Read the Quran in 20 days

Who is this course for?

If you’d like to:

  • Recognize the Arabic Alphabet

  • Read the Quran all on your own

  • Correct your pronunciation of Arabic using fun and easy techniques

  • Be a more confident Muslim

  • Learn more about the Quran

  • Be able to teach your children how to read the Quran

  • Learn from an expert teacher who has spent his life teaching the Quran and Arabic

Then this is the course for you!


Curriculum:

In this class, we will use the Nooraniyyah Alphabet book to work through the entire Arabic alphabet, starting with Alif. After the alphabet, we will move on to vowels, and words found in the Quran.

Course length:

  • 21 lessons, with over 21 hours of content
  • Full recordings available, but each lesson is also broken down into bite-sized lessons for easier understanding

Homework:

After each lesson, make time to practice what you've gone over, and constantly review. There is no set homework. It is up to you how much time you spend on your review.

Prerequisites:

No prerequisites!

We're starting from the very beginning of the Arabic language. Anyone can join in!

Materials required:

  • A notebook and pen

  • An internet connection

  • A computer / phone / tablet, with a working speaker

Students receive:

  • Every recording

  • All materials used by the instructor

What comes after level 1?

Let’s Recite the Quran Level 2:

In level 2, we will continue to work on our pronunciation of the Arabic alphabet. Especially those tricky letters that are unique to Arabic.

OR

Understanding Quranic Arabic Levels 1-3:

In UQA level 1-3, we will begin our journey to understand Quran Arabic, introducing new concepts and ideas to make it as simple as possible.

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Sample Schedule

Follow this schedule to complete the program in just 20 days

Testimonials

What students are saying:

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Learning made easy!

Armida Commesse

Learning made easy! Practical examples and ways to pronounce the Arabic alphabet. It feels easy, of course it requires a lot of practice after learning the letters but the learning method makes it feel easy. Alhumdulillah!

Learning made easy! Practical examples and ways to pronounce the Arabic alphabet. It feels easy, of course it requires a lot of practice after learning the letters but the learning method makes it feel easy. Alhumdulillah!

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Thank you again to Imam Adam Jamal

wahida sher mohammad atai

Imam Adam Jamal is the best best Quran teacher with all knowledge. He knows how to teach and I am so happy I have this class with Imam Adam. The way he explains things make it easy for me to understand.

Imam Adam Jamal is the best best Quran teacher with all knowledge. He knows how to teach and I am so happy I have this class with Imam Adam. The way he explains things make it easy for me to understand.

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Great!

Aisha Unger

Very easy to navigate!

Very easy to navigate!

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Loved it

SHANELLE Hawkins

Very nicely paced, and entertaining!

Very nicely paced, and entertaining!

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Ahlam

"I love the fact that [this course] gave me more confidence to be able to read the Quran. With this course, I've been able to read Juz 'Amma on my own!"

Ibrahim

“The patience of the host or instructor was great, as well as the vivid pronunciations. I now have the ability to decipher the alphabet and put them together into words and phrases. I feel terrific!”

Hina

“The class by itself is interesting. Imam Adam patiently goes through our doubts and clarifies them for us. Sometimes he makes up funny stories regarding how to identify the letters and pronounce them and we end up not forgetting them. [Previously] I learnt the Quran without the proper Tajweed. This class helped me pronounce every letter and read it correctly and beautifully, Alhamdulillah. I feel glad and confident when I see the difference while reading the Quran after the class. This proper guidance was what I had lacked and Alhamdulillah, Imam Jamal did a wonderful job in helping me master my reading.”

Kamran

"This course taught me to read the Qur'an with correct way, and now I'm more comfortable when reading it. I also loved the banter between brother Adam and the students."

Rooney

“This class is time efficient, straightforward, and incredibly educational. Learned more from this month-long course than years of Quran learning as a child! I’m now able to read Quranic Arabic with confidence and understand basic grammar rules and pronunciation. I feel blessed and thankful beyond belief. I can now read the Quran and will only get better with the tools taught from this course.”

