> For Learning the Arabic Language:

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

الحمد لله رب العالمين الذي بعونه تتم الصالحات

والصلاة والسلام على رسوله المصطفى الأمين وآ له وصحبه

ومن أتبعهم بإحسان إلى يوم الدين

All praises for Allah, Lord Master and Absolute Sovereign of the Universe, for only by His aid are all good deeds completed, and may the salutations of Allah and His peace and blessings be upon the Messenger Muhammad, the Trustworthy One, and upon his family and companions, and those that follow them and their way until the Day of Judgment.

اللهم صلّ على محمد وعلى آل محمد كما صليت على إبراهيم وعلى آل إبراهيم إنك حميد مجيد وبارك على محمد وعلى آل محمد كما باركت على إبراهيم وعلى آل إبراهيم إنك حميد مجيد

O Allah may the prayer (for all good) be upon Muhammad and the family of Muhammad as you have given your prayer (for all good) upon Ibraheem and the family of Ibraheem, – Verily you are Praiseworthy, Glorious. And bless Muhammad and the family of Muhammad as you have Ibraheem and the family of Ibraheem – Verily you are Praiseworthy, Glorious.

> For Learning the Arabic Language:

Below are some links of useful pages for learning various aspects of the Arabic language.  I learned in the USA, Sudan, and Saudi Arabia before the computer age and I am amazed at all the resources available, may Allah bless all the brothers and sisters for their efforts, increase them in beneficial knowledge, pure lawful  provisions, and good deeds acceptable to Allah the Most Exalted. 

Learning Arabic Language sufficiently is a necessary tool to better understand the Book Of Allah, the Quran, the authentic Sunnah, and the Islamic Code of Jurisprudence (Sharee’ah).

More coming soon, insha-Allah (God -willing, with links, etc.

But see this for now:

[Necessary disclaimer note: the information below is for knowledge and comparison, and not necessarily an endorsement of all contents, especially if they are from some deviated sectarian ideologies. Also it is not known about all the legal implications of what people have put on line concerning the download of books and courses.]


To Sign up for Level One, Two or Three, of onsite and online Arabic Language Classes see >  HERE


V. Abdur Rahim taught at the Islamic University of Madinah, Kingdom Saudi Arabia.

The course he designed for this purpose is now known as

Durûs al-Lughaħ al-‘Arabiyya ħ li-Ghair al-Nâtiqîna Bihâ.

It is one of the best, if not the best, course for learning Arabic.

These books are popularly known throughout the world as


For a very good website about these book, with legal text downloads, audios and videos, see below

NEW! – Download our DVD sets in audio format!
NEW! – At-Tibyan – The Easy way to Qur’anic Reading (PDF with audio)
NEW! – Selections from the Glorious Qur’an (PDF with grammatical notes)
Madina Books – Audio (Arabic, English and Urdu)
Download videos of the advanced course “Selections from the Glorious Qur’an”
Download videos from our DVD sets in AVI format
Madina Books – Blank Verb Conjugation Sheet Madina Books – Glossary
Madina Books – Arabic Text Madina Books – Key in English
Madina Books – Key in Urdu Madina Books – Solutions
Madina Books – Handouts



You can also get these books and other good material at fatwa-online.com

DOWNLOADS \ Arabic Language



Dr V Abdur-Raheem has his own blog which is very helpful, as below



The lessons of these books are also online on the Islamic University of Madina website

as follows

المستوى الأول

المستوى الثاني

المستوى الثالث

المستوى الرابع



and then there are the  “Side Books for Madina Arabic Course”

These books are used alongside the Medina Books that are used in the Medina University, in topics like Tauheed, Fiqh, Hadith, Reading, Dictation, etc. All in ZIP format.


