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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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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.

Al Arabeya Bayna Yadayk

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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.

Al Arabiya Bayna Yadayk

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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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