The Key to the Sciences

Being a primer in Arabic Phonetics, Morphology and Syntax

by Faizan Muhammad al-Faizi


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Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/8/2010

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 156
ISBN : 9781452004501

About the Book

This is a unique book, which deals with the linguistics of Arabic language (Arabic Phonetics, Morphology and Syntax). It maintains the classical tradition but is presented in a unique style, which makes the learning thoroughly enjoyable and considerably simple in terms of comprehension. The content is brilliantly communicated in an easy and accessible manner, with a visually stimulating presentation, making it beautiful in style and masterly in substance.

It is a fine example of balancing conflicting dichotomies. The information is precise and accurate but clear in terms of explanation. The content is very comprehensive but surprisingly concise. The learner will grasp not only the concepts but also the context ('the bigger picture'), enabling him/her to progress to the next stage with a good command and grounded in the linguistic concepts.


About the Author

The author is a qualified teacher and member of the General Teaching Council (GTC) in the UK. Having taught in range of environments and subjects, he has a wealth of experience and insight in the art and techniques of pedagogy. He has a broad education and good balance of modern and classical knowledge.

After completing a degree in Sociology and Social policy, he traveled abroad (Middle-east and Indo-subcontinent) to study Classical Arabic and Islamic Sciences. He received his Ijaazah (Sacred teaching license) from the prestigious seminary, Jamia Hanafia Sialkot, having also studied at the Dar al-iftaa (Juristic Office) in Muzaffrabaad under the supervision of prominent Jurisconsults.

He also has a Post graduate certificate in Education (PGCE) and has obtained qualified teacher status (QTS) in the UK. Being from family of Scholars and Guides he has continued the tradition of his forefathers in the service of humanity in terms of teaching the Religion.