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« on: Mar 09, 2009 07:41 AM »

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So I attended the short intensive course. It covered a lot of topics, and I need to refresh and read up many time, not least because I had deliberately slowed my brain down.

It is true that having as mother-tongue a script close to Arabic was a help. Many words are common, even if the meanings are at times different. The pronunciation is different for some letters. Yet this was an amazing experience.

Here is a sample page from the Quran. Revising the lessons will ensure that I know the words (and derivatives) in red. Actually, there are many more words (shown in black) that I know from Urdu. So it has been beneficial.

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