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UmmOmar
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As-salaamu alaykum wa rahmatullaah


Reply this thread with the correct answers to the questions below Inshaa’Allaah.  You have one week - We will review them at the beginning of next tuesdays class Inshaa'Allaah.    May Allaah grant you success!


FILL IN THE BLANKS 

1.)   The writing of the Qur’aan has different ____________ than the regular Arabic writing.

2.)   The Qur’aan is the_________________ Speech of Allaah Subhaanahu wa Ta’Aalaa

3.)   There are ___________letters in the Arabic  alphabet that take a vowel point

4.)   The word _____________________refers to the thin/light pronunciation of a letter

5.)   The word ________________refers to the thick/ heavy pronunciation of a letter

TRUE or FALSE (if the answer is false, write in the correct answer) 

1.)   In the writing of the Qur’aan, the “alif” is always a vowel that lengthens the sound of a fathah  T/F 

2.)   When we see an alif with ahamzah on top of it, we call that letter “alif- fathah”  T/F

3.)   There are eight letters  that are always pronounced thick/heavy T/F

4.)   The letter “raa” is always pronounced thin T/F

5.)   The letter “laam” is always pronounced thin/light except when it comes in the Divine Name in which case it would have a thick/heavy pronunciation if a fathah or dhammah is sounded on the letter before it.  T/F

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1.)   Which Letter has a thick/heavy pronunciation?

a.      Kaaf

b.     Daal

c.      Saad

d.     Faa

2.)   Which letter has a thin/light pronunciation?

a.      Ghayn

b.     `Ayn

c.      Qaaf

d.     Dhaad

3.)   In which of the following words is the laam pronounced thick/heavy?

a.      Alhamdulillaah

b.     Bismillaah

c.      Deenillaah

d.     Khatamallaah

4.)   In which of the following words is the laam pronounced thin/light?

a.      Nasrullaah

b.     Amaanillaah

c.      Fadhlullaah

d.     Kalamullaah

5.)   The  two vowels that we learned about in lesson one are:

a.      Alif and waaw sagheerah

b.     Alif and yaa Sagheerah

c.      Hamzah and yaa sagheerah

d.     Alif-fathah and yaa sagheerah

 

 


February 8, 2011 at 1:30 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Khalidah
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Posts: 6

1. Principles

2. non-created

3. 28

4. Tarqeeq

5. Tafkheem


1. T

2. F

3. F

4. F

5. T


1. C

2. B

3. D

4. B

5. C

February 10, 2011 at 10:57 AM Flag Quote & Reply

Aishah.S
Member
Posts: 27

Jazzakulahu Khair for this Teacher, I was looking foward to seeing this. I looked all over, and was waiting for the test to be posted.

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-Aishah L.

February 11, 2011 at 6:19 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Nour
Member
Posts: 45

Bismillahir rahmanir raheem

Assalaamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakaatuh

Eman Mohamed

2/9/10

Arabic Homework

  • FILL IN THE BLANKS 

1.)   The writing of the Qur’an has different Principles than the regular Arabic writing.

2.)   The Qur’an is the non-created Speech of Allah Subhaanahu wa Ta’Aalaa

3.)   There are 28 letters in the Arabic  alphabet that take a vowel point

4.)   The word Tarqeeq refers to the thin/light pronunciation of a letter

5.)   The word Tathkeen refers to the thick/ heavy pronunciation of a letter

  • TRUE or FALSE (if the answer is false, write in the correct answer) 

1.)   In the writing of the Qur’an, the “alif” is always a vowel that lengthens the sound of a fathah  T/F  (TRUE)

2.)   When we see an alif with ahamzah on top of it, we call that letter “alif- fathah”  T/F (FALES)

3.)   There are eight letters  that are always pronounced thick/heavy T/F (FALES)

4.)   The letter “raa” is always pronounced thin T/F (FALES)

5.)   The letter “laam” is always pronounced thin/light except when it comes in the Divine Name in which case it would have a thick/heavy pronunciation if a fathah or dhammah is sounded on the letter before it.  T/F (TRUE)

  • MULTIPLE CHOICE

1.)   Which Letter has a thick/heavy pronunciation?

a.      Kaaf

b.     Daal

c.      Saad (C)

d.     Faa

2.)   Which letter has a thin/light pronunciation?

a.      Ghayn

b.     `Ayn  (B)

c.      Qaaf

d.     Dhaad

3.)   In which of the following words is the laam pronounced thick/heavy?

a.      Alhamdulillaah

b.     Bismillaah

c.      Deenillaah

d.     Khatamallaah (D)

4.)   In which of the following words is the laam pronounced thin/light?

a.      Nasrullaah

b.     Amaanillaah (B)

c.      Fadhlullaah

d.     Kalamullaah

5.)   The  two vowels that we learned about in lesson one are:

a.      Alif and waaw sagheerah

b.     Alif and yaa Sagheerah

c.      Hamzah and yaa sagheerah (C)

d.     Alif-fathah and yaa sagheerah

February 13, 2011 at 5:42 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Laila Logan
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Posts: 35

Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem

As Salaamu Alaykum

 

FILL IN THE BLANKS :

1.) The writing of the Qur’aan has different  PRINCIPLES  than the regular Arabic writing.

2.) The Qur’aan is the NON-CREATED Speech of Allaah Subhaanahu wa Ta’Aalaa.

3.) There are 29 letters in the Arabic alphabet that take a vowel point.

4.) The word TARQEEQ refers to the thin/light pronunciation of a letter.

5.) The word TAFKHEEM refers to the thick/ heavy pronunciation of a letter.

 

 

TRUE or FALSE (if the answer is false, write in the correct answer) :

1.) In the writing of the Qur’aan, the “alif” is always a vowel that lengthens the sound of a fathah -TRUE

2.) When we see an alif with ahamzah on top of it, we call that letter “alif- fathah” - False, We call it hamzah.

3.) There are eight letters that are always pronounced thick/heavy - False, there are seven (7) letters

4.) The letter “raa” is always pronounced thin- False

5.) The letter “laam” is always pronounced thin/light except when it comes in the Divine Name in which case it would have a thick/heavy pronunciation if a fathah or dhammah is sounded on the letter before it. - True

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1.) Which Letter has a thick/heavy pronunciation?

a. Kaaf

b. Daal

c. Saad

d. Faa

 

2.) Which letter has a thin/light pronunciation ?

a. Ghayn

b. `Ayn

c. Qaaf

d. Dhaad

 

3.) In which of the following words is the laam pronounced thick/heavy?

a. Alhamdulillaah

b. Bismillaah

c. Deenillaah

d. Khatamallaah

4.) In which of the following words is the laam pronounced thin/light?

a. Nasrullaah

b. Amaanillaah

c. Fadhlullaah

d. Kalamullaah

5.) The two vowels that we learned about in lesson one are:

a. Alif and waaw sagheerah

b. Alif and yaa Sagheerah

c. Hamzah and yaa sagheerah

d. Alif-fathah and yaa sagheerah

February 14, 2011 at 11:18 AM Flag Quote & Reply

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