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They put in a lot of hardwork and made the English translation much more beneficial than the Urdu original. May Allah reward them. At least two versions of this translation are available online. The first one had many errors and typing issues. The newer version has made some improvements but issues remain, especially with regards to language and clarity of the English and Arabic texts.

We decided to bring out a revised edition of this translation to address these issues. We have completely revised some sections, as well as a number of definitions.

The organization has been changed in a way that we feel will make it easier for the student to understand how each section fits in the overall picture. This is a beginner-to-intermediate level text; therefore, we have not transliterated Arabic words exactly, keeping in mind that most people at this stage will not be comfortable with Arabic transliteration schemes.

Rather, we have used approximate equivalents that are easier to read for the untrained. Nevertheless, non-English words have been italicized. Thus, two dammahs is used instead of dammahtain. The word still remains italicized so as to reflect its non-English origin. It should also be noted that the English equivalents of Arabic grammar terms are mere approximations.

In some cases, they convey the exact meaning. In many cases, they do not. The student is, therefore, urged to focus on the original term in Arabic. To the best of our ability, we have tried to remove all errors. However, we are merely human. There are bound to be some mistakes in it. Your comments, constructive criticism, and suggestions are all welcome. You can contact us with your feedback at the email address given at the end.

We hope and pray that this revised translation will be of benefit to the students. We also pray that Nah, the Exalted, accepts this humble effort from all those who have contributed to it in any way, especially the typists; and gives us the power to continue with more. We also request the readers and all those who benefit from it in any way to remember us in their prayers.


I just wanted to mention that this file is optimized for double-sided printing on letter-size pages. This is mujib from nahww york, I lost your contact, if you have mine, can you contact me? Hope to hear from you soon. You should contact him at Sacred Learning to see when that is coming il. We wish to reprint the book as it is taught in our Madaaris. Barakallahu feekum for this translation. Is this available to purchase as a hard copy?

No, there is no hard copy apart from what you print out yourself. This is my favorite website on the net and goes through the classical Arabic and the teacher goes through a lot of the linguistic miracles in the Quran.

Their nzhw online versions are useable but they do need improvement, and there are some mistakes.

I am teaching both this year, and while teaching I anhw making the necessary adjustments. As I move along the process of editing, I post new versions online at ilmresources. So, please, wait for a couple more months. Then, insha Allah, you can publish both. What is your background? Where are u based? What is the name of your company? What other books have u published?

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Where can I get those books to check the quality? So publishing will depend on all of that. As for just printing the files as they are, then as it says in the pdfs, you can do that any time preferably after May.

Lastly, it is better to do this conversation via email. My email, as given in the pdfs is: I just wanted to ask. What book in english would u advise me to get for studying of nahw? Any famous books which are commonly used by MOTS students of arabic. Sorry I meant MOST students of arabic… As I hardly have any info regarding nahw text-books and I badly need one… Will be nahe joburg insh allah so plz cud u suggest a nahw textbook easily found in bookshops.

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A simple sequence for Nahw is as follows: Ten Lessons available at ilmresources. The new edition should be up in a month or so.

The new edition of Tahseel al-Nahw will, insha Allah, have a more detailed description of a possible Arabic Language curriculum. All these virtues r only attained with niyyah…so we shud all mk niyyah when doin any of th above insha allah.


Assalamuwalaikum Firstly I ask Allah accepts my humble duas in thanking you for all the effort you have put in for making these wonderful books readily avaiable to us, may Allah be pleased and reward your sincere work. I am a new student and our teacher has decided to use Tasheel ul Nahw, I have the najw version 2, a few days ago I was updating the amendments and was confused with the corrected definition for unrestricted plural.

Previoulsy the book stated that it was any word inclusive of number ten onwards, the amendment states that it should be any word inclusive of number 3 onwards. I asked my teacher why this was but my teacher does not know. I humbly ask if you can please explain the change in the definition, I have little knowledge of my own and am very confused at the moment, this has actually left me with a headache and look forward for clarity.

Sorry about the headache. Actually, when I was studying I lim been taught the same definition as was found in the first and second editions of Tasheel al-Nahw.

Dar al-Hadithvol. The nabw is available at http: I hope this helps. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Below I have included the introduction from the book: And He alone gives success.

Tasheel al-Nahw Share this: Assalamu alaikum Moulana, This is mujib from new york, I lost your contact, if you have mine, can you contact me? This is my favorite website on the net and goes through the classical Arabic and the teacher goes through a lot of the linguistic miracles in the Quran http: Jazak Allah khair Nzhw Saffiyah. Assalaamu alykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu. Leave a Nauw Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public.

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