Kebin

“My favorite thing about this course is that it is so relaxing and an easy-to-follow pace. Anyone can transition into learning Arabic from an English mother tongue with very little effort. I can only say it for myself. My fourth attempt got me on the road to start reading very slowly but would get stuck often. This course is my 5th attempt, and it has now given me the confidence to keep looking for Arabic words to read because I know I can handle reading long words now. I can read the Qur'an relying less on the English transliteration.”

Shaheen

“Our instructor Imam Adam Jamal was informed, patient and had a great sense of humour. He made learning effortless. He also made the classes accessible to everyone for free or pay what you can. As a Senior Citizen on a pension, I deeply appreciate this opportunity. I have learned a lot and hope to continue with the classes. Thanks a million. I am already able to recognise and read many of the Arabic words in the Quran and hopefully after Level 2 will be able to read on my own.”

Read more testimonials here.

About Your Instructor

Imam Adam Jamal

Founder of Quranic

Imam Adam Jamal is an Imam and Education Director at the largest masjid in Washington State, USA. He holds a degree and ijazahs in Islam as well as a Master's in Education. He loves that look when students start to understand the words of the Quran.

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Course curriculum

  • 1

    [Start here] Learn to Read the Quran

    • [Start here] Welcome!

    • Download the Alphabet Book (Nooraniyyah)

    • Purchase the Alphabet Book (Nooraniyyah)

