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English Speaking Quran Teacher

There are several Quran teaching websites that claim to have qualified Quran teachers. Since you have multiple choices over the internet for online Quran classes, you should choose the one which is flexible and provides convenience over the schedule, reasonable prices, and of course, the choice of qualified male Quran tutor or female Quran tutor. 

In today’s life, we are profoundly stuck and busy in our lives having tight schedules, an easier and convenient way is to opt for online Quran learning anytime and anywhere without strict time to follow for the classes. Due to online Quran lessons being so convenient, kids do not miss their classes.

The reasons that convince the students to take online Quran recitation classes :

There are multiple signs or reasons that students feel comfortable following the Online Quran classes. Some major benefits will convince each student that online Quran classes make learning way simpler: 

  • There is no age restriction, whether you are four years old or 70, you can register for the Quran online learning classes at QuranReadingHelp.com.

  • If you are weak and slower in understanding, then choosing the online courses will give you high confidence. The teacher will provide you with complete attention individually so that you can feel relaxed and learn more swiftly.

  • The Qualified Tutors teach you the Quran with basic concepts, but they will motivate you to gain more and more Quranic knowledge.

  • If you require a female tutor for girls and ladies at home, then you can easily have that option here. It’s not easy to find a female Quran teacher who can come to your place.

  • Most importantly, If you have just started learning with any online Quran teaching website, you must look if they are teaching well. With us, you do not need to worry about it because we provide one week of free trial Quran Classes so that you can have full trust that your child will get the best from the teacher. Our Quran Ustads teach all the necessary and essential concepts while teaching the Quran translation course to make the Quran understandable for the kids or adults at the same time.

  • Also, you do not need to pay a lot in monthly fees. We at QuranReadingHelp academy offer Quran lessons at a cheaper price with great service. 

How beneficial are the English speaking Quran teachers?

Today’s generation feels more comfortable learning anything in English. For some of the people who are English speakers and who only understand English, it is essential to have Qualified teachers who can speak English fluently and clearly. Learning in one’s own language makes students feel the learning of the Holy Quran simple and easy. This is why our Quran learning platform has teachers who teach in English, Urdu, and Arabic. 

Learning the Quran has never been this much convenient. You only need internet, laptop, headphones, and get started to learn the Quran quickly.

Quran Classes in New York

If you are looking for flexible online Quran classes in Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, or New York City with skilled and qualified Quran teachers, you are at the right place. This online learning platform is ideal for those who aspire to be an expert in Quran Reading with tajweed. You can avail our services to get connected to Quran tutors for Quran Reading, Quran Recitation, Quran Translation, Hifz Quran classes, and intensive Tajweed syllabus. The Qualifying age for students is from 5 years to 70 years.

Our Objective

Our primary goal is to create an environment for the students where they can groom themselves according to the teachings of Islam. So that they can be a responsible individual in the society with the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah. Our friendly and comfortable way of teaching motivates our students to learn the Quran with interest and love. Our Faculty is well equipped with knowledge and approaches for educating students in a modern way. We believe that with the teaching of Allah’s message & Prophet Muhammad’s PBUH sunnah we also need to strengthen our students’ character as a human for a strong society. Our online platform was built for people of all ages with different backgrounds, who are looking for a complete Quran learning package. As an online Quran learning platform, we meet all the requirements and standards with certified and experienced Quran instructors.

Quran Teacher Brooklyn

We offer our online services in Brooklyn, NY. Our students are usually American kids descendants of Muslim immigrants, mainly from Subcontinent and the Middle East. We have an extensive curriculum for Islamic studies along with advanced learning tools, flexible hours, and qualified Quran teachers.

Quran Tutor Queens

Like in Brooklyn, we are offering our online services for students from Queens, NY with efficient Staff and advanced educational tools. Our low monthly fee and expert Quran tutors have made us popular among the Pakistani, Indian, and Bangladeshi Muslim communities in the Queens area.

Quran Qari Long Island

This is the best place for online Quran classes near you in Nassau, Suffolk of the Long Island area in New York. For Quran lessons, expert Qari and Qaria are available.

Quran Ustad New York City

Students living in Manhattan, The Bronx,  Staten Island, or any part of New York City can easily reach out to us with a single click. Our qualified English speaking Quarn Ustaad / Quran Ustaz and Quran Ustaza are available at your desired class time.

