Learning Arabic

Learning Arabic

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    Dua card in Arabic and French

    1.00

    Dua from the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

    Entering and Exiting the Toilet

    Before and After Eating / Drinking etc.

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    Arabic Alphabet Floor Puzzle

    11.99

    While joining together various pieces to discover a bigger picture of all the 28 Arabic letters, your child develops concentration and coordination skills. Your child will also learn about the sequence in which the Arabic Alphabet comes and words starting from these letters in English and Arabic. Children can also play search and find games while joining together the pieces and learning a lot of new Arabic words. 20 extra-thick cardboard pieces to piece together to explore about the space Beautiful and child-friendly artwork Easy-Clean surface keeps puzzle looking new Promotes hand-eye coordination and problem-solving skills 28 by 44 cm in rectangular shape after assembled

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    My First Arabic Game

    16.99

    My First Arabic Game

    * 10 Ways to Play * Learn Arabic Writing * Recognize Arabic Alphabet
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    Arabic Course for English Speaking Students: Vol 1

    12.99

    A comprehensive and popular course for the teaching of the Qur’anic and Traditional Arabic, originally devised and taught at the renowned Madinah Islamic University, catering for the non-Arabic speaking students from all over the world.

    Over the years, this course has enabled students to become competent in their use of the Arabic language and to participate and benefit from scholarly pursuits such as Qur’anic exegeses, hadith, fiqh, sirah, history, and classical and modern Arabic literature.

    Learning classical Arabic effectively could not be more easier than this course of Madinah Islamic University. A tried and tested course over 40 years with a proven track record of success, it is ideal in terms of the topics covered and short time taken to learn. It is suitable for schools and colleges in the UK and other Western English speaking countries.

    Whilst there are now several courses available on the market for the teaching of the Arabic language, the unique features of this particular one are:

    It is very concise, consisting of only three books, all of which are short but extensive in their coverage.

    It combines modern Arabic vocabulary with Islamic terminology as used in the Qur’an and Sunnah.

    It covers all the essential Arabic grammatical rules in such a way that the student is spared the monotonous task of memorising them.

    The author presents Arabic as a living and vibrant language and takes examples from Arabic in everyday use, as also from the Qur’an and Sunnah, so that as the student learns the languages, he also acquires an understanding of hundreds of Qur’anic verses, ahadith, Arabic parables and poetry. This allows the student to become directly involved in the study of the Qu’ran and Sunnah while also acquiring a sound understanding of the Arabic language.

    About The Author

    Dr Abdur Rahim: An outstanding Scholar of Arabic Language and Literature, deeply learned in the Glorious Qur’an and Sunnah.

    Dr Abdur Rahim was born in the small town of Vaniyambadi in the state of Tamil Nadu, India in 1933. After finishing his secondary school studies, he joined Presidency College, University of Madras where he majored in English Language and Literature. He graduated in 1957. In 1964, he joined Al-Azhar University, Cairo, where he did his M.Phil. and PhD in Arabic Philology.

    It is to be noted that Abdur Rahim learnt Arabic by himself.

    In 1969, he joined the Islamic University of Madinah to teach Arabic Philology. Here, he was also associated with the Programme of teaching Arabic as a foreign language.

    The course he designed for this purpose is now known as دروسُ اللغةِ العربيةِ لـغير الناطقين بـها Durus al-Lughah al-‘Arabiyyah li-Ghair al-Natiqina Biha. (Now these books are popularly known throughout the world as “MADINAH BOOKS”).

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    Arabic Letters Activity Book

    14.00

    This book will help get your child to LOVE learning to read the Quran

    • Is your child making slow progress through their Qaida?
    • Are they bored and frustrated in their lessons?
    • Do you find it hard to spare the time they need revising at home?

    If so, you’re probably worried this experience will associate bad memories with their Quran learning, which might even lead to them not reciting the Quran often when they are older, and then they’ll miss out on so much reward in this world and the hereafter, leaving you to feel frustrated, sad and regretful.

    You need a way to get your children excited about learning the Quran, speed up their learning progress exponentially, all from the comfort of your home, without needing to spend time teaching them.

