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In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful

UNDERSTAND QUR’AN
For Elementary School Children
(Book-1)

With transliteration
A simple starter course for Elementary School children
based on Daily Recitations.

Compiled by
Dr. Abdulazeez Abdulraheem

Reviewed by
Dr. Syed Shah Taqiuddin Ahmad Al-Firdawsi An-Nadwi Al-Maneri
Head, Dept. of Arabic & Islamic Studies, IIS, Dammam, KSA
&
Dr. Abdul-Moiz
(Graduate, Jamia Nizamia, Ph.D. Osmania Univeristy, Hyderabad)
Lecturer, Department of Arabic, Delhi University

Understand Qur’an Academy – Hyderabad, INDIA


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In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful

TABLE OF CONTENTS – TEXTBOOK

Foreword .................................................................................................... iv
Preface ........................................................................................................v
Transliteration Table .................................................................................... vi
Qur’anic Surahs
Sessions 1 (Al-Fatihah 1-4; Detached pronouns-Masculine gender) ................. 1
Sessions 2 (Al-Fatihah 5-7; Singular and plural-Masculine gender) .................. 3
Sessions 3 (Al-Kawthar; Detached pronouns-Feminine gender) ....................... 5
Sessions 4 (Al-Ikhlaas; Singular and plural-Feminine gender).......................... 7
Sessions 5 (Al-Falaq; Attached pronouns)...................................................... 9
Sessions 6 (An-Naas; Attached pronouns) ....................................................11
Parts of Salah
Sessions 7 (Before & After Wudu; Attached pronouns) ..................................13
Sessions 8 (Iqamah; Attached pronouns with a preposition) ..........................15
Sessions 9 (Starting prayer; Attached pronouns with a preposition) ...............17
Sessions 10 (Rukoo’ and Sujood; Attached pronouns with a preposition) ........19

TABLE OF CONTENTS – WORKBOOK


SESSIONS 1-10 .................................................................................WB 2-15
Quiz-1 .......................................................................................................12
Quiz-2 .......................................................................................................13
Quiz-3 .......................................................................................................14
Final Exam .................................................................................................15

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‫‪FOREWORD‬‬

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‫  ا
ا  ا‪ .‬ا 
ر ّ‬
‫و * و) أ' ‪ .%‬أّ‪:% $‬‬

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‬ ‫ن ا‪+ ّ-‬‬
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‫وّ أر‪$  A‬ن ا@‪$‬ر‪ ,‬ر?‪ ,‬ا
‪ -‬إ ‪ ّ% =' ,-‬ا‪2‬م ‪$@$‬ر" وآ‪$‬ن ‪ '!6‬ا@‪"8$ "=$‬‬
‫ا@‪$‬ر"‪.‬‬

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‫‪ N‬و‪.=$#$‬‬
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‫ا‪ّ E "Q‬‬

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‫‪ C‬إذا آ‪$‬ن ‪ "8$ $ً $‬ا‪ " %‬و ‪ $>%‬وآ‪X5‬‬
‫ا;‪  @< 36 6‬أ‪$‬م ‪$‬ت !‪ MP! 6 C "-‬أن ‪$3!6‬وزه‪ $‬إ ّ‬
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‫ا‪ ,@4 "-'E‬ه‪ 5‬ا‪  "$‬ا !' أن ‪!6‬ي @  ا*ن ا;‪  6‬ا
 ّ‪$‬س ر?‪ ,‬ا
‪\ -‬‬
‫ن ا‪ %Q‬د‪6‬ان ا‪%‬ب" و! ا‪ %Q‬ا‪# , %‬‬ ‫‪$#‬ل‪" :‬إذا ا!‪ 4 ; a8‬ا*ن `‪,‬ء ‪$4‬ر'‪%‬ا إ ا‪ّ E %Q‬‬
‫‪ b% 6 C‬ا !' \ ‪ #‬ا!‪  08‬اّ‪ " $‬ر?ان ا
> @دات ‪6‬ة وردت ‪ ,4‬ا*ن ا;‪6‬‬
‫وه ‪ C‬زاا  > ‪ "8$‬ا‪ ,4 " %‬أ)>‪ $‬ا‪E‬و‪   %4 .‬ا‪$Pd‬ب ر?‪ ,‬ا
‪ Ac $- -‬‬
‫‪$4" -%‬آ>" وأ ّ‪$# "$‬ل‪ C :‬أدري ‪ $‬ا‪E‬ب‪.‬‬

‫وه‪$-‬ك أ‪$ 3 "%! $6$[# $ً[6‬ل ا‪ "8‬و‪5‬و !>‪ $‬و=‪$3‬وز ه‪ 5‬ا[‪  eP!6 $6$‬ا !' أن ‪;6‬ن !‪ $ً-‬إ=‪$ً<$‬‬
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‫ا‪ " %‬و‪ "4%‬ار>‪ $‬ا‪ "6-‬وا‪) "4‬ارس ا;‪ "4‬واة وا‪$3‬ز( ‪ M‬إ=‪ ,4 <$‬م ا*ن‬
‫ن  ا‪$‬ه ا‪ ,<$'3‬ه أ‪ A[4‬‬ ‫‪X‬أّ‬ ‫ا;‪ 6‬و‪ !4%‬ا‪ k$-‬وا ‪ -‬خ وا!آ‪ e‬وا‪ Y-‬ا*<‪ ,‬و‪ّ ` C‬‬
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‫ا*<" و=ر‪ 8 $> 6‬ا‪ "8$ p$-‬ا‪." %‬‬

‫و ‪ %‬ه‪ 5‬ا " أ‪#‬م إ; ‪>3‬دات اآ!ر ‪ /‬ا‪ r6r%‬ا @‪ Y‬ا
\ ‪Q= #‬ف !‪ 6‬آ!‪ $‬‬
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‫ا‪ As$‬ا‪!;2‬و<" ا‪!$4 "R6‬ا‪>3 $ً4‬دا= أ‪L‬ل ا
أن ‪ ّ %6‬ا‪ $> M@-‬وأن ‪ A%36‬ا ‪$ً$T $>4 ,%‬‬
‫‪,‬‬
‫‪
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‫ا‪.Y%‬‬

‫اآ!ر‪ ,= $`  /‬ا‪ 6‬أ  ا@دو‪ ,‬ا‪-‬وي ا ‪-‬ى‬


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‫ا ;" ا‪ " %‬ا ‪%‬د‪."6‬‬

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In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful

PREFACE
All praise be to Allah, the Creator and Sustainer of this universe, and may peace and blessings of Allah be upon his Prophet,
Muhammad.
Allah says very explicitly in His Book, "(This is) a Book (the Qur'an) which We have sent down to you, full of blessings that
they may ponder over its verses, and that men of understanding may remember [38:29]." If we don't understand the
Book, how can we ponder on its verses! Ahadeeth also emphasize the learning of the Qur’an. The Prophet of Allah,
Muhammad, pbuh, said, "The best among you are those who have learnt the Qur'an and teach it (to others)" [Bukhari].
This book is written as a simple starter course towards understanding the Qur’an for elementary school children. We plan to
present 3 books, one each for Grade 3rd, 4th, and 5th, respectively. In these three books we will cover Daily Recitations, i.e.,
Surah Al-Fatihah and the last 10 Surahs; Parts of Salah; and Daily Supplications. The syllabus for the three years is
distributed in such a way that easier parts are covered first. Consequently, the book for Grade 3 contains five Surahs,
simple parts of Salah, and brief supplications.
Each session contain three parts: (1) Spoken Arabic which contains mostly conventional Arabic phrases; (2) Grammar; and
(3) Daily Recitations. Each of these three parts can be taught in a completely interactive mode.
Fortunately, a Muslim spends almost AN HOUR (the cumulative time for the five daily prayers) EVERYDAY talking WITH
ALLAH, our Creator, in Arabic!!! Therefore, we strongly believe that teaching of the Arabic language for a Muslim should
start with these parts. There are numerous benefits of using this approach such as:
(i) Practice is an extremely important factor in learning a new language. During the daily prayers, we repeat
about 150 to 200 Arabic words (about 50 sentences). By understanding these parts, we will familiarize
ourselves with the structure and style of Arabic language.
(ii) We will instantly feel the effect of this language learning in our day-to-day life. This sense of achievement
cannot be felt in any Arabic learning course that is based on any other material.
It is extremely important to develop a positive attitude towards learning a new language with enthusiasm. Consequently,
each session starts with a conventional phrase or sentence from Spoken Arabic. These sentences will give a good start for a
beginner. A majority of the words used in these sentences occur in Al-Qur’an.
Another UNIQUE approach of this course is the way Arabic Grammar is taught. Using TPI (Total Physical Interaction),
the students are taught pronouns and the complete conjugation table for verbs. Using this approach, learning grammar
becomes fun and excitement rather than that of boring exercise.
The students should be strongly encouraged to do the following homeworks EVERYDAY:
1. At least FIVE minutes study of the Word-for-Word translation from this book.
2. At least FIVE minutes recitation of the Qur'an from the Mushaf that has no translation.
3. At least FIVE minutes recitation of the Qur'an from memory during activities such as walking.

We are planning to release a teacher’s manual for this course. May Allah help us achieve that target as soon as possible. If
you are a teacher, we will really appreciate your input in this regard.
Many people have contributed in the compilation and review of this course. Sister Aisha Fozia helped me in editing the
book. My son, Sulaiman also helped me during review. I would like to thank several teachers whose input was crucial in
getting this book compatible with elementary school students. May Allah reward them all. May He also protect us from
errors and forgive us if they have occurred in this book. If you find any error, please notify us so that it can be rectified in
future editions. We will really appreciate and pray for you for your suggestions and comments.

Abdulazeez Abdulraheem
August 06, 2004.
Selected References:
1. Learn the Language of the Holy Qur’an. Abdullah Abbas Nadwi. Chicago: Iqra International Educational Fdn., 1995.
2. Vocabulary of the Holy Qur’an. Dr. Abdullah Abbas Nadwi. Iqra International Educational Foundation, Chicago. 1996.
3. Access to Qur’anic Arabic. AbdulWahid Hamid. Muslim Educational & Literary Services (MELS), London, UK, 1998.
4. ‫    ظ ا  ن ا
 ودرت‬Dr. M. H. Abulfatooh. Arabic Language Institute of King Saud University.
Maktaba Lebanon, Lebanon (1990).

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TRANSLITERATION TABLE
• IMPORTANT: Study the rules given below carefully. There are some words which have to be pronounced differently. It
may appear to be similar to an English word but its pronunciation may be different. The key given below represents the
sound and not the name of a letter. For example, m represents the sound of letter ‫ ; م‬the name of the letter is Meem.
• The sign of hamzah is ('), as used in English at the end of a quotation. The sign for ‫ ع‬is (`), as used at
the start of a quotation.
• Any word repeated represents Tashdeed are shown as with a dash in between them (ex. b-b, l-l, etc.). They should be
repeated with a double force. Double m (mm or m-m) and double n (nn or n-n) should be pronounced with a gunnah
(long sound from the nose).
BASIC TABLE ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT NOTES
Arabic Translit- Example (** means no direct equivalent in Arabic Translit-
Example
letter eration English language) letter eration
‫أ‬ ' ** (Hamzah) 'Allah: َ‫ا‬ -َ a fathah (zabar) sound as in ba = ‫ب‬
َ
‫ب‬ b bless ‫َا‬- aa baa = َ
‫ت‬ t ** taubah: َ
ْ َ -ِ i kasrah (zair) sound as in bi = ‫ب‬
ِ
‫ث‬ ¦ ** kaw-¦ar: َ
ْ ‫َآ‬ ‫ِي‬- ee bee = ِ (as in keen; seen)
‫ج‬ j just -ُ u Dhamma (pesh) sound as in bu = ُ‫ب‬
‫ح‬ … ** ‫ُو‬- oo boo =
ُ (as in zoo; tool)
‫خ‬ kh ** maa khalaÂ: َ
َ َ
‫د‬ d ** (french d) Al-´amdu lillaahi: ِ ِ ُْ 
َ ْ ‫َا‬ aaa (madd sound): Æaaalleeen: !
‫ذ‬ ’ A`oo’u billahi: 
ِ ِ ُ‫ُ
ذ‬#‫َأ‬ eee (madd sound)
‫ر‬ r (spanish r) Ar-raheem: %ِ&
ِ  ‫ا‬ ooo (madd sound)
‫ز‬ z zoo
kaw-¦ar: َ
ْ ‫( َآ‬the sound should like than
‫س‬ s sit ْ‫َ_ و‬ aw in SOUTH)
Ãayril maÄÆubi: ‫ب‬ ِ
ُ'(ْ َ ْ ‫) ْ ِ ا‬
َ (The sound
‫ش‬ sh show ْ‫َ_ي‬ ay should be like that in Dubai)
Note: Bay (pronounced as by) =  ْ َ
‫ص‬ ‹ ** Širaa¨ : ‫ط‬
َ ‫ َا‬+
ِ
Ba ( ) + y (as in my). may = my; kay = ky
َ‫ب‬

