3 step program to build the fundamentals
This approached has worked for thousands of students to better understand the Quran.
$200 per course | Each course 8 weeks
3 times a week
Sept. 6 – October 29
Don’t know the letters?
Finish our Letters course in no time to start Part One.
Begin Your Journey Here.
You will be able to:
2. Use a dictionary
Three parts of speech (nouns, verbs, prepostions), Verb conjugations, Different states of words (raf, nasb, jarr), and How to use Arabic-to-English dictionary
Saturdays (10 a.m. EST)
Monday & Wednesday (4-5 p.m. EST)
You will be able to:
1. Construct sentences
2. Translate with ease
3. Access texts
Types of sentences, Subject and Predicate, Adjectives, Words in state of raf, nasb and jarr, and How to break sentences down with translation.
Saturdays (9 a.m. EST)
Mondays & Wednesdays (5-6 p.m. EST)
Qasas Al-Nabiyyin قصص النبيين :
This is a famous book by Shaykh Abu Al-Hasan Al-Nadawi. It is a book written in voweled Arabic about Prophets to help students increase their vocabulary and speed.
1. Will meet with Ustadh Faraz thrice a week, with about 5-10 pages of reading for homework.
2. Translation homework will be turned in and checked
3. Every class will have students reading, translating, and analyzing the grammar.
Saturdays (11 am EST)
Mondays & Wednesdays (6-7 p.m. EST)
Check out a sample of our course
Part One Free Trial
For a student who already knows letters, words, and vowels
Learn three parts of speech (nouns, verbs, prepositions), pronouns and their different types, conjugate verbs, learn the 10 Forms, and learn how to use Hans Wehr Arabic-to-English dictionary
I have taken dozens of Arabic courses at multiple universities in the United States and abroad, and Faraz is by far the best Arabic Grammar instructor I have ever had…
Sarah, Princeton University
Having studied Arabic formally for two years and informally since childhood via a variety of methods, approaches, and texts, I believe it is impactful when I say that my grammar course…
Hanna Kim, Zaytuna College
Faraz is one of the best Arabic instructors I’ve ever had. He completely unravelled the often intimidating elements of Arabic grammar into lucid lessons without ever overwhelming us. His care and concern for teaching were evident in the way he devised his own methods to organize and explain Arabic grammar when the textbook fell short. When I started his class, I had a weak foundation in Arabic grammar, but I’m now very confident about my knowledge thanks to him.
Maryam, Harvard University
As a student who has studied three intensive semesters with Faraz, I can confidently say that his teaching style and system are excellent. I was taken from a level where I did not know any Arabic to a level where I could continue to read and understand classical texts by myself. I strongly recommend Faraz to anyone seeking knowledge in the Arabic language.
Anfas, Sri Lanka
We teach Arabic grammar. Whether you want to learn Classical Arabic (Quran, Hadith, Islamic texts) or Modern Standard Arabic (Speaking to Arabs, Reading Novels, Writing, Listening to Al-Jazeera, etc.), learning the fundamentals of Arabic is your first step.
Our classes are live through Zoom. After class has ended, we post the recording online for viewers to see. Each student will have access to the recordings for one year.
Yes. After each topic we give you either Quranic verses or hadith exercises to test out the new topic you’ve learned.
Why Quran and hadith?
- It is voweled (most Arabic texts are not voweled)
- If one can break down Quran and hadith, then everything else becomes easier
- There are many translations available
We offer 4 courses:
- Part One – Morphology
- Part Two – Syntax
- Part Three – Advanced Arabic
Yes, once you purchase the course we will send you the workbook in the mail. We ship everything through priority mail. Prices may be higher than usual due to Covid-19. We appreciate your patience.
We offer courses every 2 months.
Each course costs $200, including shipping for U.S. and Canada.
- Someone who wants to understand the Quran and hadith
- Someone who has studied Arabic but wants a better grammatical understanding
- PhD students seeking to access classical texts
- University students looking for a supplementary resource
- Curious explorers
You will learn the basic fundamental building blocks of Arabic. Some call this grammar. Some topics included are
- Three Parts of Speech (Nouns, Verbs, and Prepositions)
- Conjugations of verbs
- How to use an Arabic-to-English dictionary
- Types of sentences
- Correcting misconceptions
Yes, but the student has to pay shipping costs. We also recommend paying in advanced to allow time for the books to arrive. Due to the Covid-19 situation shipping may take longer.
Yes. You just register for this course and email us.