    That will help them in making fun memories with learning the Quran, which will ensure they’ll recite it throughout their lives and benefit from the treasures of peace and guidance the Quran provides. And with that, you’ll feel at ease, happy and fulfilled with no regrets.

    What you’re looking for is something like the Arabic Alphabet Activity Book. At Learning Roots, we’ve been designing such solutions for children for over a decade.

    The Arabic Alphabet Activity Book makes learning fun through:

    • mazes
    • stickers
    • puzzles
    • spot the difference
    • matching games
    • sequence games
    • and so much more!

    All that fun gets your child super excited about the Arabic Letters, so they’ll love learning and look forward to lessons.

    The activity book covers letters in all their forms. Letters are the foundation blocks of words, so this makes the rest of their progress easier and faster, removing your frustration and building momentum in your child’s learning.

    Best yet, most of the activities are self-explanatory, so your kids can get stuck in the book, needing little supervision from you, leaving you stress-free with great results.

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    Gateway To Arabic Full Set Books 1 – 7 Dr Imran Hamza Alawiye

    49.00

    Book 1

    With its wealth of practise materials, Gateway to Arabic Book One teaches the skills necessary for reading and writing the language.

    • Recognition of Arabic letters in their isolate form
    • Formulation of letters in their written isolate form, with clear arrows to indicate the correct writing direction
    • The three short vowels: fatha, kasra and damma
    • The recognition and formulation of letters in their joined forms
    • Nunation (al-tanween)
    • The three long vowels (al-madd)
    • Al-sukun
    • Al-shadda
    • The sun and moon letters (al-huruf al-shamsiyyah wa’l-qamariyyah), and their associated rules
    • Al-alif al-maqsura
    • Al-hamza

    Book 2

    Gateway to Arabic Book Two builds on the basic reading and writing skills acquired in Book One (Starter Book). With a vocabulary of over 350 words and easy-to-follow explanations, supported by 250 illustrations, Book Two provides learners with a basic knowledge of Arabic grammar, enabling them to take their first steps in understanding and using non-verbal sentences.

    • Gender of nouns and agreement of adjectives
    • Asking and answering simple questions
    • Use of the definite article
    • Some prepositions and conjunctions
    • Use of singular personal and attached pronouns
    • The dual forms of nouns and adjectives
    • Sound and broken plural nouns and adjectives
    • Singular, dual and plural demonstrative pronouns
    • Numbers from 1 to 10 and associated rules
    • Simple dialogue
    • A broad vocabulary grouped according to subject, including the home, the school, animals, shapes, colours, fruit and vegetables, transport, clothing, parts of the body, the family, occupations and nationalities.
      Book 3
      Offers a step-by-step approach to learning past and present tense verbs, with plenty of opportunity for practice. Each point of grammar is reinforced through sample conversations that offer the student the chance to use the language in a meaningful context and develop confidence in self-expression

      This book covers:

    • Over 60 past and present tense verbs
    • The imperative and negative imperative
    • The nominative, accusative and genitive cases, including the genitive of possession (idafa)
    • Comparative and superlative adjectives
    • Attached and detached pronouns
    • Word roots and word patterns
    • Cardinal numbers from 1 to 19 and ordinal
    • numbers from 1 to 10, and the rules governing their usage
    • Prepositions
    • Dialogue practice
    • A comprehensive listing of the nouns used in the book, together with their plural forms
    • A list of the past tense verbs used in the book, together with their present tense forms

      Book 4

      Gateway to Arabic Book Four focuses on family relationships and life in the home. It builds upon the student’s knowledge of past, present and imperative verbs by introducing some hollow, doubled root letter and ‘hamzated’ verb forms. Each topic is reinforced through the provision of realistic dialogues to enable the student to gain greater confidence and fluency in using Arabic.

