Do you know what the primary purpose of learning Arabic is? Most of the Muslims seek to learn Arabic for an improved understanding of the Quran. It is a holy book that is sent by Allah to the last prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) as a code to spend a worthy life for the entire Muslim Ummah till the Day of Judgment. [···]
Have you ever thought of learning Arabic? If yes, then you might have known how difficult it is to learn and understand. Any foreign language speaker would find it difficult to learn Arabic because it has nothing in common with their native language. You might not know how important it is to learn this language. [···]
Why We learn Arabic?
- We learn Arabic to understand the words of Allah (Quran) and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammed ﷺ, and to understand what we say in the prayer. It doesn’t feel nice to hear what the imam recites in prayer without understanding it. How can we be humb? [···]
In the previous lesson, we learn about the Subject pronouns. Unlike the words like I (أنا) or You (أنت) the words like “My” and “Your” doesn’t have a direct word replacement in Arabic. [···]
Every living language borrows words from another language, and the relationship between Arabic and English is no different. In fact, you might be surprised to know that you know a lot of Arabic words already, and they are part of your everyday vocabulary. [···]
Family Relations and ancestors are respected a lot in the Arab World. People remember their lineage for many generations. Middle names of Arabs are usually the name of the father preceded by a “bin” or “ibn” in case of a boy, and “bint” in case of a girl. [···]