Understanding Quranic Arabic Level 4

Welcome to your next course!

In Understanding Quranic Arabic levels 1, 2, and 3, we covered the fundamentals of Quranic Arabic. 

Do you feel you need more vocabulary and want to feel more confident in your learning?

Level 4 is focused on helping with both of these problems.


Curriculum:

In level 4, we will be covering the Arabic science of 'Sarf', which deals with the patterns and root letters of Arabic words.

For example, the root عالم (knowledge) is found in: عالم (scholar), معلوم (known quantity), معَلِّم(teacher), متعلم (student), عَلِمَ (he knew), تَعلم (she knows), سيعلمون (they will know), عَلَّم (he taught), تعلم(he learned), علامة (great scholar), and so on.

You'll be learning how these roots occur in the Arabic language, and how to identify their patterns in order to increase your vocabulary and comprehend Quranic Arabic at a deeper level. We'll also be learning how to use modern methods of researching these roots, in order to further our understanding. We will be applying this knowledge directly to the Qur'an, in order to see results when we read Qur'an and hear it in our prayers.

Level 4 will cover 4 Verb Families (including the most common families - 1, 2, & 4), as well as a lot of Qur'an translation and practice.

Course length:

There are 16 lessons, altogether.

  • Eight 2-hr lectures on the course materials
  • Eight 1-hr Quran Translation workshops
  • Recordings are available in full, or broken down into bite-sized lessons for easier understanding

Homework:

The homework is to review family tables and the vocabulary words of the week, in order to cement them in your memory. Each person has their own level of memory and familiarity, so some may not require any review, and some may require more time to review.

Prerequisites:

Completion of UQA level 1 and 2 minimum. Completion of Level 3 preferred.

For those coming from outside of UQA: This means you recognize the basic differences between the past, present, and commanding verbs. You also understand how fi'l and ism sentences are put together. You also understand the parts of a sentence (e.g. doer, adjectives, possession, etc).

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's after level 4?

UQA Level 5, which will cover the rest of the verb families. It is eight 2-hour sessions.

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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

    Intro

    • Link to the Whatsapp Group

    • Level 4 Complete Textbook

    • Quran Translation Workshop Workbook

  • 2

    Unit 1: Family 2

    • Introduction to UQA 4

    • What is Sarf?

    • Review 1.1a and 1.1b + Answer Key

    • Most Arabic words have Root Letters

    • Introduction to Family 2

    • Exercise 1.2 + Answer Key

    • Word Bank

    • Exercise 1.3 + Answer Key

    • Workshop No. 1 [ Verses 2:1 to 2:6 ]

  • 3

    Unit 2 : Family 3

    • Review 2.1a and 2.2b + Answers

    • Introduction to Family 3

    • Exercise 2.2 + Answer Key

    • Word Bank

    • Exercise 2.3 Quran Translations - Part 1

    • Exercise 2.3 Quran Translations - Part 2

    • Reviewing the charts

    • Workshop No. 2 [ Verses 2:7 to 2:13 ]

  • 4

    Unit 3 : Family 4

    • Review 3.1a & 3.1b + Answer Key

    • Introduction to Family 4

    • Exercise 3.2 + Answer Key

    • Roots in Multiple Forms and Exercise 3.3 + Answer Key

    • Word Bank

    • Exercise 3.4 Quran Translation [77:16]

    • Exercise 3.4 Quran Translation [65:11]

    • Workshop No. 3 [ Verses 2:14 to 2:19 ]

  • 5

    Unit 4 : Family 1

    • Review 4.1a & 4.1b + Answer Key

    • Introduction to Family 1

    • Family 1 Continued

    • Exercise 4.2 + Answers

    • Word Bank

    • Exercise 4.3 Quran Translations - Part 1 [ 77:35]

    • Exercise 4.3 Quran Translations - Part 2 [3:97]

    • Workshop No. 4 [ Verses 2:20 to 2:23 ]

  • 6

    Unit 5 : Family 1 Special Forms

    • Review 5.1a & 5.1b + Answer Key

    • Family 1 Review

    • Special Forms in Family 1 - a] Comparative Ism

    • Special Forms in Family 1 - b] Adjective Ism

    • Special Forms in Family 1 - c] Hyperbole Ism

    • Special Forms in Family 1 - d] Masdar's

    • Exercise 5.2 + Answer Key

    • Word Bank

    • Exercise 5.3 Quran Translation Part -1 [ 16:119 ]

    • Exercise 5.3 Quran Translation Part -2 [ 3:96 ]

    • Workshop No. 5 [ Verses 2:24 to 2:26 ]

  • 7

    Unit 6 : Practice

    • Review 6.1a and 6.1b + Answer Key

    • Reviewing Unit 4 & 5

    • Exercise 6.2 [1] + Answer

    • Exercise 6.2 [2] + Answer

    • Exercise 6.2 [3] + Answer

    • Exercise 6.2 [4] + Answer

    • Exercise 6.3 Quran Translation Part-1 [30:11]

    • Workshop No. 6 [ Verses 2:27 to 2:30 ]

  • 8

    Unit 7 : Practice

    • Exercise 7.1 + Answer Key

    • Exercise 7.2 [1] + Answer Key

    • Exercise 7.2 [2] + Answer Key

    • Exercise 7.2 [3] + Answer Key

    • Exercise 7.2 [4] + Answer Key

    • Exercise 7.3 Quran Translation - Part 1 [2:286]

    • Exercise 7.3 Quran Translation - Part 2 [47:15]

    • Exercise 7.3 Quran Translation - Part 3 [16:120]

  • 9

    Full-length Recordings

    • Lesson 1: Unit 1

    • Lesson 2: Unit 2

    • Lesson 3: Unit 3

    • Lesson 4: Unit 4

    • Workshop Recordings

FAQ

  • Are the classes live?

    The classes are all pre-recorded, so you can complete the course in your own time, at your own pace.

  • 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.

  • Do you do 1-on-1 tutoring?

    No. However, with some courses, you can get direct contact with Imam Adam Jamal. If you’re interested, look into UQA level 1-3. We will soon be offering weekly live office hours!

  • Do you offer scholarships?

    We never want finances to stand in the way of learning. If you require financial aid, contact us at success@getquranic.com and we will find the best solution for you.

  • Is there a refund policy?

    If you register for lifetime access for one course, or subscribe monthly, and your expectations were not met, then you may email us within 30 days at support@getquranic.com to receive a prompt, no-questions-asked, full refund.