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It’s easy to learn 80%+ of Quranic Arabic when you have a tried-and-tested method that uses plain english and lots of examples directly from the Quran, with the help of an expert instructor.

Quranic Arabic Made Easy

Did you know 10 words make up 25% of the Quran and about 60 words make up 50% of the Quran? Well, this course contains everything you need to understand 80% of the Quran!

Who is this course for?

If you have:

  • Been wanting to learn Arabic for a long time
  • Attempted learning Arabic at some point
  • Given up halfway through learning Arabic
  • Lost hope in ever learning Arabic
  • Thought “Arabic is just not for me

Then this is the course for you!

The Problem: Quranic Arabic is difficult to learn.

The Solution: An online course which focuses on: 

  1. Application instead of memorization. 
  2. Simplification instead of complication. 
  3. Prioritization instead of learning everything.


Most online Arabic teaching courses today rely merely on lectures and theoretical aspects of Arabic as a language. They fail to include the actual hands-on practice that is necessary to learn with effectiveness and consistency. They also use non-Quranic examples and vocabulary, which wastes time and is ineffective.

Your goal is clear: to understand the Quran.

So we only use examples from the Quran.

Our course breaks down the core concepts and basic rules of Arabic in a simplified manner. Students are provided with practical ways to use the techniques necessary for Quranic learning and understanding. For every 5-10 minutes of instruction, students spend much more time actually applying what they learn with examples straight from the Quran.

Course length:

The course contains hundreds of mini lectures, divided into 3 levels. Each level consists of 7 or 8 units. To see a full list of topics, please scroll to the curriculum section.

*Recommended course completion time: Each level takes approximately 1 month to complete if you spend 20 minutes a day. Alternatively, spend 20 hours on each level, and you can be finished in 60 hours. However, we also recommend taking time for revision.


To get the most out of this course, constant practice and review is imperative. Learning a language is difficult – Quranic Arabic is one of the hardest to master. The only way to ensure it is cemented in your mind is to apply your new knowledge to the exercises in the course book, as well as in your own reading of the Quran. The more you practice, the better you will become at understanding Quranic Arabic. Simple as that!


You will need to know how to read the Quran in Arabic. Fluency isn’t important.

If you don’t know the Arabic Alphabet: Learn to Read the Quran Level 1 will teach you to read Arabic, from the beginning of the Arabic alphabet to reading full Quranic words.

If you want to gain more confidence: Let’s Recite the Quran Level 2 will help you work on our pronunciation of the Arabic alphabet. Especially those tricky letters that are unique to Arabic.

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
  • Direct access to our instructor through WhatsApp groups

What comes after levels 1-3?

UQA Level 4, where you will be introduced to the Arabic science of Sarf, and verb families. We encourage you to keep up with your studies to really cement your learning.

What People Are Saying

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5 star rating

Excellent course - packed with lots of actionable insights and example

Tayyab Ahmed

I love how this course takes an 80/20 approach and focuses on the most applicable core parts of Arabic first. Along with well-known daily liturgical examples, this course is effective in ensuring retention as the examples and core learnings are r...

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I love how this course takes an 80/20 approach and focuses on the most applicable core parts of Arabic first. Along with well-known daily liturgical examples, this course is effective in ensuring retention as the examples and core learnings are readily applicable in daily worship. Also, the instructor's nurturing style of instruction & the helpful mnemonics he provides further increase retention. Well done!

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5 star rating

Simple yet comprehensive

Roslan Rahman

The course is very easy to follow. The short duration videos made it easy to review the lessons. The lessons are aptly timed as well as there’s always review of previous lesson and this makes the flow smooth.

The course is very easy to follow. The short duration videos made it easy to review the lessons. The lessons are aptly timed as well as there’s always review of previous lesson and this makes the flow smooth.

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5 star rating

One of the best MashaAllah!

Umm Hasan

MashaAllah la quwwata illa billah, a very interesting and easy to understand way to learning the language of Allah! JazakAllahu khayr katheer Ustadh Adam for making this possible. Without all the technical terms that overwhelmed me in the Arabic g...

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MashaAllah la quwwata illa billah, a very interesting and easy to understand way to learning the language of Allah! JazakAllahu khayr katheer Ustadh Adam for making this possible. Without all the technical terms that overwhelmed me in the Arabic grammar, I found your way of teaching very easy to follow and retain the knowledge Alhumdulillah. All praise is for Allah!

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Support & Encouragement

Think about a class that you would enjoy. You need a good relationship with your instructor and your fellow classmates. You are inspired by their struggles and stories. They answer your questions when you feel stuck.

Don’t you lose that when you study online? 

Not anymore.

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Our WhatsApp group is a virtual classroom, where you can connect with your teacher and classmates, and ask any questions. You'll get your answers right in the palm of your hand!

Admission to the group is optional.