‫ض‬ Æ ** wa laÆ-Æaaalleeen: ِّ'‫ ا‬-


َ ‫َو‬ ‫َأ‬ 'a Hamzah with fathah: 'Allah: َ‫ا‬
‫ط‬ ¨ ** Širaa¨al Musta-Âeem: %ِ/0َ 1
ْ ُْ ‫ط ا‬
َ ‫ َا‬+
ِ ‫ِإ‬ 'i 'ila = 2َ‫ِإ‬
‫ظ‬ – ** –ulm: %ُْ4 ; 'a–lama: %َ َ4
ْ ‫َأ‬ ‫ُأ‬ 'u 'unzila = ‫ َل‬6ِ 7ْ ُ‫أ‬
‫ع‬ ` ** `alaa: 2َ#
َ ; ja-`ala: 8
َ 9َ :
َ ; ra`-d : ْ#‫; َر‬
‫غ‬ Ä ** Ãayril maÄÆubi: ‫ب‬
ِ
ُ'(ْ َ ْ ‫) ْ ِ ا‬
َ ْ‫ع‬ ` ta`budoon : ‫=ُُون‬9ْ َ ; ta`lamoon : ‫َُ
ن‬9ْ َ
‫ف‬ f fit ‫ع‬
َ `a `alaa: 2َ#
َ ; ja-`ala: 8
َ 9َ :
َ
‫ق‬ Â ** Âur’an: ‫?ُ >ن‬ ‫ع‬
ِ `i `ilm: %ْ#
ِ
‫ك‬ k king ‫ع‬
ُ `u fil`uÂad: َ/ُ9ْ ‫@ِ ا‬
‫ل‬ l lamp
َ `aa `aabidoon: ‫َ ُِون‬#
‫م‬ m man  ِ `ee `eed mubarak: ‫ِ ُ=َرك‬#
‫ن‬ n night  ُ `oo A`oo’u billahi: 
ِ ِ ُ‫ُ
ذ‬#‫َأ‬
‫و‬ w water
noon with ikhfaa (Tajweed ); noon needs
 h health - ْ‫ن‬ º to be suppressed) miº-sharr َB  ْ ِ
meem with ikhfaa (Tajweed );
‫ي‬ y yatch - ْ‫م‬ É tarmeehiÉ-bi-hijaarah: ‫َرَة‬D
ِ ِ %ْ Eِ ِ ْ َ

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SESSION – 01 SURAH 1: AL-FATIHAH (Verses 1-4)

III. The Main Lesson: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP), i.e., read the Arabic text,
translate each Arabic word one-by-one, and then translate the whole sentence without repeating
the Arabic text.

       


* I seek refuge in
Allah from Satan, 'A-`oo-’u bil-laa-hi mi-nash-shai-¨aa-nir ra-jeem.
the outcast. the outcast. from Satan, in Allah I seek refuge

---------------------- ************* The opening   !" #***********


1. In the name of
Allah, the Most (()   '  &% ' 

  $

Gracious, the
Bis-mil-laa-hir- Ra…-maa-nir Ra-…eem.
Most Merciful.
the Most Merciful. the Most Gracious, Allah, In the name of
2. All the praises
and thanks be to (1) /
 &  0 .
- "

,& 
 
Allah, the Lord of
the worlds. Rab-bil `Aa-la-meen. lil-laa-hi Al-…am-du
(of) the worlds. the Lord (be) to Allah, (All) the praises and thanks
3. The Most
Gracious, the (2)   '  &% ' 
Most Merciful.
Ra-…eem. 'Ar-Ra…-maa-nir
the Most Merciful. The Most Gracious,

4. The Master of (6)  5,-  4  5 3


 
the day of
Judgment. Yaw-mid-deen. Maa-li-ki
(of) the Judgment. (of the) day (The) Master

II. Spoken Arabic: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP), i.e., read the Arabic text, translate
each Arabic word one-by-one, and then translate the whole sentence without repeating the Arabic
text.

When you meet someone you say:

 & ' " 7  8 9  4:


 $
wa-ra…-ma-tul-laah `a-lay-kum 'as-sa-laa-mu
of Allah and mercy on you all Peace be

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III. Grammar: Learn using Total Physical Interaction (TPI), i.e., See it; Think it; Say it; Show
it; and Read it with others. Use the following guidelines for showing what you mean. It will make
the learning of these words extremely easy as well as enjoyable.

1. When you say  ; (he ), point the index finger of the right hand towards your right as if

there is a person sitting on your right. When you say  ; (they ), point all the four fingers
of your right hand towards your right. In a class, both the teacher and the student should

practice this together.

2. When you say <


 = (you), point the index finger of your right hand towards your front.
When you say 
 >= (you all), point all the four fingers of your right hand towards your
front. In a class, the teacher should point his fingers towards the students and the

students should point their fingers towards the teacher.

3. When you say = (I), point the index finger of your right hand towards yourself. When

you say 


 = (we) point all the four fingers of your right hand towards yourself.

Please note that the following six pronouns have occurred 1160 times in the Qur’an.

Detached / Personal Pronouns No. Person

he
 ; sr.
hu-wa
3rd
they
 ; pl.
hum

you
<
 = sr.
'an-ta
2nd
you all
 >= pl.
'an-tum

I
= sr.
'a-na
1st
we

 = dl., pl.
na…-nu

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SESSION – 02 SURAH 1: AL-FATIHAH (Verses 5-7)

I. The Main Lesson: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP). Learn the meanings of new words
and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

     
   

5. You alone do
(B) /0 >$
 = ? 5@ 7 ,A0 = ? 5@
we worship and nas-ta-`een. wa 'iy-yaa-ka na`-bu-du 'Iy-yaa-ka
You alone do we
we ask for help. and You alone we worship You alone
ask for help.

(F)   E>$
 & D
 C
-  =, ; 
6. Guide us to the 'Ih-di-na‹-Ši-raa-¨al Mus-ta-Âeem.
straight path.
the straight. the path, Guide us (to)

7. The path of
 J  9  <
 & 0 =  5 HI D
 G

those You have `a-lay-him 'an-`am-ta Ši-raa-¨al-la-’ee-na
bestowed your
on them; You (have) bestowed favors (of) those (The) path
favors on them;

not of those who  J  9  .


LM &    K
earned (Your)
`a-lay-him Ãay-ril-maÄ-Æoo-bi
wrath on
themselves nor of on them (of) those who earned wrath not

(P) /
 - OL N 7
those who go
astray.

wa laÆ-Æaaal-leeen.
those who go astray. [and] nor of

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II. Spoken Arabic: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP).

