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How long will it take me to learn Arabic?

This question is often asked by those wanting to learn Arabic or those learning Arabic who think that they might be able to learn Arabic from scratch in 3 months. Yes, you will be able to learn some Arabic in three months but what does learning Arabic mean to you?

Learning Arabic can mean knowing the Alphabets and voweling.

Learning Arabic can mean having the ability to speak colloquial Arabic even if you cant read or write.

Learning Arabic can mean you know how to read modern Arabic but cannot understand classical Arabic.

After much experience and scouring of the internet it seems that the answer to this question is covered in the following points:

1. Decide what you want to use Arabic to do and focus on that type of Arabic, as much as you can, it’s not always easy to do. If you just want to be able to communicate basic sentences and questions for a holiday this will not take long as it does not require reading, writing or grammar. Having said that the better prepared you are at this level the fewer problems There are people who rely solely on English transliteration of Arabic from language guidebooks made for tourists. Many would say this is not Arabic but for most people this is their point of entry into the Arabic language ocean.

2. Realise that English speakers, learning a similar European language, will learn European languages quicker than trying to learn languages like Mandarin, Japanese or Arabic. If you already speak or write a language like Urdu then you’re already on your way, due to similar letters and shared words. So most will be starting the language from scratch or near scratch. Arabic also has its own logic you cannot superimpose every grammatical concept that exists in English and think it will work for Arabic, it won’t. The grammar will help you to know how to read without the help of vowels. Of course, if you are trying to read the Quran it is much easier due to word frequency and voweling, reading the Quran helps a lot of people read Arabic in general.

3. You will need to aim for an active core vocabulary of some 1000-2000 words, this is roughly equal to GCSE or AS Level Arabic. But vocabulary without knowing word placing is weak, so you need to know some grammar too. There are many approaches to learning words and grammar at the same time, like conjugating verbs or making singular nouns dual and plural. A lot of advice tends to suggest that learning sentences are better than learning word lists, but at different times both will have there uses.

4. As for contact hours with the language, this is the tricky part. You will need to have approximately 2000 contact hours with the language for a decent working usage, according to some sources (See for example Steve Kaufmann-Lingosteve on How to Learn a language). How you divide up those hours is down to you but the fewer hours that you do per day then the longer you will take to achieve those 2000 hours. So simply put, more hours on a daily basis = quicker results.

There is much more that could be said about language learning strategies but the only real way to learn is to get started, keep going, and be consistent. Anyone can learn any language, it comes down to how badly you want it and how much you are prepared to sacrifice to get it.

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QAD | Quranic Arabic Daily

How is the Quran divided?

1. The Quran is divided into 114 Chapters called Surahs.

  • The first Surah is called Fatiha (The Opening) and the final Surah is called Nas (Mankind).
  • The shortest Surah is Surah al Kawther (108) and the longest Surah is Surah Baqarah.
  • The other shortest Surahs are Al Asr (103) and An Nasr chapter 110.
  • The Surahs are known as Medina or Mecca Surahs due to the place where they were revealed.

2. A Juz, also known as Siparah in Urdu, is another part of the Quran.

  • There are 30 Juz in the Quran. This division is used for readers of the Quran to be able to complete a reading of the Quran in a certain period of time, like during Ramadhan or over 30 weeks. So a Juz can be completed in one day or in one week. There is also a division based on finishing the Quran in 7 days called Manzil.
  • It is recommended that a reading of the Quran should be done at least once in every year.

3. A Hizb is a part of the Quran which is half the length of a Juz. Each Hizb is made up of four quarters, known as Rubu3.

  • There are 60 Hizb in the Quran.

4. An Ayat is a verse or sign of the Quran. There are some 6348 verses in the Quran (including Bismillah at the beginning of each Surah). It has been recommended for one who wishes to Hafiz (memorise) the Quran that they should memorise 5 Ayats at a time. This would take just under 4 years to complete the memorisation of Quran.

  • The longest verse in the Quran is found in Surah Baqarah verse 282, which is a whole page long.
  • The shortest verse in the Quran in terms of words is found in Surah Rahman 55:64 which is one word.
  • The shortest verse in the Quran in terms of letters are found at the beginning of Surahs Ta Ha (20), Yaseen (36), and Ha Meem, they comprise of only two letters.

You can use any of these divisions not only to read the Quran but also to memorise the Quran. Depending on your age, schedule and how organised you are, memorisation of the Quran can take anything from 3 to 10 years.

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New GCSE Arabic

Now Enrolling

New GCSE Arabic (9-1).

The New GCSE Arabic.

So what does the new GCSE Arabic contain?

How long will it take you to do the course?

Are you good enough to take the exam?

Is the old course easier or the new one and in which ways?

