"It's Easy To Commit To Your Arabic Studies When You Know EXACTLY What Makes Arabic Unique And Superior"
We help students of the Arabic language experience the confidence and joy that comes from understanding an actual Arabic book within 21 days, all without time consuming homework, pointless exercises and tedious memorization.
Are You Making This Big Mistake In Learning Arabic?
The single biggest cause for failure in learning classical Arabic is to progress from the simple to the complex without having any big picture of how the language works, and the fastest and most results-certain approach is to isolate from the language a core and a central theme and learn that first.
- Mufti Yusuf Mullan
Your current approach to studying Arabic that's holding you back in all sorts of ways:
Where you finally break through the start-up phase and experience the following:
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How It Works
The following 7 steps summarize how we'll get you out of the beginner phase and eventually help you achieve incredibly high levels of proficiency:
STEP 1: Study The CORE and Central Theme Of How The Language Works
When you learn this core and central theme first, you will have a bird's eye view of the entire language. Then each time a new rule or pattern is introduced, it’s not going to be just a random piece of information that needs to be memorized. It’s now a key piece of the big picture that you eagerly grasp and put into place to make your understanding of the language clearer and clearer.
STEP 2: Begin Your First Arabic Book In The Third Week Of Class
As you see the rules that you’ve learned come alive in the pages of this story book, your enthusiasm level will go through the roof. Not only that, but you’ll have a perfect opportunity to learn the rest of the language organically and contextually, based on need and necessity, as the author gradually brings more and more complex structures.
STEP 3: Complete A 132 Page Classical Book In Grammar, Cover To Cover
Text: Hidayah an-Nahw
In the second semester (roughly the 7th month of study), we take everything we’ve learned in grammar and morphology and put it into practice as we start reading our first unvoweled text (i.e. without tashkeel, harakaat or zabr, zer and pesh). This is where you'll learn to think at the level of the scholars.
STEP 4: Dive Deep Into The Meanings Of The Qur’an
Here we will be going through the verses of the Qur’an and learning about rhetorical devices and language patterns. We will cover two large surahs from the Qur’an with a very thorough grammatical and rhetorical analysis. The themes, language patterns and rhetorical devices you’ll learn about in these verses will equip you to understand hundreds of other verses like them.
STEP 5: Master Classical Logic And The Modes Of Argument
Studying mantiq will deepen your appreciation of the Qur’an. Because entire sequences of verses within the Qur’an are formatted based on the rules of Logic. When you understand exactly why a particular argument leads to its conclusion you will appreciate the argument to a much higher degree. You’ll go beyond satisfaction into absolute certitude.
STEP 6: Attain True Proficiency Through Second Grammar Text
Text: Ibn Aqeel’s commentary on the Alfiyyah of Ibn Malik.
Because this commentary is quite easy to understand, you’ll be able to focus your efforts on getting more proficient at reading quickly. Our aim is to gradually wean you off of conscious deciphering – and take you to the point where the deciphering becomes subconscious. So you can read and understand Arabic as quickly and easily as you do English.
STEP 7: Arabic Rhetoric (balaagha) Or The Study Of Eloquence
Text: Mukhtasar Al-Ma’aaniImam Taftazani’s commentary on al-Qazweeni’s Talkhees Al Miftah
Rhetoric is the most exalted and noble area of study concerning the Arabic language. It is said that it is through the principles of Rhetoric (balaagha) that “the veils are removed from the faces of miraculousness within the verses of the Qur’an”.
The study of balaagha will open up a whole new world for you, exposing you to the most wondrous things. We’ve saved this text for the final months of Year 2 so that you’ll have something exciting to look forward to.
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