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29:64 "This worldly life is no more than play and amusement. But the Hereafter is indeed the real life, if only they knew."

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Anonymous 04/26/2020 (Sun) 18:17:14 ID: 5d1de0 No.3
Hey, I just put up a thread for learning Arabic up on >>>/lang/. Has anyone here mastered Fusha yet? What have your experiences been? I'm just getting started with it, though I think I can read pretty well.
I personally have not mastered Fusha. I am just scratching the surface and have been learning for a few months through some university courses. I am personally only interested in learning it so that I can read the Qur'an, beyond that I have no motivation, but unfortunately there are like four levels of Arabic you have to through at my school before such classes even become an option. Learning the alphabet was a bit tricky at first, my only struggles have been with memorizing plurals, مصدر forms and other things along those lines. In comparison with the other languages that I have experience with, some of these alterations are insane. I need to step it up, honestly. If you're interested in reading the Qur'an above all like I am, check out this book: https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Introduction-to-Quranic-Arabic-1st-Edition/Younes/p/book/9780415508940 It only assumes that you have knowledge of the alphabet and starts a lot of the shorter surahs like al-Fatiha, an-Nas, al-Ikhlas, al-Falaq, etc. I'm not that far in but I'm enjoying it.
>>>/lang/482 Important
Interesting trivia: In the Mandarin language Islam is known as 回教 huíjiào 回 = "to return" 教 = "teaching" The same word is pronounced Kaikyo in Japanese and Hoekyo in Korean.

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