These are just some of the questions people ask when thinking about doing a GCSE in Arabic. If you want answers to these and other questions just contact us on our email or telephone details. This course is mainly for those students based in Dubai, Qatar, London/England but anyone is free to join, wherever you live.

So what is the attraction about doing a GCSE in Arabic? Well for a lot of people it’s about a gaining an internationally recognised qualification. The other reason is that it gives you direction and focus with planned out lessons without having to go through the exam at the end, exams are not to everyone’s linking. Pearson-Edexcel are the UK examing board for the GCSE Arabic, they also do A’level Arabic.

Click here to: Take a look at our review of one of the course books we use for beginners of Arabic.

 

 

 

New GCSE Arabic Lessons.

Some reasons to learn Arabic

Arabic is the fourth/fifth most spoken language in the world. There are many countries that speak Arabic as a first language. One of the first things that a person does when he or she becomes a Muslim is to learn some basic Arabic words and chapters of the Quran. Arabic is also the language of many Christians in the Middle East who are very proud of their language.

Why would anyone learn Arabic?

  1. It is a scientific language.
  2. It is a spiritual language.
  3. It is one of the top languages to learn in political and economic circles.
  4. Its letters are clear, unlike many other languages where various letters can have different sounds and pronunciations.
  5. It is a language whose learners increase every time someone becomes Muslim…and we all know how many people are becoming Muslims, despite the negative media stereotypes and shocking stories.
  6. It is a language not just of Arabs or for Arabs, as the Arabic language has been made international…it is now open for anyone to learn.
  7. There are obviously many jobs a person can get if they can speak Arabic such as within Journalism, travel companies, NGO’s, charitable organisations and aid agencies, translation and interpretation, teaching, spy agencies and secret services, financial institutes working and meeting with those rich Arabs etc etc etc.
  8. For social reasons…maybe you have a Muslim friend or know someone who is Arab or speaks Arabic.
  9. It is a language that has been around for some 2000 years. It has classical, modern and colloquial versions of it.
  10. And last but not least it is the language of one of the most popular and widely read books ever. The language of a book that is controversial but attracts so many people of all backgrounds and cultures. It is the language of the Holy Quran.

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Quran Tutor Harwich Arabic Lessons

Quran Tutor Harwich

Cornwall Quran Harwich

Marhaba everyone. 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 with a Quran Tutor in Harwich.

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 £12.50, £15.00, £17.50 and £20.00 depending on level and duration (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?

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, 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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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.

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Quran Home School Lessons | Croydon | Thornton Heath

Quran Home Schooling

Quran Home School – Croydon Quran Tutor available in Norbury, Selhurst, Shirley, Sanderstead, Purley, Broad Green, Green Lane, Thornton Heath, London Road, Bridgestock Road, Brighton Road, Pollards Hill, Addiscombe, Waddon, South Norwood, Norwood Hill and any other area local to you. We have separate Online Via Skype and Home Tuition Prices suitable for most budgets. Call us on the number advertised on this site or email us for more details. 

If you are at home, for whatever reason, during the day we offer Quranic and Arabic tuition for ages 6/7 upwards.

Not local to Croydon?

The best way to Learn Arabic with Skype Tutor, if you live in an area where there are not many Arabic or Quran tutors, is to try online lessons via Skype. Arabic daily has been teaching online Arabic lessons using books such as the Quran, Medina Arabic Course books, Gateway to Arabic books, Al Arabiya Bayna Yadayk, Al kitaab fi Ta’alum ilarabiya, Kitaab Al Assaasy, Your Arabic Friend, Mastering Arabic, MELS Easy Steps in Quran, Yasarnal Quran and more. So if you want to lean Arabic Daily you have found one of the most long lasting, experienced, Arabic speaking tutors on the web. We focus on Online Skype Arabic Tuition as most people find it easier to attend when lessons are from their home and there is no need to travel. It is also easier for the Arabic tutor and means you do not end up spending excessively for tuition. Daytime lessons online or with a visiting tutor. s

Online Quran Tutoring

Learn how to read the Quran with a Quran tutor online. Try individual or group/club sessions.

Create a Quran club at home for small groups of 3-4 people.quran club

Larger groups also welcome depending on size of venue.

Class sizes may be capped/limited for quality and speed of learning.

Main club days are Tuesday to Thursday but other days also possible.

Daytime or evening sessions.

For home schooling or social learning purposes.

Learn for less as a group.

60 minute or 90 minute sessions.

Also available between 10am and 2:30pm weekdays.

Quranic Arabic Includes:

  • Handling the Quran
  • The importance of the Quran
  • Tajweed rules of the Quran
  • Completing the Quran
  • Understanding Quranic verses
  • Hifdh e Quran
  • Quranic vocabulary

Don’t stay rusty start improving daily.