When someone says Salam to you, you respond with:

Q R 7

 & ' " 7 4:


 $ 8 9  7
wa-ba-ra-kaa-tuh wa-ra…-ma-tul-laa-hi wa-`a-lay-ku-mus-sa-laam
and His blessings of Allah and mercy peace And on you

III. Grammar: Learn using Total Physical Interaction (TPI): See it; Think it; Say it; Show it;

Pronouns (with examples) No. Person

He is a Muslim.
 9$
   ; sr.

hu-wa mus-lim
rd

&9 $
   ;
3

They are Muslims. pl.

hum mus-li-moon

You are a Muslim.


 9$
  <
 = sr.

'an-ta mus-lim
nd

&9 $
   >=
2

You are Muslims. pl.

'an-tum mus-li-moon

I am a Muslim.
 9$
  = sr.

'a-na mus-lim
st

&9 $
  
 =
1

We are Muslims.
dl.,

pl.

na…-nu mus-li-moon

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SESSION – 3 SURAH 108: AL-KAWTHAR

I. The Main Lesson: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP). Learn the meanings of new words
and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

************** The abundance S 8  !" # **************


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1. Indeed, We
have granted (()  S 8  ? T    O=@
you Al-Kawthar.
'a`-¨ay-naa-kal-kaw-¦ar. 'In-naaa
Al-Kawthar. [We] have granted you Indeed, We
2. Therefore pray
to your Lord and (1)  
 =7 3
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sacrifice (to Him
alone). wan-…ar. li-Rab-bi-ka Fa-‹al-li
and sacrifice (to Him alone). to your Lord Therefore pray
3. Indeed, your
enemy, he is (2) > Y  ; 3
 W= X I @
cut-off (the one
without hu-wal-'ab-tar. shaa-ni-'a-ka 'In-na
posterity). (is) cut-off. he your enemy, Indeed,

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II. Spoken Arabic: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP).

Say the following: 1) when you start anything; 2) when you see something good in others.

IN@ !  Z N \
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 :(
'il-laa bil-laah Laa Âuw-wa-ta Maa-shaa-'al-laa-hu bis-mil-laah
except with Allah. no power As Allah wills, In the name of Allah.

III. Grammar: Learn using Total Physical Interaction (TPI): See it; Think it; Say it; Show it;

You have used your right hand for showing the masculine gender forms. Now use the left hand for
showing feminine gender forms.

Detached / Personal Pronouns No. Person

she
_ ; sr.
hi-ya
3rd
they
; pl.
hun-na

you
<
= sr.
'an-ti
2nd
you all
>= pl.
'an-tun-na

I
= sr.
'ana
1st
we

 = dl., pl.
na…-nu

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SESSION – 4 SURAH 112: AL-IKHLAAS

I. The Main Lesson: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP). Learn the meanings of new words
and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

********* The Sincerity of Faith 


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1. Say, “He is (() ,̀' \


  ; U Z
Allah, [Who is]
One. 'A-…ad. Hu-wal-laa-hu Ául
One. (is) Allah, “He Say,
2. Allah, the Self-
Sufficient. (2) , 5  7 , 9 5   (1) ,& C \

3. He did neither
beget and nor wa lam yoo-lad. Lam-ya-lid 'Al-laa-hu‹-Ša-mad.
is He is He begotten, and nor He did neither beget Allah, the Self-Sufficient.
begotten, 
(6) ,̀' aR QI 85   7
4. And there is
none 'a-…ad. ku-fu wan Wa lam ya-kul-la-Hoo
comparable anyone. comparable unto Him And (there) is not
unto Him.”

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II. Spoken Arabic: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP).

Say the following: (1) during times of trouble; (2) by way of saying good-bye, after saying Salaam.

IN@ ! Z N 7 b  ' N :(


il-la bil-laah wa laa Âuw-wa-ta Laa …aw-la
except with Allah. and no power There is no strength

  _ V :1
'a-maa-nil-lah fee
the protection of Allah. (May you be) in

III. Grammar: Learn using Total Physical Interaction (TPI): See it; Think it; Say it; Show it;

Learn the following using TPI. Use the left hand for showing feminine gender forms.

Pronouns (with examples) No. Person

She is a Muslim.
&9 $
  _ ; sr.

hi-ya mus-li-mah
rd

c &9 $
  ;
3

They are Muslims. pl.

hun-na mus-li-maat

You are a Muslim.


&9 $
  <
= sr.

'an-ti mus-li-mah
nd

c &9 $
  >=
2

You are Muslims. pl.

'an-tun-na mus-li-maat

I am a Muslim.
&9 $
  = sr.

'a-na mus-li-mah
st

c &9 $
  
 =
1

We are Muslims.
dl.,

pl.

na…-nu mus-li-maat

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SESSION – 5 SURAH 113: AL-FALAQ

I. The Main Lesson: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP). Learn the meanings of new words
and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

********************* The Daybreak  


 
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(() d 9   .
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1. Say, “I seek
refuge in the bi-Rab-bil-fa-laÂ. 'a-`oo-’u Ául
Lord of the (of) the daybreak, in (the) Lord “I seek refuge Say,
daybreak
(1) d 9 e  - X  
2. From the evil of
that which He kha-laÂ. maa shar-ri Miº-
created; He created; (of) that which (the) evil From

3. And from the


evil of darkness
( 2) g
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when it is wa-Âab. 'i-’aa Äaa-si-Âin shar-ri Wa miº
intense, it becomes intense, when (of) darkness (the) evil And from

4. And from the


evil of those who
(6) , E 0 _ V c
S IT - X  7
blow in the fil-`u-Âad. Wa miº-shar-rin-naf-faa-¦aa-ti
knots, the knots, in (of) those who blow And from (the) evil

5. And from the


evil of the envier
(B) , $
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when he envies.” …a-sad. 'i-’aa …aa-si-din Wa miº-shar-ri
he envies. when (of) the envier And from the evil

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II. Spoken Arabic: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP).

While taking oath (1) or (2):

  h0 

7 :1

7 :i
wal-laa-hil-`a-–eem Wal-laa-hi
By Allah, the Great By Allah.

III. Grammar: Learn using Total Physical Interaction (TPI): See it; Think it; Say it; Show it;

Please note that the following six attached pronouns have occurred thousands of times in the
Qur’an.

