Tasheel Al-Nahw ver.2.1|
Mauwlana Mushtaq Ahmad Charthawali|
Revised by 'Aamir Bashir|
Paperback: 150 pages|
Published by Al-Hashim Academy (UK)|
Tasheel Al-Nahw ver.2.1 based on 'Ilm al-Nahw of
Mauwlana Mushtaq Ahmad Charthawali
Revised by 'Aamir Bashir
About the Book:
This book is the second edition of the revised Taheel al-Nahw, which in turn was a somewhat expanded translation of the Urdu language primer of Arabic grammar, 'Ilm al-Nahw by Mawlana Mushtaq Ahmad Charthawali. Maulana Charrthawali's primers for Nahw (Arabic grammar) and Sarf (Arabic Morphology) are standard textbooks in Western madrasahs. The original English translation of 'Ilm al-Nahw was prepared by scholars from Madrasah Islamiyyah, Benoni South Africa. They put in a lot of hardwork and made the English translation much more beneficial than the Urdu original.
This Second edition has undergone major changes. Further improvements have been made in sections; some sections have been completely revised; confusing sentences have been elaborated; more examples and exercises have been included, including many from al-Nahw al-Wadih and Mu'allim al-Insha; and where needed, the relevant Nahw al-Wadih section has been pointed out in the footnotes. These footnotes are for the benefit of the teachers. The students can choose to ignore them. Also an appendix is included, which helps to identify Tasheel al-Nahw's place in Nahw texts, as well as suggesting a possible curriculum of classical Arabic studies.
This is a Beginner to Intermidiate level text therefore we've not transliterated Arabic words exactly, keeping in mind that most people at this stage will not be comfortable with Arabic transliteration schemes. Rather , we've used approximate equivalents that are easier to read for the untrained.