What makes us Great?

Our platform is one of the fastest-growing platforms, and our foremost goal is that our students learn the Quran not only by reading but by learning as well. Our teachers ensure that students learn the Quran properly with Tajwid. We aim to nourish our students’ learning process and development of Islamic values as we are committed to creating a community of learner which leads to the way of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and his practices. Our primary focus is to create a moral and spiritual culture with the help of the Quran and Sunnah. 

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Eid al Adha or Eid ul Azha celebrations and its importance

Eid al-Adha falls on the 10th day of the Dhu al-Hijjah lunar month and is also the third day of the Hajj pilgrimage.

The annual Muslim feast of Eid al-Adha begins almost two months and ten days after Eid al Fitr.

The Eid al-Adha is Islam’s holiest festival celebrated annually around the world and an official long holiday in Muslim-majority countries.

In the Islamic calendar, Eid al-Adha occurs on the 10th day of the Dhu al-Hijjah and is also the third day of the Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.

In the United States, the Fiqh Council of North America follows the Eid date announced by the authorities in Mecca, and so does the European Council of Fatwa and Research.

Holiday Tradition

For Muslims, Eid al-Adha commemorates the day when prophet Ibrahim was going to sacrifice his son but was instructed by Allah to offer an animal instead. Eid al-Adha in Arabic literally means “festival of the sacrifice”.

Traditionally, the festival lasts for four days but public holidays vary from country to country.

Eid al Adha

Turkey observes a week-day public holiday for Eid, known in Turkey as Qurban Bayram.

The Pakistan, UAE, Indonesia and Malaysia also observe a longer public holiday as Turkey.

In the Philippines, Eidul Adha has also been a public holiday since 2002.

What is Hajj and its duration?

The Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia is a five-day ritual. Its an annual pilgrimage to Mecca for millions of Muslims from all over the world.

The Hajj, one of the world’s largest gatherings, is to begins two days before the Eid ul Adha..

hajj

The dates of the pilgrimage are confirmed by Hajj authorities in Saudi Arabia, based on the sighting of the moon.

On the third day of Hajj each year, Muslims celebrate the Eid al-Adha, Islam’s holiest festival.

In the Islamic calendar, Hajj begins on the eighth day of the Dhu al-Hijjah lunar month, and ends on the 13th day of Dhu al-Hijjah. The religious rituals of the Hajj pilgrimage, however, can be completed in five days.

For Muslims, the Hajj re-enacts the actions of the Prophet Muhammad in his “farewell pilgrimage” in AD 632, and is a central pillar of the Islamic faith meant to cleanse the faithful of sin and bring them closer to Allah.

Benefits of Reciting Ayat E Karima or Ayat e Kareema

“There is none worthy of worship besides You, You are far exalted and above all weaknesses, Surely, I’ am from among the wrongdoers”.
It was recited by Hazrat Yonus (A.S) when he was in the belly of the fish. It is mentioned in Surat Al-Anbya in this way that:-
“And remember Zun-nun, when he departed in wrath: He imagined that We had no power over him! But he cried through the depths of darkness, There is no god but thou: glory to thee: I was indeed wrong! So We listened to him: and delivered him from distress: and thus do We deliver those who have faith.”
Ayat E Karima is virtuous and beneficial. The most important and essential acts of Islam are included in this Ayat E Karima.

  •  Tauheed

Tauheed is a most important act of Islam. There are many Ahadith that tell us about the benefits and virtues of this expression. All the messengers were sent in the world from Allah Almighty to deliver the lesson of Tauheed. This kalmia E Tauheed has the power to give strength to our belief and this strength saves us from the greatest sin of Shirk.

  •  Glorification

This Ayat E Karima includes the glorification of Allah Almighty. There are many benefits of reciting this expression. The dearest word is “Subhan Allah” in the eye of Allah Almighty. A tree is planted in the paradise for every recitation of “Subhan Allah. When we recite one time “Subhan Allah our 20 sins are being removed and 20 virtuous are recorded.

  •  Forgiveness

This expression is also included in Ayat E Karima. Allah likes those who ask forgiveness. It is said in Quran E Hakeem that:-
“Surely Allah loves those who turn unto Him in repentance and loves those who purify themselves.”