Attached/Possessive
Lord ... +
  Pronouns

his Lord
Qj " his 


Rab-bu-hoo ...hee ...hoo

their Lord
 Jj " their
    
Rab-bu-hum ...hum ...him

your Lord
3j " your

---
Rab-bu-ka ....ka

your Lord
 8j " your
 ---
Rab-bu-kum ...kum

my Lord
_ - " my
---
Rab-bee ...ee

our Lord
Tj " our
 ---
Rab-bu-naa ...naa

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SESSION – 6 SURAH 114: AN-NAAS

I. The Main Lesson: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP). Learn the meanings of new words
and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

******************* The Mankind   


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1. Say, “I seek ( () k
T .
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refuge in the
Lord of mankind, bi-Rab-bin- naas. 'a-`oo-’u Ául
(of) mankind, in the Lord “I seek refuge Say,
2. The King of
Mankind, ( 2) k
T Q ll
%  @ (1) k
T 3
9 
3. The God of
Mankind, 'I-laa-hin-naas. Ma-li-kin-naas.
of Mankind, (the) God (of) Mankind, (the) King
4. From the evil
of the whisperer, ( 6) k
Tm
  k
#   - X  
the one who
withdraws after Miº-shar-ril-was-waa-sil khan-naas.
whispering – the one who withdraws after whispering – (of) the whisperer, from (the) evil

5. Who whispers ( B) k
T " 7,G _ V k #  5 n HI
into the chests /
hearts of fee-‹u-doo-rin-naas. yu-was-wi-su 'Al-la-’ee
mankind – (of) mankind – into the chests / hearts whispers Who

6. From among (F) k


T7  To
  
Jinn and
mankind.” wan-naa‹. mi-nal-jin-na-ti
and mankind.” From among Jinn

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II. Spoken Arabic: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP).

You may say the following when (1) remembering Allah; (2) thanking Allah and when someone
asks you, “How are you.”

,& 
  :1
 5 :(
'Al-…am-du lil-laah Yaa 'Allaah
(All) the praises and thanks be to Allah. O Allah!

III. Grammar: Learn using Total Physical Interaction (TPI): See it; Think it; Say it; Show it;

Please note that the following six attached pronouns have occurred thousands of times in the
Qur’an. Since they occur in an attached form, they can not be counted alone.

way of life ... + 



his way of life QT5 p
dee-nu-hoo

their way of life  JT5 p


dee-nu-hum

your way of life 3


 T5 p
dee-nu-ka

your way of life  8T5 p


dee-nu-kum

my way of life _T 5 p
dee-nee

our way of life TT5 p


dee-nu-na

Practice also: _ ; (she) and JT5 p (her way of life).

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SESSION – 07 PARTS RELATED TO SALAH: Before & After Wudu

I. The Main Lesson: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP). Learn the meanings of new words
and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

***** 1. Prayer before starting ablution (Wudu) *****


* In the name of
Allah.

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bis-mil-laah.
(of) Allah. In the name
***** 2. Prayer after finishing ablution (Wudu) *****
I bear witness that
there is no god
\
 IN@ Q ll
%  @ IN   ,J X 
except Allah 'il-lal-laa-hu 'i-laa-ha 'al-laa ash-ha-du
alone, there is no
Allah except god (there is) no that I bear witness
partner to Him;
 
and I bear
witness that
I  ,J X 7 Q 3
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Muhammad 'an-na wa-'ash-ha-du la-hoo laa sha-ree-ka Wa…-da-hoo
(pbuh) is His
that and I bear witness to Him; (there is) no partner alone,
slave and His
 
Messenger.
_ T9 0   J r9 Q#" 7 q,A  a,&
 
O Allah! Make me 'Al-laa-hum-maj-`al-nee wa ra-soo-luh. `ab-du-hoo Mu-…am-ma-dan
among those who Make me O Allah! and His Messenger. (is) His slave Muhammad (pbuh)
repent and make
me among those  5 J-  >&   _ T9 0  7 /
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who purify
themselves. mi-nal mu-ta-¨ah-hi-reen. waj-`al-nee mi-nat-taw-waa-bee-na
those who purify themselves. among and make me those who repent among

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II. Spoken Arabic: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP).

You may say (1) or (2) when seeking refuge in Allah.

0= :1

 :(
Na-`oo-’u bil-laah. 'A-`oo-’u bil-laah.
We seek refuge in Allah I seek refuge in Allah

III. Grammar: Learn using Total Physical Interaction (TPI): See it; Think it; Say it; Show it;

Attached pronouns for FEMININE GENDER

Way of life... +  Lord ... +



Attached/Possessive Pronouns

her way of life


JT5 p her Lord
Jj " her
--
Dee-nu-haa Rab-bu-haa ...haa

their way of life


J T5 p their Lord
J j " their
 ---
Dee-nu-hun-na Rab-bu-hun-na ...hun-na

your way of life


3
 T5 p your Lord
3
j " your
 ---
Dee-nu-ki Rab-bu-ki ....ki

your way of life


8 T5p your Lord
8j " your

---
Dee-nu-kun-na Rab-bu-kun-na ...kun-na

my way of life
_ T5 p my Lord
_ - " my
---
Dee-nee Rab-bee ...ee

our way of life


TT5 p our Lord
Tj " our
 ---
Dee-nu-naa Rab-bu-naa ...naa

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SESSION – 08 PARTS RELATED TO SALAH: Iqamah

I. The Main Lesson: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP). Learn the meanings of new words
and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

*** 3. Iqamah ***

* Allah is the  AR  \


 AR  \

greatest. Allah is
the greatest. 'Al-laa-hu 'ak-bar. 'Al-laa-hu 'ak-bar.
Allah is the greatest. Allah is the greatest.
* I bear witness
that there is no  \
 IN@ Q l%l @ IN   ,J X 
god except Allah.
'il-lal-laah. 'i-laa-ha 'al laa 'ash-ha-du
* I bear witness except Allah. god (there is) no that I bear witness
that Muhammad
(pbuh) is the

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  I  ,J X 
Messenger of
Allah. Mu-…am-ma-dar ra-soo-lul-laah. 'an-na 'ash-ha-du
is the Messenger of Allah. Muhammad (pbuh that I bear witness
* Come to the
prayer. t
:
   s9 _'  ! % 9 C s9 _'
* Come to the
prosperity. …ay-ya `a-lal fa-laa…. …ay-ya `a-la‹-‹a-laah.
the prosperity. Come to the prayer. Come to
* Indeed the
prayer is  \ !% 9 C <
 Z , Z \ !% 9 C <
 Z , Z
established.
Indeed the prayer Âad Âaa-ma-ti‹-‹a-laah. Âaa-ma-ti‹-‹a-laah. Âad
is established. Indeed the prayer is established. the prayer is established. Indeed

* Allah is the
greatest. Allah is
\
 IN@ Q l%l @ N  AR  \
 AR  \

the greatest. laa 'i-laa-ha 'il-lal-laah. 'Al-laa-hu 'ak-bar. 'Al-laa-hu 'ak-bar.
* There is no god There is no god except Allah. Allah is the greatest. Allah is the greatest.
except Allah.

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II. Spoken Arabic: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP).

Say the following when (1) you ask for forgiveness of Allah; (2) praising Allah.

