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Arabic Girls Names

ARABIC GIRLS NAMES

Arabic Girls Names

Arabic Girls Names

Top Arabic Girls Names

Here is a list of some of the worlds most popular Girls names in Arabic. These are not in any particular order of favour.

ARABIC GIRLS NAMES

1. Khadejah

2. Zaynab

3. Haleema

4. Fatima

5. Hanaan

6. Huda

7. Jasmin

8. Layla

9. Nadia

10. Rihana

There are many more names that you can find in books or other searches but this is just a quick round-up of some of the more popular ones. Some of the names mentioned above although popular in some countries are still rare in others. Having an Arabic sounding name obviously does not make you Arab or Muslim the same way that having a ‘Christian name’ does not make you Christian.

The topic of names is an interesting conversation as many people think that if you’re named after someone well known then it is as if your expected to follow in that person’s footsteps and example. For others, it is a nice reminder of someone who they might admire. Some people prefer not to name their children after anyone at all and create unique names for their children, most of these names, fortunately, or unfortunately do not have any meaning. One person had just a symbol for their name, other people may just have one name without a family name. People may even change their name from what it was at birth to something totally different.

Whatever the reason or rhyme behind why people are called what they are mocking a person because of their name is not the done thing. Whether a person has a name that you like or not that is for them to live with more than it is the business of anyone else. As for whether western names are better than other names of other cultures you will not get a definitive answer either way as different cultures like what they like for their own reasons different to another person’s reasons.

Arabic Girls Names 

Top Arabic Girls Names

Here is a list of some of the worlds most popular Girls names in Arabic. These are not in any particular order of favour.  

1. Khadejah

2. Zaynab

3. Haleema

4. Fatima

5. Hanaan

6. Huda

7. Jasmin

8. Layla

9. Nadia

10. Rihana

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Marhaba everyone. West Norwood Quran and Arabic Tutor available for tuition at home or via Online Skype lessons. Tuition also available in surrounding areas and wherever you are. Offering a range of lessons in Arabic such as Medina Arabic, Gateway to Arabic, Mastering Arabic, Al Arabeya Bayna Yadayk, Your Arabic Friend, Al Kitaab fi Ta’lum Al Arabiya, Al Kitaab Al Assaasy and more of your choosing.

Quranic Arabic lessons in Tajweed, Recitation, Arabic Meaning and Memorisation with experienced Quran tutor. Learning Quran with a tutor who understands meanings of Quranic Arabic is much different from using a Quran tutor who only teaches some tajweed rules. We use MELS Easy Steps in Quran Reading, Yasarnal Quraan, Ahsan Al Qawaid and other beginners Quran books of all levels. quran tutor west 

Friendly, committed and trustworthy tutor able to tutor to all ages and abilities. Current fees between £15.00, £20.00 and £25.00 (as of January 2018). Rates are in line with fairest fees and normal cost of tuition. We apologise in advance if we are not able to offer home tuition for less than the above-advertised fees but lower fees may be available to you via Skype only.

Masjid classes too crowded?

Masjid too far to travel to?

Other tutors giving you the wrong pronunciation of letters and words?

Want to sound more like a native speaker?

Quran Tutor West Norwood

One to one or group sessions.

Beginners, intermediate and advanced.

Tuition for Muslim or non-Muslims.

Available on most weekdays and weekends via advanced booking system.

Local areas, London wide, national and international coverage.

No electricity shortages.

Home tuition or Skype.

Use of Online Quran or Physical Quran.

Tutors have taught in various settings such as Madressa, Secondary schools, online and travelling to homes.

Tutor aims to improve reading ability and foster a love of reading Quranic Arabic literature.

Religious studies available.

Mixed, weighed lessons available consisting of both Arabic and Quran or religious studies and Quran or other combination of your preference.

CRB checked and references available from real clients.

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Letter recognition.

How letters are joined.

Distinguishing between Arabic verbs, nouns and particles.

Rules of Noon Sakin and Tanween, Mudood, Hamzatul Qateey and Waslee and other reading concepts and rules.

 

Occasional Tafseer or meanings of verses.

Islamic concepts.

Quran tutor West Norwood

How To Learn Arabic

How to Learn Arabic

How to Learn Arabic – A Guide and Commentary

How to Learn Arabic

This is a how to learn Arabic guide for beginners but may also be of interest to Arabic teachers and learners of other languages. Unless you know, from the get-go, why you are learning Arabic you could end up either having to start all over again or give up learning Arabic altogether. If you are not going to be visiting an Arabic country and are studying Arabic, there are still a number of options open to you.

A nephew of mine wants to learn Arabic. Here is some of the advice I gave him with a little more advice for those reading this. So if you want to go learn Arabic that’s great, all sorts of people learn it for a variety of reasons. What is yours? Getting married into an Arabic speaking family/culture? Going on holiday for a couple weeks or repeatedly to the same destination? Staying in an Arabic speaking country for a few months or years? Like the religion or are fascinated by the people and customs? Want to know what tattoo to write on your body? Or is it for something a bit more academic like: reading, translating or some other field?

Here is what you should do:

For all varieties of Arabic learn the alphabet, pronouns, prepositions, what the simple differences between nouns and verbs are. Once you have got thus far you need to be sure of your direction because the next steps will be drastic as the differences between the varieties of Arabic you could learn are stark. The choice of vocabulary, phrases and grammar will affect your conversation and writing.

So here are the routes: Quranic/Classical Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic or one of the many varieties of colloquial Arabic.

How To Learn Arabic

Although the Quranic Arabic is categorised as classical it actually has an understanding that is quite separate from classical Arabic.

Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) borrows from the classical Arabic in its grammar but often has a different vocabulary and grammar usage.

MSA is the type of Arabic for which the news media, TV and some movies are used. It is understood by Arabs as they watch the news every day and read the newspapers, the same way you would understand the news at home in your own language. It is true that when speaking it in the street it may sound a bit too refined but, for the most part, it is still understood.

A further type of Arabic is colloquial or slang. A major advantage of learning this type is that you will easily understand and be understood in the streets and markets. Its drawbacks are that words are often misspelt, mispronounced or chopped; letters may be left out or added, and grammar rules often ignored. It is promoted as ‘spoken’ Arabic almost as though the other types of Arabic, mentioned above, are not spoken!

It is true that many Arabs speak and understand colloquial Arabic in shops, at home and other places, however, it has limited spoken and written use and is not acceptable in every place or circumstance.

The other problem with colloquial is that colloquial of one Arabic speaking country is not always understood by colloquial of another. Not only that, sometimes the colloquial in one country can differ depending on whether you are are in the east or west of that country, the north or the south.

Often you will come across Arabs that are able to combine Quranic, Classical, MSA and more than one colloquial at a time. This would be the ideal and would take years of learning for most people.

Arabic, as with other languages has spoken, written, reading and listening elements, as well as grammar and rhetoric. Depending on your direction you may need to study all or only some of these. Some people learn Arabic up to a point, to get them through a GCSE exam (in UK), or just to get by in a particular country when on holiday. Others are Arabic learners for life, and try to learn multiple aspects of Arabic.

Some people often refer to classical Arabic or MSA as archaic, as if it has little or no bearing on the Arabic that you will encounter. To think like this is to limit your understanding of Arabic, it also assumes that Arabs make little or no use of these other forms of Arabic and that you will never come across them.

While it may be better as a beginner to focus on one type of Arabic at a time, it would not be practical to limit yourself to one style forever – each style has its place and function. If not for classical and Quranic Arabic, would the interest and popularity of Arabic be what it is today? I doubt it very much.

So, your ‘how to Arabic’ journey begins now. What style will you choose?

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