Benefits of the WhatsApp groups:

  • Students can ask questions and have discussions anyway they like, including text, voice notes, videos, or screenshots, and directly communicate with the instructor.
  • Accountability. We are committed to your success, and actually want you to complete the course. Through the groups, you get encouragement and motivation to keep going.
  • Once a month, we hold ‘intensives’, where everyone will join a WhatsApp group to focus on completing level 1 of the course, as a group, in two weeks.
  • Community. You meet your classmates from all over the world and learn why they are studying. They are also busy with family, work, and school, and will inspire you to finish what you started. Join a like-minded group from all over the world to help you achieve your goal of mastering Quranic Arabic.

"I feel I have learnt so much over 2 weeks. The support made available for the [course] helped tremendously and I felt part of a global community of learners." - Manja O.

What’s the difference between the Quranic app and this course?

When you use the Quranic™ app, you learn new Quranic vocabulary. This course teaches you how to string this vocabulary together to master Quranic Arabic. Plus, you get personal guidance from an instructor who has successfully taught Quranic Arabic to 1000s of students over the past 15 years!

The app focuses on increasing your familiarity with the Quran’s words and helps you retain Arabic vocabulary. In other courses, students are not able to use the grammar they learn because they do not have an easy, consistent way of acquiring and maintaining vocabulary. The Quranic app solves this problem. The best thing is that you can take it anywhere and complete a quick lesson while waiting at the doctor’s office or for your food to finish cooking. One student shared that he completes the 1-minute word review in between his exercises at the gym!

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.

Imam Adam has been learning and teaching Arabic all around the world and online for over 15 years. He created this course because he wanted Muslims to see that learning Arabic doesn’t have to be difficult and can even be fun. This course is perfect for people who want to see results quickly and Imam Adam is an experienced, proven, credible and highly qualified instructor.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is there an age requirement?

    We've had students from ages 8-70+ in our courses and they've all enjoyed it and benefitted. We recommend children under 10 take the class with an adult.

  • What if I don’t finish? Do I get lifetime access?

    This course is structured to allow you to learn 80% of Quranic Arabic in 3 months or less when spending 30 minutes a day on it. You can purchase lifetime access, so you can learn at your own pace. If you subscribe monthly, you will have access as long as you are subscribed.

  • Is there a refund policy?

    If you register for the course and it did not meet your expectations, then you may email us within 30 days to receive a prompt, no-questions-asked full refund at

  • Do I HAVE to join the Whatsapp group?

    The Whatsapp group is completely optional and you will still be able to complete the course and ask questions using the discussion sections without having to join the Whatsapp group. Please note that joining the Whatsapp group means that you share your Whatsapp registered phone number with everyone in the group.


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  • 1

    Level 1 Unit 1: Types of Words and Pronouns

  • 2

    Level 1 Unit 2: Past Tense Verbs

    • 102.1: Types of Sentences

    • 102.1 Answer Key

    • 102.2 Past Tense Fi'l

    • Past Tense Fi'l Chart Audio

    • 102.3 Answer Key

    • 102.4 Attached pronouns and Answer Key

    • 102.5 Translating doer and detail and answer key

    • 102.6 Answer Key

    • Questions and Feedback on Unit 2

  • 3

    Level 1 Unit 3: Past Tense Continued

    • 103.1 Past Tense Review

    • 103.2 Outside Doer

    • 103.3 E Harfs

    • E harfs Audio

    • 103.3 Answers

    • 103.4 Connectors Harfs

    • 103.5 Connector Isms

    • 103.6 Practice

    • Unit 3 Discussion

  • 4

    Level 1 Unit 4: Present Tense Verbs

    • 104.1 Review

    • 104.2 Present Tense

    • 104.2 Answer Key

    • Present Tense

    • 104.3 Practice

    • Unit 4 Discussion

  • 5

    Level 1 Unit 5: Present Tense Continued

    • 105.1 Review

    • 105.2 A Harfs

    • A Harfs

    • 105.3 Sukun Harfs

    • Sukun Harfs

    • 105.4 Future Harfs

    • 105.5 General Harfs

    • 105.6 Quran Exercise

    • Unit 5 Discussion

  • 6

    Level 1 Unit 6: Commands

    • 106.1 Review

    • 106.1b Commanding and Forbidding

    • 106.2 and Answer Key

    • 106.3a Answer Key

    • 106.3b Answer Key

    • Unit 6 Discussion

    • Commanding

  • 7

    Level 1 Unit 7: Bringing It All Together

    • 107.1a Review and Answer Key

    • 107.1b Answer Key

    • Unit 7 Discussion

    • Level 1 Conclusion

  • 8

    Intro to Level 2

    • Level 2 Introduction

    • Level 2 and 3 Textbook and Workbook

  • 9

    Level 2 Unit 1: Review and Intro to Ism Sentences

    • 201.1 Review Everything

    • 201.2 Review Identifying Fi'l

    • 201.3 Review Quran Word Identification

    • 201.4 Tanween and AL

    • 201.4b Answer Key

    • 201.5a Ism Sentences

    • 201.5b Answer Key

    • 201.6 Stubborn Words

    • 201.6b Quran Part 1

    • 201.6c Quran Part 2

    • 201.6d Quran Part 3

    • Homework

    • Unit 1 Survey

  • 10

    Level 2 Unit 2: Arabic Chains

    • 202 Intro to Arabic Chains

    • 202.1 Answer Key

    • 202 E Harf and its follower

    • 202.2 Answer Key

    • 202.3 A Harf and its follower

    • 202.4 Answer Key

    • 202.5 Multiple Chains

    • 202.6 Distance Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

    • Homework

    • Unit 2 Survey

  • 11

    Level 2 Unit 3: Possession (not the jinn kind)