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Pearson-Edexcel Arabic Downloads

Arabic Downloads

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Contacting Arabic Daily

Dear all,

Thank you for contacting Arabic Daily.

If you have received this post/link it means that you have not sent us the correct or enough information. We do try to respond to as many emails as we can but some may often get overlooked due to lack of detail. So this is being sent to you to save a lot of back and forth with initial correspondence. Unless your email has the right details we cannot reply fully and you will receive this post/link instead. Thank you in advance.

The following information is displayed/required on our ‘How to Enrol’ page but here we have elaborated slightly more:

1. The full name/s of learner/s + any Skype ID

(The first name of the person contacting us and your child’s first name will suffice. Skype ID is required for online lessons only).

2. Your contact email.

(This is for the registration page only).

3. In the subject area put the type of course applying for.

(In other words, are you looking for GCSE Arabic, General Arabic, KS3 Arabic, A’ Level Arabic, Arabic from Scratch, Quranic Arabic/Learning to Read Quran, Home Tuition, Online-Skype or other.

4. Details of your message:

(Any other relevant information such as any previous tuition/tutors had? Whether you require a male or female tutor. Do you want daytime or evening lessons? Do you want weekday or weekend lessons?) What day or time would suit you/your child? Which Arabic books have you used or are using?)

• Is it for Skype, home tuition or other?
• Your location / postcode.
• Your year at school / your age.
• Your available times and days.
• Which Arabic books are you currently using or have previously used?

If you have not received an email reply, after a couple days, please check your junk/spam folder, try again or call us. Priority given to fully completed forms.

For any other Arabic related enquiry please use the contact page.

We do not consent to any form of unsolicited email marketing, cold calling for surveys/sales, or contracts of any kind, these shall be blocked 🙂

Please also read our terms and conditions or ask for a copy.

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Now Enrolling – New GCSE Arabic (9-1) Lessons

New GCSE Arabic (9-1).

The New GCSE Arabic.

So what does the new GCSE Arabic contain?

How long will it take you to do the course?

Are you good enough to take the exam?

Is the old course easier or the new one and in which ways?

These are just some of the questions people ask when thinking about doing a GCSE in Arabic. If you want answers to these and other questions just contact us on our email or telephone details. This course is mainly for those students based in Dubai, Qatar, London/England but anyone is free to join, wherever you live.

So what is the attraction about doing a GCSE in Arabic? Well for a lot of people it’s about a gaining an internationally recognised qualification. The other reason is that it gives you direction and focus with planned out lessons without having to go through the exam at the end, exams are not to everyone’s linking. Pearson-Edexcel are the UK examing board for the GCSE Arabic, they also do A’level Arabic.

Click here to: Take a look at our review of one of the course books we use for beginners of Arabic.

 

NEW GCSE ARABIC

 

New GCSE Arabic Lessons.

Some reasons to learn Arabic

Arabic is the fourth/fifth most spoken language in the world. There are many countries that speak Arabic as a first language. One of the first things that a person does when he or she becomes a Muslim is to learn some basic Arabic words and chapters of the Quran. Arabic is also the language of many Christians in the Middle East who are very proud of their language.

Why would anyone learn Arabic?

  1. It is a scientific language.
  2. It is a spiritual language.
  3. It is one of the top languages to learn in political and economic circles.
  4. Its letters are clear, unlike many other languages where various letters can have different sounds and pronunciations.
  5. It is a language whose learners increase every time someone becomes Muslim…and we all know how many people are becoming Muslims, despite the negative media stereotypes and shocking stories.
  6. It is a language not just of Arabs or for Arabs, as the Arabic language has been made international…it is now open for anyone to learn.
  7. There are obviously many jobs a person can get if they can speak Arabic such as within Journalism, travel companies, NGO’s, charitable organisations and aid agencies, translation and interpretation, teaching, spy agencies and secret services, financial institutes working and meeting with those rich Arabs etc etc etc.
  8. For social reasons…maybe you have a Muslim friend or know someone who is Arab or speaks Arabic.
  9. It is a language that has been around for some 2000 years. It has classical, modern and colloquial versions of it.
  10. And last but not least it is the language of one of the most popular and widely read books ever. The language of a book that is controversial but attracts so many people of all backgrounds and cultures. It is the language of the Holy Quran.

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Your Arabic Friend GCSE Arabic Book

Your Arabic Friend

Your Arabic Friend.

Your Arabic Friend

 

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Al Arabiya Bayna Yadayk | Review

Al Arabiya Bayna Yadayk

Al Arabiya Bayna Yadayk is an Arabic book geared towards learning Quranic or classical Arabic but it is also useful for modern standard Arabic.

This book comes in 3 volumes but newer editions split each volume into two, which make them easier to handle. There is so much vocabulary within these books you may need several dictionaries to find the meanings of all these words. There is no use of English in these books.

