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  1. Tajweed consists of two parts which related to the essence of their meaning: The Scientific Tajweed: It is the knowledge of Quran Tajweed rules and characteristics in the certified books. This part is a collective duty which means if a few Muslims learn and memorize it, it was made to fall from the others; but if no one does then all the Muslims are in sin. That is because it is one of the legal science and for that, there is a MUST to be in each of the Islamic countries of different languages tutors taught it. Allah Almighty said," And it is not for the believers to go forth [to battle] all at once. For there should separate from every division of them a group [remaining] to obtain understanding in the religion and warn their people when they return to them that they might be cautious. The Practical Tajweed: It is the implementation of phonetic rules of Quranic recitation and reading Quran with tajweed as it was revealed to the Prophet Muhammed (Peace be upon him). It is required upon every legally competent Muslim of a responsible age to perform religious duties in Islam and to recite Quran with tajweed properly. Allah Almighty said, "….And recite the Quran with measured recitation. Levels of Reciting (Tajweed) the Holy Quran There are three levels of recitation that exist in tajweed. They are classified according to the human ear which can only recognize them as a slow recitation, a fast recitation and a moderate recitation (neither slow nor fast). A-Tahqîq: (slowness without elongation), which is the slowest recitation without elongation that encourages to reflect upon the words and meanings and that allows hearing the tajweed rules very clearly. This level exemplified by the simplicity and care in articulating the letters of Quran words. Al-Hadr: (fast reading without merging of the adjacent letters), which is a quick recitation that utilized for revision; thus it is very close to everyday speech rhythm. When reading with Hadr, there is a danger of minimizing the timing of the letters and merging one into another. However, there is no problem with reciting the Quran with Hadr, provided that there is no idghaam (merging of the adjacent letters) or reduction in the required time of the letter articulation. At-Tadweer: (letters moderation in recitation), which is reading in between Al-hadr and Al-Tahqiq, neither too fast nor too slow. Common Tajweed Mistakes It is vital that the Muslims learn the Arabic letters and vowels to recite the Quran using them, not a transliteration. Transliterations do not take into consideration the several letters that sound similar to the untrained ear but are very different in pronunciation. The Quran is the word of Allah, revealed to man as a guide, and we have to be extremely careful when reading it, as best we can, with proper pronunciation. Reading a transliteration can lead to a change in the meaning of the Holy Quran by mispronouncing its Arabic letters. The most critical mistakes Muslims do when reciting the Holy Quran are: The first mistake, made by Arab and non-Arab Muslims alike, is in making inappropriate starts and stops. There are two issues of this mistake. The first issue is that the appropriate way to stop on a word is by putting a sukoon, or absence of a vowel on the last letter of the word. It is not permitted to stop using the harakah, or vowel on the last letter of the word. The second issue of stopping is that of stopping at a place that does not contradict the meaning intended by Almighty Allah, the Exalted. The same mistake can occur when starting up after stopping and taking a breath. We cannot just start on the next word at random, that is; the meaning needs to be considered, and the start should be on a word that represents the absolute and perfect meaning, even if the reader needs to go back two or three words. There are two most common tajweed mistakes made by non-Arabs: the timings of the vowels (madd letters in Arabic) and in the articulation points of the letters. The first type concerning the timing of the vowels (i.e. lengthening a vowel longer than one vowel count), and natural lengthening (making them shorter than they should be). Each vowel over a letter receives one count.So a kasrah receives the same timing as a fath, as does a dhammah, whenever these letters are not followed by the madd letters alif; or a ya' with no vowel preceded by a kasrah, or wow with no vowel preceded by a dhammah). Whereas Madd letters have two vowel counts if they are not followed by a hamzah or a sukoon. All vowels, as stated above, have equal timing in length. This is not true for letters without vowels or saakin letters.The timings of saakin letters vary depending on their characteristics.The difference is in not a great length of time, though. The second type, which is in the articulation of the letters themselves, is a critical issue that needs to be addressed by all non-Arabs in any other part of the world. The problem here is not that the letters are different from Arabic than the other languages; but in fact, there are letters in Arabic the same to other languages but do not share the same articulation points with their counterparts.
