Quranic Arabic Course

Do you ever wish you could gain a whole lot more from reading the Quran? Struggling to find the time to make your wish come true. Our Arabic courses were designed to do exactly that. 

The Courses ran from 27th December 2011 to 2nd January 2012 at Markfield Conference Centre, Ratby Lane, Markfield, Leicestershire LE67 9SY.

We designed the Quranic Arabic Course at four different levels. 

Quranic Arabic – Level 1: Learn to read and write Quranic Arabic Text       

Level 1 was designed for students with no or little exposure to the Quranic Arabic Script. Designed as a 30hr intensive course it sought to equip the students with all the basic skills required to read the Quran with Tajweed and write the Arabic script from dictation.

Quranic Arabic – Level 2: Learn the Fundamentals of Arabic Grammar and Vocabulary     

Level 2 was specifically designed for students who have completed level 1 but who have little or no previous knowledge of the Arabic language. Its aim was to enable students to develop a basic vocabulary as well as a grasp of fundamental grammatical structures utilizing frequently occurring Quranic words so they are capable of understanding and communicating in both spoken and written Arabic.

Quranic Arabic – Level 3: Learn the intermediates of Quranic Arabic Language    

Level 3 was specifically designed for students who have completed level 2. Its aim was to further consolidate a basic vocabulary as well as a grasp of fundamental grammatical structures utilizing frequently occurring Quranic words so the student is capable of understanding and communicating in both spoken and written Arabic.

Quranic Arabic – Level 4: Advanced studies in Quranic Grammar, Reading classical Arabic Text without tashkeel      

Level 4 was designed for students who have completed level 3. Its aim was further consolidation of fundamental grammatical structures utilizing frequently occurring Quranic words so that the student is capable of understanding and communicating in both spoken and written Arabic. Specialist unvoweled texts were introduced to develop the skill of translation from Arabic into English and from English into Arabic.

Feedback was good from participants and the team are now considering the options for future similar programmes and how they can link to our ever popular Summer Courses which have been organised for more than ten years.

More information to follow.