These Side Books for Madina Arabic Book are as follows

Side Books for Madina Arabic Book 1:
تعليم الكتابة.pdf

Side Books for Madina Arabic Book 2:
كتاب لتعليم اللغة العربية.pdf
قصص الأنبياء.pdf
التديبات الصوتية.pdf

Side Books for Madina Arabic Book 3:
النحو و الصرف.pdf

May Allah reward the brother who has shared these files. See also:

[ Madina Arabic Course ] Resources




Books used in Um al Qura Language Program in Mecca –

May Allah increase His Holy City in Nobility

  •  عنوان الكتاب: تعليم العربية للناطقين بغيرها – الكتاب الأساسي
  •  المؤلف: جامعة أم القرى
  •  حالة الفهرسة: غير مفهرس
  •  الناشر: جامعة أم القرى
  •  سنة النشر: 1429 – 2008
  •  عدد المجلدات: 6
  •  رقم الطبعة: 3
  •  الحجم (بالميجا): 28
  •  تاريخ إضافته: 22 / 03 / 2011
  •  شوهد: 4172 مرة
  •  التحميل المباشر: مجلد 1 مجلد 2 مجلد 3 مجلد 4 مجلد 5 مجلد 6 بيانات الطبعة الواجهة


Books used in Jami’at Al Imam Muhammad ibn Sa’ud in Riyadh

Imam Ibn Saud Arabic Books

The Imaam Muhammad ibn Saud University Program utilizes Islamic texts as its core material. A student who chooses this program benefits from the correlation between new Arabic vocabulary/grammar and Islamic themes and terminology. This integrated system of learning Arabic via Islam is ideal for Muslim students seeking an Islam-based Arabic curriculum.



I  [Abu Salman Deya ud-Deen Eberle]

teach an on site class of Arabic language,  and  also have a few lessons using materials from the Medina Books and hope to inshallah add some more soon, on the teaching platform of


For these few lessons I have used materials taken from the

the website,


which has the audio pronunciations, mashallah tabarakallah, and pictures to go with the words and exercises.

Also note another pathway to these lessons at

TAUHEED INSTITUTE Arabic Language Course


and see them Here


and see this very useful page


and much much more


Some Other Useful Resources

Learning Arabic, at


Arabic Learning Resources, at



Arabic Verbs – LIST =



Another verb list, but not as useful



Acon Verb Conjugator



Qutrub arabeyes org tasreef afaal arabi

Verb Conjugations



Al-Ajrumiyah (Mukhtasar), Etc





التُحْفَةٌ السَنيَة بِشَرْحِ الْمُقَدِّمَةِ الآجُرُّومِيَّةِ ، تأليف محمد محي الدين عبدالحميد



The Aajurroomiyyah Blog



Fatwa online com verb charts, etc



Arabic Gems



Quranic Arabic Corpus Fatiha

Note: to see connections and graphic properly you must I open webpage in browser



Arabic Verbs, Vocabulary lists, etc

From Arabic desert sky net

Giving in lists

English Standard Arabic Transliteration Egyptian Arabic Transliteration


as they would, these lists are “awesome,” especially for the addition of the Egyptian dialect list the words, as below:



Good Arabic course online




Another course:



Fundamentals of Classical Arabic.



Note about Al-Arabiyatu Bayna Yadayk

العربــية بـيـن يد يــك

Arabic between your hands

For download (do not know if they have legal permission)

Download at this link:





Arabic from my languages org



Seek on web search also:

  • متن الأجرومية مشكول (Matan al-Ajurumiyyah Mashkool)
  • Fundamentals of Classical Arabic, by Husain Abdul Sattar (note that we do not follow his maslak of Maqshabandiyyah but the book is useful)
  • A Hundred and One Rules ! A Short Reference  for Arabic Syntactic, Morphological & Phonological Rules for Novice & Intermediate Levels of Proficiency, by Mohammed Jiyad
  • From the Treasures of Arabic Morphology

NOTE: Treasures of Arabic morphology has been published by Zam zam Publishers of Pakistan. Unfortunately the quality of the print is poor and the publishers have retyped the contents pages with typing errors. If anyone is prepared to publish the book in a quality format, kindly contact the author atalinaam@alinaam.org.za All comments and criticisms are welcome.