Ayat E Karima

Ayat E Kareema

Benefits of reciting Ayat E Karima according to Ahadith:-
It is narrated by Sa’at Ibn E Malik that:-
“I heard Prophet SAW Saying: Should I not inform you of Allah’s Greatest Name (Isme Azam) when dua is invoked with it, it is accepted and what is asked for thought it is given? This is the supplication through which Yunus AS called Allah from within three darkness. This is as under La ilaha illa anta, Subhanaka, Inni kuntu minaz-zalimin (There is no god but You, You are far exalted and above all weaknesses, and I was indeed the wrongdoer). A man asked: O Rasulullah, Is this dua special for Yunus AS or for all the believers? Prophet SAW said: Have you not heard the words of Allah (in the Quran):” And We delivered Yunus(AS) of his distress, thus We grant deliverance to all believers[Quran]”.

At another place, it is said by Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) that:-
“When any Muslim makes dua with these words during his illness 40 times and then if he dies of that disease, he is granted the reward of a martyr and if he recovers from that disease, then all his sins are forgiven.”
It is narrated by Sa’d ibn E Waqas that:-
“The supplication made by the Companion of the Fish (Prophet Yunus (as)) in the belly of the fish was (the above). If any Muslim supplicates in these words, his supplication will be accepted/responded to.”

What are the benefits of reciting Ayat E Karima?

  •  It fulfills the right desire of the person
  •  It overcomes all the difficulties
  •  It solves the marriage issues
  •  It Defeats and overpowers enemies and tyrant leaders
  •  It is the best treatment for incurable diseases
  •  It is a cure for any type of magic

So save yourselves from all the troubles by reciting this beautiful Ayat E Karima. May Allah help us in all the difficulties (Amen).

How To Pray Tasbeeh Namaz or Salatul Tasbih or Salat-Ul-Tasbih or Tasbih Prayer

Benefits of Salat-Ul-Tasbih or Namaz Tasbih

Our Beloved Prophet Mohammed (Sallallaho Alihiwassallam) said to his uncle (father’s brother) Sayyiduna Abbass (may Allah be pleased with him) Oh uncle shall I not give you Shall I not grant you Shall I not award you Shall I not do mercy on you When you do 10 things Allah will forgive your sins: of the future and of the past; new and old; those you have forgotten and those you did knowingly; big and small; hidden and revealed. Then he (Sallallaho Alihiwassallam) explained the taught the way to pray Salatul Tasbih and then said if you can pray this salah once a day if you can not pray once a day then every Friday, and even if this is not possible then once a month and even if this is not possible then once a year and even if this is not possible then at least once in a lifetime (Abu’Dawood & Tirimzi)

Tasbih Prayer

Salatul Tasbih

How to perform Salatul Tasbih?

This salaat (namaz) is offered in four Rakat at a time and can be read in any part of the day and night besides Zawal and Sunrise and Sunset makrooh times, keeping in mind the forbidden times for performing Salat (namaaz). But it is preferred before Zuhr (Fatawa Alamgeeri)

The Tasbih to be read in Salaat-Ul-Tasbeeh:


” Subhaan Allahi Wal Hamdulillahi Wa Laa ilaha illal Laahu Wallahu Akbar ”

Method:

The goal is to recite above Tasbih 300 times in Four Rakah with the following method.
In the first rakaat, after reading Sana “Subhaana Kallahumma…”, read the above tasbih 15 times.
Now recite Aaoz “Aoozubillah…”, Bismillah “Bismillah…”, Then read sura Fatiha and a Surah or minimum of three small Ayayhs then read the tasbih 10 times again.
Go to Ruku saying Takbeer (Allah Hoo Akbar), after reciting “Subhaana Rabbiyal Azeem” a minimum of three times read the tasbih 10 times in Ruku.
Saying “Samee Allahu Liman Hamidah Rabbana Lakal Hamdh” get up from ruku to qiyam position.
Now read the tasbih 10 times.
Go to Sajdah saying Takbeer (Allah Hoo Akbar) and after reciting “Subhaana Rabbiyal A’la” a minimum of three times read the tasbih 10 times in Sajdah.
Now go after first Sajdah go to Jalsa (sitting position) saying Takbeer (Allah Hoo Akbar). Sitting in Jalsa read tasbih 10 times.
Go to Sajda again saying Takbeer (Allah Hoo Akbar) and after reciting “Subhaana Rabbiyal A’la” a minimum of three times read the tasbih 10 times in Sajdah again.
Get up to begin 2nd Rakat saying Takbeer (Allah Hoo Akbar).
Do Rakah #2 in the same fashion, but before reading Bismillah “Bismillah…”, and Surah Fatiha, read the tasbih 15 times. Follow the rest as you did in first Rakat.
After the second Sajdah of Second Rakat sit in Qaidah Oola (first sitting) read Attahiyat, Durood, and Dua then get up for 3rd Rakat without saying, Salam.
Begin third Rakat, just like the first Rakat, with Sana “Subhaana Kallahumma…”, read the above tasbih 15 times. Follow the rest as you did in the first Rakat until you sit for Qaidah Akihra (last sitting) after the second sajdah of the fourth Rakah.
In Qaidah Akihra Attahiyat, Durood, Dua finish Salah with Salam.