 A # :1 ]
  M >#  :(
Sub-…aa-nal-laah 'As-taÄ-fi-rul-laah
Glory be to Allah; Purified is Allah I ask forgiveness of Allah

III. Grammar: Learn using Total Physical Interaction (TPI): See it; Think it; Say it; Show it;

Please note that the preposition for ... +  No. Person

 comes 1367 times attached 


with the following 7 pronouns for him; his
Q sr.

(including ). It may also be la-hoo


rd

 J
3

mentioned that preposition may


for them; their pl.

have other meanings too, when la-hum

3
 
it comes with a verb, etc.
It may also be mentioned here for you; your sr.

that from now onwards we will la-ka


nd

 8
2

focus on singular feminine forms


for you; your pl.

only because the rest of the la-kum


feminine forms are not used
extensivley in the Qur’an. for me; mine
_ sr.

lee
st

T
1

for us; our


dl.,

pl.

la-na

Practice also:   (she) and   (for her)

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SESSION – 9 PARTS RELATED TO SALAH: Starting prayer

I. The Main Lesson: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP). Learn the meanings of new words
and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

***** 4. Starting Prayer for Salah*****

Glorified are You


? , & 
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 = A #
O Allah, and with wa bi-…am-di-ka sub-…aa-na-kal-laa-hum-ma
Your praise;
and with Your praise; O Allah, Glorified are You
and blessed is
Your name; And
?j, s%  07 3
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high is Your jad-du-ka wa ta-`aa-laa wa ta-baa-ra-kas-mu-ka
Majesty;
Your Majesty; And high is Your name; and blessed is
and there is no
god other than
?  K Q ll
%  @ N 7
You. Äay-ru-ka 'i-laa-ha wa laa
other than You. (there is) no god and

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II. Spoken Arabic: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP).

Say the following: (1) when you promise or while expressing desire to do somthing; (2) giving
charity.

 U  A# _ V :1 \
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fee sa-bee-lil-laah. in shaa-'al-laah.
In the path of Allah If Allah wills

III. Grammar: Learn using Total Physical Interaction (TPI): See it; Think it; Say it; Show it;

from ... +  No. Person

Please note that the preposition from him


QT  sr.
3
rd

  comes 3026 times (alone and min-hu


attached with the following 7
from them
 JT 

pl.

pronouns including ). It may


min-hum
also be mentioned that
preposition may have other from you
3
 T  sr.
2
nd

meanings too, when it comes with min-ka

a verb, etc.
from you all
 8T  pl.

min-kum

from me
_T-  sr.
1
st

min-nee

from us
T dl.,

pl.

min-na

Practice also: _ ; (she) and JT  (from her).

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SESSION – 10 PARTS RELATED TO SALAH: Ruku and Sujood

I. The Main Lesson: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP). Learn the meanings of new words
and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

***** 5. Things pronounced When bowing / raising up *****

* Glory be to my   h0  _ - "  A #


Lord, the
rab-bi-yal `a—eem. sub-…aa-na
Magnificent.
the Magnificent. my Lord, Glory be to

* Allah listens to  q,& '  &  \


 u & #
the one who
…a-mi-dah. li-man sa-mi-`al-laa-hu
praised Him.
praised Him. to the one who Allah has listened

* Our Lord, all the  ,& 


  3
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praise be to You.
wa la-kal-…amd. Rab-ba-naa
(be) all the praise. [and] to You Our Lord
-------------------- ***** 6. The Adhkaar of Sujood (Prostration) *****

* Glory be to my  s% 9  Y _ - "  A #


Lord, the Exalted.
Rab-bi-yal 'a`-laa sub-…aa-na
the Exalted. my Lord, Glory be to
* Glorified are You
our Lord, and with  _   K  J r9 ? , & 
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 = A #
Your praise; O
Allah! Forgive me. 'Al-laa-hum-maÄ-fir lee wa bi-…am-di-ka Rab-ba-naa sub-…aa-na-kal-laa-hum-ma
Forgive me O Allah! and with Your praise; Our Lord, O Allah, Glorified are You

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II. Spoken Arabic: Use the three-step-procedure (3SP).

Say the following (١) when you encourage someone to continue; (٢) when you say it to show your
trust in Allah.

 s9 <9 RI   :v w

 s9 U IR  :(
`a-lal-laah. ta-wak-kal-tu `a-lal-laah. ta-wak-kal
in Allah. I trusted in Allah. (Have) trust

III. Grammar: Learn using Total Physical Interaction (TPI): See it; Think it; Say it; Show it;

with ... +   about ... +  No. Person


with him
Q0  about QT  sr. rd
him 3

ma-`a-hoo `an-hu
Please note that the
preposition   comes 404
with them
 J0  about  JT  pl.
them
times and the word  ma-`a-hum `an-hum
comes 163 times (alone and
attached with the following 7 with you
3
 0  about 3
 T  sr. nd
you 2

pronouns including  ). It
ma-`a-ka `aº-ka

may also be mentioned that


with you all
 80  about  8T  pl.
you all
preposition may have other ma-`a-kum `aº-kum
meanings too, when it comes
with me
_ 0 about _T-  sr. st
with a verb, etc. me 1

ma-`ee `an-nee

with us
T0  about T dl.,

us pl.

ma-`a-naa `an-naa

Practice also:  (she),   


(about her) and   (with her).

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WORKBOOK

WB-1
SESSION – 01 SURAH 1: AL-FATIHAH (Verses 1-4)

I. The Main Lesson:

      

 
'A-`oo-’u bil-laa-hi mi-nash-shai-¨aa-nir-ra-jeem

************* The opening   ! " #*************


(()   '  &% '

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bis-mil-laa-hir- Ra…-maa-nir Ra-…eem

(1) /
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, &
 
Rab-bil `Aa-la-meen lil-laa-hi Al-´am-du

(2)   '  &% '


Ra-…eem 'Ar-Ra…-maa-nir

(6)  5,-  4 5 3


 
Yaw-mid-Deen Maa-li-ki

II. Spoken Arabic:

  & '" 7 8 9  4 :


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wa-ra…-ma-tul-laa-h `a-lay-kum 'as-sa-laa-mu

III. Grammar: Write the 6 masculine forms of the words (he, they, you, you all, I, and we).
Write it using English letters (Transliteration) if you can not write Arabic:

WB-2
SESSION – 02 SURAH 1: AL-FATIHAH (Verses 5-7)

I. The Main Lesson:

(@) /
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nas-ta-`een wa 'iy-yaa-ka na`-bu-du 'Iy-yaa-ka

