The Poetic Language of the Quran

The Poetic Language of the Quran

Among the Arabs during the time of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh.), poetry was as popular as music and social media are today, and eloquence was seen as a God-given ability solely reserved for those destined for greatness. However, although Arabic reigned supreme among the world’s known languages at the time, it had never met a challenger as expressive, persuasive, and articulate as the Noble Quran. 

The Types of Arabic and their Differences

The Types of Arabic and their Differences

Arabic is one of the world’s greatest languages, with expansive vocabulary, gorgeous calligraphy, and rich history. It is considered the most important language in the Semitic family, due to its large number of speakers. Read on to learn about all the types of Arabic.

Pronouns in the Quran

Pronouns in the Quran

In Arabic, there are 14 pronouns! That’s a lot! 5 are singular, 5 are plural, and 4 are dual (that’s new). It unlocks so much of the Quran.

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