The book covers are nice and colourful and make these books an attractive set of Arabic books to have on your shelf. The books also come with CDs which are very handy as there are numerous exercises within the pages of these books.

What is also useful for Muslim learners is the fact that there are Quranic verses as well as hadeeths used throughout the books. The books are not cheap but are a good investment if you take Arabic seriously. These books although marketed to a Muslim audience are useful for those non-Muslims who don’t mind a little a little Quran or are used to it.

The books are meant to take you from scratch and there is much repetition in the 1st volume to reinforce the concepts and terminology. Al Arabiya Bayna Yadayk is also available in pdf form on various sites but can not be relied upon for years to come as these books, like others, will have newer editions to either correct any mistakes in current books or change things within the book.

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Purchase this book either online or in any good Muslim bookshop. The full set will cost you around £140.00. Each volume bought separately will retail for around £40.00 new. There are also cheaper, used, copies available online.

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The Arabic Daily Online Support

The Arabic Daily Online Support

Arabic Daily Online Support

Arabic Daily Support.

Arabic Daily is a London based language support initiative. It was created to assist families, communities, schools and organisations with heritage language learning and other Arabic related services. Providing early literacy and further literacy support for learners of Arabic is our primary focus, but we also offer a range of services available to individuals and organisations. Available throughout London and the UK, as well as worldwide.

Get to grips with Arabic, everyone is welcome, no matter who you are.

Why Choose Arabic Daily Support?

  • We offer a range of Arabic services such as translation.
  • We provide language support for schools.
  • MFL External Examiner hire.
  • Support for home-school students
  • GCSE Arabic and pre-GCSE Arabic preparation.
  • General Arabic courses (non-exam based).
  • Private Home tuition or online lessons.
  • Quranic lessons in Tajweed, memorisation, recitation, Tafseer etc.
  • Free tuition registration.
  • Free tuition assessment (online & local).
  • Arabic classes at a suitable time and place.
  • Decide on the focus and needs of your Arabic course.
  • Small groups or one-to-one tuition for optimal progress.
  • A track record of proven successful cases.
  • We love what we do.
  • Improved experience year on year.
  • Excellent value.
  • Available student testimonials and parent references.

Arabic Daily Online

 

  • Translations

Arabic document translation services for your essays, articles, reports, letters, notices, certificates, contracts, company documents, medical documents, passports and more. Arabic to English or English to Arabic translations to your deadlines. No project too small or too big. Get an early quote and quick completion.

  • Tuition

Personalised, private, language courses throughout the year on a one-to-one or group basis. From basics to exam preparation and lessons for business clients. We offer 45/60 and 90-minute sessions as well as full-day intensive and crash course packages to suit your level. Most learners take one or two sessions per week, whilst others require daily study for quicker progress. Available online, at home, at work, at your leisure.

  • GCSE Arabic Examiner

Visiting examiner to schools London wide for the Edexcel, unit 2, Arabic speaking paper and writing paper mocks. We offer a marking service for the Arabic writing paper as well as advice on preparation for GCSE Arabic and support with past papers. This service is open to native as well as non-native speakers. Assessments and guidance also available for students and schools outside of London, within the UK. If you would like to hire the visiting examiner, for your school, please use the contact form for details on examiner rates of hire. Exam cover personnel for all exam types.

  • Exam Invigilation

We provide exam room assistance with student observation, checking student ID, handing out and collection of answer sheets, directing students to seats, confiscating items that are not allowed, not letting anyone in or out of room before the allowed time has passed etc.

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GCSE Arabic Teacher

GCSE Arabic Teacher

GCSE Arabic Teacher Online all over the UK and Dubai, Qatar or wherever you are studying.

GCSE Arabic Teacher

For all your GCSE Arabic Tuition needs. For almost 10 years we have taken students from beginners Arabic level to Exam level and beyond. We offer online Arabic tuition in GCSE as well as for home and schools. We have taught GCSE Arabic in community schools as well as private and state secondary schools. Students typically last anywhere between 6 months and 18 months and some for 24 months. We are not new to this and are aware of the new GCSE Arabic syllabus. All will become clearer as you develop through the course of GCSE Arabic lessons with your GCSE Arabic teacher.

This is just some of what we offer:

  • Marking of Mock Papers.
  • Offer Preparation Lessons Prior to Exam.
  • Teach GCSE Arabic Online via Skype during School hours, after school and outside of School at home.
  • We visit schools between mid-March and mid-April for the Edexcel Arabic speaking paper.
  • Run Pre-GCSE Courses
  • We can tell you how ready your student is and their predicted grade.

Contact us for more information on how to get these online lessons in GCSE Arabic.

