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Key to Quranic Arabic [Bradford]

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Course Date:

Start date:  Sunday, 21st August 2016

End date:  Sunday, 18th June 2017

7:15pm-9:15pm

Course Venue:

Field House Education Centre, Bradford Royal Infirmary

Duckworth Lane, Bradford, BD9 6RJ

Course Teachers:

Shaykh Abu Tahir Abd al-Razzaq

Enrolment:

Key to Quranic Arabic [Bradford] @ £295.00

* Learn the essentials of Arabic to understand and translate the words of the Qur’an in only 40 weeks and gain an appreciation of its language

* Go from an absolute beginner to the level of understanding and translating the Qur’an independently into the English Language

* Weekly 2-hour class live with an experienced and highly qualified tutor

* A well equipped and modern learning environment

* Course textbook consisting of 30 lessons written specifically for this course

* Weekly exercises and translation texts based solely on Qur’anic verses

* Weekly homework drills with answer-keys to re-inforce key concepts

* Regular tests to check and asses understanding

* On-line forum to ask questions in between classes

* Access all class recordings and course resources in one convenient student area of our website

Students will not be turned away due to lack of funds | Fess can also be paid in instalments  

Email info@abuzahra.org for details

Week 1.  Lesson 1 –

  • The difference between a noun (ism), verb (fiʿl) and preposition (ḥarf) in both English and Arabic
  • Declinable (muʿrab) and indeclinable (mabnī) nouns
  • The difference between a nominative sentence (jumlah ismiyyah) and a verbal sentence (jumlah fiʿliyyah)
  • The components of a nominative sentence (jumlah ismiyyah) and verbal sentence (jumlah fiʿliyyah)

Week 2. Lesson 2 –

  • Demonstrative pronouns (ism al-ishārah)
  • The nominative state (rafʿ)
  • Basic questions: is/are/what/who

Week 3. Lesson 3 –

  • The definite article (adāh at-taʿrīf)
  • The sun (urūf shamsiyyah) and moon letters (urūf qamariyyah)
  • The difference in meaning when a demonstrative pronoun is followed by a definite article or not
  • The difference between predicates (khabar) and adjectives (naʿt)

 Week 4. Lesson 4 –

  • The rule of the preposition (ḥarf al-jarr)
  • The genitive case (al-jarr)
  • The meeting of two sukūns

Week 5. Lesson 5 – 18th September 2016

  • The feminine (al-muʾannath)
  • Gender agreement

Week 6. Lesson 5 –

  • Independent pronouns (aḍ-ḍamīr al-munfaṣil)
  • Asking where? and where are you from?
  • The difference between and mādha

Week 7. Lesson 6 –

  • Revision of lessons 1-5
  • Annexation (al-iḍāfah)
  • The attached pronoun (aḍ-ḍamīr al-muttaṣil)

Week 8. Lesson 7 –

  • The verbal sentence (jumlah fiʿliyyah)
  • The perfect voice (ḍī)
  • Conjugation of the perfect voice (ḍī)
  • Negating the perfect voice (ḍī)
  • Attached pronouns with perfect voice (ḍī)

Week 9.  Lesson 8 –

  • Expressing possession
  • The relative pronoun (ism al-mawṣūl)
  • Indirect sentences

Week 10. Lesson 9 –

  • The plural (jamʿ)
  • Agreement
  • Plural demonstrative pronouns (ism al-ishārah)
  • Plurals of pronouns (ḍamīr)
  • Plurals of relative pronouns (ism al-mawṣūl)

Week 11. Lesson 10 –

  • Masculine sound plural (jamʿ al-mudhakkar as-sālim)
  • Feminine sound plural (jamʿ al-muʾannath as-sālim)
  • Non-human plurals
  • Adjective agreement with non-human plurals
  • Broken plurals (jamʿ at-taksīr)
  • Plurals of verbs (fiʿl)
  • Word Order in a Verbal Sentence

Week 12. Lesson 11 –

  • Revision of Lessons 6-10
  • Dual (muthannā)
  • Five special nouns (al-asmāʾ al-khamsah)
  • Diptotes (al-mamnūʿ min aṣ-ṣarf)
  • Question with the noun ayyu

Week 13. Lesson 11 –

  • Dual (muthannā)
  • Five special nouns (al-asmāʾ al-khamsah)
  • Diptotes (al-mamnūʿ min aṣ-ṣarf)
  • Question with the noun ayyu

Week 14.  Lesson 12 –

  • The imperfect voice (muḍāriʿ)
  • Negation of the imperfect voice (muḍāriʿ)
  • The imperfect voice in the future (mustaqbal)
  • Usage of the dictionary (muʿjam/qāmūs)
  • Negating the future
  • Negating the imperfect voice (muḍāriʿ) in the past

Week 15. Lesson 13 –

  • The imperfect voice (muḍāriʿ)
  • Negation of the imperfect voice (muḍāriʿ)
  • The imperfect voice in the future (mustaqbal)
  • Usage of the dictionary (muʿjam/qāmūs)
  • Negating the future

Week 16. Lesson 13 –

  • The Imperative (amr)
  • Negating the Imperative (nahī)

Week 17. Lesson 14 –

  • Verbal Noun (maṣdar)
  • The Verb arāda
  • The Particle An
  • The Particle liʾ/kay/likay

Week 18. Lesson 15 –

  • Particle Inna
  • Particle Inna and its effect on reversed sentences
  • Nouns with final yāʾ
  • Affiliation (nisbah)

Week 19. Lesson 15 –

  • Anna
  • The difference between inna and anna
  • Walākin/laʿlla/liʾanna

Week 20. Lesson 16 –

  • Laysa
  • Kāna

Week 21. Lesson 17 –

  • Revision of Lessons 11-15
  • Elative (ism al-tafḍīl)

Week 22. Lesson 18 –

  • Specification (Tamyīz)
  • Colours

Week 23. Lesson 19 –

  • Weak Verbs (fiʿl muʿtall)
  • Verb with an initial weak letter (mithāl)

Week 24. Lesson 20 –

  • The Hamzah Verb (Mahmūz) 

Week 25. Lesson 21 –

  • The Hollow Verb (ajwaf)

Week 26. Lesson 21 –

  • Revision of Lesson 16-20
  • The Hollow Verb (ajwaf)

Week 27. Lesson 22 –

  • Verb with final weak letter (nāqis)

Week 28. Lesson 22 –

  • Verb with final weak letter (nāqis)

Week 29. Lesson 23 – 

  • Geminate verb (muḍaʿʿaf)
  • Double weak verb (lafīf)

Week 30. Lesson 24 –

  • Form II

Week 31. Lesson 24 –

  • Form II

Week 32. Lesson 25 –

  • Form III and VI

Week 33. Lesson 26 –

  • Form IV

Week 34. Lesson 26 –

  • Revision of Lessons 21-25
  • Form IV

Week 35. Lesson 27 –

  • Form V

Week 36. Lesson 27 –

  • Form V

Week 37. Lesson 28 –

  • Form VII and IX

Week 38. Lesson 29 –

  • Form VIII

Week 39. Lesson 29 –

  • Form X

Week 40. Lesson 30 –

  • Final Exam

This is a course focused on reading and translating the Quran. So the only requirement is that you are able to read the Quran, not necessarily with Tajwid. Being able to write the Arabic script is also not necessary.

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