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Illustrator: Adan Baji Edition 1

A R A B I C T H RO U G H
S TO R I E S
Chand Mohammed
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Preface

Learning Arabic is generally considered as a very


difficult task. While this may be true, we believe that
the difficulty of this pursuit is a result of the teaching
methods and techniques that are used in teaching this
language. This is not only true of students who attempt
to self-teach the language but is also true for students
who study Arabic full time or even travel overseas to
learn the language.

A common mistake that many students make is that


they attempt to learn a language rather than try to
acquire it; and there is a significant difference between
language learning and the acquisition of it. Language
learning occurs through instructions and rules, whereas
language acquisition happens through a subconscious
and natural process.

With this program I hope that I can reshape how the


Arabic language is commonly taught. This program
aims to teach the language through 100s of stories that
increase in complexity from level to level.
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Through the context of the stories and using various


activities all the significant components that makeup
the Arabic language will be explored and expounded
upon. Thus, fulfilling my role in helping the student to
not only learn the most complex rules of Arabic but to
also acquire it over a period of time.

The online program is a complete course that


enables students to make a remarkable journey out of
their endeavors. At the end of their journey they will be
capable of not only living the language on a daily basis
but also of understanding the most intricate nuances of
the Quran. Therefore, it should be obvious that this
journey will take time and students should be willing to
give a little more than a few years to fully acquire
mastery of the Arabic language.

Consequently, the program comes with many


innovative and adaptive resources for students to keep
in constant touch with all the material they learn.

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In conclusion, I would like to acknowledge that many of
the stories in this course have been adopted from a
variety of existing books and would like to express my
thanks for them. I would also like to thank my family
and students. I would like to thank especially Mrs.
Shahnaaz Shaik, Mominah Shaik, Yusuf Shaik,
Abdullah Shaik, Mrs. Nazima Gurukambal, Adan Baji,
Khizar Baji, Adib Baji, Matin Bajighar, Nimra Shehzad
and Khaja Husain, because I would not have considered
this major undertaking without their help.

We pray that Allah the Almighty, accept this effort


from us and make it a means to attain his pleasure.

We welcome your suggestions and support.

Please use these books for your personal use only.


For any other purpose, kindly contact us

Website: www.askQuran.com
Email: arabicthroughstories@gmail.com

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1. Make sentences ( ) using words ()


and phrases ()

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2. Answer the following questions

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) into ( 3. Rearrange the words


)( meaningful sentences















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) nouns and write ( 4. Identify 5 definite


) form. ( their indefinite

) nouns and write ( 5. Identify 2 indefinite


) form. ( their definite

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6. Identify adjectives ()
from the story and
write their opposites.

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7. Translate the sentences into Arabic


ENGLISH

I felt thirsty and searched for water


ENGLISH

I threw the old small ball


ENGLISH

I found my book under the old table



ENGLISH

We could not go to the school today.


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) and expressions ( 8. Connect sentences


) with their type (

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9. Who is the doer ( ) of the verbs


( ) below and what is its sign

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Chand Mohammed is the


founder of ATS. He studied
Arabic for about five years
under teachers from Egypt.
He has been teaching since 2009. His dream
is to provide free world class tools to learn
Arabic for everyone and everywhere.