Book 2 Concepts · Verbs

Introduction to Mudaria (Present and Future Tense Verb)

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Book 2 Concepts · Inna

Comparision of Inna اِنَّ with Laisa ليْسَ & Kaana كَانَ

Video : LQToronto Clip extracted from Book 2 – DVD 02 / A3 – 38:13 to 44:49

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English Key for Madinah Arabic Book 2 – Dr. V.AbdurRaheem

Download the full Book – English Key for Madinah Arabic Book 2  PDF Courtesy of Institute of Language of the Qur’an We have extracted the individual chapters from the above PDF Madinah Arabic Book 2 Key – Lesson 01 Madinah Arabic Book 2 Key – Lesson 02 Madinah Arabic Book 2 Key – Lesson 03 Madinah… Continue reading English Key for Madinah Arabic Book 2 – Dr. V.AbdurRaheem

Book 2 Concepts · Inna · Video

Emphatic Laam ل

Video Courtesy: LQToronto, Book 2 – DVD 02 /A1 – 4:40 till 19:03 Source for the above images : LQToronto Handouts – Book 2 Ladder slider game of إِنَّ   and ل  (Seq # 66) Consider the following statement. اَلْمَاءُ بَارِدٌ Its meaning is “The water is cold”. Let us emphasize it first with لامُ الإبْتِداء… Continue reading Emphatic Laam ل

Book 1 Concepts · Numbers

Arabic Numbers 1 to 10

Book 2 Concepts · Numbers

Arabic Numbers : 100 (Mia) &1000 (Alf)

Source for above : Madina Grammar Notes 2 – Page 9 Source for above : Book 2 – Grammar Book Video Source: LQToronto ,Book 2 – DVDs –  DVD 02/A1  – 30:16 to 38:25 The below exercise (Chap 01-Exercise 12) was discussed in the above video

Book 2 Concepts · Inna

Inna إنَّ – Particle of Emphasis and Accusative Case (حَرْفُ تَوْكيدٍ وَ نَصْبٍ)

Source for above: Dr. V.AbdurRahim’s Madina Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 01 Video Courtesy : LQToronto – Book 2 – DVD 01/A1 – 4:10 to 42:16 إِنَّ  , the particle of emphasis and Nasbin (Seq # 64) Consider the following sentence. اَلْمَاءُ بَارِدٌ Its meaning is “The water is cold”. The grammatical analysis of the… Continue reading Inna إنَّ – Particle of Emphasis and Accusative Case (حَرْفُ تَوْكيدٍ وَ نَصْبٍ)

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ARIC Notes for Madina Arabic Book 3

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ARIC Notes for Madina Arabic Book 2

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ARIC Notes for Madina Arabic Book 1

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Madina Arabic – Text Book 2 – Chapters

Download Madina Arabic – Text Book 2 Madina-Book-2-Arabic-Text [PDF] Courtesy of Institute of Language of the Qur’an We have extracted the individual chapters extracted from above PDF Individual Chapters Lesson 01 | Lesson 02 | Lesson 03 | Lesson 04 | Lesson 05 Lesson 06 | Lesson 07 | Lesson 08 | Lesson 09 | Lesson 10 Lesson 11 | Lesson 12 | Lesson 13 | Lesson 14 | Lesson 15 Lesson 16 | Lesson 17 | Lesson 18 | Lesson 19 | Lesson 20 Lesson 21 | Lesson 22 | Lesson 23 | Lesson 24 | Lesson… Continue reading Madina Arabic – Text Book 2 – Chapters

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Madina Books Glossary : Arabic – English Dictionary – Dr. V. Abdur Rahim

A ready reckoner for the students who learn Arabic language using the book Durus-al-lughah al- Arabiyyah Download : Madina Books – Glossary – (120 pages – 43.6 MB)

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Madina Arabic DVDs for Book 2

Book 2 DVD 01 Part A1 Part B1 Part B2 Part B3 DVD 02 Part A1 Part A2 Part A3 Part B1 Part B2 Part B3 DVD 03 Part A1 Part A2 Part A3 Part B1 Part B2 Part B3 DVD 04 Part A1 Part A2 Part A3 Part B1 Part B2 Part B3 DVD… Continue reading Madina Arabic DVDs for Book 2

After Madina Arabic · Qur'an Analysis

Suurah al-Hujuraat with Lexical & Grammatical Notes – Dr. V. AbdurRahim

‘Surah al-Hujuraat – With Lexical & Grammatical Notes’ is an advanced Qur’anic Arabic Course prepared for the graduates of the Madinah Arabic Course, or students who have attained proficiency in Arabic equivalent to it. Research and experience in the field of language teaching point to the importance of using living texts of a language to… Continue reading Suurah al-Hujuraat with Lexical & Grammatical Notes – Dr. V. AbdurRahim