(E)   D?$&  C


 B
-  >, A
'Ih-di-na‹ Ši-raa-¨al Mus-ta-Âeem

J 9  I
 &0 >  5 GH C
 F

`alay-him 'an-`am-ta Ši-raa-¨al la-’ee-na

J 9  .
LM&   K
`a-lay-him Ãay-ril maÄ-Æoo-bi

(P) /
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wa laÆ-Æaaal-leeen

II. Spoken Arabic: Translate the following:

Q  R 7

  & '" 7 4 :
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wa-ba-ra-kaa-tuh wa-ra…-ma-tul-laa-hi wa-`a-lay-ku-mus-sa-laam

III. Grammar: Write the 6 masculine forms of the sentences (He is a Muslim; They are
Muslims; You are a Muslim; You are Muslims; I am a Muslim; We are Muslims). Write it using
English letters (Transliteration) if you can not write Arabic:

WB-3
SESSION – 3 SURAH 108: AL-KAWTHAR

I. The Main Lesson: Translate the following:


Learn the meanings of new words and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

************** The abundance  


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(1)  T8
  ; S  O><
'a`-¨ay-naa-kal-kaw-¦ar. 'In-naaa

(2) 
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 V
wan-…ar li-Rab-bika Fa-‹al-li

(3)  ? Y  A 3


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hu-wal-'ab-tar shaa-ni-'a-ka 'In-na

II. Spoken Arabic: Translate the following:

HN< ! Z N [
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  $ (()
'il-laa bil-laah Laa Âuw-wa-ta Maa-shaa-'al-laahu bis-mil-laah

III. Grammar: Write the 6 feminine forms of the words (she, they, you, you all, I, and we).
Write it using English letters (Transliteration) if you can not write Arabic:

WB-4
SESSION – 4 SURAH 112: AL-IKHLAAS

I. The Main Lesson: Translate the following:


Learn the meanings of new words and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

********* The Sincerity of Faith 


  *********
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[
 (1) ^,'
  [
  A U Z
'Al-laa-hu‹- 'A-…ad Hu-wal-laa-hu Ául

(3) ,5 7 ,9 5  (2) , & B


wa-lam yoo-lad Lam ya-lid Ša-mad


(4) ^,'
  _ R QH 85  7
'a-…ad ku-fu wan Wa lam-ya-kul-la-Hoo

II. Spoken Arabic: Translate the following:


HN< ! Z N 7 ` ' N ()


'il-laa bil-laah wa-laa Âuw-wa-ta Laa-…aw-la

  a V ()
'a-maa-nil-lah fee

III. Grammar: Write the 6 feminine forms of the sentences (She is a Muslim; They are
Muslims; You are a Muslim; You are Muslims; I am a Muslim; We are Muslims). Write it using
English letters (Transliteration) if you can not write Arabic:

WB-5
SESSION – 5 SURAH 113: AL-FALAQ

I. The Main Lesson: Translate the following:


Learn the meanings of new words and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

********************* The Daybreak 


 
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- X   (1) b
9   .
-    U Z
shar-ri Miº- bi-Rab-bil-FalaÂ. 'a-`oo-’u Ául

< bd # K - X  7 (2) b


 9 c 
'i-’aa Äaa-si-Âin shar-ri Wa-miº kha-laÂ. maa

(4) , D 0  a V f
T HS - X  7 (3) e
 Z 7
fil-`u-Âad. Wa-miº-shar-rin-Naf-faa-¦aati wa-Âab.

(5) , $
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…a-sad. 'i-’aa …aa-si-din wa miº-sha-rri

II. Spoken Arabic: Translate the following:


While taking oath:

  h0 

7 :1

7 :(
wal-laa-hil-`a-–eem Wal-laa-hi

III. Grammar: Write the 6 masculine forms of the words (His Lord, Their Lord, Your Lord,
Your Lord, My Lord, Our Lord). Write it using English letters (Transliteration) if you can not write
Arabic:

WB-6
SESSION – 06 SURAH 114: AN-NAAS

I. The Main Lesson: Translate the following:


Learn the meanings of new words and remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

******************* The Mankind 


 
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(2) i
S 3
9  (1) i
S .
-    U Z
Ma-li-kin-Naas. bi-Rab-bin-NAAS. 'a-`oo-’u Ául

i
#  - X   (3) i
S Q jj
%  <
Miº-shar-ril-Was-waa-sil 'I-laa-hin-Naas.

i
  # 5 l GH (4) i
Sk
 
yu-was-wi-su 'Al-la-’ee khan-Naas.

(6) i
S7  Sm
   (5) i
S " 7,F
 a V
wan-Naa‹. Mi-nal-Jin-nati fee ‹u-doo-rin-Naa-si

II. Spoken Arabic: Translate the following:


You may say it when (1) remembering Allah; (2) thanking Allah

, &
  (1)
 5 (()
Al-´am-du lil-laah Yaa Al-laah

III. Grammar: Write the 6 masculine forms of the words (His Religion, Their Religion, Your
Religion, Your Religion, My Religion, Our Religion). Write it using English letters (Transliteration) if
you can not write Arabic:

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SESSION – 07 PARTS RELATED TO SALAH: Before & After Wudu

I. The Main Lesson: Translate the following:


***** 1a. Prayer before starting ablution (Wudu) *****

  $
bis-mil-laah.

***** 1b. Prayer after finishing ablution (Wudu) *****


[
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%  < HN   , J X
'il-lal-laa-hu 'i-laa-ha 'al-laa ash-ha-du

 
H  , J X7 Q 3
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an-na wa-'ash-ha-du La-hoo Laa sha-ree-ka Wa…-da-hoo

 
a S9 0  J o9 Q#" 7 n,= _,&
 
Al-laa-hum-maj-`al-nee wa-rasoo-luh. `ab-du-hoo Mu-…am-ma-dan

 5 J-  ?&    a S9 0 7 /


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mi-nal mu-ta-¨ah-hi-reen. waj-`al-nee mi-nat-taw-waa-bee-na

II. Spoken Arabic: Translate the following:

 0> (1)

  (()
Na-`oo-’u bil-laah. 'A-`oo-’u bil-laah.

III. Grammar: Write the 6 FEMININE forms of the words (Her Lord, Their Lord, Your Lord,
Your Lord, My Lord, Our Lord) and (Her Religion, Their Religion, Your Religion, Your Religion, My
Religion, Our Religion).

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SESSION – 08 PARTS RELATED TO SALAH: Iqamah

I. The Main Lesson: Translate the following:


*** 3. Iqamah ***
  =R  [
  =R  [

'Al-laa-hu 'ak-bar. 'Al-laa-hu 'ak-bar.

 [
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'il-lal-laah. 'i-laa-ha 'al laa 'ash-ha-du

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  H  , J X
'ash-ha-du 'an-na Mu-…am-ma-dar-ra-soo-lul-laah

q
:
   p9 a'  ! % 9 B p9 a'
…ay-ya `a-lal fa-laa…. …ay-ya `a-la‹-‹a-laah.