    • 203.1 and 203.2 Vocabulary + Answers

    • 203.3 Warming up + Answers

    • 203.3 Possession Intro

    • 203.4 Possession Identification

    • 203.5 Possession Translation

    • 203.6 Possession in a whole sentence

    • 203.7 Words that look like possession

    • 203.7 Answers

    • 203.8 Quran Practice

    • 203.8 answers

  • 12

    Level 2 Unit 4: All about Isms

    • 204.1 and 204.2 Vocabulary

    • 204.3 Review Chains

    • 204.4 Gender

    • 204.4 Answers

    • 204.5 Quran Examples

    • 204.6 Number

    • 204.6 Quran Exercise

    • 204.7a Translation practice

    • 204.7b Translation Practice

  • 13

    Level 2 Unit 5: Adjectives

    • Chapter 5 Review Notes (to be used with 205.1 video)

    • 205.1 Review

    • 205.2 The Adjective and Its Match

    • 205.2 Practice

    • 205.3 Adjective Chains

    • 205.4 Translating Adjectives in a Sentence

  • 14

    Level 2 Unit 6: Pointer Words

    • 206.1-2 Vocabulary Review

    • 206.3a Pointer Words

    • 206.3b Circle the Pointer Chain

    • 206.4 Examples

    • 206.5 Quran Practice

    • Unit 6 Survey

  • 15

    Level 2 Unit 7: Ism Vs Fi'l

    • 207.1 Review

    • 207.2 Ism vs Fi'l

    • 207.2 Practice Finding Ism Fi'l Harf

    • 207.3 Identify the Chains

    • 207.4 and 5 Fi'l, Number, and Gender review

    • 207.6 Ism and Fil Sentence Differentiation

  • 16

    Level 2 Unit 8: Bringing it all together

    • 208.1 and 2 Vocab and Harf translation

    • 208.3 Translate the sentences

    • 208.4a Surah 114 Translation

    • 208.4b Surah 110 Translation

    • 208.4c Surah 107 and conclusion

  • 17

    Level 3 Unit 1: Intro to Patterns

    • 301.1 Review Everything

    • 301.2 Grammar Review

    • 301.3 3a Science of Arabic and the Doer Ism

    • 301.4 AA-E Pattern and Practice

    • 301.3b Circle the Doer Isms

    • 301.5 Quran Translation

    • 301.6 Word Bank, Glossary and Homework

  • 18

    Level 3 Unit 2: Detail Isms

    • 302.1 and 2 Vocabulary and Review

    • 302.3 MU-AA Pattern

    • 302.4 Identification

    • 302.5 Translation Practice

    • 302.6 Identification in Quran

    • 302.7 Whole Translation Surah 105

  • 19

    Level 3 Unit 3: Past Passive

    • 303.1 Vocabulary

    • 303.2 Review

    • 303.3 Past Tense Passive Intro

    • 303.3b Identify the Past-Passives

    • 303.4 Translation Practice

    • 303.5 Word Bank and Quran Search

  • 20

    Level 3 Unit 4: Present Passive

    • 304.1 Vocabulary

    • 304.2 Review

    • 304.3 Present Tense Passive

    • 304.4 Translation Practice

    • 304.5 Quran Practice

  • 21

    Level 3 Unit 5: Doers, Questions & Have Sentences

    • 305.1-3 Vocabulary and Review

    • 305.4 Fil Sentences with the Doer

    • 305.5 Question Words

    • 305.6 Translate Questions and Word Bank

    • 305.7-8 Have Sentences

    • 305.9 Quran Practice

  • 22

    Level 3 Unit 6: Negation

    • 306.1 Vocabulary

    • 306.2 Negation with Past Tense

    • 306.3 Translation Practice

    • 306.4 Negation with Present Tense

    • 306.5 Negative Present Tense Translation Practice

    • 306.6 Listening Practice

    • 306.7 Negation with Ism Sentences

    • 306.8 Translation of Negative Ism Sentences

    • 306.9 Quran Translation, Homework and Glossary

  • 23

    Level 3 Unit 7: Conditional Sentences

    • 307.1 + 2 Vocabulary and Review

    • 307.3 Conditional Sentences

    • 307.4 Translation

    • 307.5 Listening to ALs in Al-Fatihah

    • 307.5 Listening Answers

    • 307.6 Quran Translation #1

    • 307.7 More Conditional Sentences

    • 307.8 Translation Practice

    • 307.9 Quran Translation #2

  • 24

    Level 3 Unit 8: Connector Isms

    • 308.1 Unscramble and Intro to Connector Isms

    • 308.2 Connector Translation

    • 308.3 Quran Translation Part 1

    • 308.3 Quran Translation Part 2

    • Congratulations! Call me.