Ibn Ājurrūm (723 AH)
Al Ājurrūmiyyah is a classical primer in Arabic grammar and has been taught for hundreds of years up until today and is regarded as a fundamental text to study for anyone who wishes to study Classical & Qur'ānic Arabic grammar.
Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at students who have already had some experience learning the Arabic language. If you have studied Madinah book 1&2 or Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk book 1, then this course is ideal for you.
How are the classes delivered?
Please note, this class was recorded with a group of students. The visuals and audio are of a very high quality. Although there will be no live interaction with the teacher, you will have the opportunity to ask questions via a dedicated Telegram group and have your questions answered by the course teacher.
How long is the course for?
Topcis & Objectives
This course comprises of 16 lessons (2 hours each). Please note, a lesson will be uploaded to the student portal every Wednesday and will be available for two weeks only. We do not approve of giving students access to the entire set of lessons in one go as it tends to make students procrastinate and not complete viewing the classes. The classes will be uploaded from:
Wednesday: 12/1/22, and thereafter every week until 30/3/22. Then there will be a break for Ramaḍān.
The final four lessons will be uploaded from (4/5/22 - 25/5/22
Categories of speech
Objects (Maf'ūl bihi)
Circumstantial qualifier (Ḥāl)
Students will develop a deeper understanding of grammar that will enable them to enhance their comprehension skills of Arabic text.
There will be weekly assessments assigned. They will be short multiple choice assessments and will be reviewed at the beginning of each class.
The student portal will contain:
Recordings of lessons.
Who will teach the course?
Each Term lasts for 16 Weeks (2 hours per week) and costs £60 (£50 with the early bird discount i.e. £1.56 per hour). We try to keep our prices low and believe that our fees are very low compared to most online institutions.
The course will be delivered by the founder of Tawfīq Online Learning, Alomgir Ali, a graduate of al Azhar University (BA Islamic Law) who also possesses a BA in Arabic and English.