Special notes for Salat-Ul-Tasbih:


1)  Do not count loudly. It will break Salah
2)  Do not count on fingers or by holding a Bead Tasbih in hand. It is Makruh.
3)  You may count by pressing the fingers as a reminder. For example, if you are in Ruku. You may press the pinky of your right hand first for the first count, then the finger next to it for the second count, then the middle finger for the third count, following this method until you reach the pinky of left hand will give you an exact count of ten. Use the same method in Qayam, Sajdah, and Jalsa.
4)  If missed a count then make it up in the next posture. For example, if forgot to recite Tasbih after Surah in Qayam. Then you may recite Tasbish 20 times instead of 10 in Rukuh after “Subhaana Rabbiyal Azeem”. Missed Tasbih cannot be recited in Qayam after Ruku and Jalsa between Sajdah. If you missed the Tasbih in Ruku then recite 20 in the first Sajdah instead of the Qayam after Rukuh. Similarly if missed the Tasbih in first Sajdah then do not make it up in Jalsa. Instead, recite missed tasbih in the second Sajdah. If Tasbih has been missed in the last sajdah of the second or fourth Rakah then you can recite the missed ones before Attahiyat in Qaidah.
5)  If you miss a wajib in Salah and have to do Sajdah Sahaw. You don’t have to recite Tasbih in Sajdah Sahoo, since the 300 counts have been established. But if you had missed Tasbih in any of the postures and remember it now. Then you may recite the missed Tasbih in Sajdah Sahaw now.
6)  It is preferable to recite after Surah Fatiha Sura Takathuur in the first Raka’, Surah Wal A’sr in the second Raka’, Surah Kaferoon (qul ya aiyuhal Kafiroon) in the third and Surah Akhlas (Qul hu Allah-hu ahd) in the fourth Raka’. If one does not remember these surahs he can recite the ones he prefers.

Lailatul Qadr: The Night of Power, Signs and It’s Significance

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On the 27th of Ramadan, the Holy Quran was sent down from Loh-E-Mahfooz (the Preserved Tablet) to the earth. Messenger of ALLAH (Blessings of Allah and peace be on him) told us to search for Shab-e-Qadr in the odd numbered nights, in the last ten days of Ramadan. So, the 21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th or 29th night of Ramadan could be Lailatul-Qadr.

It’s further mentioned in Sahih Muslim, Vol No. 2, in the Book of Fasting, Hadith No. 2635, that the Prophet said that, “On the night of Lailatul Qadr, the moon will appear like a plate towards the fag end of the month.”

Allah (SWA) Says in tQur’an 97: 1-5; “verily! We have sent it (Quran) down in the Night of Decree (Lailatul-Qadr). And what will make you know what the Night of Decree is? The Night of Decree is better than a thousand months. Therein descend the angels and the Rooh (i.e. Gabriel) by Allaah’s Permission with all Decrees, Peace! until the appearance of dawn.”

