This book has been designed keeping beginners in mind. It will assist the reader in reading and writing the Arabic alphabets. The reader can practice writing by using written exercises, learning to say the Arabic letters and add new words to the readers vocabulary.
Words in this book have been picked up from the day-to-day usage, allowing them to be utilized in daily life. English phonetics have been used to introduce each new Arabic letter and vocabulary word.
This can be an effective tool to unite the entire family. It enables the entire family to have fun together through the learning process.
Moreover, there are colorful pictures which add to the beauty of the book.
This book is for beginners of all ages. It has been designed in such a way that as long as you are a beginner you should find something beneficial in it. By making use of the bottom half page you may learn to practice writing your Arabic alphabet. Also, with each introduction of a new word you may learn to say the arabic letters or you may add to your arabic vocabulary. English phonetics have been used to introduce each new Arabic letter and Arabic vocabulary word. You may also notice that the vocabulary words are taken from everyday usage, which allows them to easily be utilized in daily life. Arabic for Beginners Book 2 is a tool for uniting the family. It is a piece of work helping parents and children to work together and through its learning process it can also enable the entire family to have fun together.
Several unique features are contained in this book:
- The exact pronunciation of the letters and words.
- The usage of words used in our daily life as well as Islamic vocabulary.
- It is for beginners of all ages.
- The best effort has been used to avoid images that are not in accordance with Islamic teachings.
- The book is also followed by at least two other books for beginners, out of which 3 and 4 are already published.
I pray Allah (SWT) accept this humble effort, to make it sincerely for His pleasure and to make it beneficial for the Muslims.
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