GCSE Arabic teacher available for Online Skype lessons. 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 with an online Arabic teacher.

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Course: GCSE Modern Arabic

Level: 2

Code: AOL-04

Location: Online via Skype, your home or other venues.

Start: Flexible throughout the year.

Registration: FREE.

Times: Daytime or Evenings.

Duration: Starting from 12 weeks. Most take it over 52 weeks and a few students do 2 years.

Suitability: Anyone with a good few years background in Arabic.

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Arabic Numbers

Arabic Numbers (Cardinal-denoting quantity)

١ – 1 Waahid

٢ – 2 Ithnaan

٣ – 3 Thalaatha

٤ – 4 Araba’3ah

٥ – 5 Khamsah

٦ – 6 Sittah

٧ – 7 Sab’3ah

٨ – 8 Thamaaniyah

٩ – 9 Tis’3ah

١٠ – 10 Asharah

١١ – 11 Ahada Ashar

١٢ – 12 Ithnaa Ashar

١٣ – 13 Thalaathata Ashar

١٤ – 14 Arabata Ashar

١٥ – 15 Khamsata Ashar

١٦ – 16 Sittata Ashar

١٧ – 17 Sab3ata Ashar

١٨ – 18 Thamaaniyata Ashar

١٩ – 19 Tis3ata Ashar

٢٠ – 20 Ishroon

٢١ – 21 Waahid wa Ishroon

٢٢ – 22 Ithnaan wa Ishroon

٢٣ – 23 Thalaatha wa Ishroon

٢٤ – 24 Araba’ah wa Ishroon

٢٥ – 25 Khamsah wa Ishroon

٢٦ – 26 Sitta wa Ishroon

٢٧ – 27 Sab’3ah wa Ishroon

٢٨ – 28 Thamaaniyah wa Ishroon

٢٩ – 29 Tis’ah wa Ishroon

٣٠ – 30 Thalaathoon

٣١ – 31 Wahid wa Thalathoon

٣٢ – 32 Ithnaan wa Thalathoon

٣٣ – 33 Thalaatha wa Thalathoon

٣٤ – 34 Araba’3ah wa Thalathoon

٣٥ – 35 Khamsah wa Thalathoon

٣٦ – 36 Sitta wa Thalathoon

٣٧ – 37 Sab’ah wa Thalathoon

٣٨ – 38 Thamaaniyah wa Thalathoon

٣٩ – 39 Tiss’ah wa Thalathoon

٤٠ – 40 Ar’ba’3oon

٤١ – 41 Waahid wa Arba3oon

٤٢ – 42 Ithnaan wa Arba3oon

٤٣ – 43 Thalaatha wa Arba3oon

٤٤ – 44 Araba’ah wa Arba3oon

٤٥ – 45 Khamasah wa Arba3oon

٤٦ – 46 Sittah wa Arba3oon

٤٧ – 47 Sab’3ah wa Arba3oon

٤٨ – 48 Thamaaniyah wa Arba3oon

٤٩ – 49 Tis3ah wa Arba3oon

٥٠ – 50 Khamsoon

٦٠ – 60 Sittoon

٧٠ – 70 Saboon

٨٠ – 80 Thamaanon

٩٠ – 90 Tisoon

١٠٠ – 100 Mi’ah

١٠٠٠ – 1000 Alf

٢٠٠٠ – 2000 Alfayn

١٠٠٠٠٠ – 100,000 Mi’at Alf (One Hundred Thousand 100,000)

١٠٠٠٠٠٠ – 1,000,000 Milyoon (One Million مليوون)

١٠٠٠٠٠٠٠٠٠ – 1,000,000,000 Milyaar (One Billion مليار)

 

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Arabic Months

Arabic Months (Secular)

