Dictation

Dictation involves an instructor reading a sentence in Arabic with students writing down the Arabic as they hear it. These are critical for students to improve their reading and writing of Arabic words. They are also great for giving insight into famous sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (some students even memorize them)!

DIRECTIONS
For each dictation listed, follow these 5 steps:

  1. Play the clip in the link.

  2. While listening to the video, write down the words of the hadith in Arabic in your Fawakih notebook.

  3. Try your best to spell each word correctly. Attempt to include vowel markings.

  4. When complete, do your best to enter the Arabic into the box below the clip.

  5. You will be redirected to the explanation of the dictation after completing and will be given the opportunity to check your writing of the hadith.

"Actions are only by intentions." | Dictation #1

"No harm and no reciprocation of harm." | Dictation #2

"Whoever believes in Allah and the last day, let them speak good or be silent." | Dictation #3

“Modesty is a branch of faith.” | Dictation #4

Video Review of Dictations #1 to #4 (Access only after completing previous dictations) Link


"The merciful ones are shown mercy by the Most Merciful." | Dictation #5

"The Qur'an is a proof for you or against you." | Dictation #6

“Oppression will be darkness on the Day of Rising.” | Dictation #7

"What is little but sufficient is better than what is plentiful but causes heedlessness." | Dictation #8

Video Review of Dictations #5 to #8 (Access only after completing previous dictations) Link


"Surely God decreed excellence in everything." | Dictation #9

"The upper (giving) hand is better than the lower (receiving) hand." | Dictation #10

"Be in the world as if you are a stranger or traveler." | Dictation #11

"The most beloved action to Allah is the most consistent even if it is small." | Dictation #12

Video Review of Dictations #9 to #12 (Access only after completing previous dictations) Link