  • Arabic Syntax Yusuf Mullan


al3arabiya blogspot com excellent resources



Materials dealing with Arabic Language grammar etc



From Internals Knowledge is nobody’s exclusive preserve



Tips on how to use Hans Wehr Arabic English Dictionary

To search an Arabic Word in this dictionary (the Hans Wehr Arabic English Dictionary) you must seek the ARABIC ROOT which is a three letter VERB, since almost all words are listed according to the root.
Remember that a two letter Arabic verb with a Shaddah on the last letter should be counted as three letters since the last letter was doubled, and note the some particles may have only two letters.
Thus, determine what kind of word is it:
Verb, Noun or Particle (Fe’l, Ism, Harf)
Then note what are the additional letters that have been added to the three letter root. The additional letters are called (حروف الزوائد) or (الحروف الزائدة)

Here you may use the conjugation charts, and the verb declinations chart, or any other useful aid in determining what are the additional letters to arrive at the Arabic root: then look for this root in the dictionary.
Page 8 of the introduction of the book is helpful
The Arabs when discussing a verb give the sequence of past, present, order, and then the verbal noun (gerund), the noun of subject then the noun of object:
past, present, order (command), gerund (noun of the verb), active particle (the noun of subject), the passive particle (the noun of object), etc:

فعل يفعل فعلا فهو فاعل ومفعول
الفعل الماضي
الفعل المضارع

اسم الفاعل
اسم المفعول

Sometimes they would add other information like
For instance
alima to know عَلِمَ
page 363
Note the
Roman numeral two II = علّم
And then IV = أعلم
And then V =  تعلّم
And then X =   استعلم
Then the nouns, and so on and on in this Arabic root.




for online and onsite classes, tutoring, 




To Use E W Lane’s Arabic English Lexicon online see HERE

To Use the Hans Wehr Arabic English Dictionary online see HERE

To search and see English meanings of Maktabah as Shamilah see HERE

now moved to HERE

These three online resources are from the brother Muhammad Abdullah of

http://yulghun.com/ may Allah reward him with the best of rewards








Assalaam alaikum

About teaching Arabic language  

I have been teaching, what are commonly known as the Madina Books of Dr. V Abdur Raheem, may Allah protect him and increase him in goodness, for quite a while to my student privately in tutoring sessions, and in groups classes, onsite and online.  I have found them to be excellent books, and decisively better than any other series in the field upon comparison and evaluation (theoretical and practical).

Dr. V Abdur Raheem is a genius at teaching the Arabic language, and has a proven track record.  His books have many clear indications of the deep insights he has for the particular language needs of students no matter their educational level. His presentations, conversations and exercises are exceptionally excellent for their simplicity and measured structured repetition, moving all lessons learned from the student’s short term to the long term memory using audio, visual, kinetic, emotional, and moral markers of planned recurrence.  Moreover, many subtleties distinguish the work for superior intelligence, productivity and excellence.  The student never finds that the exercises are so easy to bore, or so complex and difficult to frustrate: they are always on target to engage and enhance the learning process, moving the student towards mastery of each part, structure, principle and style of the Arabic language.

Book One of the series teaches the student to quickly master the basics of grammar (Nahw) and morphology (Sarf) and read simple sentences, and then ever more complex sentences, without the notations of “ I`rab” (ar Raf’a, al Nasab, al Khafadh, al Jazm) and the “Tashkeel” notations (Fatha; Kasra; Damma, Shadda; Sukoon; Tanween; Madd; Hamzat al Qat’a wa Hamzat al Wasal; at Takhallasu min Iltiqa`a as Sakinain, Huroof al ‘Illah; etc) because the student thoroughly learns the basics of the following through practice: al Jumlat al Ismiyyah; al Ma’rifa wal Nakira; al Mubtada wal Khabr; Huruuf al Jarr; Harf al Jarr wal Majroor;  al Jumlat al Fe’liyyah; al-Fe’il wa Faa’il wal Maf’uul; al Mudaf wa Mudaf ilaihi; Na’tun wa Man’uutun; ad Damaa`ir al Mutasilah wal Munfasilah; azth Ztharoof; Ztharf al Makan wa zth Ztharf az Zaman; Jam’a at Takseer wa Jam’a al Mudthkar as Salim wa Jam’a al Mu`annath as Salim; al ‘Adaad al ‘Arabi; al Munsarif wal Mamnu’u min as Sarf; etc.

