Friday, 12 August 2016

New Beginners Arabic for 2017

The New Beginners Arabic Courses 2017


New Beginners Arabic Courses will be offered from February to November 2017.  These courses will be offered on Sunday Mornings at the Masjidul Quds Mosque in Gatesville from 9.00 – 10.30 am.  Classes will start on Sunday 30 January 2017.  A final introductory session will be offered on this day, prior to the start of the classes, to inform students about the course structure for the year.

This programme will incorporate four courses, viz.  Read Arabic, Basic Arabic, Speak Arabic and Understand Al-Qurãn.  The course will therefore cover all the skills needed to fully use the Arabic language, viz. reading, writing, listening, speaking and understanding. 

New Beginners Arabic for 2017

The New Beginners Arabic Courses 2017


A new Beginners Arabic Courses will be offered from February to November 2017.  These courses will be offered on Sunday Mornings at the Masjidul Quds Mosque in Gatesville from 9.00 – 10.30 am.  Classes will start on Sunday 30 January 2017.  A final introductory session will be offered on this day, prior to the start of the classes, to inform students about the course structure for the year.

This course will incorporate four courses, viz.  Read Arabic, Basic Arabic, Speak Arabic and Understand Al-Qurãn.  The course will therefore cover all the skills needed to fully use the Arabic language, viz. reading, writing, listening, speaking and understanding. 

Monday, 25 July 2016

Arabic Classes - Registration for 2016

REGISTRATION has closed for 2016.  Only students who've done some Arabic studies previously will be considered after April.  Students who have not studied any formal Arabic before, and are willing to work very hard to catch up, should at least be fluent in reading the Arabic script, because we do not use transliteration at this stage of the programme.

To receive the new registration form for 2016, please email the word: register and your full name and contact details to idreeskamish@gmail.com
You'll receive a form which you can complete in MSWord and email back to me. 
Or you can download the Registration Form BELOW and FAX it to me at: 0865713530

Alternatively Registration forms can be collected from the Islamic Library or the Gift Shop at the Gatesville Mosque (see pictures below). Late registrations may be done at the Gateville Mosque.  The time and date will be confirmed soon.  The info. regarding the room to be used, will be available on the notice boards at the mosque.

Registration Fee is R150/ R100 (children) -  (irrespective of the amount of courses).






Shukran (Thank you) for your interest.
Idrees Kamish

Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Speak Arabic ASAP!

Alhamdu lillaah!!
One month has passed and still going strong.  Some people are still inquiring about joining the classes.  We normally allow late registrations up to the end of March, but student who would like to still join need to contact me ASAP via email (idreeskamish@gmail.com) or WhatsApp (0720191949).  I recommend that anyone who still want to join our Beginners or Intermediate classes this year, should do so immediately and not wait any longer.  Once they've contacted me, they can register via email or WhatsApp and start learning immediately, because the notes and audio lessons will be forwarded to them as soon as all information required has been received.  Space is limited, so do not delay, if you want to be able speak Arabic within the next two - three months!

We have covered quite a bit of work thus far and students are expected to revise daily.  Students are also expected to do daily assignments (reading and writing what has been covered).  Reminders and Revision Audios are sent to students regularly (about three or more times per week) to help them to revise, memorize, and improve their understanding.

In addition to the sentences and phrases, we have covered more than 40 verbs (Commands/ Instructions) so far, which is quite unique, since most other classes (traditionally) do very few (if any) verbs during the initial stages.  Knowing Verbs helps the student to understand Arabic much faster, because Arabic is a very structured language - based on a root system.  Since more than 80% of all roots are directly linked to the verb, it helps the student to learn much faster, by having a good understanding of how the roots work in Arabic and learning a large amount of roots as soon as possible.


Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Speak Arabic and Understand Al-Quran 2016

Alhamdu lillah!
We've had a great response for our 2016 Arabic Classes.  It is evident that more and more people are realizing the importance of studying this beautiful language.  Many students have also listed the Understanding of Al-Quran as their main reason for studying this language.  The students also love they way the classes are conducted, in a fun, interactive way.  I always try my best to simplify any concept I teach, therefore one can truly say Arabic is fun and easy to learn!

Anyone who would like to pursue Arabic studies in future, should ideally first learn to read the Arabic script.  Those prospective future students who would like to improve their Arabic Reading skills in the meanwhile, are welcome to download a copy of the Read Arabic Today ebook, by clicking on the link on the right: http://readarabictoday.blogspot.co.za/p/blog-page.html.

Those who can read, and would still like to join, must please register ASAP by sending me their full name, contact details and a recent photograph via email (idreeskamish@gmail.com) or WhatsApp (0720191949).  Remember we have already started last Sunday.  We will revise this week and continue with our new lesson/s.   

Here are some pics of the new group of students for 2016.  As you can see, there is not much space left for additional students, so if you still want to join - please send me your details ASAP!



Monday, 21 December 2015

New Arabic Classes in 2016, in Gatesville, Cape Town

The new beginners Arabic classes will start on 7 February 2016.
No prior knowledge of the Arabic language is needed to start learning.
The classes will be held once a week on Sunday mornings.
See below for more details:
For further details about the courses, go to:
http://schoolofarabic.blogspot.co.za/2013/10/2014-arabic-classes.html