Quranic Arabic And Classical Arabic
Classical Arabic, also known as Quranic Arabic or occasionally Mudari Arabic, is the form of the Arabic language which has been used in literary texts dating back to the 7th to 9th centuries by mostly Umayyad and Abbasiddynasties and is based on the medieval dialects of Arab people and nations including tribes. Modern Standard Arabic is the direct descendant used today throughout the Arab world in writing and in formal speaking. While the lexis and stylistics of Modern Standard Arabic are different from Classical Arabic, the morphology and syntax have remained basically unchanged. In the Arab world, little distinction is made between classical or Quranic Arabic and modern Arabic and both are normally called 'the most eloquent '. Classical Arabic's only difference toward Modern Standard Arabic is grammar which when speaking about the Quran can be termed as the Tajweed, but in vocabulary and spelling, there is no difference.
Because the Quran is in Classical Arabic, the language is considered by most Muslims to be holy and there are many schools both physical and digital today that provide Quranic Arabic lessons online and courses where a person can learn spoken Arabic online under the guidance of online Quran tutor & teachers. Quranic Arabic lessons online or classical Arabic online lessons are similar in conduct to modern Arabic but there is a very stark difference between them. Most online Quran tutor & teachers start Quranic Arabic lessons from the basic Qaida and build their way up to the more complex principles and rules of tajweed. It must be mentioned that Arabic lessons are not only studied and learned by the Muslims of the world. In fact in recent times there has been an increase in the people that wish to learn spoken Arabic online or otherwise and many companies around the world actually now provide incentives to learn Arabic due to business opportunities in the Arab world following the Arab spring.