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« on: May 08, 2009 05:09 AM »

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I looked at the information provided by some sites, and thought of bringing some together, and extending some. So here is one pdf file that combines all the verbs in units 01-10 on the site

which is based on the list in

and another pdf file that I am developing by extending a file downloaded from the second site. It is still under development, but I thought I would share it for those who may find it useful. Insha`Allah I will post the completed file when I am able to do so.
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« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2009 06:09 AM »


jazakum allahu khairan.  that is very nice.

have you seen william thackston's "introduction to koranic arabic" and its solutions manual?

unfortunately i have never found a scanned version on the internet.  however, it is available on amazon.

its a really good book.  it was the course text of thackson's freshman quranic arabic course at harvard.  it uses ayat and hadith as arabic examples and the exercise are usually from the quran or hadith, and all the vocab lessons are from the quran.

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