Does Understanding Qur'an Really Have To Be
This is how Qur'anic Arabic is taught, and it get's even more complicated, much more complicated.
But does it really have to be that way for someone who just want's to know enough to be able to understand what they are reading?
You haven't experienced the power of the Qur'an until you've experienced it in Arabic.
Take a look at the video below. Have you ever asked yourself what is it that makes grown men cry in public like this?
If you're bilingual you'll know how difficult it is to convey the emotion in one language to another, when it comes to poetry, proverbs and even songs. How can we do this with the Words of Allah?
So much of the power, beauty and nuances of the Qur'an are lost in translation
Do you want to experience that amazing feeling of being brought to tears by listening to the Qur'an?
If so read on.... you could be experiencing it in just a few short weeks.
Assalamu Alaikum, I'm Adam Kaan, and I experienced the frustration of learning Arabic like I've shown you above, or should I say the frustration of failing to learn Arabic like that.
“For the average person who simply want's to understand the Qur'an on a basic level being too grammar heavy is one problem but we have another that manifests itself, in Universities, schools and colleges up and down the country.”
The truth is we never learn languages by learning every aspect of the grammar rules first. I'm pretty sure you could not even analyse and dissect English like that.
For the average person who simply want's to understand the Qur'an at a basic level being too grammar heavy is one problem but we have another that manifests itself, in Universities, schools and colleges up and down the country.
In these places most students barely learn any of the grammar instead they are taught to memorise sentences and phrases without really having any understanding of the structure of the language.
The trouble with this is, they are just able to parrot responses to what they have been conditioned to recognise often making a lot of errors.
So we need a balance of learning the essential Arabic grammar without making it overwhelming as well as vocabulary. Wouldn't it be better if it was vocabulary directly related to the Qur'an instead of irrelevant things like 'A new bike'.
Learning random things in a new language is great and all but seriously who has the time?
What would be even better is if you could learn anywhere, anytime with flexible video lessons and still get the support of a teacher when you needed right?
Introducing 40 Days To The Qur'an
A course suitable for the average Muslim. Understand the bulk of the Qur’an in 40 short lessons
with the advantage of modern technology
Here's What You Get:
The course is made up of short clips ranging from 3 to 7 minutes to keep you focused, giving you just the right amount of detail you need.
Each Lesson comes with two downloadable PDF's, to digest the information and consolidate what you've learnt
Each lesson is immediately followed by 15 carefully selected high frequency verses where you see the application of the rule. So your knowledge of the Qur'an increases with every lesson from Day 1
"I have been wanting to learn Quranic Arabic for ages but always found it to be a daunting task. Until I met Adam. His course is designed to give you small victories and never becomes overwhelming while at the same time it will equip you with all the tools needed to truly understand and appreciate the beauty that is Arabic Quran. Highly recommended for anyone who wishes to understand and be guided by the words of Allah directly.."
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"Increase you knowledge of the Qur'an with every lesson."
Unlike some other courses where you have to wait months before seeing the relevance of what you're learning. This course is structured in such a way that you will see the results of your new found knowledge and apply it to the Qur'an straight away.
You'll learn the simplified essential grammar rules and see it's application in the carefully selected passages of the Qur'an. The benefits of this are two fold. One you learn to understand how the languages works and two you increase your knowledge of the Qur'an and connection with it in every lesson
This approach caters for pragmatic learners as well not just theorists. Most other courses I’ve seen tend to lean towards theorist learning styles only
What Can Understanding The Qur'an
Do for You:
Imagine being able to understand the Qur’an
How would it affect you? How would it change your life?
You could be listening to the words of Allah and understand what is being said whilst:
- At the gym training
- Whilst in Salah
Imagine your subconscious being massaged with the words of Allah during all these times.
After finishing this course each time you read the Qur’an it will condition your mindset. Ask any success guru they’ll tell you the value of daily affirmations. What can be greater than the words of Allah to condition you thought patterns?! If you understand the Qur'an reflect on it and apply it I GUARANTEE it will be your catalyst to greatness.
Here's Exactly What You'll Learn...
5 Modules that will teach you everything you need to understand the Qur'an
Sentences Without Verbs
Duration: 1h 23m
Understand up to 50% of the Qur'an Just by completing this module
The Past Tense Verb
Duration: 52 m
Learn the conjugation of the past tense verb. As soon as you complete this module you'll start to recognise and under much more of the Qur'an. This is the first part where you will see accelerated learning?
The Present Tense Verb
Duration: 65 m
Learn the conjugations of the present tense verb. This is the second part of accelerated vocabulary learning, after having completed this you'll pretty much able to understand 2/3rds of the Qur'an on your own
Derived Forms of The Verb
Duration: 37 m
Learn how nouns are formed from verbs. As soon as you understand this concept it will be a, Oh Wow! 'light bulb' moment. You'll will be surprised to find, all of a sudden you can understand a lot more. Now you know the meaning of words that you already knew.
Getting Into Details
Duration: 30 m
He you'll learn some finer details. Due to the nature of this course we don't go into extreme mind boggling detail but these are a few important elements to grasp in order to translate more accurately
There are 40 lessons for a more detailed look at what each lesson is about click here scroll down and you'll find a breakdown of the course curriculum
Do you want to miss out on all of this ?.....