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At-Tibyan – The Easy way to Qur’anic Reading – Dr. V. AbdurRahim

This book “At-Tibyan” presents a scientific method to learn to read the Glorious Quran. The method of teaching in this book becomes a pleasure and learning time is considerably reduced. The audio will help the reader to understand the pronunciation of the Arabic alphabets. At-Tibyaan: Easy Way to Qur’aanic Reading (book, CD and chart): 65 short… Continue reading At-Tibyan – The Easy way to Qur’anic Reading – Dr. V. AbdurRahim

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Nuur-un ‘alaa Nuur : Suurat al-Nuur Aayaat 35-46 – Lexical & Grammatical Notes

نــــور على نـــور Nuur-un “alaa Nuur : Suurat al-Nuur Aayaat 35-46 – With Lexical & Grammatical Notes Arabic-English A profound Qur’aanic selection whose aayaat speak of Allaah’s Greatness, Majesty and Divinity, promise and encourage believers towards greater iimaan and strike parables of unbelief with profound meanings. Shaykh Dr. V. Abdur Rahim provides: extensive lexical & grammatical notes; exegetical notes from the classical works… Continue reading Nuur-un ‘alaa Nuur : Suurat al-Nuur Aayaat 35-46 – Lexical & Grammatical Notes

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Book 1 – Chapter 01 – Vocabulary

This – هَـٰذَا House – بَيْتٌ  Door – بَابٌ Mosque – مَسْجِدٌ Book – كِتَابٌ Key – مِفْتَاحٌ Chair – كُرْسِىٌّ Pen – قَلَمٌ Bed – سَرِيرٌ Desk – مَكْتَبٌ What is this? – مَا هَـٰذَا؟ Shirt – قَمِيصٌ No – لا Yes – نَعَمْ Star – نَجْمٌ Who is this? – مَنْ هَـٰذَا؟ Doctor – طَبِيبٌ Boy – وَلَدٌ Student – طَالِبٌ Man – رَجُلٌ Merchant – تَاجِرٌ Dog – كَلْبٌ Cat – قِطٌّ Donkey – حِمَارٌ Horse… Continue reading Book 1 – Chapter 01 – Vocabulary

Duals & Plurals · Learn Arabic

Book 1 – Broken Plurals to Memorize

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Book 1 – Simple Grammatical Analysis of Sentences

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Al-Binaa & Mabni

Concept of Mabni (Seq # 35) In the Arabic language, nouns are declinable. It means that, they have مَرْفُوع , مَنْصُوب , مَجْرور cases with different forms. Some nouns are indeclinable. This means that they don’t change their form (Wherever you find them, they will be same) for مَرْفُوع , مَنْصُوب , مَجْرور cases .… Continue reading Al-Binaa & Mabni

Noun Endings · Nouns

Al-I’raab – Case Endings of Arabic Nouns

Source for the above : Book 1 – Handouts (The institute of the Language of the Qur’an) Source for above : Book 1 – Grammar Book

Phrase

Phrase (Shibhu Jumlah)

Difference between a Sentence (جُــمْــلَــةٌ) and a phrase (شِــبْــهُ جُــمْــلَــةٍ) (Seq # 51) A sentence is a group of words that provides a complete meaning and sense. Example: أنا بَشَرٌ مِثْلُكُم. (I am a human like you) The above group of words provides a complete meaning. A phrase is a group of words that does… Continue reading Phrase (Shibhu Jumlah)

Nouns

Indefinite and Definite Nouns

Source for above : ARIC Arabic Class Notes – Book 1 Tanveen (Seq # 1) The tanveen is a symbol that comes on the ending letters of Arabic nouns. Tanveen can be double Dhammah (ــٌ), or double Fatah (ــً) or double Kathrah (ــٍ). Consider a letter ب. Tanveen on this letter can take the form:… Continue reading Indefinite and Definite Nouns

Badal

Substitute (Badal)

Source for above : ARIC Arabic Class Notes – Book 1 Source for the above: Image extracted from the book : Book 1 – Grammar Book Difference between “This book” and “This is a book” (Seq # 60) Let us understand it as below. If somebody says in English “this” then it does not convey you… Continue reading Substitute (Badal)

Verbs

Past Tense Verb – It’s Anatomy and Conjugation

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Duals & Plurals · Video

Madinah Arabic Book 1 – Chapter15 [Video Lesson]

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Adjectives · Duals & Plurals · Mudaaf - Mudaaif ilaihi · Qur'an Analysis

Grammatical Analysis of “Alhamdulillahi Rabbil Aalameen..”