Many books series continually provide the full “I`rab” and “Tashkeel” notations even far into the lessons of intermediate level, as evidenced by the printed books available in the market, which does not help the student build mastery of readings normally printed books that are without these markings, or proper common every day conversation.  This is a defect in methodology that Dr, V Abdur Raheem realizes well, and counters this mistake in his lessons from lesson one, for he teaches comprehension by first giving the “Irab” and “Tashkeel” notation as props and crutches in the words and sentences, and then intelligently takes them away in the exercises to help the students memorize the grammar construction and vocabulary of that lesson.  He introduces grammatical principles and new words naturally and selectively in the early part of the lessons to mimic how a student will find them in his independent readings and speech, and then he formally gives the principles and lists of new words at the end of the lesson, which is an very intelligent manner for introducing new words and grammatical concepts and principles, proven effective in modern didactic research.

Book Two and Book Three build on this base and lead the diligent student to complete proficiency and fluency.  Various other supplementary texts, charts, documents and books are utilized in my teaching of the three Madina books, to enhance the leaning experience and expand vocabulary, comprehension, expression and style. Of course the Madina  Course used at al Jami’ah al Islamiyyah of Madina Saudi Arabia which Dr. V Abdur Raheem developed also used other supplementary subjects and books, which can be seen, studied and downloaded at the official university website, with the complete four stage syllabus here in the following link:


Dr. V Abdur Raheem has taught thousands of students in his years and decades of service to the cause of Allah Most Exalted, even tens of thousands of students, basic then intermediate then advanced Arabic.  Many of his students have become highly proficient and masterfully fluent, and have continued their education to complete degrees in Bachelor of Arts in various colleges of Islamic Studies and in Arabic language, and also Masters and PhD degrees. You can search more about him on the internet from various official and non official sources, may Allah preserve him in all goodness, and please see his personal blog at the following link.


I personally have five levels of students in Arabic language in my method of teaching these books as the base of my teaching platform.
00 “Trainee” Students who need to learn the Arabic alphabet; all the letters and notations; phonetics; the vowels and consonants; all in their various written and spoken forms, combinations, and linguistic rules. This rudimentary level teaches the student to recognize all the Arabic letters with their notations and long and short vowels, and then to be able to read with deliberate, measured exactness, the Book of Allah, the most sacred revelations of the Word of Allah, the Quran, or any text presented to them that has all the notations of “I’rab” and “Tashkeel” provided. All aspects of Arabic phonetics of all alphabet letters of speech are included at this level with the following: notations of “I`rab” (ar Raf’a, al Nasab, al Khafadh [au al Jarr], al Jazm) and the “Tashkeel” notations, including: Fatha; Kasra; Damma, Shadda; Sukoon; Madd; Tanween; Hamzat al Qat’a wa Hamzat al Wasal; at Takhallasu min Iltiqa`a as Sakinain; Huroof al ‘Illah; etc. This level depends upon the aptitude and diligence of the students, with some being able to master this stage in a very short period of instructional time.
01 Beginner Students, who study Book One in 32 to 40 hours of instruction, depending on circumstances and abilities, with supplementary resources, books, charts, diagrams, audio- video recordings, etc. They learn the basics as mentioned above.   The famous grammar book “Al-Ajaroomiyyah” will be referred to in simplified rudimentary lesson form.  They will also learn how to use Arabic Dictionaries, Lexicons, word and verb declension charts, etc
Useful supporting websites for this level include:


02 Intermediate Students, who study Book Two in 32 to 40 hours of instruction, depending on circumstances and abilities, with supplementary resources, books, charts, diagrams, audio- video recordings, etc. They build upon the basics, as mentioned above, and work to increase the level of complexity in expression.  The famous grammar book “Al-Ajaroomiyyah” will be referred to in a step by step manner by mentioning examples, variations and commentaries.

