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ADLS – ADLSUK | Arabic Daily Language Support UK

ADLSUK / ADLS UK | Arabic Daily Language Support UK

Welcome to ADLS UK | Arabic Daily Language Support UK.

In life and learning, we often need a little help, so it makes sense to have access to support and resources that can make a little difference.

What is ADLS UK?

Arabic Daily Language Support UK (ADLS UK) is an independent language education company which started back in 2011. It was re-established in 2014 to incorporate it’s not for profit charitable works, alongside its community-focused literacy and educational development projects. ADLS was founded in London via a network of inspired people keen to give back to communities in different ways.

ADLS UK is motivated by such organisations as UNESCO and its International Literacy Day in September. As well as World Book Day during March, World Language Day, Education Day and similar celebrations and observances.

What is your mission?

Our mission is simply to support, serve and inspire change. Well-being, peace, love and understanding are at the core of our mission statement. We believe that one of the paths to learning is establishing a positive ethos, founded on faith and trust. This path to learning also seeks to foster a climate of respect and trust amongst people based on shared values across communities. Ultimately it is a mission of sharing for success.

What are the ADLS project themes and aims?

  • To provide community education support, (Functional Skills, Numeracy & Literacy).
  • To advance awareness of positive behaviour & lifestyle, (Moral, Psychological & Spiritual Development).
  • To promote the well being of children and adults, (Health, Peace Building & Safeguarding).

What do you do?  

  • Our primary work is to support language and literacy activities. This often takes place in homes, schools, centres and online.
  • We provide support for lifestyle lessons and well-being awareness programmes.
  • We look at ways to support causes such as literacy, behavioural improvement, safeguarding and various humanitarian projects.
  • We are in contact with tradesmen, painters and decorators, gardeners and other service providers such as English and Maths tutors.
  • We prepare students for exams in the UK and abroad.
  • We provide visiting examiner, interpreter and translation services.
  • We arrange speaker hire for an event or school visit.

How can I make inquiries or support ADLS?

Unless you already have other contact details for us, via our other websites, then you may use the following contact information:

  • Email: arabicdaily [at] gmail [dot] com
  • 0786 786 2520

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Mehdi Hassan | Oxford Union Debate | Islam

Seyed Mehdi Hassan at the Oxford Union debate on Islam a religion of peace.

Interesting reference to Persian-Arab scholar Muḥammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī, who was a Muslim scientist in the 7th/8th century, from whom we get Algorithm, which is used for computer science.Mehdi Hassan Oxford Union Debat

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Tips for Learning the Arabic Language

Tips for Learning Arabic

Vocabulary lists are ok but slow, learning phrases and sentences is much better. This does not mean you should not learn vocab lists, it may suit you at times.


Unless you have to or need to then stay away from colloquials… all of them and learn MSA or Classical first, its easier that way, although often it may be unavoidable.


Listen to audios of Arabic speakers in the target area that you wish to learn. So if you want to learn Modern Arabic listen to the news or documentaries. If you want to learn Classical Arabic listen to the Quran, talks and some debates.


Every now and again practice your spoken Arabic with the little you know, until you get regular conversation and used to talking.


Use all the language skills not just reading.


You do not have to study complex concepts all the time mix it up sometimes by being exposed to a variety of simpler material, in fusha Arabic.


Learning a little daily is better than cramming at the last minute or trying to do too much in a short space of time.


Revise, review, repeat. Whenever possible try to go back over material you might have already covered no matter how long ago it was.


If you are having group lessons the smaller the group the better the results. Likewise the larger the group the more distraction or potential for time to be wasted. Try to learn with people who are motivated and consistent.


Self study may not work for most people but if you have a 1 to 1 with a tutor this may assist you better than going it alone or being amongst groups.


There is no big secret to learning it is all about being consistent. If you accept that there will be challenges and that some concepts may take time to understand you are more likely to last longer on your learning path. If you have good reasons for learning Arabic you will have more enjoyable moments. You will likely encounter a range of tutors, resources and books, some better than others.


Despite any reservations that you may have about a particular resource there may also be a positive aspect to it that adds to the overall learning experience.


Every now and again practice your spoken Arabic with the little you know, until you get regular conversation and used to talking.


Use all the language skills not just reading.


You do not have to study complex concepts all the time mix it up sometimes by being exposed to a variety of simpler material, in fusha Arabic.


Learning a little daily is better than cramming at the last minute or trying to do too much in a short space of time.


Revise, review, repeat. Whenever possible try to go back over material you might have already covered no matter how long ago it was.


If you are having group lessons the smaller the group the better the results. Likewise the larger the group the more distraction or potential for time to be wasted. Try to learn with people who are motivated and consistent.


Self study may not work for most people but if you have a 1 to 1 with a tutor this may assist you better than going it alone or being amongst groups.


There is no big secret to learning it is all about being consistent. If you accept that there will be challenges and that some concepts may take time to understand you are more likely to last longer on your learning path. If you have good reasons for learning Arabic you will have more enjoyable moments. You will likely encounter a range of tutors, resources and books, some better than others.


