There are 17 Chapters in Noorani Qaida and 27 pages.
Lesson No.1 - Arabic Alphabets
Lesson No 1 is about the Arabic Alphabet. There are 29 alphabets in the Arabic language. You will learn each Arabic letter with proper pronunciation from the exact articulation point.
Lesson No.2 - Joint Letters
Lesson No 2 is about Joint Letters. In this lesson you will learn different shpes of alphabets while connectiong letters to make a proper word. When we joint Arabic letters, sometimes many letters come in different shapes. So you need to learn different shapes of alphabets. Because sometimes when one letter is weitten alone, it is writtern in full shape, but when it is combined with other letters, it is weitten half. after completing this chapter students would be able to identify each word from Quran.
Lesson No.3 - The Muqat'taat Letters
Lesson No 3 is about Huroof ul Muqattaat. In this chapter you will learn Muqattaat Letters. Muqattaat letters mean the letters which is come in the beginning of the Surah like الم ، المص ، الر ، کھیعص . In addition you will learn in this chapter the symbol of Madd. You will practice long Madd. Whenever you see this Madd symbol you will have to read it longer.
Lesson No.4 - The Movements (short vowels)
Lesson No 4 is about 3 basic harakat. (1) Fatha (2) Kasrah (3) Dammah
These 3 Harakat are short vowels. Read it without stratching.
In the exercise you will practice each letter with each of these harakat.
Lesson No.5 - Tanveen
Lesson No 5 is about Tanveen.
What is tanveen?
Double Fatha (Fathatain), Couble Kasrah (Kasratain) and Double Dammah (Dammatain) is called Tanveen.
You will learn about Tanveen. In addition, you will learn one Tajweed rule Ikhfa. Hiding the voice of Meem or Noon partially in the nose is called Ikhfa. Whenever Tanveen is followed by throatal letters, Don’t do Ikhfa. There are six Throatal letters: ء ھ ، ع ح ، غ خ
Lesson No.6 - Exercise of Tanveen and Short vowels
Lesson No 6 is about practicing the six harakat/movement/vowels:
- Double Fatha
- Double Kasrah
- Double Dammah
Lesson No.7 - Standing Fatha, standing Kasrah, Standing Dammah
In this lesson, you will learn about 3 prolong vowels:
- Standing Fatha in Saudi Script it’s called Al-Alif-us-Sagheerah
- Standing Kasrah in Saudi Script it’s called Al-Wao-us-Sagheerah
- Standing Damma in Saudi Script it’s called Al-Yaa-us-Sagheerah
In this chapter, I need your attention. There are two different ways to use and write this symbol. The first one is used in Indo-Pak script and the second one is used in Arab countries.
In Indo Pak script these three symbols are represented as a standing Fatha – Standing Kasrah – Standing Dammah. It’s easy for English speakers to pronounce, especially beginners. Because it is very simple to say instead of saying in Arabic Al-Alif-Al-Sagheerah. Standing Fatha is like small Alif on the top of the letter, standing Kasrah is also like small Alif on the bottom of the letter, Standing Dammah is a bit rounded from the top / upside down Dammah / reverse Dammah.
In Saudi Script these three symbols are represented as a (1) Al-Alif-us-Sagheerah – small Alif with Fatha (2) Al-Yaa-us-Sagheerah – small Yaa after Kasrah (3) Al-Wao-us-Sagheerah – small wao after Dammah.
These three prolong symbls need to be read longer. Standing Fatha is equal to Alif Maddah. Standing Kasrah is equal to Yaa Maddah. Standing Dammah is equal to Wao Maddah.
Lesson No.8 - Huroof ul Madd and Huroof ul Leen
This Chapter has two sections.
The First Section is about the Huroof ul Madd / Maddah Letters.
What is Madd? and How many Maddah Letters are there in Arabic?
Madd is an Arabic word that means stretching. So, maddah’s letters need to be read longer with stretching. There are three Maddah Letters: و ا ی If The letter before Alif has Fatha, Alif is called Alif maddah. If the letter before wao sakin has Dammah, Wao is called wao Maddah and if the letter before Yaa sakin has Kasrah, Yaa is called Yaa maddah. Maddah letters should be read prolonged equal to one Alif or one to two seconds.