It has been authentically narrated upon the authority of Jaabir ibn Abdullah (RA) who said: the Messenger (SAW) said: “Indeed I was shown Lailatul Qadr then I was made to forget it. It is in the last ten nights of (Ramadan) and it is a bright night, neither hot or cold.. in the version of Az Zayaadee it mentions concerning the brightness of the night: “..as though there is in it the type of moon that overpowers the stars (in brightness)..” then in both versions the messenger said: “Devils on that night will not be able to come out until fajr…”

The Prophet (P.B.U.H) came out intending to tell us about Lailatul-Qadr, however two men were arguing and he said: “I came out to inform you about Lailatul-Qadr but so and so, and, so and so were arguing, so it was raised up, and perhaps that is better for you, so seek it on the (twenty) ninth and (twenty) seventh and the (twenty) fifth.” Sahih Bukhari

When Ubay ibn Ka’b was asked on another occasion ‘what are its signs’ he responded by saying “its signs are the signs that the messengers (SAW) informed us of. That the sun will rise the following morning having no rays”

The importance of Lailatul Qadr is great since Holy Quran was sent down in this night. The Muslims who find Lailatul Qadr should stay up and pray whole night out of faith and hoping for reward from Allah. As to the importance of Laylatul Qadr (the night of Decree), it is better than a thousand months.

Upon the Authority of Aisha (Radhiyallahu ‘anhaa) who said: “I asked:” Oh messenger of Allah! If i am granted success in ascertaining Lailatu Qadr what should i supplicate? So He (SAW) said: “You should say: “Oh Allah! Indeed you the one who pardons, you love to pardon, so pardon me”(Allahumma inaka ‘afoowun tuhibul afwa fa’fu ‘anee)

Arabic basic verbs (أفعال أساسية)

Arabic basic verbs (أفعال أساسية)

 