      This book covers:

    • Family relationships
    • Home and family life
    • Asking for and giving directions
    • Telling the time
    • Extensive dialogue practice
    • Doubled root letter verbs
    • Hollow verbs
    • Verbs with an initial alif or waw
    • Verbs with a medial or final hamza
    • Interrogative particles
    • Rules governing hamza
    • Cardinal numbers from 20 to 99 and ordinal numbers from 1 to 19 and the rules governing their use.
    • A comprehensive listing of the nouns used in the book, together with their plural forms
    • A list of the past tense of 115 verbs used in the book, together with their present tense forms
      Book 5

      Book Five focuses on air travel, meals and medical matters.
      It builds upon the student’s knowledge of first form verbs by
      introducing various defective forms (verbs containing one or
      more weak root letters). The book also extends the student’s
      understanding of cardinal numbers into the thousands and
      suggests practical applications for their use

      Book 6

      Book Six concentrates on teaching Form Two, Three and Four
      Verbs in a comprehensive manner, covering regular and irregular
      verbs in various moods and tenses. It introduces the subjunctive
      and jussive moods and the particles that govern them. The key
      theme running through the book is the weather and seasons
      and the student will learn to talk about the temperature and
      the climate in various parts of the world at different times of the year.
      As usual, passages of dialogue and extensive exercises
      enable the student to put into practice the knowledge
      he/she has acquire

      Book 7 

      Gateway to Arabic Book Seven adds to the student’s knowledge of the derived forms of Arabic verbs by teaching Forms Five to Ten inclusive, supported by written exercises. The key theme running through the book is overseas travel, and dialogues include dealing with lost luggage at the airport, calling a taxi, booking a hotel room and exchanging money

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    I LOVE MY GRANDFATHER AND MY GRANDMOTHER (ARABIC/ENGLISH)

    6.00

    This bilingual English & Arabic book series teaches children about Allah and the important people in their lives.

    The third book in this Loving Series, I Love My Grandfather and My Grandmother.

    This book develops

    – Arabic word recognition

    – Allah (God) consciousness

    – Connection to the Arabic language

    – An appreciation of what Allah (God) has given us

    Includes a transliteration table to assist non-Arabic readers.

    There are 2 other books in the Loving Series.

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    Let’s pray:Sumaya Salah

    6.50
    Weight 0.10 kg
    Dimensions 29.7 × 21 × 0.4 cm
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    My Mat – The Alphabet Friend by Learning Roots

    5.99
    Language English
    Publisher / Brand Learning Roots
    Author/Artist N/A
    Age Group 2 to 6 yrs
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    My Touch and Feel Alif Baa Taa

    16.99

    This lovely book makes learning Alif-Baa-Taa so much fun, that your child will not only remember the letters but will have a wonderful time doing so.

    Here’s how:

    • The book uses a range of touch-and-feel materials giving your little one sensory experience.
    • Each letter has been paired with an everyday Islamic or Arabic words like ‘Allah’ and ‘Zamzam’ so your child can build an early association with key Muslim phrases.
    • Every page is illustrated with adorable pictures that will delight your baby’s eyes.
    • The book is hardback and its pages are made from thick card, making them durable against the tugs and tears of baby hands.

    My Touch and Feel Alif Baa Taa by Learning Roots is the world’s first touchy-feely Islamic book produced in the English language for Muslim parents.

    Cover Hardback
    Publisher Learning Roots
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    Qaida Noorania A4 with QR Code

    8.50

    This is a simple yet well-designed and scientific method of learning how to read the letters and words of the Glorious Qur’aan.

    This book also includes a QR code, directing you to online lessons that will help you learn.

    It is organized in a reasonable order, starting with single letters, combined letters, then the letters at the beginning of the Surahs of the Qur’aan, then vowels, and so on.

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    Tajweed Guide, Preparing For Life and Beyond (Simple)

    5.00

    About The Book

    Tajweed means to recite every letter correctly from its Makhraj, with all its Qualities. Since the Qur’an was revealed with Tajweed, it is compulsory to recite the Qur’an with Tajweed and compulsory to learn it.

    A fascinating book written in colourful simple style, a workbook and course book combined. Each rule is explained in one side in the simplest form with examples, followed by exercises tailored to facilitate pupils towards recognising the rules.

    Allah Ta’ala said, “…and recite the Qur’an in slow, measured rhythmic tones.”

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