Despite any reservations that you may have about a particular resource there may also be a positive aspect to it that adds to the overall learning experience.


Vocabulary lists are ok but slow, learning phrases and sentences is much better. This does not mean you should not learn vocab lists, it may suit you at times.


Unless you have to or need to then stay away from colloquials… all of them and learn MSA or Classical first, its easier that way, although often it may be unavoidable.


Listen to audios of Arabic speakers in the target area that you wish to learn. So if you want to learn Modern Arabic listen to the news or documentaries. If you want to learn Classical Arabic listen to the Quran, talks and some debates.


Every now and again practice your spoken Arabic with the little you know, until you get regular conversation and used to talking.


Use all the language skills not just reading.


You do not have to study complex concepts all the time mix it up sometimes by being exposed to a variety of simpler material, in fusha Arabic.


Learning a little daily is better than cramming at the last minute or trying to do too much in a short space of time.


Revise, review, repeat. Whenever possible try to go back over material you might have already covered no matter how long ago it was.


If you are having group lessons the smaller the group the better the results. Likewise the larger the group the more distraction or potential for time to be wasted. Try to learn with people who are motivated and consistent.


Self study may not work for most people but if you have a 1 to 1 with a tutor this may assist you better than going it alone or being amongst groups.


There is no big secret to learning it is all about being consistent. If you accept that there will be challenges and that some concepts may take time to understand you are more likely to last longer on your learning path. If you have good reasons for learning Arabic you will have more enjoyable moments. You will likely encounter a range of tutors, resources and books, some better than others.


Despite any reservations that you may have about a particular resource there may also be a positive aspect to it that adds to the overall learning experience.

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Contact: 0786 786 2520 | arabicdaily@gmail.com | 07867862520

Contact: 0786 786 2520 arabicdaily@gmail.com

 

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Register for Arabic

Register for Arabic

Welcome to Arabic with Arabic Daily. This is some information we have put together to support your registration process. Some steps you may have already taken and some you may still need to do. If you have already completed all the steps, mentioned on the how to enrol page, then you are almost there and good luck with the assessment and lessons.

  1. Email your interest with as much information about the learner’s Arabic background, level, the year at school, age, how long you wish to take the lessons for, year of intended exam, location, is it for home or online tuition etc.
  2. After your initial email, we may request some more information if your first email is not sufficient or other info that you shall need to send via email. Any delay in reply may mean you miss out on a slot.
  3. Connect via Skype. Request a link if you are not familiar with Skype. If you already have a Skype ID then you can connect with us at arabicdaily all one word, it may also appear in the search as Arabic Daily . (with a period after the word). You should avoid trying to connect at the same time as your appointment, just in case there are issues trying to connect as this can waste valuable time. Try to connect with us a day before your lessons are due to start. 
  4. You will then receive information on how and when to make payment. One-off payments for an assessment or for lessons that start mid-month will have a different payment date arrangement to the normal monthly advanced payment date. The monthly advanced payment date is no later than the 1st (first) of each month. The time of the advanced monthly payment is no later than midday if your lessons are in the evening or on the previous day if your lessons are early morning or afternoon. This email should be saved for future payment reference.
  5. Once payment has been received, and your Skype is set up/connected, you should send us a message in Skype with the following info: learner’s name, assessment date and time and any other info you may wish to state.

That’s it for the initial registration process, don’t forget the T&Cs. Thank you and good luck.

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The Seven Learning Styles

The Seven Learning Styles

  • Visual (spatial):You prefer using pictures, images, and spatial understanding.
  • Aural (auditory-musical): You prefer using sound and music.
  • Verbal (linguistic): You prefer using words, both in speech and writing.
  • Physical (kinesthetic): You prefer using your body, hands and sense of touch.
  • Logical (mathematical): You prefer using logic, reasoning and systems.
  • Social (interpersonal): You prefer to learn in groups or with other people.
  • Solitary (intrapersonal): You prefer to work alone and use self-study.

source: learning-styles-online.com/overview/index.php

Learning style tests

http://www.educationplanner.org/students/self-assessments/learning-styles.shtml

The VARK Questionnaire

https://www.howtolearn.com/learning-styles-quiz/

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Christiano Ronaldo in Arabic

Big headed or confident?

لاعبي المفضل هو أنا، لا أحتاج سوى أن أنظر  في المرآة لأراه. في أوقات فراغي أشاهد مباريات مسجلة لنفسي. في الواقع أنا أشاهد مباريات لنفسي حتى عندما أكون جالسًا في مدرجات إحدى مباريات فريقي، (1) وبصراحة، لو كان الجميع في مستواي لكان حالنا أفضل بكثير، (2) المشكلة أنه حتى عندما يكون الجميع في نفس المستوى فإن الجميع لا يكون في نفس المستوى، هذا ما ستعاني منه إن كنت في نفس المستوى وأنت لن تكون في نفس المستوى أبدًا، لذا فلن تعاني منه.

Source Al Jazeerah

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LearnArabicDaily

LearnArabicDaily

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

Larger groups also welcome depending on size of venue.

Class sizes limited for quality and speed of learning.