No. Month Arabic Name In Arabic

1

January

يناير

yanaayir

2

February

فبراير

fibraayir

3

March

مارس

maaris

4

April

أبريل/إبريل

ibreel

5

May

مايو

maayo

6

June

يونيو/يونيه

yoonyo

7

July

يوليو/يوليه

yoolyo

8

August

أغسطس

augustus

9

September

سبتمبر

sibtambar

10

October

أكتوبر

uktoobar

11

November

نوفمبر

noofambar

12

December

ديسمبر

desambar

Arabic Months

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Arabic Tuition London

Arabic Tuition London Coverage

Arabic tuition London

SE1 Arabic South Eastern head district: Bankside, South Bank, Lambeth  Southwark, Bermondsey, Vauxhall, Old Kent Road Lambeth, Southwark, City of London
SE2 Arabic Abbey Wood district: Abbey Wood, West Heath, Crossness, Thamesmead, Plumstead Bexley, Greenwich
SE3 Arabic Blackheath district: Blackheath, Kidbrooke, Westcombe Park Greenwich, Lewisham
SE4 Arabic Brockley district: Brockley, Crofton Park Lewisham
SE5 Arabic Camberwell district: Camberwell, Denmark Hill, Peckham, Brixton Southwark, Lambeth
SE6 Arabic Catford district: Catford, Bellingham, Hither Green Lewisham
SE7 Arabic Charlton district: Charlton Greenwich
SE8  Arabic Deptford district: Deptford, Evelyn, Rotherhithe Greenwich, Lewisham, Southwark
SE9 Arabic Eltham district: Eltham, Mottingham, New Eltham, Avery Hill, Falconwood, Sidcup, Chinbrook, Longlands, Kidbrooke, Shooter’s Hill Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, Lewisham
SE10 Arabic Greenwich district: Greenwich, Maze Hill, Greenwich Peninsula Greenwich, Lewisham
SE11 Arabic Kennington district: Kennington, Lambeth, Vauxhall Lambeth, Southwark
SE12 Arabic Lee district: Lee, Mottingham, Grove Park, Chinbrook, Hither Green, Eltham, Horn Park, Blackheath Greenwich, Lewisham, Bromley
SE13 Arabic Lewisham district: Lewisham, Hither Green, Ladywell Greenwich, Lewisham
SE14 Arabic New Cross district: New Cross Lewisham
SE15 Arabic Peckham district: Peckham, Nunhead, South Bermondsey, Old Kent Road Lewisham, Southwark
SE16 Arabic Rotherhithe district: Rotherhithe, Surrey Quays, South Bermondsey Southwark
SE17 Arabic Walworth district: Walworth, Kennington, Newington Southwark
SE18 Arabic Woolwich district: Woolwich, Royal Arsenal, Plumstead, Shooter’s Hill Bexley, Greenwich
SE19 Arabic Norwood district: Upper Norwood, Crystal Palace Bromley, Croydon, Lambeth, Lewisham, Southwark
SE20 Arabic Anerley district: Anerley, Crystal Palace, Penge, Beckenham Bromley
SE21 Arabic Dulwich district: Dulwich, Dulwich Village, West Dulwich, Tulse Hill Lambeth, Southwark
SE22 Arabic East Dulwich district: East Dulwich, Dulwich Village, Peckham Rye, Loughborough Junction, Herne Hill Southwark
SE23 Arabic Forest Hill district: Forest Hill, Honor Oak, Crofton Park Lewisham, Southwark
SE24 Arabic Herne Hill district: Herne Hill, Tulse Hill, Dulwich Lambeth, Southwark
SE25 Arabic South Norwood district: South Norwood, Selhurst, Thornton Heath, Woodside Croydon
SE26 Arabic Sydenham district: Sydenham, Crystal Palace Bromley, Lewisham, Southwark
SE27  Arabic West Norwood district: West Norwood, Gipsy Hill Lambeth
SE28  Arabic Thamesmead district: Thamesmead Bexley, Greenwich

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Terms and Conditions for Arabic Tuition

Terms and Conditions

Dear all,

please find below a link to our terms and conditions page.

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Links to our tuition policy are located at various points on this website as well as on our facebook and twitter sites.

The easiest way to find it is via the menu tab at the top of this website or via the categories section (under terms of service.

This post is just another way for you to be able to view the terms and conditions, via the link above.

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Secure Garden Tips | Home and Gardening | Tidy Gardener

Secure Garden Tips

If you have ever thought you could do with some extra security in your front or back garden, then here you will find some useful tips on how to give your garden a little extra help. When it comes to securing your home from unwanted visitors, we should be mindful but not paranoid. The following tips are not meant to make you move home or start major renovations on your home but more ‘a how to work with what you have’. These secure garden tips are just some of the things you could do but there are also others.

It might not have happened to you yet but that should not lead you to believe that your garden is immune from prowlers. Perhaps you have done a good job of your garden already or maybe you have one of those gardens that no one can get in or out of. In which case this may not apply to you but perhaps it might help someone you know. So let’s get to it.

1. If you have a shed that could be broken into then secure what you can by chaining up your lawnmowers, tool boxes and ladders. A 1-metre chain with a good padlock could slow down that burglar long enough to get them spooked and have them fleeing. So if you do keep items like lawnmowers or ladders do padlock them up wherever they happen to be in the garden. A ladder could also be used to gain entry.

2. Burglars do not like to be seen or be seen acting suspiciously. Whenever you look into your garden you should have a good view of it and anyone who could be in it. With that in mind, a must have security feature would be lighting. Lighting that senses movement and lighting that you can turn off and on from inside the house without going outside, just in case.