03-A Advanced Students LEVEL ONE, who study Book Three (PART ONE), in 32 to 40 hours of instruction, depending on circumstances and abilities, with supplementary resources, books, charts, diagrams, audio- video recordings, etc. In this level they study the terminology of Arabic grammar and morphology, with formal grammatical analysis, and various practice exercises, and study of selected passages of “Al-Ajaroomiyyah” and other books of note.

03-B Advanced Students LEVEL TWO, who study Book Three (PART TWO) in 32 to 40 hours of instruction, depending on circumstances and abilities, with supplementary resources, books, charts, diagrams, audio- video recordings, etc. This level builds on the previous level, and brings the study to completion giving the student the ability to read, write and speak, independently and at will, according to the diligence of his revision and execution in the preceding stages of learning.  Example texts from the vast selection of Arabic literature, and various genres, will be read and analyzed, insha-Allah (God-willing) in all the preceding.

Useful supporting websites for these levels will be provided in due process.

For more on my humble efforts at tutoring sessions, classes, and instructional aides for learning the Arabic language, please see the following links:





assalaam alaikum
Abu Salman Deya ud-Deen Eberle


Some useful Arabic books of distinction to help learn the Arabic  Language


لكتاب : نزهة الأعين النواظر في علم الوجوه والنظائر
المؤلف : جمال الدين أبي الفرج عبد الرحمن بن الجوزي
دار النشر : مؤسسة الرسالة – لبنان / بيروت – 1404هـ – 1984 م
الطبعة : الأولى
عدد الأجزاء / 1
تحقيق : محمد عبد الكريم كاظم الراضي



الوجوه والنظائر
في القرآن الكريم
د. سليمان بن صالح القرعاوي


and more coming iA (insha-Allah)






This and so much more, insh-Allah


Al-Hamdulillah Rabbil-Alameen

الحمد لله رب العالمين  الذي بعونه تتم الصالحات

والصلاة والسلام  على رسوله المصطفى الأمين وآله وصحبه ومن أتبعهم بإحسان إلى يوم الدين

All praises for Allah by Whose aid are all good deeds completed, and peace and blessings be upon the Messenger Muhammad the Trustworthy One and his family and companions and those who follow them and their way until the Day of Judgment

اللهم صلّ على محمد وعلى آل محمد كما صليت على إبراهيم وعلى آل إبراهيم إنك حميد مجيد وبارك على محمد

وعلى آل محمد كما باركت على إبراهيم وعلى آل إبراهيم إنك حميد مجيد

O Allah send Your Blessings upon Muhammad and the family of Muhammad as you have sent Your Blessings upon Ibraheem and the family of Ibraheem, – Verily you are Praiseworthy, Glorious.  And bless Muhammad and the family of Muhammad as you have blessed Ibraheem and the family of Ibraheem – Verily you are Praiseworthy, Glorious.

اللهم إن كان صوابا فمنك وحدك لا شريك لك و إن كان خطأ فمني و من الشيطان و الله و رسوله منه بريء

…If I have been correct (in the words above) then from You alone who is without partner and if I have made any mistake then it is only from me and from the Shaitaan (Satan), and Allah and His Messenger are entirely absolved and free of it.


We ask Allah, the Most Gracious and Merciful, to accept our good deeds and forgive our misdeeds, only He, the Exalted, is al-Qareeb (the Near One) al-Mujeeb (the Acceptor).   May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon the Messenger of Allah, Muhammad, and upon his family, his companions and his followers until the Last Day,,,






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