 [ !% 9 B I
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 Z ,Z
Âad Âaa-ma-ti‹-‹a-laah. Âaa-ma-ti‹-‹a-laah. Âad

[
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  =R  [

laa 'ilaa-ha 'il-lal-laah. 'Al-laa-hu 'ak-bar. 'Al-laa-hu 'ak-bar.

II. Spoken Arabic: Translate the following:


 =# (1) \
   M?# (()
Sub-…aa-nal-laah. 'As-taÄ-fi-rul-laah.

III. Grammar: Write the Arabic words for (for him; for them; for you; for you all; for me; for
us; for her).

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SESSION – 9 PARTS RELATED TO SALAH: Starting prayer

I. The Main Lesson: Translate the following:Learn the meanings of new words and
remember the context for ease of memorization / recall.

***** Starting Prayer for Salah*****


; , &
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wa Bi-…am-di-ka sub-…aa-na-kal-laa-hum-ma

;r, p%  07 3
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jad-du-ka wa-ta-`aa-laa wa Ta-baa-ra-kas-mu-ka

;  K Q jj
%  < N 7
Äay-ru-ka wa-laa-'i-laa-ha

II. Spoken Arabic: Translate the following:Say the following: (1) when you promise or while
expressing desire to do somthing; (2) giving charity.

 U  =# a V (1) [
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fee sa-bee-lil-laah. in shaa-'al-laah.

III. Grammar: Write the Arabic words for (from him; from them; from you; from you all; from
me; from us; from her).

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SESSION – 10 PARTS RELATED TO SALAH: Ruku and Sujood

I. The Main Lesson: Translate the following:


***** 5. Things pronounced When bowing / raising up *****
  h0  a - "  =#
rab-bi-yal `a-–eem sub-…aa-na

 n,& '
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…a-mi-dah. Li-man sa-mi-`al-laa-hu

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  3
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wa-la-kal …amd Rab-ba-naa

***** 6. The Adhkaar of Sujood (Prostration) *****


p
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Rab-bi-yal 'a`-laa sub-…aa-na

 a  K  J o9 ; , &


 7 S " J o9 3
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'Al-laa-hum-maÄ-fir-lee wa Bi-…am-di-ka Rab-ba-naa sub-…aa-na-kal-laa-hum-ma

II. Spoken Arabic: Translate the following:Learn the meanings of new words and remember
the context for ease of memorization / recall.

u
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ta-wak-kal-tu `a-lal-laah. `a-lal-laah. ta-wak-kal

III. Grammar: Write the Arabic words for (with him; with them; with you; with you all; with
me; with us; with her) and (about him; about them; about you; about you all; about me; about
us; about her).

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In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful

Understand Qur’an (Elementary Level – Book 1) – Quiz No. 1 Marks: 25


(After Session-3)
I. Circle the right answer by selecting the meaning of the Arabic word:


: (a) all praise and thanks (b) all worlds (c) owner

 : (a) owner (b) way (c) day


   : (a) straight (b) path (c) guidance

; S  (a) You have given us (b) We have given us (c) we have given

3
 W> X (a) your enemy (b) my enemy (c) his enemy

II. Match the following:

  D?$&  we ask for help

I
 &0 > those who received wrath

.
LM&  straight

/
 - OL you have bestowed favors

/
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III. Translate the following words:

  : U- B
 V :

! Z N :   :

  :

IV. (SPOKEN ARABIC) Write the meanings of the following words:

   

:  

 :

 


: ]\ X :

V. (GRAMMAR) Write the Arabic words for: he, they, you, you all, I, and we (for masculine gender
only).

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In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful

Understand Qur’an (Elementary Level – Book 1) – Quiz No. 2 Marks: 25


(After Session-6)
I. Circle the right answer by selecting the meaning of the Arabic word:

e
 Z 7 (a) became light (b) became intense (c) knots

- X (a) good (b) evil (c) thing

^,'  (a) same (b) one and only (c) eternal

, & B (a) the Great (b) the Merciful


(c) the Self-
Sufficient.

_ R (a) equal (b) only (c) none

II. Match the following:

b 9   he envied

b 9 c those who blow

bd # K the daybreak

, $
 ' he created

f
T HS darkness

III. Translate the following words:

i
S : " 7,F
 :

i
#  :  Sm
 :

i
Sk
  :

IV. (SPOKEN ARABIC) Write the meanings of the following words:

! Z N 7 :

HN< :

  : ` ' N :

V. (GRAMMAR) Write the Arabic words for: she, they, you, you all, I, and we (for FEMININE gender
only).

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In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful

Understand Qur’an (Elementary Level – Book 1) – Quiz No. 3 Marks: 25


(After Session-9)
I. Circle the right answer by selecting the meaning of the Arabic word:

, J X (a) I say (b) I bear witness (c) the prayer

3
 5 X (a) partner (b) enemy (c) freind


Q#" (a) His slave (b) His messenger (c) Messenger

a S9 0  (a) feed me (b) help me (c) make me


n,= (a) His son (b) His slave (c) His messenger

II. Match the following:

/
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 5 J-  ?&  the greatest.

!% 9 B those who repent

q:  those who purify themselves

=R  the prosperity

III. Translate the following words:

3
 > =# : 3
 & # :

; , &
 7 : ;  K :

;r, :

IV. (SPOKEN ARABIC) Write the meanings of the following words:

  :

\    M?# :

 0> : [
 ]\ X  :

V. (GRAMMAR) Write the Arabic words for: for him, for them, for you, for you all, for me, for us, for
Her.

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In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful

Understand Qur’an (Elementary Level – Book 1) – Final Exam Marks: 100


I. Circle the right answer by selecting the meaning of the Arabic word:

 h0  (a) the Exalted (b) the Magnificent (c) the Eternal

&  (a) to the one who (b) to him who (c) to them

n,& ' (a) your praise (b) helped him (c) praised Him

p% 9 Y (a) the Exalted (b) the only (c) the Magnificent

; , &
 7 (a) and with his praise
(b) and with Your
praise
(c) their help

II. Match the following:

I
 &0 > the Self-
Sufficient

, & B you have


bestowed favors

i
#  equal

_ R prayer

!% 9 B the whisperer

III. Translate the following words:

q:  : , J X :

p9 a' : 
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=R  :

IV. (SPOKEN ARABIC) Write the meanings of the following words:

\    M?# : ` ' N :

 0> :    

:

V. (GRAMMAR) Write the Arabic words for: from him, for them, from you, from you all, from me,
from us, from HER.

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