Frequently asked questions about this course
Experts advise learning Arabic to start from the age of 4 to 12, especially In countries that do not speak Arabic. We advise parents to teach young Muslim children Arabic as easily as possible to make them able to read and understand Quran and maintain their Islamic traditions.
Start with letters and sounds. Fun & Easy matching activities will make it easier for kids to read words and build their vocabulary knowledge. Remember to utilize listening activities.
Yes, Of course. This is the most convenient method nowadays for most parents. Online
Modern Standard Arabic is very similar to classical (or Quranic) Arabic. In fact, many Arabs use them interchangeably. Overall, the two types of Arabic are very similar. Modern Standard Arabic uses new, modern words and phrases that didn’t exist back when the Quran was written.
At first glance standard Arabic might be difficult for many people but with some patience, you will find it very easy to grasp. knowing the basic grammar and common words of the Arabic language will take you so far in understanding most topics.
Let your child start his/her journey of learning Arabic the right way. Help them learn standard Arabic so they can understand Quran and Islam.
May Allay ( SWT) bless us all with knowledge and wisdom.