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    Learning Arabic Resources

    Assalamu Alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuhu

    I pray you and your families are in the Best of Health, Iman and Taqwa, InshAllah.

    Bi'idhnillah, I will be posting Arabic video lessons based on the Madinah Arabic Books.

    Enjoy my brothers and sisters! I pray this will be of beneficial to all of you InshAllah.

    Resources:

    Arabic Text:

    Madina Books - Arabic 1
    (120 pages - 10.4 MB)

    Madina Books - Arabic 2
    (222 pages - 17.3 MB)

    Madina Books - Arabic 3
    (303 pages - 25.6 MB)

    Key in English:

    Madinah Books - Key in English 1
    (61 pages - 7.5 MB)

    Madinah Books - Key in English 2
    (110 pages - 13.3 MB)

    Madinah Books - Key in English 3
    (172 pages - 34.6 MB)

    Arabic Solutions/Key to Exercises:

    Madina Books - Arabic Solutions 1
    (78 pages - 7.3 MB)

    Madina Books - Arabic Solutions 2
    (68 pages - 5.7 MB)

    Madina Books - Arabic Solutions 3
    (140 pages - 14.5 MB)

    Handouts:

    Madina Books - Arabic 1

    Madina Books - Arabic 2 & 3

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    An Introduction to Quranic and Classical Arabic: An Elementary Grammar of the Language



    An Introduction to Koranic and Classical Arabic is an elementary-level grammar of standard classical Arabic, the literary norm of the Arabic language that has not changed appreciably in fourteen hundred years. An indispensable tool for all who are interested in Islamic religion, science, and literature, the language presented in this book will enable the learner to study firsthand the primary sources of Islamic civilization and the classics of the Islamic Near East.

    The grammar is presented clearly and in a logical progression amply illustrated by examples, most of which, along with the readings, have been taken directly from the text of the Koran and the body of hadith (the reports of Muhammad's sayings) and supplemented with extracts from other classical sources.

    In the forty lessons all essential features of grammar are covered, and the student will acquire an active base vocabulary of over 450 common words and productive roots, from which many times that number of individual lexical items can be regularly and predictably formed. In the course of readings, passive exposure is given to more than 400 additional items of vocabulary.

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      Arabic for Dummies



      Unlike most books on the Arabic language, Arabic For Dummies is designed in a way that gives you the most accurate and in-depth information available on the composition of the language. The book is modular in nature; every chapter is organized in such a way that you don't have to read the whole book in order to understand the topic that's discussed. Feel free to jump through chapters and sections to suit your specific needs. Also, every grammatical and linguistic point is explained in plain English so that you can incorporate the concept immediately. I took great care to explain every concept clearly and succinctly.

      To provide the best foundation and the widest usage for students of Arabic, Arabic For Dummies focuses on Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), which is the most widely used form of Arabic in the world. There are basically three different types of Arabic: Koranic Arabic, local dialects, and MSA.

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        #4
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        JazaakAllaah khayr!

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          Arabic Verbs & Essentials of Grammar



          Each unit is devoted to one topic, so you can find what you need right away and get focused instruction immediately. Concise yet thorough, the explanations are supported by numerous examples to help you master the different concepts. And for those tricky verbs, Arabic Verbs & Essentials of Grammar includes a Verb Index of the most common verbs, cross-referenced with the abundant verb tables appearing throughout the book.

          This book will give you:

          * An excellent introduction to the basics of Arabic if you are a beginner or a quick, thorough reference if you already have experience in the language
          * Contemporary usage of verbs, adjectives, pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions, and other grammar essentials
          * Examples that reflect contemporary usage and real-life situations

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            A New Arabic Grammar of the Written Language

            By J.A. Haywood, H.M. Nahmad



            John A. Haywood, the author, spent many years as a British civil servant and academic in Sudan. His grammar is the outcome of a lifetime of study of Arabic. Haywood and Nahmad, as the grammar is affectionately called by students of Arabic, came out in 1965. It is used in universities all over the world, and has been translated into Spanish.

            The grammar gives the English grammatical terms, so it is also a useful grammar for anyone teaching English in the Middle East where English can be simplified by pointing out its differences with Arabic. Arabic is a much older language than English and has dropped most of the awkward complexities that English still has in favor of a logical simplicity that was, one might say, codified, in the Abbasid period in Iraq in the 9th century AD. The enumeration of the differences between English and Arabic for the purpose of making English easier for Arabic speakers has yet to be done, but Haywood’s grammar would provide a starting point and a skeleton for such an endeavor.
            Haywood and Nahmad provide the Arabic terms in brackets (one time) for the grammatical points he mostly describes in English, of course. You have to know your English grammar from the old school pretty well. There are none of the modern English grammar neologisms such as “Demonstrators” for indefinite or definite article, or “helping verb” for present and past perfect. There is no present or past perfect in Arabic. As in yet another language which is older than English, French, these problems have dropped by the wayside in the Arabic language, and Arabic has only the present, the past, the future and the “command” forms. A better example of what I mean by the fact that you have to know the “real” basis of English grammar, and not the neologisms, to appreciate this book, is that you have to know what subjunctive and jussive mean, for example.