English Standard Arabic Transliteration Egyptian Arabic Transliteration
to be (not used in present tense) كان – يكون (كون) kaana – yakuunu (koon) kaan – yikuun (koon)
to do; to make فعل – يفعل (فعل) fa3ala – yaf3alu (fa3l) عمل – يعمل 3amal – yi3mil (3amal)
to work عمل – يعمل (عمل) 3amala – ya3milu (3amal) اشتغل – يشتغل (سغل) ištaġal – yištaġil (šuġl)
to bring, fetch أحضر – يحضر (احضار) aHDara – yuHDiru (iHDaar) جاب – يجيب (جيبان) gaab – yigiib (gayabaan)
to take أخذ – يأخذ (أخذ) axada – ya’xudu (axd) خد – ياخد (اخد) xad – yaaxud (axd)
to put وضع – يضع (وضع) waDa3a – yaDa3u (waD3) حطّ – يحطّ (حطّ) HaTT – yiHoTT (HaTT)
to become أصبح – يصبح (اصباح) aSbaHa – yuSbiHu (iSbaaH) بقى – يبقى ba’a – yib’a
to change (s.t.) غيّر – يغيّر (تغيير) ġayyara – yuġayyiru (taġyiir) ġayyar – yiġayyar (taġyiir)
to count عدّ – يعدّ (عدّ) 3adda – ya3uddu (3add) 3add – yi3idd (3add)
to go (to) ذهب – يذهب (ذهاب) إلى dahaba – yadhabu (dahaab) ila راح – يروح (مرواح | روحان) raaH – yiruuH (mirwaaH/rawaHaan)
to walk مشى – يمشي (مشي) maša – yamši (mašy) مشي – يمشي (مشي) miši – yimši (mašy)
to run جرى – يجري (جري) jara – yajri (jary) geri – yigri (gary)
to come جاء – يجئ (جيئة) jaa’a – yajii’u (jii’a) جه – يجي (مجي) geh – yiigi (migiyy)
أتى – يأتي (اتي) ata – yaa’ti (aty)
to return رجع – يرجع (رجوع) إلى raja3a – yarja3u (rujuu3) rigi3 – yirga3 (ruguu3)
عاد – يعود (عودة) إلى 3aada – ya3uudu (3awda)
to arrive وصل – يصل (وصول) إلى waSala – yaSilu (wuSuul) ila وصل – يوصل (وصول) wiSil – yiwSil (wuSuul)
to sit جلس – يجلس (جلوس) jalasa – yajlisu (juluus) قعد – يقعد (قعاد) ‘a3ad – yu’3ud (‘u3aad)
to get up, rise قام – يقوم (قيام) qaama – yaquumu (qiyaam) ‘aam – yi’uum (‘iyaam)
to fall وقع – يقع (وقوع) waqa3a – yaqa3u (wuquu3) وقع – يوقع (وقوع) wi’i3 – yiw’a3 (wu’uu3)
سقط – يسقط (سقوط) saqaTa – yasquTu (suquuT)
to go up طلع – يطلع (طلوع) Tala3a – yaTla3u (Tuluu3) Tili3 – yiTla3 (Tuluu3)
to go down نزل – ينزل (نزول) nazila – yanzilu (nuzuul) nizil – yinzil (nuzuul)
to cook طبخ – يطبخ (طبخ) Tabaxa – yaTbuxu (Tabx) Tabax – yiTbux (Tabx)
to eat أكل – يأكل (أكل) akala – yaa’kulu (akl) كل – ياكل (أكل) kal – yaakul (akl)
to drink شرب – يشرب (شرب) šariba – yašrabu (šurb) širib – yišrab (šurb)
to wake up صحى – يصحو (صحو) SaHa – yaSHu (SaHw) صحي – يصحى (صحو) SaHa – yiSHa (SaHw)
استيقظ – يستيقظ (استيقاظ) istayqaZa – yastayqiZu (istiiqaaZ)
to sleep نام – ينام (نوم) naama – yanaamu (nawm) naam – yinaam (noom)
to wash غسل – يغسل (غسل) ġasala – yaġsilu (ġasl) ġasal – yiġsil (ġasl/ġasiil)
to clean نظّف – ينظّف (تنظيف) naZZafa – yunaZZifu (tanZiif) naZZaf – yinaZZaf (tanZiif)
to study درس – يدرس (دراسة) darasa – yadrusu (diraasa) daras – yidris (diraasa)
to learn تعلّم – يتعلّم (تعلّم) ta3allama – yata3allamu (ta3allum) اتعلّم – يتعلّم (تعلّم) it3allim – yit3allim (ta3allum)
to understand فهم – يفهم (فهم) fahima – yafhamu (fahm) fihim – yifham (fahm)
to know عرف – يعرف (معرفة) 3arafa – ya3rifu (ma3rifa) 3irif – yi3raf (ma3rifa)
to remember تذكر – يتذكر (تذكر) tadakkara – yatadakkaru (tadakkur) افتكر – يفتكر (افتكار) iftakar – yiftikir (iftikaar)
to forget نسي – ينسى (نسي) nasiya – yansaa (nasi) nisi – yinsa (nasi)
to describe وصف – يصف (وصف) waSafa – yaSifu (waSf) وصف – يوصف (وصف) waSaf – yiwSif (waSf)
to try, test (s.t) جرّب – يجرّب (تجريب) jarraba – yujarribu (tajriib) garrab – yigarrib (tagriib)
to try, attempt to do s.t. حاول – يحاول (محاولة) أن Haawala – yuHaawilu (muHaawala) an
to be able to do s.t. قدر – يقدر (قدرة) أن qadara – yaqdiru (qudra) an ‘idir – yi’dir (‘odra)
استطاع – يستطيع (استطاعة) أن istaTaa3a – yastaTii3u (istiTaa3a) an
to read قرأ – يقرأ (قراءة) qara’a – yaqra’ (qiraa’a) قرأ – يقرأ (قراية) ‘ara – yi’ra (‘iraaya)
to write كتب – يكتب (كتابة) kataba – yaktubu (kitaaba) katab – yiktib (kitaaba)
to translate ترجم – يترجم (ترجمة) tarjama – yutarjimu (tarjama) targam – yitargim (targama)
to talk (reflexive) تكلّم – يتكلّم (كلام | تكلّم) takallama – yatakallamu (kalaam/takallum) اتكلّم – يتكلّم (كلام) itkallim – yitkallim (kalaam)
تحدّث – يتحدّث (تحدّث) taHaddata – yataHaddatu (taHaddut)
to say, tell قال – يقول (قول) qaala – yaquulu (qawl) ‘aal – yi’uul (‘awl)
to ask (a question) سأل – يسأل (سؤال) sa’ala – yas’alu (su’aal)
to request طلب – يطلب (طلب) Talaba – yaTlubu (Talab)
to reply, answer (to) أجاب – يجيب (اجابة) على ajaaba – yujiibu (ijaaba) 3ala agaab – yigiib (igaaba) 3ala
ردّ – يردّ (ردّ) على radda – yarudd (radd) 3ala
to thank شكر – يشكر (شكر) šakara – yaškuru (šukr) šakar – yiškur (šukr)