3. On the back of tip 2, and some of you are not going to like this but we can’t please everyone. Hedges and bushes. Now I know everyone likes a bit of privacy but think about it…so do burglars. OK, you’re probably asking yourselves “why should I not have hedges or bushes at the front or back of my house just because some burglar could be hiding in or behind it”? Well, that is for you to think about. This is not about chopping all the hedges down, it is rather about being aware of this point and doing what you can to reduce the risks.

4. You might not know it but even the shape of your house and size of your garden can play a roll in your home and garden security. Obviously, the bigger the garden the more secure your fencing should be, all the way around. If your house is square or block shaped it is a better security feature than a house that has walls that go in and out all the way around, where someone could potentially hide around or behind.

5. The last tip would be to remember that home security is the responsibility of everyone living at your home. It makes little sense that only one person remembers to close the back door or lock the garage when others are not as mindful. Talk to your family and let them know that the more the weak links in your home the more you need to think about other levels of home security. If not you will think about it when it is too late and your home space has been violated by an intruder.

This is not just a matter of whether they are able to take the tv or not, most burglars probably have more than enough TVs, this is potentially a personal safety and life-saving procedure.

If you would like a synopsis done on your home by someone with an eye for home security. Then feel free to use the contact details on this page in order for us to get someone out to you.

Call out fees:

  • External, back and front, security review £30.00.
  • External and internal downstairs security review £35.00
  • Payments are made via bank transfer, not in cash, and is subject to location.

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Anti Extremism Visiting Speaker

Anti Extremism Visiting Speaker

Anti Extremism Visiting Speaker

When we are not offering language tuition, or supporting schools with language speaking exams, we also speak on issues of concern at school and centres.

We aim to help tackle topics that young people may encounter within the school, at home or on the streets of the UK.

The topics we cover include but are not limited to:

Transnational extremism and radical influences (Whether so-called Islamist, right-wing or other).

Knife crime and dangerous weapons.

Racism, bullying and the behaviour of hatred.

Drugs and substance abuse.

These are just some of the things that your school or centre may wish a speaker to address. you are free to contact us with regard to any other topic you may want us to look at. We offer fluent English speakers who are passionate about the issues mentioned above, not only because they are parents and teachers themselves but because they also understand the background of children that are experiencing life-altering circumstances.

The speaker is aware of the sensitive nature of some of these topics and is willing to sit with teachers to cover such areas prior to any speaking engagement, whether on the day or prior.

It is an education in itself which students can benefit from on many levels. Many children are unable to perform well in school due to a lack of certain types of individuals or an understanding which they can identify with. Children tick and click on concepts and issues via multiple dimensions of understanding not just notions of legal or governmental do’s and don’ts.

Our speaking events are catered to groups of 5 or more children but specific numbers and fees can be discussed separately.

Feel free to call and speak to us or email us using the details on the contact page.

The Speaker is aware of the Visiting Speaker Guidelines

https://www.safeguardinginschools.co.uk/visiting-speakers-policy/

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Arabic Tutor

Arabic Tutor

Arabic tutor in and around London for courses/lessons in Arabic language. Arabic Tutor

To advertise on this site as an Arabic tutor please go to the contact page on this site or use the contact details at the top and bottom of this site.

South London, East London, West London & North London Online Arabic Tutor.

