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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!
What is the charm of the Arabic language? Why would anyone invest effort and time to learn it? Is it difficult to learn Arabic? Yes, it is a challenging but rewarding endeavor. Arabic is not just a spoken language among people, like other languages, rather it is the language through which Almighty Allah spoke with to our prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him). It is the language of the Qur’an. How To Learn Arabic Arabic is one of the Semitic languages, the fourth most spoken language in the world, with nearly 467 million people speaking it worldwide and the official language for the Arab and some other countries. Indeed, learning a new language is always a courageous step, but when a new language does not share roots with your native language, it is even more difficult. So, as a beginner, how can one learn Arabic? What are the most useful steps that simplify the learning process? Arabic has an entirely different system of alphabets, and there are almost no shared words between it and the English language. Fortunately, there are useful steps for a learner to make the learning method easier. Without a doubt, these steps need perseverance, commitment, hard work, and time. You have to choose which type of the Arabic language you need to learn since there are three types; which are: The old standard Arabic language The new standard Arabic language The non-standard Arabic (which has many dialects such as the Egyptian, Levantine, Moroccan, Iraqi, and others) Sometimes an Arabic speaker cannot understand other dialects even if both have the same origin, Arabic. A very critical reason that may help a foreigner to choose which type to learn is the purpose he/ she seeks. For instance, if you are a Muslim and you want to learn how to read the Holy Qur’an, to feel the sweetness of the words of the Almighty Allah, and to understand his teachings, you need to learn the old standard Arabic. Also, if you want to learn Arab history or science, the new standard Arabic will be sufficient for this purpose. Whereas if you want to know the Arab culture, understand their music and films hence the dialectic language should be your choice. You need to choose which one is suitable for you to learn; the Egyptian and Levantine are the most popular ones.