  2. Do you want to learn Arabic and become a fluent speaker or understand the Arabic language? Our Arabic for Adults course can help you understand the Quran and improve your skills in the Arabic Language. Speak Arabic language like a native Do you want to learn Arabic and become a fluent speaker? Do you want to know how to learn Arabic? Our online Arabic classes can help you understand the Quran and become qualified to teach Arabic to others. Gaining the knowledge and understanding the Arabic language is essential for every Muslim who seeks to perform his religious acts of worship and become proficient in the recitation of the Noble Quran. Allah SWT chose to reveal the Qur'an in the Arabic language, and He SWT states in it: “Indeed, We have sent it down as an Arabic Qur'an that you might understand. Become conversational quickly Our communicative approach methodology is exceedingly intuitive. It enables you to practice learning the language at your own pace and have access to all our Arabic exercises online in the solace of your own home. With our resources, you will quickly become fluent in Arabic. Practical Arabic language learning We want to make sure that you learn the common everyday practical Arabic conversation skills. We won’t ask you to just memorize without understanding the 'how's' and 'why's', as other Arabic programs do. Simply just memorizing the material makes learning hard; and, even after a few years, you may not be able to have a real conversation. Our teachers have developed exercises that will help you have natural conversations using Arabic phrases and correct grammatical rules in real life situations. Not every student can fly over to Egypt to study Arabic at Al-Azhar. What is the best alternative? How can your kid improve his Arabic vocabulary? We've got the perfect solution for you. If you want your child to learn the Arabic language so he can study the Quran, if you want to know how to learn Arabic, or if you just want them to be in touch with their Arabic roots, you have come to the right place. The fastest way to learn how to speak Arabic We developed a unique teaching method that makes learning a new language fun, easy, and exciting. Our online Arabic language courses created especially for kids by our prestigious teachers at Studio Arabiya will guide them to master the Arabic language (fus'ha) on all levels: speaking, understanding, reading and writing. You don’t have to worry about the current level of Arabic language knowledge your kid has, our courses are for all levels from beginners to advanced. We've gone to great lengths to create an effective online course that really delivers results and with a great team of teachers. Above all, our content and teaching materials are continuously reviewed and improved ensuring your kid will have the most natural and easy learning experience! Your kid is going to love studying with us! Step-by-step learning We are using a step-by-step study approach that won’t overload your kid with information as to where you have to start and what you need to do. We will take care of all that. Once you completed the initial evaluation and you created your account, you’ll be amazed at how easy our platform is to use. You get instant access to lessons, a calendar, schedule classes, and a payment system. The Arabic course is divided into multiple levels that ease the language learning process. It will allow us to pay attention to your children's pace and progress, and adjust if needed. Become conversational quickly Our communicative approach methodology is exceedingly intuitive and enjoyable for kids. It enables kids to exercise their practical language capacities at their very own pace and access all our Arabic exercises online in the solace of your own home. Through our program, they will quickly end up fluent in Arabic Having fun while learning Arabic grammar Learning Arabic grammar can be exhausting and time consuming if not done systematically and with supervision. Most of the kids usually lose interest along the way and therefore their attention is difficult to maintain. But it does not have to be neither hard nor difficult to learn Arabic grammar. That’s exactly why our world-class teachers have created fun and friendly Arabic grammar exercises so that children can enjoy learning Arabic and find their passion for this beautiful language.
  3. Have you been thinking about learning Arabic but you struggle with having the time and finding a good tutor to start with you from scratch or at your own level? Are you skeptical about learning Arabic online via video conference platforms like Skype or Zoom because you are not sure it will really work for you? We, at Studio Arabiya, hear you and are eager to solve any of your problems or concerns, and invite you to join us for a successful Arabic learning journey online! Keep reading to know all about what we can do for you. What Are Studio Arabiya Classes? Studio Arabiya Institute, founded in 2011, has swiftly grown to become one of the major online Arabic and Quran schools, offering education in all elements of the Arabic language, the Quran, and even Islamic Studies, for all ages and levels. As one of the most significant and largest Arabic and Quran centers for non-native speakers of Arabic and the Quran, we teach both online and live classes in Egypt. Because our aim is to provide high-quality Arabic education to people all over the world, Studio Arabiya Institute provides a variety of Arabic courses taught by professional native speakers who have extensive experience in teaching people of all ages. All these classes can be taught online via our online student portal - which seamlessly integrates Zoom - to those who can't take them in person or live across the world with no reliable institution to teach Arabic.
  4. Learn the Arabic Letters and how to read the Arabic language with the popular methodology of Noorani Qaida. Full online access to your child progress Flexible schedule and everything you need to learn online from the comfort of your home. From the moment you log in into your account, you'll get exclusive access to Quran tutorials, practice question bank, and course materials all organized and arranged in an easy to follow, intuitive step-by-step program. Daily progress tracking You will have all the tools to check and keep track of your child's progress. In our online portal, you will be able to manage your account. You can reschedule or cancel sessions and access your personal classes calendar. Also, you can view grades/reports and choose to be updated about the progress of your child. Your parent account will give you full control over everything. You will be able to manage all your children’s progress through one account. Manage your classes easily Your online portal account will give you easy access for managing your classes. You can reschedule or cancel as needed, request a teacher or schedule change, and view all classes on your calendar. Portal Class Features Our unique portal gives you access to your course outline, which shows exactly what you're working on every day in class. You will also be able to review and read from the text, practice what you learn in our practice center, view daily attendance, as well as grades and reports straight from your account. You will also have a dedicated discussion forum to send your teacher notes, questions, or ask about your child's progress. Other Features With our learning platform, your child can practice listening to Quran surahs from their lesson, read straight from the Quran, and review past lessons covered by the teacher. The structure of the course is designed for an optimum learning experience. Access your account through the App on any device! Our portal is flexible enough to add directly onto your phone for easy access to your classes from anywhere!
