The significance of the Aalim Book

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Why Aalim Book?

The E-aalim is not just an online firm working in teaching the Holy Quran, the Arabic language and Islamic studies for non native speakers of Arabic in the world. Rather, E-aalim is an institute and an institution caring for their kid students’ spiritual welfare. The E-aalim do their best to help their kid students with their great task and mission of mastering reading and reciting the Holy Quran in the best way.

The Arabic language and the Holy Quran:

 The Arabic language is the language in which the Holy Quran was revealed. Arabic is a vivid and living language. It is rich in matters of grammar, syntax and semantics. It needs a really skillful learner to fathom its depths and secrets. Arabic is directly connected to the Holy Quran. To understand the Holy Quran well, a kid should master Arabic as much as they can. Likewise, to master Arabic well, a kid should study the Holy Quran closely.

How can the Aalim Book help?   

 To reach such a great goal and achieve such a big objective, E-aalim have taken it upon themselves to make it easy and enjoyable for their kid students to read and recite the Holy Quran in an independent way. So, E-aalim has started the way up the hill from the very beginning. The E-aalim linguistic study of the Arabic language has started teaching their kid students with the Arabic alphabet. Therefore, the kid learner of Arabic starts with learning the names of the Arabic letters in an oral way. Afterwards, the kid student learns the names of the Arabic letters individually. The tables and charts in the book help the kid student learn the names, the shapes and the sounds which the letters represent.

 The Arabic letters, shapes and positions:

  It is very interesting to note that the same Arabic letter can have diverse and different shapes according to the position of the letter in a given word. So, an initial letter can look different if the same letter is in the middle or at the end of a word. E-aalim have taken this into consideration. So the E-aalim linguistic study of the basics of the Arabic language is very concise and accurate. In the meantime, it is very helpful to every beginner kid learner of Arabic. Furthermore, it is very exciting and never boring at all for kids.


Segmental and Suprasegmental phonemes:

   The (Harakat) represent the Arabic short vowels. There are three main (Harakat) or short vowels in Arabic. The first short vowel, (Harakat) is al-Fatihah which represents the short / a / sound in English. We draw al-Fatihah as a short and tiny slanted line over the given letter like this: ( سَ  )  which is pronounced as / sa /. The second short vowel, (Harakat) in Arabic is al-Kaserah which represents the short /  e  / vowel sound in English.

Al-Kaserah is drawn as a short and tiny slanted line under the given letter like this: ( سِ ) which we pronounced as / se / or / si / . The third short vowel sound in Arabic is al-Dammah which represents the short /  u  / vowel sound in English. We draw Al-Dammah as a tiny ( و ) letter in Arabic. We draw it over the given letter like this (  سُ  ) which we pronounce as / so / or / su /.It is very important to note that an Arabic letter with a (Harakat) constitutes a short syllable. Also short syllables are the most recurrent in Arabic as well as the Holy Quran

   The vital role of the Aalim Book:

 The sum of it is that the Arabic language is a rich living language. It is the language of the Holy Quran. It is a great honor for the Arabic language to be the language of the Holy Quran. The Aalim book in an introductory manual for kids to read, decode and recite the Holy Quran.

  The significance of the Aalim Book:

1- What is the significance of the Arabic language?

It is the language of the Holy Quran.

2- What characterizes the Arabic language?

It is a rich language in matters of grammar, syntax and semantics.

3- Why is the Aalim Book very important for kids?

The Aalim book introduces the non-speaker of Arabic kids to the Holy Quran as well as the Arabic language.

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