            Some of the most judiciously researched parts of the book are the introduction and the selections from Arabic Literature. His selection reads like high points of Arab, and thus, “humanity’s” culture: Ibn Khaldun, The Arabian Nights, Tawfiq al-Hakim’s “Diary of a Country Prosecutor,” for example.

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              A Grammar of the Arabic Language



              No other English-language grammar of the Arabic language is as comprehensive as this classic reference. The sine qua non resource for English-speaking students wishing to master the intricacies of Arabic, it has served as an indispensable aid for over a century. Unlike many more recent grammars, this volume contains virtually no inaccuracies or errors. Although it is purely a reference grammar, it cites many examples of sentences, phrases, and figures of speech from the best classical Arabic prose and poetry. Three indexes assist in finding words, constructions, and grammatical categories amid a wealth of information.

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              Volume 1 | Volume 2

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                :jkk:
                .: Rufaida :.
                .:Fa Firroo Ila-llaah:.
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                “People praise you for what they suppose is in you,
                but you must blame your soul for what you know is in you.”
                ~ Ibn Atallah

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                  :salams,

                  ah this thread reminds me I've got to buy the Al-Kitaab book for my second semester...

                  :jkk: for posting this..

                  *bookmarks thread*

                  :up:
                  :love:"And whosoever is conscious of Allah, He will make a way for him to get out (from every difficulty). And He will provide him from (sources) he never could imagine. And whoever puts his trust in Allah, then He will suffice him. Verily, Allah will accomplish His purpose. Indeed Allah has sent a measure for all things." (Quran: 65/2-3)

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                    #10
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                    Subhan Allah so many!

                    :jkk: soo much!
                    :love::lailah::love:


                    ~*~ Never give up making du3a to Allah (s.w.t) ~*~

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                      Wa Iyakkum!

                      Plenty more to come bi'idhnillah.

                      ahaneefah

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                        Arabic for Kids - Let us Learn from Hadith

                        My Colouring Book 1

                        This book practises these words: Arrow, necklace, bowl, bed, honey, drink, grapes, house, curtain, shoe, boat, roof, ring, ring, treasure, soup and town.

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                        My Colouring Book 2

                        This book practises these words: Rope, perfume, stones, key, rain, wooden peg, gold, supper, half, flag, wood, bones, cloak, road, food and vessel.

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                        My Colouring Book 3

                        This book practises these words: Battle, spear, quiver, sword, cave, musical instrument, tambourine, wing, pillars, mountains, leather bag, seashore, meat, shoelace, jug and tin.

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                        My Colouring Book 4

                        This book practises these words: Tent, egg, bandage, scrolls, turban, pearls, wind, tree, well, bucket, weapons, milk, stick, fingernail, dust and straw.

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                        My Colouring Book 5

                        This book practises these words: Basket, rock, knife, clouds, break, thumb, wall, moon, smoke, corner, cucumber, dates, bread, big tray, dining table and water skin.

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                        My Colouring Book 6

                        This book practises these words: Garment, shirt, earring, bangle, rein, chair, piece of gold, voice, mouth, village, drought, Iron (metal), booty, mud, forest and the Hebrew language.

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                        My Colouring Book 7

                        This book practises these words: Whip, (money) bag, night, sun, journey, thirst, grass, river, raisins, silver, cushion, ear, trouser, brick, eye an fort.

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                          :up: masha Allah @ the kids stuff, i never seen those ones b4
                          :jkk:
                          .: Rufaida :.
                          .:Fa Firroo Ila-llaah:.
                          http://s61.photobucket.com/albums/h6...th_Silence.jpg
                          “People praise you for what they suppose is in you,
                          but you must blame your soul for what you know is in you.”
                          ~ Ibn Atallah

                          Ramadan Activities for Children
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                            Assalamu Alaykum

                            Wa Iyyakum Anna.

                            Here are dvds of arabic lessons, going through the Madinah Book Series.

                            To save them, right hand click on link and click on save as.

                            Enjoy!

                            Madinah Book 1:

                            DVD 01: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 02: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 03: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 04: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 05: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 06: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 07: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 08: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 09: Part A | Part B

                            Madinah Book 2:

                            DVD 01: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 02: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 03: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 04: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 05: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 06: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 07: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 08: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 09: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 10: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 11: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 12: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 13: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 14: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 15: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 16: Part A | Part B

                            Madinah Book 3:

                            DVD 01: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 02: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 03: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 04: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 05: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 06: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 07: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 08: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 09: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 10: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 11: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 12: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 13: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 14: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 15: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 16: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 17: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 18: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 19: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 20: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 21: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 22: Part A | Part B
                            DVD 23: Part A | Part B

                            May Allah give us better and strong understanding of His Book, Ameen.

                            Assalamu Alaykum

                            ahaneefah

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                              Al-Arabiyatu Bayna Yadayk



                              This series is designed for the non-Arab speaking, senior level student. With a collection of audiotapes and MP3 CD it helps the student learn Arabic through listening and conversation along with reading and writing. The series stresses communication and also offers glimpses into the Arabic culture, both Islamic and national. Divided into 3 grades, it contains textbooks and workbooks combined in one book. The entire series can be taught intensively in 300 classes (averaging 45 minutes one class,) 100 classes for each grade. If the program is not intensive, it can be taught within a three-year period.

                              PDF:
                              Book 1 | Book 2 | Book 3

                              Audios:
                              CD 1 | CD 2 | CD 3

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