// Learning Qur'anic Vocabulary
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« on: Mar 01, 2009 09:23 AM »

Another site for learning Qur'anic Vocabulary [still not finished]

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« Reply #1 on: Mar 01, 2009 10:53 PM »

Subhanna Allah... this is great...especially for idiots like me because the reciter reads slowly and i can follow!!!

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« Reply #2 on: Mar 02, 2009 12:56 AM »


I think this is a great resource to help us understand further.

In addition, this however, shouldn't be exhaustive. I find that using this faciliates a lot in terms of vocabulary, alhamdulillah. Though, it would still be difficult to decipher and understand  many ayat due to how sentences are constructed and how words are conjugated etc. It should be part of a bigger package to learn Arabic itself.

I find that understanding the Qur'an is multiplied many times, alhamdulillah, when Arabic Grammar is studied as well. I think its something that's worth investing in.


« Reply #3 on: Mar 03, 2009 02:24 PM »

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Yes this is a good site, and it is actually a sort of revision and test for:


I agree that grammar is important, and the site I have given above teaches it in a novel and simple way. I learnt a great deal by their short course, and then I studied the Basic course on my own. It is just my age and lack of commitment that has thrown me back to square one, but the method is very good indeed.

Another method is by using alaamaat - identifiers: using 3 colors, but it is presently only in Urdu:


and of course, one now given by our new sister ashg1989 is good, too: It also uses three colors.


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