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  • uccello verde
    started a topic Can you read without hakarat?

    Can you read without hakarat?

    Bismillah

    :salams

    How long did take for you to start reading Arabic without hakarat (vowels) ?

  • Saif El Islam
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    Re: Can you read without hakarat?

    until the khilafa of Ali Radya Allahu Anhu people used to read Quran without Tashkeel and without dots it was later when non arabs becoming Muslims that was indtroduced

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  • Sarah5
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    Re: Can you read without hakarat?

    Originally posted by uccello verde View Post
    Bismillah

    :salams

    How long did take for you to start reading Arabic without hakarat (vowels) ?
    It takes a lot of practice sis; reading without harakat just requires a lot of practice and because you get used to the words, they'll be like second nature. Similar to how if I write "The the girl went up the hill" You'll only read "The girl went up the hill" without the second "The" because you know two "the's" cannot exist consecutively. Also similar to how if I wrote "the bird chrips" you'll be able to make out I meant "chirps" and not "chrips".

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  • uccello verde
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    Re: Can you read without hakarat?

    Originally posted by Linkdeutscher View Post
    Somewhat.

    Technically it's impossible to read without haraakat -_-

    You mean tashkeel.
    :jkk:
    Yes, tashkeel.
    If they were used more often, reading could be so much easier, Alhamdulillah.

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  • Linkdeutscher
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    Re: Can you read without hakarat?

    Somewhat.

    Technically it's impossible to read without haraakat -_-

    You mean tashkeel.

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  • uccello verde
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    Re: Can you read without hakarat?

    Originally posted by n0.n4m3 View Post
    You need to learn grammar AKA نحو
    :jkk:
    Alhamdulillah,Yes, grammar is important to learn. I'm doing it.

    Originally posted by ALAS View Post
    Well just pure reading is not possible, in fact it is accompanied with understanding. One should be able to follow the meanings and be familiar with Arabic literature.
    :jkk:
    Of course, we need to understand what we read. Building up vocabulary and keeping up constant practice.

    Originally posted by lonelyniqabi View Post
    :wswrwb:

    Yes, Alhamdulillah. Can't remember exactly how long it took me, since I started learning Arabic at very young age. You need to have a good grasp of grammar, and a sizeable vocabulary to be able to read without tashkeel.
    :jkk:
    Ma sha'Allah. Sound good approach. Do you read everyday dear ukhti?
    I wonder why, they have to write without tashkeel (vowel signs). My learning would be SO much easier, Alhamdulillah.

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  • lonelyniqabi
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    Re: Can you read without hakarat?

    :wswrwb:

    Yes, Alhamdulillah. Can't remember exactly how long it took me, since I started learning Arabic at very young age. You need to have a good grasp of grammar, and a sizeable vocabulary to be able to read without tashkeel.

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  • ALAS
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    Re: Can you read without hakarat?

    Originally posted by uccello verde View Post
    What I mean is, apart of Quran, all other Arabic texts are written without vowels? How one is able to read it?
    Well just pure reading is not possible, in fact it is accompanied with understanding. One should be able to follow the meanings and be familiar with Arabic literature.

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  • uccello verde
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    Re: Can you read without hakarat?

    Originally posted by ALAS View Post
    Maybe but I think harakat is the main part of Arabic. It is very important.
    What I mean is, apart of Quran, all other Arabic texts are written without vowels? How one is able to read it?

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  • ALAS
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    Re: Can you read without hakarat?

    Originally posted by uccello verde View Post
    LOL, it was typo. Happens everybody.
    So, can you read it without harakat?
    Maybe but I think harakat is the main part of Arabic. It is very important.

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  • uccello verde
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    Re: Can you read without hakarat?

    Originally posted by ALAS View Post
    Sister it is called harakat.
    LOL, it was typo. Happens everybody.
    So, can you read it without harakat?

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  • ALAS
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    Re: Can you read without hakarat?

    Originally posted by uccello verde View Post
    Bismillah
    :salams
    How long did take for you to start reading Arabic without hakarat (vowels) ?
    Sister it is called harakat.

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  • n0.n4m3
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    Re: Can you read without hakarat?

    You need to learn grammar AKA نحو

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