Here we will compile links which will be related to different topics of interest for the LinguisticMiracle reader insha� Allah.
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FurqaanArabic.com – Learn Arabic in Fun and easy ways through Flash Cards.
Lisan ul Arab.org � – a good forum for discussion of the Arabic language. For all levels.
Baby Arabic Lessons – Get a feel of understanding the Arabic language.[/tab]
Dictionaries & Grammar: [NEW]
Corpus.Quran.com/qurandictionary.jsp – this site is extremely useful for students of Arabic Grammar, telling the types of words and their forms.
Studyquran.co.uk/PRLonline.htm [HOT] – this site gives you an Alphabet index of ROOT Words, and allows you to find out their meanings from famous Dictionary/Lexicons.
Lanes Lexicon Online [HOT] – this is one of the most famous and detailed English dictionaries of the Arabic language.
[http://www.tyndalearchive.com/TABS/Lane/index.htm] NOTE: the original site is a Christian site.[/tab]
Quran.com -� a Good resource for the Qur�an, the search box is extremely useful once you get used to it.
Birkah.wordpress.com – Quran Gems.
MiracleCoran.wordpress.com – Quran Gems from LinguisticMiracle.com translated into French.[/tab]
Arabic Experience on the Internet;
The following are some good tools you can use on the internet for a new Arabic typing experience;
Ta3reeb �- this allows you to type Arabic through your usual English keyboard � through transliteration. Highly Recommended.
Eiktub.com – similar to Ta3reeb, except you can add Tashkeel [vowel sound marks] onto your Arabic.
Google Transliterator and Arabic Dictionary �- This is similar to Ta3reeb, you type in a word in Roman English [transliterate it], and the Arabic word shows up. It then automatically provides you with a translation of that word.