Grammatical Analysis of ٱلۡحَمۡدُ لِلَّهِ رَبِّ ٱلۡعَـٰلَمِينَ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ مَـٰلِكِ يَوۡمِ ٱلدِّينِ

Interrogative particles · Learn Arabic · Particle (Harf)

Interrogative particle مَــا

Interrogative particle مَــا (Seq # 73) The particleمَــا  has many uses depending on the context. One of uses of مَــا is to ask a question. It’s literal translated word in the English language is “What”. Example is shown below… What is your name ? مَــا اِسْــمُــكَ ؟ What is this ? مَــا هَــذا ؟ When… Continue reading Interrogative particle مَــا

Plurals

Arabic Plurals

Introduction to Arabic Plurals (Seq # 41) Arabic plurals are categorized mainly into two categories, Regular plurals and Broken plurals. Regular plurals are further divided into Sound Masculine Plurals and Sound Feminine Plurals. Regular Plurals will have regular forms (Masculine==> ون , ين) and (Feminine ==> ات) in the end of the words. Keep this… Continue reading Arabic Plurals

Duals & Plurals

Duals

Duals (Seq # 46) In the Arabic language, Duals also have special pattern. مَرْفُوعٌ case has ان  as ending. مَــنْــصُــوْبٌ and مَجْرُورٌ have يْن (aiyn) as ending. See below table. S.no Singular مَرْفُوعٌ مَــنْــصُــوْبٌ مَجْرُورٌ 1 مُسْلِمٌ مُسْلِمَانِ مُسْلِمَيْنِ مُسْلِمَيْنِ 2 رَجُلٌ رَجُلَانِ رَجُلَيْنِ رَجُلَيْنِ 3 يَتِيْمٌ يَتِيْمَانِ يَتِيْمَيْنِ يَتِيْمَيْنِ Exercises State TRUE or FALSE: The… Continue reading Duals

Mudaaf - Mudaaif ilaihi

Mudaaf (Possessed) and Mudaaf ilaihi (Possessor)

Examples of Muzaaf Muzaaf iliahi (Seq # 23) Find below few more examples of Muzaaf Muzaaf ilaihi for better understanding. People of the paradise أَصْحابُ الجَنَّةِ People of the fire أَصْحابُ النَّارِ People of the elephant أَصْحابُ الفِيلِ Help of Allah نَصْرُ اللهِ Slave of Allah عَبْدُ اللهِ Mercy of Allah رَحْمَةُ اللهِ House of… Continue reading Mudaaf (Possessed) and Mudaaf ilaihi (Possessor)

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Which (أَيُّ)

Which (أَيُّ) (Seq # 71) The word أَيُّ is always Muzaaf. The noun following it will be Muzaaf ilaihi. Example: Which companion entered the cave ? أَيُّ صَــاحِــبٍ دَخَــلَ الْكَــهْــفَ ؟ The أَيُّ declines as أَيُّ (مَــرْفُــوْعٌ), أَيَّ (مَــنْــصُــوْبٌ) and أَيِّ (مَــجْــرُوْرٌ). Attached pronouns can also present with أَيُّ as shown in the below example.… Continue reading Which (أَيُّ)

Adverb

Adverbs

Adverb (A word that gives additional information about how, when or where an action takes place, e.g. He walked slowly, They will arrive tomorrow) Adverbs (Seq # 28) In the Arabic language adverbs are also categorized as nouns. There are two kinds of adverb namely adverb of time and adverb of place. Example of adverb of… Continue reading Adverbs

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Madinah Arabic Book1: Chapter 14: Part 02 [Naat & Man’oot]

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Pronouns

Attached Pronouns and Detached Pronouns

Nominal Sentence

Early Predicate (Khabar) and Late Subject (Mubtada)

Nominal Sentence

Simple grammatical analysis of nominal arabic statements

Simple grammatical analysis of arabic statements (Seq # 60A) Let us try to do some grammatical analysis with the below vocabulary. هَــذَا (this), كِــتَــابٌ (book), حَــامِــدٌ (Haamid), عَــلَى (on), جِــدَارٌ (wall), تَــحْــتَ (under). Let us demonstrate the book by using a demonstrative pronoun. Arabic statement: هَـذَا كِــتَــابٌ English translation: This is a book. Grammatical Analysis:… Continue reading Simple grammatical analysis of nominal arabic statements

Nominal Sentence

5 types of Predicate (Khabar)

5 types of Predicate (خَبَـرٌ) (Seq # 52) Predicate (خَــبَــرٌ) in nominal sentence is of 5 types as below. This is very important to understand. One word Prepositional Phrase (a phrase that includes a preposition) Adverb from Adverbial Phrase (a phrase that includes an adverb) A complete nominal sentence A complete verbal sentence We will… Continue reading 5 types of Predicate (Khabar)

Pronouns

No corresponding word for the English word ‘it’

No corresponding word for the English word ‘it’ (Seq # 40) In the Arabic language there is no corresponding word for the English word ‘it’. We should use هُوَ  or هِيَ  for the English word ‘it’ according to the gender of the object. We will learn about it more in future.