- Finally being able to experience the sea of emotion the Qur’an stirs up, sometimes it will make you feel calm and serene at other times it will make you cry
- Meaningful Salah, with more khushoo and kuzoo as you reflect on the meaning
- Realising how the power of the Words of Allah brings grown men to tears in public, I can’t tell you how many times the Qur’an has brought me to tears
- Appreciating the living miracle of the Qur’an
- Feeling more connected with the Qur’an, the Word of Allah
- Raise your spirituality
- Ehance your Duas, take your duas to the next level by knowing what you are saying
- Get the foundation you need for further studies
- Be able to understand some Ahadith
- LIFETIME ACCESS
- All future updates, lots of updates planned to make your journey easier and faster
You will wonder why you had not learnt to understand the Qur’an earlier.
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Qur'anic Arabic Is Too Hard Myth
It’s been made to seem that way because of all the technical jargon used by some teachers. You see the problem is most course are designed for scholars who have to learn it that way because well... they’re scholars. We’re not trying to make you a scholar and you’re not going to give fatwah’s based on your understanding (well at least I hope not). It is true as you understand the intricacies and deeper nuances it becomes fascinating but it’s not necessary at this stage.
Upon completion of this course it is very likely that you will want to study the Qur’an deeper and I would highly encourage you to do so but you don’t have to. A surface understanding is better than no understanding.
Inside you’ll find cheat sheets, bonuses and language hacks with more coming that will make it really easy. This will shave off hours and even days from your learning.
I’ve got plenty of other ideas that are coming for making it fun and enjoyable for you.
Arabic is like a jigsaw puzzle
when you’re shown where the pieces fit it’s really not that hard. In fact in some respects it’s easier than English. The Arabic grammar has been organised and demystified by great minds over many years
A lot of Arabic vocabulary is based on patterns once you start to become familiar with these patterns it becomes quite easy.
As long as you have know some basic essentials you really don’t need to become an expert in the technical grammatical stuff to understand the Qur’an. You can always learn that later like I did.
Let’s face it if you don’t make the decision now, you probably never will. How long are you going to go missing out on the treasures the Qur’an has to offer? Remember this is the book for which even disbelievers sacrificed their sleep to get up and listen to at night. They had no words for it except ‘Magic’. How long will you wait to experience the magic of the Qur’an?.
Indeed, We have sent it down as an Arabic Qur'an that you might understand (12:2)
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"With 40 Days to the Qur’an you’ll learn to understand the BULK of the Qur’an in approximately 40 Hours. MORE IMPORTANTLY you will get ALL THE TOOL’s you will need for a lifelong self study of the Qur’an. I assure you it will be a fascinating journey. "
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions:
Who this course is not for
Not for anyone who is not willing to put in the time effort. You will need to put a side a few hours a week to an hour a day depending on how quickly you want to understand the Qur'an. This course takes approximately 40 to 60 hours to complete. Upon completion you will have all the tools you need for further study. As with anything else, anything worth having requires time and effort. You will not instantly be able to understand the Qur'an just by purchasing the course and doing nothing with it. I'm here to help and support you as much as I can but you will need to do the work. The aim of this course is to show you that it can be easier than you imagined. With a little effort in the right way you you can achieve a lot.
Will I be able to speak Arabic?
Even though this course will give you a strong foundation to build on. Much stronger than some Modern Standard Arabic courses, yet you will not be able to speak Arabic at end of this course, for that a different approach is required.
I am quite skeptical that one can learn to understand Quran.....
...in such a short space of time. My first Quran teacher errantly told me that if I learned Baqarah that I would understand the entire Quran Another teacher assured me that if I simply memorise the meaning of the root tri-laterals (I forget the number now) that I would easily understand every word of Al-Quran. 8 years later and with much education I've barely broken through Ayat 10 with keen understanding and find that new vocabulary and turns of phrase are being introduced even that far in. How can you make me overcome my skepticism of this, because I do wish that I could find a special formula to accelerate the process
I'm aiming for a surface level understanding equivalent to reading a translation. Taking a frequency approach with grammar morphology. Although you would cover the most frequent vocabulary during the lessons. You would need to continue self study to learn new vocabulary. You will be shown a few easy ways of doing this. Most ayahs and bulk of the Qur'an you'll be able to understand from a handful of the frequent words that are very repetititve in the Qur'an.
The aim is to provide a foundation and springboard for further study. Whilst overcoming the idea that one needs to engrossed in complicated lengthy courses that drag one for years to get a basic understanding of the Qur'an.
The Qur'an is our life long companion and I hope to get people in a habit of studying it regularly and acquiring the meanings of one of two words in the process. Its not designed to be in depth study of the Qur'an I hope that helps.
What are the prerequisites?
Although this course will help you improve your reading fluency through site recognition. You should be able to read the Arabic text of the Qur'an.
Shouldn’t Qur’an Courses Be FREE?
I'm glad you asked :-). I’ve thought long and hard about this issue, and for many years For many years I offered tuition for free and what I learnt is no one values free.
Free is seen as cheap, and worthless. Even the few people that do take you up on the offer never see it through because it’s free.
My end goal is for people to understand the Qur’an. I want them to commit and take it seriously and numerous studies have shown most people only do this if they have paid for something.
It separates the wheat from the chaff, the serious folk from the tyre kickers.
The other thing I learnt from having worked with a so many Muslim organisations and charities is they can’t grow and improve their offerings because they don’t have a revenue stream.
Without a revenue stream it’s simply not realistic, practical or sustainable, I’ve already personally dedicated over 200 hours to making this course and have a paid member staff to help me. Now I simply can’t go on doing this without having some sort of revenue, believe me I’ve tried :-)
I plan on making a lot more improvements that will take up a lot of time, it’s simply not feasible or even possible without an income