    • Link to the Telegram Group

  • 2

    Lesson 1: The Alphabet

    • 1.1: Page 6, Line 1; Alif - Jeem

    • 1.2: Page 6, Line 2; Haa - Raa

    • 1.3: Page 6, Line 3; Zaa - Daad

    • 1.4: Page 6, Line 4; Taw - Faa

    • 1.5: Page 6, Line 5; Qaf - Yaa

    • 1.6: Review Alif - Yaa

  • 3

    Lesson 2: Connecting Letters

    • 2.1: Page 7, Line 1; Alif - Laam

    • 2.2: Page 7, Line 2; LaamALif - Kaaf

    • 2.3: Page 7, Lines 3 & 4; KaafBa - BaALif

    • 2.4: Page 7, Lines 5 & 6; NunAlif - NunKha

    • 2.5: Page 7, Line 7; YaHaa - TaMeem

    • 2.6: Page 7, Lines 8 & 9; ThaMeem - NunBaNun

    • 2.7: Page 7, Lines 1 - 9; Review Alif to NunBaNun

  • 4

    Lesson 3: Reviewing the Alphabet

    • 3.1: Page 8 & 9; Alif - Haa

    • 3.2: Page 9, Line 2; Kha - YaJeemBa

    • 3.3: Page 9, Line 3; BaKhaTa - TaaHaa

    • 3.4: Page 9, Lines 4 & 5; NunTaa - JeemRaw

    • 3.5: Page 9, Lines 5 & 6; Zaal - Seen

    • 3.6: Page 9, Lines 7 & 8; Sheen - Ain

    • 3.7: Page 9, Lines 9 & 10; Ghain - Faa

    • 3.8: Page 9 Review; BaNunNun - Faa

  • 5

    Lesson 4: Vowels

    • 4.1: Page 9 Review; BaNunNun - Faa

    • 4.2: Page 10, Lines 1 - 3; Qaaf - TaMeemTaa

    • 4.3: Page 10, Elongation Line 1; AlifLaamMeem - AlifLaamRaw

    • 4.4: Page 10, Elongation Lines 2 - 4; KaafHaaYaaAinSaad - Noon

    • 4.5: Page 11, Vowels Lines 1 - 5; Aa - Lu

    • 4.6: Page 11, Vowels Lines 1 - 6; Aa - Tu

    • 4.7: Page 11 & 12; Da - Mu

    • 4.8: Review of Vowels

  • 6

    Lesson 5: Double Vowels

    • 5.1: Page 11; Aa - Mu

    • 5.2: Page 12, Line 3; Intro to Double Vowels

    • 5.3: Page 12, Line 4 - 7; Fan - Tun

    • 5.4: Page 12, Line 7 - 10; Dan - Shun

    • 5.5: Page 12, Line 10 & Page 13, Line 1 - 3; Jan - Un

    • 5.6: Double Vowels Review

    • 5.7: Intro to Full Words; Abaadan - Ahaadun

    • 5.8: Full Words Continued; Akhathaa - Aanaa

  • 7

    Lesson 6: Three and Four Letter Words

    • 6.1: Recap Lesson 1 -5

    • 6.2: Page 13, Words with Harqah & Tanween Line 1; Aabadan - Aanaa

    • 6.3: Page 13, Line 2; BaKhila - Hasharaa

    • 6.4: Page 13, Line 3; Khashiyaa - RaQabatin

    • 6.5: Page 13, Line 4; Sururunn - TabaQan

    • 6.6: Page 13, Lines 5 & 6; TuWann - QuRiAa

    • 6.7: Page 14, Lines 1 & 2; KaSaMun - Wajada

  • 8

    Lesson 7: Elongation

    • 7.1: Page 14, Line 3; WaSaKann - HuDann

    • 7.2: Page 14, Elongation - Line 1; Ba - Na

    • 7.3: Page 14, Lines 2 & 3; Aa - Sha

    • 7.4: Page 14, Lines 1 - 4; Ba - Ka

    • 7.5: Page 14, Line 5; Ee - Uu

    • 7.6: Page 15, Line 1; Ba - Tha

    • 7.7: Page 15, Lines 2 & 3; Thu - Zee

    • 7.8: Page 15, Lines 4 - 6; Taw - Yii

    • 7.9: Page 15, Lines 6 - 8; Aa - Ee

  • 9

    Lesson 8: Aw and Ay Sounds

    • 8.1: Page 15, Lines 6 - 9; Jaa - Ee

    • 8.2: Page 16, Lines 1 - 3; Gaa - We

    • 8.3: Page 16, Lines 4 & 5; Taw- Ray

    • 8.4: Page 16, Lines 5 & 6; Zaw - Dhay

    • 8.5: Page 16, Lines 6 - 8; Taw - Jay

    • 8.6: Page 16, Lines 8 - 9; Haw - Gayy

    • 8.7: Page 16, Lines 6 - 9; Taw - Gayy

    • 8.8: Page 16 & 17, Line 10; Faw - Yay

  • 10

    Lesson 9: Words with Vowels and Elongations

    • 9.1: Quick review of Lesson 8

    • 9.2: Page 17, Line 1; Aamana - Aawa

    • 9.3: Page 17, Line 1; Aaniyatin

    • 9.4: Page 17, Line 1; EeLafi - BeHee

    • 9.5: Page 17, Line 2; Jaa'a - Jee'a

    • 9.6: Page 17, Line 2; Q and A on Jee'a

    • 9.7: Page 17, Line 2; Juu'in - Khayrun

    • 9.8: Page 17, Lines 2 & 3; DaaWuuDu - Shaa-a

    • 9.9: Page 17, Lines 3 - 4; MaaLiKi - Tayran