E1
Whitechapel, Stepney, Mile End
SE1
Waterloo, Bermondsey, Southwark, Borough
E1W
Wapping
SE2
Abbey Wood
E2
Bethnal Green, Shoreditch
SE3
Blackheath, Westcombe Park
E3
Bow, Bromley-by-Bow
SE4
Brockley, Crofton Park, Honor Oak Park
E4
Chingford, Highams Park
SE5
Camberwell
E5
Clapton
SE6
Catford, Hither Green, Bellingham
E6
East Ham
SE7
Charlton
E7
Forest Gate, Upton Park
SE8
Deptford
E8
Hackney, Dalston
SE9
Eltham, Mottingham
E9
Hackney, Homerton
SE10
Greenwich
E10
Leyton
SE11
Lambeth
E11
Leytonstone
SE12
Lee, Grove Park
E12
Manor Park
SE13
Lewisham, Hither Green
E13
Plaistow
SE14
New Cross, New Cross Gate
E14
Poplar, Millwall, Isle of Dogs, Docklands
SE15
Peckham, Nunhead
E15
Stratford, West Ham
SE16
Rotherhithe, South Bermonsey, Surrey Docks
E16
Canning Town, North Woolwich, Docklands
SE17
Walworth, Elephant & Castle
E17
Walthamstow
SE18
Woolwich, Plumstead
E18
South Woodford
SE19
Upper Norwood, Crystal Palace
E20
Olympic Park
SE20
Penge, Anerley
SE21
Dulwich
WC1
Bloomsbury, Gray’s Inn
SE22
East Dulwich
WC2
Covent Garden, Holborn, Strand
SE23
Forest Hill
SE24
Herne Hill
EC1
Clerkenwell, Finsbury, Barbican
SE25
South Norwood
EC2
Moorgate, Liverpool Street
SE26
Sydenham
EC3
Monument, Tower Hill, Aldgate
SE27
West Norwood, Tulse Hill
EC4
Fleet Street, St. Paul’s
SE28
Thamesmead
N1
Islington, Barnsbury, Canonbury
SW1
Westminster, Belgravia, Pimlico
N2
East Finchley
SW2
Brixton, Streatham Hill
N3
Finchley Central
SW3
Chelsea, Brompton
N4
Finsbury Park, Manor House
SW4
Clapham
N5
Highbury
SW5
Earl’s Court
N6
Highgate
SW6
Fulham, Parson’s Green
N7
Holloway
SW7
South Kensington
N8
Hornsey, Crouch End
SW8
South Lambeth, Nine Elms
N9
Lower Edmonton
SW9
Stockwell, Brixton
N10
Muswell Hill
SW10
West Brompton, World’s End
N11
Friern Barnet, New Southgate
SW11
Battersea, Clapham Junction
N12
North Finchley, Woodside Park
SW12
Balham
N13
Palmers Green
SW13
Barnes, Castelnau
N14
Southgate
SW14
Mortlake, East Sheen
N15
Seven Sisters
SW15
Putney, Roehampton
N16
Stoke Newington, Stamford Hill
SW16
Streatham, Norbury
N17
Tottenham
SW17
Tooting
N18
Upper Edmonton
SW18
Wandsworth, Earlsfield
N19
Archway, Tufnell Park
SW19
Wimbledon, Merton
N20
Whetstone, Totteridge
SW20
South Wimbledon, Raynes Park
N21
Winchmore Hill
N22
Wood Green, Alexandra Palace
W1
Mayfair, Marylebone, Soho
W2
Bayswater, Paddington
NW1
Regent’s Park, Camden Town
W3
Acton
NW2
Cricklewood, Neasden
W4
Chiswick
NW3
Hampstead, Swiss Cottage
W5
Ealing
NW4
Hendon, Brent Cross
W6
Hammersmith
NW5
Kentish Town
W7
Hanwell
NW6
West Hampstead, Kilburn, Queens Park
W8
Kensington
NW7
Mill Hill
W9
Maida Vale, Warwick Avenue
NW8
St John’s Wood
W10
Ladbroke Grove, North Kensington
NW9
Kinsbury, Colindale
W11
Notting Hill, Holland Park
NW10
Willesden, Harlesden, Kensal Green
W12
Shepherd’s Bush
NW11
Golders Green, Hampstead Gdn Suburb
W13
West Ealing
W14
West Kensington

Online Arabic Lessons and Arabic tutor are available for the above areas, as well as outside of London. 

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Medina Arabic Lessons

Medina Arabic Lessons

These Medina Arabic lessons are suitable for:

Learners of the Quran.

Pre GCSE Arabic students.

Beginners of Arabic to Advanced.

Muslim Students.

Homeschooled children.

If you’re looking for an online tutor to go through all the books then our Skype ID> arabicdaily or use our other contact details on this website.

 

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Some reasons to learn Arabic

Arabic is the fourth/fifth most spoken language in the world. There are many countries that speak Arabic as a first language. One of the first things that a person does when he or she becomes a Muslim is to learn some basic Arabic words and chapters of the Quran. Arabic is also the language of many Christians in the Middle East who are very proud of their language.

Why would anyone learn Arabic?

  1. It is a scientific language.
  2. It is a spiritual language.
  3. It is one of the top languages to learn in political and economic circles.
  4. Its letters are clear, unlike many other languages where various letters can have different sounds and pronunciations.
  5. It is a language whose learners increase every time someone becomes Muslim…and we all know how many people are becoming Muslims, despite the negative media stereotypes and shocking stories.
  6. It is a language not just of Arabs or for Arabs, as the Arabic language has been made international…it is now open for anyone to learn.
  7. There are obviously many jobs a person can get if they can speak Arabic such as within Journalism, travel companies, NGO’s, charitable organisations and aid agencies, translation and interpretation, teaching, spy agencies and secret services, financial institutes working and meeting with those rich Arabs etc etc etc.
  8. For social reasons…maybe you have a Muslim friend or know someone who is Arab or speaks Arabic.
  9. It is a language that has been around for some 2000 years. It has classical, modern and colloquial versions of it.
  10. And last but not least it is the language of one of the most popular and widely read books ever. The language of a book that is controversial but attracts so many people of all backgrounds and cultures. It is the language of the Holy Quran.

There are many Arabic words used in other languages like English, you may even speak words of Arabic origin without even realising.

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