to complain (about) شكى – يشكو (شكوى) من šaka – yašku (šakwa) min اشتكى – يشتكي (شكوى) من ištaka – yištiki (šakwa) min
to promise وعد – يعد (وعد) بـ wa3ada – ya3idu (wa3d) bi وعد – يوعد (وعد) wa3ad – yiw3id (wa3d) bi
to see رأى – يرى (رؤية) ra’a – yara (ru’ya) شاف – يشوف (شوفان | شوف) šaaf – yišuuf (šawafaan/šoof)
to look at نظر – ينظر (نظر) إلى naZara – yanZuru (naZar) ila بصّ – يبصّ (بصّ | بصصان) على baSS – yibuSS (baSS/baSaSaan) 3ala
to look for بحث – يبحث (بحث) عن baHata – yabHatu (baHt) 3an دوّر – يدوّر (تدوير) على dawwar – yidawwar (tadwiir) 3ala
to find وجد – يجد (وجود) wajada – yajidu (wujuud) لاقى – يلاقي laa’a – yilaa’i (la’ayaan)
to lose (s.t.) ضيّع – يضيّع (تضييع) Dayya3a – yuDayyi3u (taDyii3)
to organize نظّم – ينظّم (تنظيم) naZZama – yunaZZimu (tanZiim)
to organize, tidy up رتّب – يرتّب (ترتيب) rattaba – yurattibu (tartiib)
to smoke (in general) دخّن – يدخّن (تدخين) daxxana – yudaxxinu (tadxiin)
to happen حدث – يحدث (حدوث) Hadata – yaHdutu (Huduut) حصل – يحصل (حصول) HaSal – yiHSal (HuSuul)
to watch شاهد – يشاهد (مشاهدة) šaahada – yušaahidu (mušaahada) اتفرّج – يتفرّج على itfarrag – yitfarrag 3ala
to hear سمع – يسمع (سمع | سماعة) sami3a – yasma3u (sam3/samaa3a) simi3 – yisma3 (sama3)
to listen to استمع – يستمع (استماع) إلى istama3a – yastami3u (istimaa3) ila سمع – يسمع (سمع) simi3 – yisma3 (sama3)
to give أعطى – يعطي (اعطاء) a3aTa – ya3aTi (i3Taa’) ادّى – يدّي (مدّية) idda – yiddi (middiyya)
to carry حمل – يحمل (حمل) Hamala – yaHmilu (Haml) شال – يشيل (شيل | شيلان) šaal – yišiil (šeil/šayalaan)
to love أحبّ – يحبّ (حبّ) aHabba – yuHibbu (Hubb) حبّ – يحبّ (حبّ) Habb – yiHibb (Hubb)
to hate كره – يكره (كره | كراهة) kariha – yakrahu (karh/karaaha) karah – yikrah (karh/karaaha)
to be born وُلد – يُولد (ولادة) wulida – yuuladu (wilaada) اتولد – يتولد itwalad – yitwalad
to live عاش – يعيش (معيشة) 3aaša – ya3iišu (ma3iiša)
to live (in a place) سكن – يسكن (سكن) في sakana – yaskunu (sakan) fi
to die مات – يموت (موت) maata – yamuutu (moot)
to pass away توفّي – يتوفي (وفاة) tuwuffiya – yutawaffayu (wafaah) اتوفى – يتوفي (وفاة) itwaffa – yitwaffi (wafaah)
to wait انتظر – ينتظر (انتظار) intaZara – yantaZiru (intiZaar) استنى – يستني istinna – yistinni
to buy اشترى – يشتري (شراء) ištara – yaštari (širaa’) ištara – yištiri
to sell باع – يبيع (بيع) baa3a – yabii3u (bii3)
to pay; to push دفع – يدفع (دفع) dafa3a – yadfa3u (daf3) dafa3 – yidfa3
to push زق – يزق (زق) za” – yizu” (za”)
to open (s.t.) فتح – يفتح (فتح) fataHa – yaftaHu (fatH) fataH – yiftaH (fatH)
to close (s.t.) غلق – يغلق (غلق) ġalaqa – yaġliqu (ġalq) قفل – يقفل ‘afal – yi’fil
to begin, start (s.t.) بدأ – يبدأ (بدء) bada’a – yabda’u (bad’) bada’ – yibda’
to end (reflexive) انتهى – ينتهي (انتهاء) intaha – yantahi (intihaa’)
to stop (reflexive); to stand up وقف – يقف (وقف | وقوف) waqafa – yaqifu (waqf/wuquuf) wi’if – yiw’af (wa’f)
to finish (s.t.) خلّص – يخلّص (تخليص) xallaSa – yuxalliSu (taxliiS) xallaS – yixallaS (taxliiS)
شطّب – يشطّب (تشطيب) šaTTab – yišaTTab (tašTiib)
to stop (reflexive); to stand up وقف – يقف (وقف | وقوف) waqafa – yaqifu (waqf/wuquuf) wi’if – yiw’af (wa’f)
to play لعب – يلعب (لعب) la3aba – yal3ibu (li3b)
to use (s.t.) استخدم – يستخدم (استخدام) istaxdama – yastaxdimu (istixdaam)
استعمل – يستعمل (استعمال) ista3mala – yasta3milu (isti3maal)
to enter دخل – يدخل (دخول) daxala – yadxulu (duxuul) daxal – yudxul
to go out خرج – يخرج (خروج) xaraja – yaxruju (xuruuj) xarag – yixrag
to leave غادر – يغادر (مغادرة) ġaadara – yuġaadiru (muġaadara) ساب – يسيب saab – yisiib
to ride (ex. a taxi) ركب – يركب (ركوب) rakiba – yarkabu (rukuub) rikib – yirkab
to send أرسل – يرسل (ارسال) arsala – yursilu (irsaal) بعت – يبعت ba3at – yib3at
to receive استلم – يستلم (استلام) istalama – yastalimu (istilaam) istalam – yistilim (istilaam)
to think (about s.t.) فكّر – يفكّر (تفكير) fakkara – yufakkiru (tafkiir) fakkar – yifakkar (tafkiir) fi
to think (that) ظنّ – يظنّ (ظن) أن Zanna – yaZunnu (Zann) anna افتكر – يفتكر iftakar – yiftikir
to believe (that) اعتقد – يعتقد (اعتقاد) i3taqada – ya3taqidu (i3tiqaad) anna
to need (s.t.) احتاج – يحتاج (احتياج) إلى iHtaaja – yaHtaaju (iHtiyaaj) ila iHtaag – yiHtaag
to want (to) أراد – يريد (ارادة) araada – yuriidu (iraada) an عايز – عايزة 3aayiz/3aayza (or 3aawiz/3aawza) – active participle
to succeed نجح – ينجح (نجاح) najaHa – yanjaHu (najaaH) nagaH – yingaH (nagaaH)
to fail فشل – يفشل (فشل) fašila – yafšalu (fašal)

