This is a set of documents intended to teach 80% of the Qur'an to learners. The philosophy is that since many of the words in the Qur'an are repeated, 80% of it can be learned quickly and easily by knowing what to focus on. Included are lists of vocabulary separated into genre, such as pronouns and ways to say 'no', verbs and verb conjugation charts, grammar charts detailing active and passive participles, and more. Many of the documents are in PDF as well as in Excel so that changes can be made to the templates, i.e. translation into other languages if desired.
This Arabic-English dictionary of the Qur'an is not compiled in the traditional, alphabetical way, but rather by chapter and word order in the Qur'an. The list is available both for viewing online as well as via downloadable PDF documents. Prepositions and attached pronouns are included in the list alongside full words. The word list doesn't include every single word in a particular verse if that word has been mentioned before, i.e. ____ is only listed once in the Surat al-Fatiha vocabulary despite being in the chapter twice. Roots of longer words are frequently given.
Part of an appendix to the eMuslim website, this is a document containing simple grammar reference charts. The charts do not contain explanations but rather Arabic examples of each grammatical concept. Concepts covered include subject and predicate, nouns and adjectives, the genitive case, plurals, gender, prepositions, possessive pronouns, verb conjugations, imperatives, active and passive participles, and masdars. The reference is two pages.
This is a link to 58 different verb charts. Each verb is chosen due to its relative frequency in the Qur'an. Each chart includes the meaning of the word, its masdar, the different ways it can be conjugated in both past and present, negation and imperatives, duals, and the active and passive participles and their plurals. The charts can be viewed online or downloaded as separate PDF files.
This website links to a document that is a dual translation of the Qur'an into English, first word by word and then sentence by sentence. Such a translation clearly shows where each word and its meaning is placed in the Arabic text if there is any confusion about the English translation of a particular verse. The document is available separately chapter by chapter under the 'lughat' button of this website and also for sale via Amazon, although downloading is permissible via this website.
This is a tutorial on the very basics of Arabic grammar. Using vocabulary built on the Qur'an and the hadith, the tutorial uses vocabulary lists and translation exercises to teach grammatical points. The answers are included in the exercises. Grammar covered in the first half of this tutorial includes the subject and predicate, gender, numbers, the genitive case, interrogatives, pronouns, and prepositions. Charts of pronouns and attached pronouns are included in the tutorial.
This is the second part of a tutorial on the very basics of Arabic grammar. Using vocabulary built on the Qur'an and the hadith, the tutorial uses vocabulary lists and translation exercises to teach grammatical points. The answers are included in the exercises. Grammar covered in the second half includes subjects, objects, verbs, verb tenses and conjugations, passive and active voice, imperatives, masdars, passive and active participles, the ten measures of the Arabic verb, pronouns attached to verbs, and some final notes on the idaafa, plurals, and translation in general.