    • 9.10: Page 17, Line 4; AaDin - a' Laa

    • 9.11: Q and A

  • 11

    Lesson 10: Words with Vowels and Elongations continued

    • 10.1: Page 17, Line 4 & 5; 'Aynun - Qaala

    • 10.2: Page 17, Line 5; Qawlun - Kayfa

    • 10.3: Page 17, Line 5 & 6; Lawhin - Maaa-in

    • 10.4: Page 17, Line 6 & 7; Waylun - Haafizhun

    • 10.5: Page 17, Line 7 & Page 18, Line 1; Daafiqin - Ghaasiqin

    • 10.6: Page 18, Line 1 & 2; Naasirin - Yakhaafu

    • 10.7: Page 18, Line 2 & 3; Yuqaalu - Salaamun

    • 10.8: How to Differentiate Between Certain Letters

  • 12

    Lesson 11: Words with Vowels and Elongations continued

    • 11.1: Page 18, Line 3; Siraajan - Ta'amin

    • 11.2: Page 18, Line 4; Azabun - Libaasan

    • 11.3: Page 18, Line 5; Lisaanan - Mafaazan

    • 11.4: Page 18, Line 6; Mihaadan - Shuhoodun

    • 11.5: Page 18, Line 7; Qu-uudun - Khabiran

    • 11.6: Page 18, Line 8; Raheekin - Majeedun

    • 11.7: Page 18, Line 9; Muheetun - Kurayshin

    • 11.8: Page 18, Line 10; 'Ishatin - Al-maw-udatu

    • 11.9: Page 18 & 19, Line 10; Mawduu'tun - Yawma'idhin

  • 13

    Lesson 12: Sukun

    • 12.1: Page 19, Sukun - Line 1; Ab - ub

    • 12.2: Page 19, Lines 2 & 3; Ath - Ukh

    • 12.3: Page 19, Lines 4 - 6; Ad to Ush

    • 12.4: Page 19, Lines 7 & 8; As - Udh

    • 12.5: Page 19, Lines 1 - 8; Review from Ab - Udh

    • 12.6: Page 20, Line 1; Anta - Kuntu

    • 12.7: Page 20, Line 2; Lasta - Khusrin

    • 12.8: Vowel Rule at the End of a Sentence

    • 12.9: Page 20, Line 3; Sabhaan - Dabhaan

    • 12.10: Page 20, Line 3; Sukun Words Review

  • 14

    Lesson 13: Sukun Practice

    • 13.1: Page 20, Words with Sukun - Line 4; Ab-dan - As'fin

    • 13.2: Page 20, Line 4 - 5; Gharkan - Ghulban

    • 13.3: Page 20, Line 5; Fas-lun - Kad-Han

    • 13.4: Page 20, Line 6; Lagh-Wan - Nash-Tan

    • 13.5: Page 20, Line 6; Naf-sin & Naq-an

    • 13.6: Page 20, Line 7; Yus-ran - Yas-'aa

    • 13.7: Page 20, Line 8; Yat-Lu - Yugh-nee

    • 13.8: Page 20, Line 9; Al-qat - Fan-sab

    • 13.9: Page 20, Line 7 - 9; Review from Yusran - Fan-sab

  • 15

    Lesson 14: Sukun Practice continued

    • 14.1: Page 21, Line 1; Wan-Har - AfLaHa

    • 14.2: Page 21, Line 2; Akrama - Damdama

    • 14.3: Page 21, Line 3; 'Asasa - Yahsabu

    • 14.4: Page 21, Lines 3 & 4;'Asasa - Uksimu

    • 14.5: Page 21, Line 5; Yubdi'uu - ThaQulat

    • 14.6: Page 21, Line 6; Hushirat - Nushirat

    • 14.7: Page 21, Line 7; Nusibat - Ta'Tuna

    • 14.8: Page 21, Line 8; YusQawna - Ya'Lamuna

    • 14.9: Page 21, Lines 9 & 10; YadHaKuna - KhalaQna

  • 16

    Lesson 15: Sukun Practice continued

    • 15.1: Page 22, Line 1; Rafa'na - Zajratun

    • 15.2: Page 22, Line 2; Tadhkiratun - Masghabatin

    • 15.3: Page 22, Line 3; MaQRabatun - Takzibin

    • 15.4: Page 22, Line 4; Tasneemin - Mahfuuzin

    • 15.5: Page 22, Line 5; Makhtumin - AbWaaba

    • 15.6: Page 22, Line 6; Masfufatin - A'naban

    • 15.7: Page 22, Line 7; Afwajan - Walfajri

    • 15.8: Page 22, Lines 8 & 9; WalFatHu - MalQaria'atu

  • 17

    Lesson 16: Sukun Skips

    • 16.1: Page 22, Line 9; MalQariatu - Wa-idhalMau'uDatu

    • 16.2: Page 22, Line 10; YanzarulMar'u

    • 16.3: Page 22, Line 10; KalFarashil - Mab-thuthi

    • 16.4: Page 23, Line 1; KaleehnilManfushi - LayLatulQadri

    • 16.5: Page 23, Line 2; AkhrajatilArdhu - MinahlilKitabi

    • 16.6: Page 23, Line 3; Indahil'Arshi - Yamnau'nal Ma'un

    • 16.7: Page 23, Line 4; Wahuwalgaufurul - Majidu

  • 18

    Lesson 17: Al-W (Shaddah)