The Holy Quran

The Quran is the sacred book of the Muslims, it is the word of God (Allah) revealed to his prophet Muhammad (peace and prayers of Allah be upon him) through the angel Jibril. This revelation has lasted 23 years.

The Quran is the heart of Islam, it includes all the teachings and precepts of the religion, for every Muslim it’s the divine symbol of faith. The Holy Book is also considered as a miracle in itself because of its content and scope, which is extended to all possible areas and continues to fascinate scientists for its extraordinary advance over time.

The Quran has 114 chapters called suwar. The first one is called Al Fatiha (the opening). Each sura is composed of phrases or verses called “ayat”. The longest sura is the “Al Baqara” , it has 286 ayas.

A part of the Quran was revealed to the Prophet (peace and prayers of Allah be upon him) in the city of Mecca and the other in the city of Medina, that is why we find a classification of the suwar in the Quran by Makiya and Madaniya, in fact by place of revelation.

Salah Names, Rakat and Time

Name Rakat Time
Fajr 04
02 Sunnah | 02 Farz
From dawn before sunrise.
Zuhar 12
04 Sunah | 04 Farz
02 Sunnah | 02 Nawafil
Between the declining of sun & Asr.
Asr 08
04 Sunnah | 04 Farz
(Late afternoon) Immediately after the last time limit    of Zuhar until just before the sunset.
Maghrib 07
03 Farz | 02 Sunnah
02 Nawafil
(Evening) Soon after sunset until the disappearance of the twilight.
Isha 17
04 Sunnah | 04 Farz
02 Sunnah | 02 Nawafil
03 Witar | 02 Nawafil
After the disappearance of the twilight until midnight.
Juma 14
04 Sunnah | 02 Farz
04 Sunnah| 02 Sunnah
02 Nawafil
Between the declining of sun & Asr. Juma can’t be offered individually. If you happen to miss Juma prayer, then you should offer Zuhar.