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We will have 3 sections dedicated to building upon a comprehensive understanding of the Arabic Language. Correct pronunciation, writing, reading, speaking and understanding of the Arabic Language are our goals. Each class will span 40 minutes in length with 20 minutes of instruction and 20 minutes for hands-on and questions. We will begin classes on Zoom and eventually transition completely to the classroom when it is safe to do so. Arabic is the main subject that connects the believer to the Qur’an. As a result it improves their religious lives. Although, Arabic it is meant to be taught and learned face to face, we will try our very best to teacn and learn all lessons virtually. But we must work hard!


Course Offerings include

  • Introduction to Arabic (12 weeks)

  • Intermediate Arabic (12 weeks) 

  • Al-Ajrumiyya part 1 Arabic Grammar (12 weeks)


9:00am-9:40am: The Introduction to Arabic Language is for the new aspiring student with little to no prior instruction. These next 12 weeks we will emphasize correct pronunciation of the letters as this is the very foundation of Arabic.

10:00am-10:40am: The Intermediate Section for those who has finished the first section or its equilevent. We will take what we have learned and  build. Our primary source will be the Madinah Book Series Vol.1-3 with supplemental materials including sarf, grammar and much more.

11:00am-11:40am: Al-Ajrumiyya is a well-known book of Arabic Grammar which includes a solid introduction to the study of grammar. Although, this is not the end with the study of grammar, it definitely a solid beginning. It is quoted about this book “If you study this book and learn it completely you would have learned enough to get you started”. It is meant for the experienced students of Arabic, those that can read, write, understand the Language on a minimal level. In this class we will go over all of the main categories of grammar while using the Qur’an, Hadith, Stories, Poetry, etc. to gain a clearer picture of how the language works.