80% Quran Words

English Audio Visual Picture English Arabic this هَذَا this هَذِهِ that ذَلِكَ that تِلْكَ these هَؤُلَاءِ those أُولَئِكَ he who الَّذِي she who الَّتِي those who الَّذِّينَ those who اللَّاتي (there is) no God لَا إِلَه except Allah إِلَّا الله never, certainly not كَلَّا not لََنْ not لَمْ not مَا not لَيْسَ، لَيْسَتْ yes, indeed […]

Keyboard

  Please be aware that there may be a slight delay between clicking on a letter and the audio sounding. `� 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 – Backspace Tab ز ر ذ د خ ح ج ث ت ب ا {[ }] Caps Lock ق ف غ ع ظ ط […]

Dua Introduction

  Introduction “And your Lord has stated: Make du’a to Me, I will (of a surety) respond to you. Verily, those who are too arrogant to worship Me will enter the Fire of Hell, humiliated”. (Surah Ghaafir: 60) Truly, man has been created for a noble and great purpose – that he may worship Allah alone, […]

Examples-Sifaat

Examples of Sifaat Hems Letter Extract from Verse Surah : Verse Letter Extract from Verse Surah :Verse Jahr Letter Extract from Verse Surah : Verse Letter Extract from Verse Surah :Verse Ista’ala / Tafkheem Letter Extract from Verse Surah : Verse Letter Extract from Verse Surah :Verse Safeer Letter Extract from Verse Surah : Verse […]

Exercise-Idghaam Mutaqaaribain

Exercises Verse Surah : Verse 6:147 20:114 4:158 23:29 23:93 23:97 Answers The occurrences of Idghaam Mutaqaaribain have been underlined in the following verses. Click on the ‘Surah:Verse’ number of each verse to hear audio Verse Surah : Verse 6:147 20:114 4:158 23:29 23:93 23:97  

Lesson 5 Final Form

Final Form The final form of each letter. ج ث ت ب  ا  ﺞ ﺚ ﺖ ﺐ ﺎ ر ذ د خ ح ﺮ  ﺬ ﺪ ﺦ ﺢ ض ص ش س   ز ﺾ ﺺ ﺶ  ﺲ ﺰ ف غ ع ظ ط ﻒ ﻎ ﻊ  ﻆ ﻂ ن م ل ك ق ﻦ ﻢ […]

Lesson 32 Yaa leen

Yaa Leen Let’s produce an ‘ay‘ sound : letter vowelled with a fathah joined onto yaa For a more detailed tajweed explanation, click here.   Now let’s practise and perfect..  

Waqf

        The Rules of Stopping (Waqf) Definition ‘To stop on the last letter of a complete word, which is disconnected from the word after it, and giving the last letter a sukoon and by breaking the breath, then taking a new breath to read the next word.’ (Jami-ul-waqaf) The proper way to […]