Learning Arabic

Empower Your Child’s Arabic Learning Journey!

Empower Your Child’s Arabic Learning Journey!

Empowering your child’s Arabic learning journey involves more than just textbooks. This comprehensive guide offers practical tips on using engaging learning methods, integrating cultural insights, and the crucial role parents play in making the language come alive. Discover strategies to keep your child motivated, from interactive apps to community involvement, and ensure they not only learn Arabic but also embrace its rich cultural heritage.

Which Arabic should I learn? Formal or slang?

Which Arabic should I learn? Formal or slang?

Unsure if you should learn formal Arabic or dive into Egyptian slang? This guide unveils the captivating world of Arabic and helps you choose the path that aligns with your goals, be it mastering conversation on your travels or unlocking the treasures of Arabic literature.

Enhancing Your Child’s Journey of Memorizing the Quran Through Parental Involvement

🌟 Calling All Parents! 🌟
Is your little one starting to memorize the Quran? Here’s a tip that can make this journey even more meaningful and enjoyable: join them every step of the way! πŸ“–βœ¨

Memorizing the Quran is not just a task; it’s a beautiful bonding experience between you and your child. By getting involved, you not only support their learning but also strengthen your family’s connection with the Quran.

Here’s why you should join in:
🀲 Quality Time: Spend precious moments together in a meaningful activity.
πŸ“š Deepen Your Understanding: Refresh your own knowledge and understanding of the Quran.
πŸ™Œ Lead by Example: Show your child the importance of Quran in your life by practicing together.
🌸 Encouragement and Support: Be there to encourage and support your child through their memorization journey.

Together, let’s nurture a love for the Quran in our children’s hearts. Your involvement, guidance and presence can have a lasting impact on their relationship with the Quran.

Tag a parent who would love this idea and share your own tips for Quran memorization with kids! Let’s support each other in this beautiful journey. πŸŒΈπŸ’¬

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πŸ€” Do you believe parental involvement enhances a child’s Quran memorization journey and strengthen family ties? Share your thoughts below! #DoYouThink?

Understanding .com , .net , .org , .sg , .co.uk , . . . etc. in a Domain Name.

Understanding .com , .net , .org , .sg , .co.uk , . . . etc. in a Domain Name.

Notice, when you identified a domain name, the last few characters at the very end of a domain name.

These final component of a domain name, or domain name endings are called TLD (top-level domain). So lets refer to those last parts of a domain name as TLD, from now on.

Let’s try identifying this thing called TLD, in the domain names we discussed on the previous post (What is a Domain name?).

  1. gmail.com – here TLD is .com
  2. outlook.com – here TLD is .com
  3. london.ac.uk – here TLD is .uk ( let’s not get diverted in to what .ac is about, at least for now!)
  4. icrc.org – here TLD is .org

I suppose, you could identify the TLD in “invosset.com”, by now.

Now you know that, there are 3 different TLDs. Well, that’s not all. There are lot of TLDs available now. We will list out all available TLDs in another post. At least, you should be able to identify the TLD when you see a domain name. When you want to buy/take ( i.e. register ) a domain name for your personal use or for your business, you will need to decide which TLD, you want to use.

What is a Domain name?

What is a Domain name?

Easiest way, possibly, to understand a domain name is to have a look at your email address. Let’s see some examples of email address:

Example 1: [email protected]

You notice the “gmail.com” that comes after the ‘@’ symbol? That’s a domain name. i.e. “gmail.com” is a domain name.

Example 2: [email protected].
Here, “outlook.com” is what comes after the “@” symbol. So, “outlook.com” is a domain name.

Example 3: [email protected]
Here, “london.ac.uk” is a domain name.

Example 4: [email protected].
I suppose, you could already identify the domain name from the above email address.

If you want to have an online presence, first thing you need to do is to get a domain name. How to get a domain name or where to get one, we will get into that on another post. Hope, by now, you have a better understanding on what a domain name is.