabic as a native language, many Muslims learn Arabic as a language of religious study and prayer.

4. Arabic is a bridge to international affairs and global politics

Arabic is one of the six official UN languages, and it is the official or co-official language of 27 countries. Developments in the Arabic-speaking world have played an outsize role in the news and diplomacy of recent events.

5. Arabic will set you apart

By learning Arabic, you will distinguish yourself as a student who is willing to break the mold and try something different from the norm. This fact alone is enough to set yourself apart when applying for colleges, scholarships, and special programs.

What You'll Learn in Arabic Reading Course

Expert Arabic teachers at Quran Ayat Institute have prepared the following ideal syllabus to learn Arabic reading online fast & easy:

  • The Arabic Alphabet
  • Arabic diacritics
  • Letters Forms
  • Vowels
  • Sukun
  • Shaddah
  • Tanween
  • Madd – Lengthening
  • Shaddah with Tanween
  • Laam rules
  • AlifulWasl rules
  • Exercises
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Simple but effective Arabic reading course

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November 7, 2022

The Arabic reading course by Quran Ayat Institute is really a masterpiece. I managed to read full Arabic pages in just 4 months and now I can read full book in Arabic without any hassle!

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FAQs about Learning Arabic Reading

How do I learn Arabic reading?

You can start learning Arabic reading online at Quran Ayat Institute easily in just 3 steps:

  1. Book Free Trial Class – Fill in the needful data, so that the assigned tutor could contact you and confirm the appointment your selected for the first session.
  2. Confirm Selected Appointment – Once you submit your free trial request, education consultant from Quran Ayat will contact you within 24Hrs via email, Phone Call, or WhatsApp to confirm appointment and further details.
  3. Download Zoom or Skype & Start Learning – Download Zoom app or Skype to start taking the class at the scheduled appointment.

     

Is Arabic easy to read?

The brain’s right hemisphere is not involved in the initial processes of reading in Arabic, due to the graphic complexity of Arabic script. Therefore reading acquisition in Arabic is much harder in comparison to English, according to a recent series of studies.

Is Arabic a easy language to learn?

Arabic is usually considered one of the most difficult languages to learn, topped by only a few languages like Japanese in terms of difficulty. Plus, it’s even harder (or so they say) if you are a native speaker of English or a romance language.

How can I learn Arabic quickly?

The Best Way to Learn Arabic Step-by-Step:

  1. Learn the Arabic Alphabet
  2. Learn Common Arabic Words and Phrases
  3. Remember More With Spaced Repetition
  4. Master Arabic Pronunciation
  5. Surround Yourself With Arabic
  6. Use a Mobile App to Learn Arabic
How long does it take to learn Arabic?

learning timeline findings estimate that, to achieve the beginner level in Arabic, you’ll need approximately 700 hours of study. This means that if you dedicate about 15-20 hours a week to learning Arabic, you’ll achieve this level in about 8 months.

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