Free Tajweed Trial Class

Understanding Tajweed is not only for the select few Muslims who choose to work on correcting their pronunciations of the Quran. Rather every believer of Islam must learn Tajweed and implement its components during the recitation of the Quran.

We understand that most of us don’t have a place to go and learn Tajweed. That is why Quraniah offers you a free Tajweed trial class so you can enhance your understanding of the Quran from the comfort of your home – for free!

What will you learn in the Free Tajweed Trial Class?

The free Tajweed trial is a glimpse into what our regular Tajweed classes offer. During the trial, you will get an introduction to some of our Tajweed modules

  1. Learn the stop signs and other symbols

Many symbols are repeated all over the Quran and misusing them can change the meaning of the divine verses. Learning these signs and their correct implications is an important part of Tajweed we cover in the free trial.

  1. Overview of the Noon and Meem Mushaddad Rules

In the trial class, you will get an overview of the rules of Gunnah (nasal sound) and the ways to merge them to the next letter. These are topics we cover in detail during our paid Tajweed classes.

  1. Overview of Noon Saakin  and  Tanween

If a Noon has a harakah above it or is accompanied by a sakoon, then the pronunciation will be different from a regular Noon sound. You will get an introduction to the Noon Saakin module in the trial class. 

  1. Introduction to Laam Shamsyiah & Qamaryiah

The way to pronounce the letter Laam changes if it is followed by either a Huroof As-Shamsiyyah or any of the Huroof Al-Qamariyyah. You will briefly touch on this topic in the trial class.

  1. Introduction to Qalqalah

The exact letters where you can make a Qalqalah and the intensity of the echo sound are delicate topics of Tajweed that we introduce to you in our free trial class.

  1. The basis of Heavy and Light Letters

Not all Arabic letters are pronounced equally. We will cover the basics of how letters are qualified as heavy and light. And the circumstances in which some letters are pronounced in the opposite way of their original classification.

The Importance of Tajweed According to Allah SWT

You mustn’t overstress nor trivialize any word or haraf while reciting the Quran.  Allah SWT mentioned in the Quran [73:4]and recite the Qur’ān with measured recitation”.

Learning the correct pronunciation is your first step to memorizing and understanding the true meanings of Allah’s message. As a non-native who doesn’t understand Arabic, Tajweed can help you fully comprehend the sounds, accents and language-specific rules which will ultimately add more value to your recitations. 

You should join our free Tajweed trial to experience first-hand all the amazing features we offer.

  1. Expert Tutors: You will see how our expert tutors simplify Tajweed concepts, so you can learn the basics and study the Quran with confidence.
  2. Simplified User Interface: We offer classes via zoom which is simple to operate. You don’t need any additional apps to benefit from our Tajweed classes.
  3. Time Flexibility: we understand the time restraints of working professionals. That’s why we have multiple packages which offer part-time or full-time classes.

Don’t let a lack of Tajweed knowledge hold you back. Sign up for a free trial to experience all of our great features.

Learn Tajweed To Increase your Eman

Every Muslim has to recite a portion of the Quran in the daily five prayers. That makes learning Tajweed a necessity. Not only that but once you understand how the Arabic words are formed in the Quran it will increase your understanding of it, and you will appreciate the message even more.

There are over 70 rules of Tajweed that can make it difficult to learn it on your own. But here at Quraniah’s, we have compiled a Tajweed course that will teach you all that you need to know about Tajweed in a much-simplified way.

Join our free Tajweed trial class so you can get an understanding of what we offer in our full paid courses of Tajweed. Simply complete the free Tajweed class registration form and attend your free 60-minute session.

FAQs About Quraniah’s Free Tajweed Trial Class:

  1. Do I have to submit my credit card to sign up for the free Tajweed trial class?

We do not require your credit card details for the free Tajweed class. You don’t have to make any commitment to Quraniah except a commitment to learning when you join our trial class. This session is designed to give prospective learners a look at what they can expect from the paid Tajweed course.

  1. Can I choose my Tajweed Tutor for the free trial?

Yes. You can choose between a male and a female teacher. You can request some details about the profile of each tutor to learn a little more about them and choose according to your preference. However, you cannot change your teacher once you begin your free Tajweed trial class with one. Since the trial period is small, changing the tutor will not give you an authentic experience.

  1. How do I continue with regular classes after this trial?

You can register for the paid Tajweed course by visiting the courses tab on the website. We also give you the option to continue with the regular classes after the free trial period is over.

  1. Will I get a recorded version of the free Tajweed trial?

Yes, you will get a recorded version of this free class. The information shared in the Tajweed trial class is an overview of the regular course and will help you in understanding the value of our paid course.

  1. How long will the free trial continue?

The free Tajweed trial is one 60 minute session. Our regular classes are for 30 minutes but in this trial, you will attend two classes merged into one session. It will help you understand our teaching philosophy, class environment and give you a chance to meet your tutor and ask questions if you have any. 

  1. Should I learn Tajweed first or learn to read the Quran?

Both of these go hand in hand and we do not recommend one over the other. It is wise to learn the correct pronunciations and grammar from the get-go so starting with Tajweed classes may be a better choice. In the Tajweed course, we read the Quran as well to offer you practical examples of how the Tajweed rules are implemented.

Have more questions? the introduction chapters you will study about in the free Tajweed trial will be continued in the full Tajweed course on the Quraniah Platform. Don’t stop yourself from learning more in-depth about Tajweed. Sign up for the free Tajweed trial or the full paid course with Quraniah.

If you would like to know more, feel free to reach out to us.