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Speak Arabic & Understand the Quran

Learn to Read from alif-baa (3-5 weeks)

Starting from the letters, by the end of the course, the student can read the Quran and any words in Arabic inshaAllah. 

Everyday Arabic Nouns

Not ready to commit to the Year course? Try this is an introductory course that will get you naming things, people and places in Arabic.

Everyday Arabic Verbs

If you are not ready to commit to the Year course, I invite you to take this introductory course on verbs. 

Quran in My Heart

An introduction to Quranic Vocabulary. 

Year 1 Program: Beginner to Intermediate

  • Live Class 1-2 a week
  • Module Course for Independent Study
  • Plentiful Videos, Audios, downloadable work
  • Teachers online checking your homework and supporting you
  • WhatsApp Support Group
  • Private Social Media Support Groups

Year 2 Program

  • Live Class 1-2 a week
  • Module Course for Independent Study
  • Plentiful Videos, Audios, downloadable work
  • Teachers online checking your homework and supporting you
  • WhatsApp Support Group
  • Private Social Media Support Groups

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Reading Sample: My Beautiful Country

A sample from the 'High Beginner's' course.  In this lesson Geography, connected with words in the Quran, lead to writing about your country. 

Listening Sample Exercise

Sample from Listening 2: High Beginners

Listening Comprehension

Circle multiple choice as you listen. Write answers after you listen.

Abdullah's Breakfast (pdf)

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Geography Saudi Arabia

A Sample from my course: Arabic Reading Fluency 2

Reading Comprehension

Geography Saudi Arabia (pdf)

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Hadith Memorization: 3 Live On

                                                               

A sample from the Intermediate course from the Unit "Oh My Children!". 

Listening to Islamic Scholars

A Sample from Intermediate and High Intermediate Level work: 

(press CC for subtitles)


This is one of our goals Dear Sisters and (Brothers silently observing): to understand our religion in the language it was revealed.