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[Song] Attached Pronouns in State of Jarr

Nouns

Hamzatul-wasl & Hamzatul-Qata’a

هَــمْــزَةُ الوَصَــلِ وَ هَــمْــزَةُ الْــقَــطَـع (Seq # 20) This is an important topic and needs attention. There are two Hamzas in the Arabic language. They are هَمْزَة الوَصَلْ  and  هَمْزَةُ الْقَطَع. Hamzatul-wasl is read when the sentence or verse is started by it. It is represented by small ص  on top of it. If this… Continue reading Hamzatul-wasl & Hamzatul-Qata’a

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Prepositions & Jaar-Majroor

Prepositions, heavily used topic in Quran (Seq # 15) See the below table of prepositions. English Meaning Proposition from مِنْ in فِي for لِ With, by, in, of, on (Its meaning depends on the context) بِ on عَلَى towards إِلَى About عَــنْ Nouns become مَــجْــرُوْرٌ if they come after any preposition. Consider the noun الْــكِــتَــابُ… Continue reading Prepositions & Jaar-Majroor

Nouns

Feminine gender Nouns

Feminine gender Nouns (Seq # 8) Arabic is very gender specific language. Noun for feminine gender ends with ة. This ة is called as “round ta” (“ta marbootah”). As an example, the noun for the masculine (male) doctor is طَبِيْبٌ. To make it for the feminine (female) doctor, ة should be added at the end.… Continue reading Feminine gender Nouns

Particle (Harf)

Vocative particle يــَا (Yaa)

Vocative particle يــَا (Seq # 61) Let us learn Vocative particle يا. Its meaning in the English language is “Oh”. Example “Oh Mohammed”, “Oh Abdullah” etc. The rules for vocative particle are below. 1) If this particle is preceded with triptote person name noun like مُحَمَّدٌ, then it will drop tanveen and leave only one… Continue reading Vocative particle يــَا (Yaa)

Pronouns

Demonstrative Pronouns (ismu ishaara)

Demonstrative Pronouns (Seq # 30)  اِسْمُ الإِشَارَةِ (Ismu l-ishaara) These pronouns are used to demonstrate some object and they all are definite. Below is the table of these pronouns. They are self-explanatory. Meaning Demonstrative Pronouns This (Masculine) هَذَا This (Feminine) هَذِهِ That (Masculine) ذٰلــِكَ That (Feminine) تِــلـْـكَ These (Masc./Fem.) هَؤُلإِ Those (Masc./Fem.) أُوْلَـئِكَ Exercises State… Continue reading Demonstrative Pronouns (ismu ishaara)

Pronouns

Relative Pronouns

Relative Pronouns (Seq # 31)  – الأَسْمَاءُ الْمَوْصُولَةُ The following are the relative pronouns in the Arabic language and they all are definite. These pronouns relate to other nouns. They mean literally as “That which”. Meaning Relative Pronouns That which (masculine) الَّذِي That which (feminine) الَّتِي Those which (Masc./Fem.) الَّذِيْنَ Exercises State TRUE or FALSE: الَّذِيْنَ… Continue reading Relative Pronouns

Conjunction · Learn Arabic

Particle of Conjunction

Particle of Conjunction (حَرْفُ عَطْفٍ) (Seq # 32) Particle of conjunction are used to connect the sentences or statements,  words etc. In the Arabic language particle of conjunction is termed as حَرْفُ عَطْفٍ. Below is a table describing few of them with meanings. Other حَرْفُ عَطْفٍ will be discussed in upcoming topics later on. Meaning… Continue reading Particle of Conjunction

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Adjectives (نَعْتٌ / صِــفَــةٌ)

Adjectives (Seq # 47) Adjective is a noun that qualify another noun. As an example, in the phrase “tall man”, the noun “tall” is an adjective that is qualifying another noun “man”. In the English language the adjectives comes before the noun being qualified. But in the Arabic language the adjectives comes after the noun… Continue reading Adjectives (نَعْتٌ / صِــفَــةٌ)

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Triptotes and Diptotes

Note: Quran (15:18:1) represents the Para (Juzz) # 15, chapter # 18, and verse # 1. Triptotes and Diptotes (Seq # 11) This is a very important topic to understand. Nouns in the Arabic language are categorized as Triptotes and Diptotes based on the complete or partial declension of nouns. A noun with complete declension has… Continue reading Triptotes and Diptotes