Let's Begin to Read Arabic (A Beginner's Guide to Learning the Arabic Language and the Qur'an)
Author: Dr V.Abdul Rahim
Size: 8.3 x 5.8 x 0.3 inches
Publication year: 2003
About This Book:
In contrast to the traditional manner, this book teaches the Arabic alphabet in a novel way. It does so for several reasons:
It makes use of sounds that are similar to those found in English. Arabic sounds are classified into three categories: precisely the same as English, fairly similar, and completely different. This book begins with sounds that are similar, then moves on to sounds that are slightly similar, and lastly sounds that are completely distinct.
Vowel Signs from the Beginning:
It introduces the vowel signs right away. Instead of learning the letters' names, the emphasis is on how they sound.
One New Thing at a Time:
Each lesson just teaches one new item, such as a letter, a vowel, a pronunciation rule, or a spelling rule.
Reading authentic Words:
Students will read authentic words from the Quran, Islam's sacred book.
Before going on to the next lesson, pupils should thoroughly grasp and practice the previous one.
Students are urged to read every word and then listen to cassettes (available separately) to see how they are doing.
This strategy is employed effectively in several regions of the world, and it has accelerated learning.