Most asked questions

Q. Why do we learn Arabic?

The Arabic language is the language of the Quran and the Sunnah, and learning it is a religious duty, as Omar Ibn Elkhattab, may Allah be pleased with him, said: «Learn the Arabic language as you learn the obligations and Sunnahs, for it is part of the religion.»
It is the Arabic language, with its grammar, morphology, rhetoric, literature, and expression, that serves as a means to understand the Quran and the Sunnah.
Hence the significance of learning this noble language. Through it, you can comprehend Friday sermons, and by learning Arabic, you can study and understand the Quran and Hadiths.
In this language, a Muslim can read the Quran and grasp the teachings of scholars.
The Arabic language is the richest, most comprehensive, and most beautiful language in the world. The Arabic language is rich in profound meanings, not fully accessible in other languages.
Abou Mansour Al Tha'alibi said: «He who loves Allah - the Most High - loves His Prophet – صلى الله عليه و سلم - and he who loves the Arab Prophet loves the Arabs, and he who loves the Arabs loves the Arabic language in which the best book was revealed to the best Arabs and non-Arabs, and he who loves the Arabic language takes care of it and perseveres in it, and exerts effort towards it. And he whom Allah guided to Islam, opened his heart to faith, and granted him a good foundation, firmly believes that Muhammad – صلى الله عليه و سلم - is the best of messengers, Islam is the best of religions, the Arabs are the best of nations, and the Arabic language is the best of languages. Striving to understand this language is part of the religion as it is the tool for knowledge, a key to understanding the religion, and a cause for reform in this life and the hereafter.» (Fiqh Al-Lougha wa sirr-al-'arabiya, p. 29)
Therefore, a Muslim must be a true speaker of literary Arabic.
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Q. How to learn Arabic easily?

To learn the Arabic language easily, you should follow a proper method by taking Arabic courses, as this shortens the path and eases the challenges of learning the Arabic language.
Firstly, it's necessary to learn the alphabet correctly, including memorizing the Arabic letters, the proper way to pronounce the alphabet, and writing the alphabet, both simple and composed, in the Arabic vocabulary.
Next, learn the vowel markings (Harakats) of the Arabic letters (Al-Fatha, Dammah, Al-Kasra, and Sokoun), and learn what branches out from these Harakats, which are the letters with Medea, Tanween, and Tashdeed.
After mastering this stage, we move on to learning to read the composed letters of the vocabulary, while memorizing the new vocabulary and then using it in simple sentences. Learn how to construct the correct sentence with this vocabulary and express things that you can speak directly in Arabic.
Next, we proceed to studying sentences from texts and engaging in dialogues to expand the diversification of vocabulary and Arabic styles into useful and beautiful phrases. Reading books of Arabic literature is also part of this.
If you want to learn the Arabic language to read the Quran, understand its meanings, the Sunnah, and the teachings of scholars, you have no choice but to follow what we have mentioned above.
To reach this level, or even to become a teacher to others in the Arabic language, the Daler Eloquence program for teaching Arabic online provides you with the complete method, assigns the suitable teacher for you, and the appropriate level to progress in learning the Arabic language.
This is an suitable opportunity available to you everywhere. The Arabic language comes to you wherever you are, and you don't have to go to the Arabic language.

Q. Is it useful to learn Arabic online? And is it easy?

Learning the Arabic language is a noble endeavor, and it's worth putting effort into it. It's a sign of love for God and His messenger, as Al-Tha'alabi, may Allah have mercy on him, said: «Whoever loves Allah and the Arab Prophet loves the Arabs, and whoever loves the Arabs loves the Arabic language in which Allah revealed the Quran, and in which the Messenger of Islam spoke.»
Furthermore, learning Arabic online aligns with modern technology and is suitable for students due to the features offered by virtual classrooms.
Students can learn the Arabic language at any time and are not limited to a specific time.
They can learn the Arabic language directly with their teacher, benefit from learning correct pronunciation and reading, and ask their teacher about any issues they don't understand.
And the greatest advantage of learning Arabic online is that it's accessible to everyone at any time, and students don't need to travel or go through the hassle of learning the Arabic language in a traditional setting. They can learn it while at home or in their office.
Students can take breaks to review their previous lessons until they master them, and then resume their lessons.

Q. Is it better to learn Arabic privately or in a group?

There's a difference in preference from person to person.
For those interested in conversation and expression, it's better to choose group study.
However, that doesn't mean that private lessons don't include conversation. In private lessons, the teacher acts as a partner to engage in dialogue and discuss various topics between the teacher and the student.
Among the advantages of private Arabic lessons:

  • Benefit from uninterrupted time with the teacher.
  • Ensure that the teacher explains according to the student's ability and the speed of understanding and absorption.
  • Open dialogues with the teacher and ensure that the teacher corrects any mistakes the student makes while reading or speaking in Arabic.
  • The teacher is dedicated to the student.
  • Make rapid progress in learning the Arabic language and the rules of grammar and morphology.

Q. Can children learn Arabic online?

Experience has proven that a child, starting from the age of 4, can learn Arabic and the Quran online, and make rapid and easy progress.

Q. What are the steps of learning the Arabic language for children?

Children learn the Arabic language starting with the alphabet, memorizing and repeating the letters with a teacher specialized in teaching children. They also learn to write Arabic letters and the form of the letter at the beginning, middle, and end of a word.
Then, in the stage of learning movements of all kinds, children learn to write letters with movements and read them correctly.
They then learn Al-Madud, Al-Shadda, Al-Shamsyah, and Al-Qamaria.
Next, they learn vocabulary and memorize it by using it in simple sentences appropriate to their level.
After that, they move on to the stage of expression and comprehension, where they start speaking the Arabic language in simple and simplified terms. They express part of what they want in the Arabic language and engage in dialogues with their teacher and from there with their friends and family at home.
They then study expression alongside grammar.
Eventually, they transition to the adult section.

Q. What do I gain after completing the program?

  • You can read and write Arabic fluently.
  • You'll have a vast collection of vocabulary, phrases, wisdom, and proverbs from the Arabic language.
  • You'll be able to pronounce Arabic words correctly and recognize the difference in meaning when they are mispronounced.
  • You'll have a good understanding of the Quran.
  • You'll understand the general meaning of the Quran.
  • You can enjoy the pleasure of reading.
  • Experience the beauty of the Arabic language and its methods of reading and listening.
  • Easily engage in dialogue with anyone in Arabic.
  • Become capable of understanding lessons from scholars and Friday sermons.
  • Ask and discuss various subjects in Arabic.
  • You'll master the rules of grammar, morphology, and rhetoric.