Understand why words have different states, create Basic Sentences, understand the building blocks of sentences, dissect sentences from Hadith and Qur’an, understand how sentences interact with one another
Sundays-Thursdays 6 – 7:30 p.m. in the Mirror Hall
You should be able to do amazing things.
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Ustadh Faraz is an exceptionally talented teacher. His understanding of the students’ psyche added with his ability to untangle the mysteries of the Arabic grammar makes him absolutely formidable. He’s also a fine human being.
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 with Ustadh Faraz Malik was the first time I engaged with Arabic in a way that was clear, organized, and retainable. Ustadh Faraz’s approach to teaching the Arabic language is the best I have seen for many reasons, but I will mention only a couple of the most crucial ones for the sake of brevity.
It goes without saying that Ustadh Faraz has a mastery of the Arabic Language, one that is unique for the clarity with which its complexity is systemized. The way he presents the science and the way his students receive it reflect this clarity of organization. This aspect of his teaching allows for easy understanding followed by guaranteed retention.
Perhaps the most valuable aspect of Ustadh Faraz’s approach to teaching Arabic is its accessibility. It does not appeal to previous knowledge of a specific language’s grammar; rather, it appeals to reason and a general understanding of how language works. This makes Ustadh Faraz’s approach widely accessible and universally beneficial.
Faraz’s teaching style brought out both the fine technical points of Arabic grammar as well as an overarching framework for sorting through a large amount of information. I feel more practically equipped to read texts of my interest after his class.
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I Now Present Some Bob Ross Quotes. You're Welcome.
Even trees need a friend. We all need friends. And maybe, maybe, maybe… You are only limited by your imagination. For the lack of a better word I call them hangy downs. If we’re going to have animals around we all have to be concerned about them and take care of them.
Paint anything you want on the canvas. Create your own world. We don’t make mistakes we just have happy little accidents. Exercising the imagination, experimenting with talents, being creative; these things, to me, are truly the windows to your soul. This is a fantastic little painting.
If you hypnotize it, it will go away. I’ll go over the colors one more time that we use: Titanium white, Thalo green, Prussian blue, Van Dyke brown, Alizarin crimson, Sap green, Cad yellow, and Permanent red. Here we’re limited by the time we have. And I will hypnotize that just a little bit. Son of a gun.
This present moment is perfect simply due to the fact you’re experiencing it. Here’s another little happy bush There we go. Just think about these things in your mind – then bring them into your world. Just make a decision and let it go. Let your imagination be your guide.
Anytime you learn something your time and energy are not wasted. There he comes. Let’s build some happy little clouds up here.