  5. Do you want to learn Arabic and become a fluent speaker or understand the Arabic language? Our Arabic for Adults course can help you understand the Quran and improve your skills in the Arabic Language. Speak Arabic language like a native Do you want to learn Arabic and become a fluent speaker? Do you want to know how to learn Arabic? Our online Arabic classes can help you understand the Quran and become qualified to teach Arabic to others. Gaining the knowledge and understanding the Arabic language is essential for every Muslim who seeks to perform his religious acts of worship and become proficient in the recitation of the Noble Quran. Allah SWT chose to reveal the Qur’an in the Arabic language, and He SWT states in it: “Indeed, We have sent it down as an Arabic Qur’an that you might understand.” (Surah Yūsuf, 12:2) Become conversational quickly Our communicative approach methodology is exceedingly intuitive. It enables you to practice learning the language at your own pace and have access to all our Arabic exercises online in the solace of your own home. With our resources, you will quickly become fluent in Arabic. Practical Arabic language learning We want to make sure that you learn the common everyday practical Arabic conversation skills. We won’t ask you to just memorize without understanding the ‘how’s’ and ‘why’s’, as other Arabic programs do. Simply just memorizing the material makes learning hard; and, even after a few years, you may not be able to have a real conversation. Our teachers have developed exercises that will help you have natural conversations using Arabic phrases and correct grammatical rules in real life situations.
  6. The Holy Quran is the literal words of Almighty Allah that Allah revealed as an impeccable and unmatchable source of legislation for mankind. Furthermore, it consists of rules and recommendations about all aspects of life and the afterlife. Being so important, every Muslim should read and recite the Holy Quran with Tajweed in a proper and clear manner. Tajweed Meaning Allah Almighty said, "Those to whom we gave the Book recite it as it should be recited: they are the ones who believe therein. And whose disbelieve in it, those are they who are the losers." [Quran, Al-baqarah-121] Ayah Transliteration: "Allazeena aataynaahumul-Kitaaba yatloonahoo haqqa tilaawatiheee ulaaa'ika yu' mi noona bih; was many-yakfur bihee fa-ulaaa'ika humul-khaasiroon." Along with the Quran's profound and noble meanings, there is also its sublime language which, if recited correctly, will soften the hearts of its listeners. The reading of the Holy Quran in a leisurely and relaxed way, in order to achieve the meaning of the verses, is to understand and apply the legislation contained therein during the daily life of the Muslim; reading the Holy Quran without taking into account the various rules of tajweed may change the meaning of words as well as a complete verse. read quran online with tajweed What is Tajweed? The word tajweed comes from the root of the verb Jawada; which literally means to beautify and improve your reading (doing it well). In the context of the recitation of the Holy Quran, Tajweed is a science of studying the correct articulation of letters. So it is applied when articulating every letter from its articulation point and giving the letter its rights and dues of characteristics. Rights of the letters are its required characteristics that never leave it. The dues of the letters are its presented characteristics that are present in it some of the time, and not present at other times.i.e. the Qalb, Gunah, Maad. Manners of Reciting (Tajweed) the Holy Quran Reciting Quran should be in the presence of one's heart, with full understanding and believing that those are the words of Allah, the Exalted - not the words of man. The Muslim should interact with every ayah with its appropriate meaning and understand each message of the Holy Quran with full recognition that it is directed to him especially. In addition to these internal manners of reciting Quran, there is a lot of external manners. Here are some of the most important manners to follow: Perform wudhu and be sure of the cleanliness of the body, clothes and place. (It is allowed to read Quran from memory without wudhu; while women with the period are not allowed to touch the Holy book). Sit with the highest respect to the Holy Quran while facing the Qibla. Start reciting with At-ta'awwuz and Al-Baassmala. Do not sit on a place higher than the Holy Quran. It is not allowed to talk while reading Quran, but if there is an important matter you should stop reading and close the book. Then, you could continue your recitation after saying At-ta'awwuz. One has to give each letter its due so as to clearly and fully pronounce every word, and each letter. Whenever one finishes reciting, to attest to the veracity of Allah, the Exalted and that the Prophet Mohammed (Peace be upon him) has delivered his message, and to testify to this, saying: "O Allah, the exalted, You have spoken the truth, Your messengers have delivered their tidings, and bear witness to this. O Allah, make us of those who bear witness to the truth and who act with justice": after which one supplicates Allah with prayers.
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