The Second Section is about Huroof ul Leen / Leen letters.
What is Leen? and How many Leen Letters are there in Arabic?
Leen means to read softly and there are two leen letters which are () when there is a wao sukoon and the letter before has fatha we read the wao softly and is is called wao leen. When there is a Yaa sukoon and the letter before has a fatha we read the Yaa softly and it is called Yaa Leen. they are neither prolonged nor read with a jerk.
Lesson No.9 - Exercise of Double Fatha, Kasrah, Dammah, Madd, Leen and Tanveen
before The ninth Chapter is all about practicing all previous chapters all Harakat / Madd / Leen. In this chapter we will apply all harakat to read proper words. in this chapter we will read 111 different words from Quran with applying all harakats. With the help of all harakat/movements we will read proper Arabic & Quranic words. This chapter will be very amazing for you. You will get confidence and motivation to succeed in Quran reading recitation because, at the end of this lesson, you will be able to read 111 more Quranic words with proper pronunciation.
Lesson No.9 – Exercise of Short vowels, Standing Fatha, Kasrah, Dammah, Tanween, Madd & Leen
The ninth Chapter is all about practicing all previous Chapters all Harakat / Tanveen / Standing Harakat / Madd / Leen. In this chapter we will apply all harakat to read proper words. in this chapter we will read 111 different words from Quran with applying. Cover With the help of all harakat/movements we will read proper Arabic & Quranic words. This Chapter will be very amazing for you. You will get confidence and motivation to succeed in Quran reading recitation because, at the end of this lesson, you will be able to read 111 more Quranic words with proper pronunciation.
Lesson No.10 – Sukoon
The tenth Chapter is about Sukoon. It is also called Jazm. It is used for consonants. It’s shaped like a Daal letter or small circle. The letter which has sukoon symbol, we read it by connecting it with the previous letter. e.g. Ab, Ib, Ub. In this chapter, we will practice each letter with Sukoon.
Lesson No.11 – Exercise of Sukoon
The eleventh chapter is an exercise of Sukoon. It’s not only a Sukoon exercise but it will cover all harakat/symbols long and short vowels. But you will see Sukoon in every letter. You will learn 133 single words, 15 combined words, and 1 long verse.
Lesson No.12 – The Shaddah
The twelfth Chapter is about Shaddah ( ّ ). If you see this symbol on any letter, you will have to pronounce that letter twice. It is read with a strong voice. In other words, I can say throw the previous letter on Shaddah’s letter strongly. Abba, Ibba, Ubba
Lesson No.13 – Exercise of Shaddah
The Thirteen Chapter is an exercise of Shaddah. 52 single words, 2 complete verses, 2 combined words. in total 56 words. in every word you will find Shaddah for practice.
Lesson No.14 – Exercise of Shaddah & Sukoon
The Fourteenth Chapter is the exercise of Shddah and Sukoon. in one word you will see Shaddah and Sukoon. you will learn 21 words and 3 verses. each word has Shaddah and Sukoon.
Lesson No.15 – Exercise of Shaddah with Shaddah
The Fifteen Chapter is the exercise of Shaddah with Sahhadh. mean there will be two Shaddah in one word or first Shaddah in the last letter of the first word and the second Shaddah in the first letter of the second word or in two different words connecting each other. in this chapter you will learn 10 words. after reading these words you will get the idea and you will be able to read this kind of word anywhere.
Lesson No.16 – Exercise of Shaddah with Huroof ul Madd
The sixteenth Chapter is the exercise of Shaddah with Madd. In this chapter, you will learn how to connect letters while stretching Madd. there are 11 examples to practice only but you will get the idea and you will be able to apply it easily.
Lesson No.17 – Exercise of all Lessons and Rules
The seventeenth Chapter is all bout exercise. In this chapter, you will practice all Harakat/movements that use in Quran. There are some Tajweed rules to practice such as the Ghunnah, Ikhfa, Idgham, and Iqlab rules, there are 36 words/sentences/verses.
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