Main club days are Tuesday to Thursday.

Daytime or evening sessions.

For home schooling or social learning purposes.

Learn for less as a group.

60 minute or 90 minute sessions.

Learn Arabic Daily

Thinking of starting home school for your Muslim children?

Are you a non Muslim home schooler who wants to learn Arabic?

Or are you already home schooling and just need a Quran tutor?

Not able to self study and need tutor help?

We help with developing Quran reading, Tajweed skills and Memorisation of Quran.

We also help children and adults prepare for GCSE Arabic in the UK whether your a beginner or just a little rusty.

Our weekly, homeschool availability is usually Tuesday-Thursday daytime.

If you are interested in an evening slot you may have to add your name to a waiting list until a slot becomes available, as we only have limited evening hours which fill quickly.

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Thinking of starting home school for your Muslim children?

Are you a non Muslim home schooler who wants to learn Arabic?

Or are you already home schooling and just need a Quran tutor?

Not able to self study and need tutor help?

We help with developing Quran reading, Tajweed skills and Memorisation of Quran.

We also help children and adults prepare for GCSE Arabic in the UK whether your a beginner or just a little rusty.

Our weekly, homeschool availability is usually Tuesday-Thursday daytime.

If you are interested in an evening slot you may have to add your name to a waiting list until a slot becomes available, as we only have limited evening hours which fill quickly.learnarabicdaily learnarabicdaily learrnarabicdaily learnarabicdailyn 

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Learn Arabic Daily Online via Skype

Learn Arabic Daily Online via Skype

Whether Quran or Arabic Lessons.

Daily England/UK and Worldwide lessons via your laptop.

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. Learn Arabic daily.

 

Online Quran Lessons and Tutor

Quran and Arabic Lessons Online

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 10pm 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.

Quranic Arabic is also known as Classical Arabic or Fusha (most eloquent).

It is used for speaking, speeches, films, plays, cartoons, prayers, supplications, contracts and transactions, history books, books of law etc.

The importance of this form of Arabic is very influential to Muslims as it is this Arabic that Muslims use for reading the Quran and praying, saying duas, reading/quoting hadeeth, and reading history.

There are several ways to learn to read/recite the Quran. Some people prefer one method whilst others use a variety of ways to learn. Some people learn via transliteration, some listen to audios, repeat and memorise what they hear. Other people use books that gradually take you through the various rules of reading Quran and there are other ways too.

People want to learn the Quran for many different reasons. It could be because of the blessings of just reading the Quran or because of the feeling of being able to complete the Quran over and over again in the original Arabic language or the feeling you get from understanding the verses in a different way to in the English. Whatever the reason for wanting to learn the Quran one thing is for sure is that the Quran is the word of Allah and reading the Quran is a conversation with Allah.

If you would like to learn how to read the Quran, for whatever reason, there is no time like the present. Quranic Arabic Lessons now available for the early birds. Learn Arabic daily, today and everyday.

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Female Quran Tutor Wembley – Harrow

Quran Tutor for Ladies

Online Skype tuition or Visiting female Quran tutor? You choose. Available in the following areas of North West London.

Queensbury LONDON, HARROW, STANMORE, EDGWARE NW, HA
Stonebridge LONDON NW
Sudbury WEMBLEY, HARROW HA
Tokyngton WEMBLEY HA
Source: Wikipedia

Female Quran tutors are in high demand

You may have taken classes before but had to stop for one reason or another and now want to get started again. We have a female Quran tutor, which are in high demand, so book now before its too late. If you are a female Quran tutor and want to be advertised or seek tuition in Wembley or other areas please contact us.

The best way to Learn Quranic Arabic is often with a Quranic Skype Tutor. If you live in an area where there are not many Arabic or Quran tutors try online lessons via Skype with a male or female Quran tutor. Arabic Daily has been teaching online Arabic and Quran 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 learn the Quran or Arabic on a daily basis you have found one of the most long-lasting, experienced, Arabic speaking tutors on the web. We focus on Online Skype Ar,mnbabic 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 Quran tutor and means you do not end up spending excessively for tuition. Daytime lessons online or with a visiting Quran tutor in Wembley or Harrow areas.

There are many Arabic teachers around, some are better than others. If you want affordable, reliable Arabic tuition that will really increase your level of Arabic then look around for a teacher that suits your needs best. You may wish the tutor to attend your home or you may want Skype lessons. You may want to pay per lesson or pay monthly. You may want to focus on one language skill or the whole range.

It is often the case that you may chop and change your tutors just to get the right balance, there is nothing wrong with that. Even language tutors have to look for the right person to do a building or plumbing job around the house or interview a Maths tutor for their own children.

You may not be ready to study Arabic right now but if you know someone who does want to study Arabic help us to help them by passing on our contact details.

We do Arabic home tuition, online lessons in Arabic and Arabic clubs. If your studying for a GCSE or perhaps wish to take an AS/A’ Level at some stage we can offer you the support you need.

If you are a school looking for an Arabic teacher for GCSE exams our tutoring service can provide you with a GCSE Arabic Examiner for the Edexcel specification.

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