بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

All praise is for Allah. We praise Him, seek His help and forgiveness.  We seek refuge in Allaah from the evils of ourselves and the evils of our actions. I bear witness that none has the right to be worshipped except Allaah and I bear witness that Muhammad صلَّى اللهُ عليْهِ وسَلَّمََ is His servant and Messenger.

This site is set up to provide free access to different levels of Arabic in a simple & professional way, to understanding the language of Qur’aan.

Lessons are made available for extreme beginners to advance students. Lessons are explained well with the examples from the Qur’aan.  Other resources (videos & presentations) will also be available whereever necessary.

All the files are in pdf format.

Before You proceed!!

(1). Before you start browsing the site, if  you are extreme beginner (you don’t know how to read &  write Arabic),  we would recommend you to learn the Arabic Alphabets. Please go to  the link below & download the book “Step by Step” .

Here is the link. Step by Step

(2). If you know how to read, write & connect the letters but need a bit practice, we would recommend you to download the lessons of reading & writing skills.

Click here: Reading & writing skills

(3). If you can read & write Arabic without any difficulty, you can start the “Qur’aanic Arabic” lessons.  These lessons are suitable for students having the knowledge of reading & writing Arabic & are explained in a simple & an easy way to understand the Qur’aan.

Here is the link. Qur’anic Arabic

These lessons  are prepared by an expert Arab professional instructor, having a vast experience in teaching the Non-Arab students.  The current ongoing class of  “Quranic Arabic” has more than 60 students.

Each lesson is explained in English/Arabic with examples from the verses of the Qur’an and exercises.

All the lessons & exercises will be made available for free downloading. The answers/keys to the exercises will also be available to download but try to do the exercises on your own and then check with the answers.

(4).  Every now & then we will be uploading detailed explanation of important rules & grammar lessons for advance students.

For any query, suggestions or comments & reporting any broken link, you can contact us by either writing in comment box or by our email.

may Allaah subhanahu wa ta3ala make this beneficial for you.

& may He accept our deed and give us Ikhlaas & put barakah in our work

BarakAllaahu feekum

wassalaamu 3Alaykum wa rahmatullaah


Updated Friday 10th Rabee3-uth-thaanee 1431  –  26th February 2010


9 Responses to “Introduction”

  1. Ali March 20, 2010 at 4:57 pm #

    Assalaamu Alaykum
    Thanks for the lessons. Just have problem that PDF files don’t show Arabic numbers(Hindi) can you solve the problem

    • Ali March 25, 2010 at 11:03 am #

      The problem is solved . بارك الله فيكم

  2. muslima March 30, 2010 at 7:46 am #

    Assalamualaikum dear brothers and sisters, I had been for long wondering how to get a thajweed of Qur’an in English which is simplified and contains all the necessary points, so that I may refresh my knowledge of it, as I had been taught tajweed when I was small according to the correct rules. Alhamdulillah, from ever since I had been reciting according to the correct tajweed, but I can’t recall the names of the particular rules in Arabic. Anyway, thanks to your rewarding and selfless efforts, which InshaaAllaah will be rewarding manifold, I have found your ‘Qur’aanic Arabic’ so far very effective. I just have one question, as to how can we know which non-living things are masculine and feminine. Kindly include the ways to identify the gender of items, so that the rest of the rules of Arabic can be applied successfully. Jazakallaahu Khair.

    • al-mu3allim March 30, 2010 at 8:35 am #

      إن شاء الله we are preparing an easy tajweed booklet that we will upload here.
      The next lesson of Qur’aanic Arabic will answer your question, it is about feminine and how to recognize it
      Remember that these lessons are prepared for beginners in grammar, but we will have special files about grammar that will have more details.

      • Mohammed Kareemullah April 7, 2010 at 11:16 am #


        for easy online tajweed practice you can visit

        may Allah help us to learn, understand, practise and teach to others the language His final revelation.


  3. nasreen February 2, 2011 at 3:35 pm #

    Assalamalykum sister …today i saw your website it is remakable website اللهم بارك

  4. AL BASAIR ISLAMIC MEDIA August 31, 2012 at 7:49 pm #

    May Allah help you to spread authentic Islamic knowledge and revive the sunnah as well as hold on the rope of Allah as the companions of our Prophet Mumuhammad {saw} held it.

    If you have time, please visit my site :

    It will be a gift gor me if you give me any suggestion.JAJAKALLAH KHAYR.

  5. Hussen Mohammed June 16, 2016 at 10:49 am #

    Asselamualeykum Werahmetulahi Weberkatu I would like to say special thanks Jezakumulahukeyren really I like so much this program & website. I take the pdf courses In sha Allah I’ll get Knowledge and please keep it up this programm in a well organized form!!

  6. George March 2, 2017 at 8:20 pm #

    Hello. Thank you, immensely, for your work. I’m an absolute beginner.
    My first initiation and steps were triggered by a compatriot of mine; he is both an academic and a avid and keen proponent and teacher of this beautiful language for us, Greeks.
    Currently, I’m following up his introductory YT videos (18 sessions in total), along with his book on grammar. Hence, your material is perfect for me to further develop my learning curve, STEP BY STEP, as appropriately mentioned by you. Cheers!

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