ARABIC QUOTES

These are some of the most famous arabic quotes or arabic sayings:

“Peaceful soul is the best chair for rest.”

“House without books is a house without a soul.”

“If you want everyone to hate you, tell everyone who is who.”

“You can’t achieve peace through war, but with an agreement.”

“When justice disappears from the face of the earth – a man becomes worthless.”

“A friend is one who warns you about a mistake, and not one that enhances your mistake in order to gain your satisfaction.”

“A smile is a good word with no letters.”

“Nice word is a passport which helps you reach every heart.”

“You can find a snake even in a beautiful garden.”

“If the blind leads the blind, both shall fall into the ditch.”

“Poor man, he was attracted by her long hair, so he couldn’t see her tongue is longer!”

“Who buys what he does not need – sells what he needs.”

“A child plays with life as a little, and after the life is playing with it when it grows!”

“Who lived with two faces, died faceless.”

“If you’re rich – you will eat when you want, and if you’re poor – you will eat when you can.”

“Rich is who is not in debts, and young is who is healthy.”

“If you can not help, do not hinder me!”

“It is easy to be smart when the time passes.”

These arabic quotes or arabic sayings are really instructive is not it?

Arabic alphabet – book

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Arabic Alphabet for Kids

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Best method to learn arabic alphabet

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Learn Arabic Alphabet

Learn the Arabic letters easily using our interactive animated lessons and a 500 years old method of teaching the Arabic letters in Europe. We have five years of experience in teaching and tutoring the Arabic letters with the help of twenty interactive animated lessons intended for all ages. These lessons help you to learn the Arabic alphabet at home with ease and without having to take various courses. Ans we have to say that knowing the Arabic alphabet is the foundation stone of the Arabic language learning.

>>ARABIC ALPHABET BOOK<<

This method of teaching the Arabic alphabet is based on the longstanding experience of the Bosnian Muslims. As an European nation, since the arrival of Islam in Europe, they had the need to read the Arabic letters and understand the Arabic language in which the Muslim’s most sacred book, the Qur’an, was written. Because of this, a 500 years old method, which has proven to be very successful, was born. It was improved and transfered through textbooks of various educational institutions in the Balkans, and in the last 100 years explicitly through the educational institutions of the Islam Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Just in this period this method has reached it’s top because it is especially adjusted to all ages thus giving great results in children 7-12 years old and in adults, as well as in older adults who have reached the latest years of their lives. According to this method thousands of children learn the Arabic letters in the Educational institutions of the Islam Community in Bosnia nad Herzegovina, and also a large number of adults attend Arabic letter courses taught by the local imams  in their mosques. The experience has shown that you need several weeks to learn the Arabic letters using this method, depending on the individual abilities of the learner. The ones who learn the Arabic alphabet using this method, will not only  be able to read the Qur’an fluently, but will have a solid base to continue their learning of the Arabic language and take part in modern communication. This method pays speciall attention to the correct pronunciation and writing of the Arabic letters, which makes it ideal not only for the Muslims but for other people who have the need or desire to learn the Arabic letters. Today we present you this method in its most modern form containing interactive animated lessons with sound, which allow you to master the Arabic alphabet from home using your computer.
Basic notes:
–    The Arabic letters are written and read from the right to the left.
–    The consist of symbols completely different from the English alphabet.
–    The Arabic alphabet has 28 letters, consonants (harfs).
–    It has three short vocals (fetha, kesra, damma) i.e. short E, I, U.
–    The vocals are written above or beneath the consonant.
–    There are three long vocals: A, long U and long I.
–    There are no capital letters or small letters
–    Certain consonants are being joined only from the right side, and some from both sides.
–    The consonants in a word are written together Kor separately, which depends on thir characteristics.
–    It is necessary to distinguish the look of the consonants, when it is alone, in the middle, or at the end of the word.


Arabic Lessons II

In this section we are going to publish lessons which are more complex and harder than the Arabic Lessons section. In order to be able to see and use these lessons you should enable the sound on your computer and install Adobe Flash player which can be downloaded at the following location:

When you open any of the lessons, you will be able to see visual effects when you place the mouse cursor over it, and when you click on a letter (harph) or a word in the lesson you will hear its propper pronunciation.

Important: Certain lessons are available only to registered members. To see them first you have to register. The login pannel is on the top right corner of the homepage. Thank you!

ARABIC LESSONS – II- part


Arabic lessons

On the following pages we are going to publish interactive lessons which will help you easily master the Arabic and have fun while learning the arabic letters. In order to be able to see and use these  arabic lessons you should enable the sound on your computer and install Adobe Flash player which can be downloaded at the following location:

When you open any of the lessons, you will be able to see visual effects when you place the mouse cursor over it, and when you click on a letter (harph) or a word in the lesson you will hear its propper pronunciation.

Important: Certain lessons are available only to registered members. To see them first you have to register. The login pannel is on the top right corner of the homepage. Thank you!

ARABIC LESSONS – I- part

ARABIC LESSONS – II- part


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Testimonials

“I am a complete beginner and I was surprised by my speedy progress in reading and writing the Arab alphabet. The lessons are well structured with easy to understand descriptions. The interactive flash player videos are an amazing tool to memorize the shape and the sound of each individual letter and how they look and sound in words. I searched the internet and I couldn’t find a better method. I will build on the knowledge gained through these lessons. 100% recommended. ”  

Jaro J.

“Excellent work, very good website. I stumbled on it while searching for some materials for teaching Arabic here in Alaska, USA. Keep up the good work and MAY ALLAH REWARD FOR ALL YOUR GOOD DEEDS.”  Salam!

Lakhdar Dali Osmane

Dear Sir, You have done great job. I do hope Inshalla now I can learn arabic correctly and also iacan guide my children and others also. May ALLAH Bless you with good health. Your Student and well wisher.
ABDUL MAJEED KHAN