    • 17.1: Page 23, Line 5; LaQadkhalaknal - TAQweemin

    • 17.2: Page 23, Line 5; Review

    • 17.3: Page 23, Line 6; A'taynaaKalKawthara - Aaala'na

    • 17.4: Page 23, Shadda - Line 1 & 2; Abba - Ibbin

    • 17.5: Page 23 & 24; Ibbun - Itthan

    • 17.6: Page 24, Line 2-7 & Shadda words - Line 1; Itthin - Qaddara

    • 17.7: Page 24, Line 2; Kazzaba - Zarratin

    • 17.8: Page 25, Line 1; Quuwatin - Kazzabat

    • 17.9: Page 25, Line 2; Zuuwijat - Uttilat

  • 19

    Lesson 18: Al-W Practice & Silence of the Laams

    • 18.1: Page 25, Lines 3 & 4; Kuuwirat - Iyyaka

    • 18.2: Page 25, Line 5 & 6; Lillahi - Wahhajan

    • 18.3: Page 25, Line 7; Mumaddatin - Wassamaaai

    • 18.4: Page 25, Lines 8 & 9; Wath-tharraaaibi - Wal-Mudab-birati

    • 18.5: Page 25, Line 10; Tub-Las-saraaairu - BilKhunnas

    • 18.6: Page 26, Line 1; Al-JawarilKunnas - Al-MusTaqimu

    • 18.7: Page 26, Shadda + Sukun words, Line 1-3; Marru - Wal-Layli

  • 20

    Lesson 19: Al-Squiggly, Al-W, and the Silence of the Laams

    • 19.1: Page 26, Line 4; WattiniWazzaytun - Sijjinun

    • 19.2: Page 26, Line 5; MunFakkina - Al-Khayri

    • 19.3: Page 26, Line 6 & 7; Izassamaau - An-Najsi

    • 19.4: Page 26, Line 7; Ath-thakibu - AlKhannasi

    • 19.5: Page 26 & 27; Yazzakka - Illeeyuna

    • 19.6: Page 27, Line 2 & 3; In-nal-lazina - Leema' Yureedu

    • 19.7: Page 27, Line 4; Daallan - Haaajjuka

    • 19.8: Page 27, Line 5; LaDaalluna - AtuHaaajjunnni

  • 21

    Lesson 20: Review + Nun Removal

    • 20.1: Page 27, Line 6; WalaaaTahaaadduna - Was-saaffati

    • 20.2: Page 27, Line 7; Al-Saaakkhatu

    • 20.3: Page 27, Line 7; Faezaa-Jaa'atit-taaammatulKubara

    • 20.4: Page 27, Line 8; Jazaaa'an - Iilaynaaa

    • 20.5: Page 27, Line 1; Ilaynaaa-Iyyabahum - Khayraynyarah

    • 20.6: Page 28, Line 1 & 2; Sharrynyarahu - Faman Ya'mal

    • 20.7: Page 28, Line 2 & 3; Yawmaaeezin - Rabbika

    • 20.8: Page 28, Line 3; Rasulum-mina'llahi

  • 22

    Lesson 21: Review + Nun Removal continued

    • 21.1: Page 28, Line 4; Suhufaam-mutaharatan - laayatakalamuna

    • 21.2: Page 28, Line 5 & 6; Quloobuy-yawmaithin - Siraajaw-wahaajan

    • 21.3: Page 28, Line 6 & 7; Wa-anzalna - Ghuthaa'an-ahwa

    • 21.4: Page 28, Line 7 - 9; Mu'tadin - Aniya

    • 21.5: Page 28, Line 9; Meem over Nun Rule - Mimm-bakhila

    • 21.6: Page 28 - 29, Line 1 & 2; Lanasfa'am - Kiraamim-bararatin

    • 21.7: Page 29, Line 2-4; Hum-fihaa - Tarmihim-bihijaaratin

    • 21.8: Page 29, Line 4; Lahummaa - Allahumma

    • 21.9: Dua & Conclusion

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