‘The Arabic language has been blessed with the unique honour of being chosen as the vehicle of Allah’s Final Revelation and as the language of Allah’s last Messenger (peace be upon him).
That is why more efforts have been devoted to the Promotion of Arabic than any other language in the world All manner of books, big and small have been written throughout the ages on Arabic Grammar and syntax, literature and rhetoric which continue to serve as a valuable repository of Knowledge for the learner. However, every generation of learners has its own peculiar requirements and any textbook can only be useful if it caters to the needs of the learner.
Any book that teaches language in particular should be replete with exercises in applied grammar.
In the past ages the need for the practical application of grammatical rules was taken care of by the teacher’s method of instruction and by an invigorating academic environment conducive to the practice of Arabic.
That is why grammar books written in those days were not equipped with exercises in applied grammar. In our times, however the need has arisen for writing books which facilitate learning by providing exercises in applied grammar. A number books have been written in the subcontinent with this view in mind. The book under review is one such book.
Madrasah Ayesha Siddiqua lil-Banaat is an exemplary institute in our city which is making commendable efforts to provide quality education for young women.’
– From the Foreword in Lisaan-ul Quran Vol 1 & 2 (Language of the Quran) the By Justice Maulana Muhammad Taqi Usmani