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    #46
    Re: How to type Arabic

    السلام عليكم
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    Name: Mahmoud Maki
    Nationality and Location: Egyptian and Egypt
    Education: A graduate of Al-Azhar University
    Experience: Over 10 years of experience in teaching Arabic, the Islamic Sciences, fiqh, tafseer and aqeedah to non-native speakers of Arabic, namely those from a western background rates are excellent, much much cheaper than what you'd pay for a tutor in the UK or else where.

    Ustadh Meki teaches the following subjects:


    Classical Arabic Language - Beginners to advanced


    This course is a well structured, progressive course that has been carefully designed to teach Arabic in a non-Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range. This course also aims to provide learners with a basic knowledge of Arabic grammar, enabling the learner to take their first steps in understanding and using non-verbal sentences. The teacher will use a variety of exercises which will help the learner to understand and master each of the patterns occurring in the lesson. The vocabulary will range from classical and Quranic Arabic to words and expressions current in modern Arabic.


    First Step to Quran Reading


    This course is for those students who wish to take their first steps into learning to read and write the Arabic script of the Qur’an starting from the Alphabet with its (Makhraj) correct pronunciations. It will cover learning the letters, vowel and the basic rules needed for Quranic reading. At the end of the course the student will be able to read the Quran and identify the letters, vowels and different symbols of tajweed. The reader will also learn a very easy simplified way of linking the letters and vowels together to read the Quran correctly



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      #47
      Re: How to type Arabic

      Just go to google translator tool and select Arabic there and start typing simple ...

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        #48
        Re: How to type Arabic

        thank you of the share

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          #49
          Re: How to type Arabic

          “Learn the Sunnah and learn Arabic; learn the Qur’an in Arabic for it is in Arabic”. Hazrat Umar (RA)

          Learn Arabic Online

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            #50
            Re: How to type Arabic

            For typing arabic without having to learn arabic keyboard layouts, lexilogos has a good online arabic keyboard which maps sound alike english letters to arabic equivalents. A few letters, and all the vowel markings are unmapped, so some clicking would be required in these cases.

            If you want to learn touch typing with an arabic keyboard layout, you can try http://www.makinghijrah.com/arabic-typing/. This site has lessons to help you learn the keys and get you typing without looking. It follows a similar method as most english keyboard typing training programs would.

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              #51
              Re: How to type Arabic

              There are so many resources to learn how to type Arabic and I find them very useful to me.
              Arabic tutor

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