Arabic Study notes

“Learn Arabic for it is part of your Religion….”~Umar(ra)



This was created for personal study purposes; however, I would appreciate any corrections and/or constructive criticism. I tried to keep the translation as literal as possible, at the expense of english grammar, as I found this facilitates reading and understanding the text in its original arabic.


  1. Would you mind adding my blog,, to your blogroll?

    I hope that Insha Allah all of us will benefit from your blog once we start Hidayatunnahw

    Jazak Allah!

    Comment by sheepoo | April 30, 2007 | Reply

  2. Done. Inshallah, you will reciprocate.

    Comment by godilali | April 30, 2007 | Reply

  3. Ali,
    I have added your blog to my blogroll. Thanks for doing the same for mine (maybe the name could be changed to Internals?)
    One suggestion, for your site: do you agree that having Arabic words written in arabic script helps the reader more than transliterating them? I use a certain font style and font type to do the same.
    Let me know and I will help you with this, Insha Allah

    May Allah bless you!

    Comment by sheepoo | April 30, 2007 | Reply

  4. Hmmmm; If you are willing to copy every single entry, paste it onto word, change all the transliteration into arabic script, and send it back to me, then I will do it.

    Comment by ali | April 30, 2007 | Reply

  5. Check you email! :-)

    Comment by sheepoo | April 30, 2007 | Reply

  6. If sheepoo hasn’t already done it, I am willing to change the transliteration into Arabic script.

    Comment by mujahid7ia | May 2, 2007 | Reply

  7. Ali,
    I had sent you the email.What came out of it? That method is way more easier than copying and pasting into Word.
    Let me know if you need help on how to implement it (I assumed you would know it already, but then I realized that it involves going to the code part of the page and not every one may feel easy doing it)

    Jazak Allah!

    Comment by sheepoo | May 2, 2007 | Reply

  8. I’m too lazy to do that…

    Comment by Ali | May 2, 2007 | Reply

  9. slamz,
    can i have your email id?i need serious help from your side regrading learning sarf-nahw.
    hope you’ll respond
    fi amanALLAH

    Comment by Mohammed kashif Attari | May 10, 2007 | Reply

  10. my id is please respond soon.

    Comment by Mohammed kashif Attari | May 10, 2007 | Reply

  11. Just ask what you need to know right here, although I doubt I will be of much help.

    If you wish to learn sarf/nahw, the ShariahProgram online course is probably the best place to start:

    If this is not possible, I think the following is probably the most effective way to learn arabic:

    Phase 1 (2 months): Madinah University Book 1

    Phase 2 (4 months): Madinah Book 2
    Qasas al-Nabiyyin Book 1

    Phase 3 (6 months): Tasheel al-Sarf
    Tasheel al-Nahw
    Qasas al-Nabiyyin Book 2

    Phase 4(12 months): Madinah Book 3
    Qasas al-Nabiyyin Book 3-5
    Hidayatun Nahw (requires a teacher)

    If you know urdu, there are a plethora of resources to learn the language.

    Comment by Ali Godil | May 10, 2007 | Reply

  12. Ali,
    I am not sure that you are still taking care of this site. If you do get this message please mail me at sheepoo at gmail dot com. I need to discuss something important regarding your website

    Jazak Allah!

    Comment by sheepoo | February 6, 2008 | Reply

  13. sorry where do you download the english transalation of hidayatun nahwa

    Comment by saif | January 28, 2009 | Reply

  14. Oh my god enjoyed reading this blogpost. I submitted your feed to my reader.

    Comment by boorceNeegree | November 25, 2009 | Reply

  15. Assalamulaykum, im a young student 12 yrs old and is attempting to learn Hidayatun Nahw. Until recently I have been using your extremely useful and extensive notes! Now I really need help because i can’t find any notes on “اذا تنازع الفعلان” Please can you pass me the notes! My email ad is:

    Comment by Adam | December 30, 2009 | Reply

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