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Written in verse for easy memorization, it formed the foundation of a beginner’s education in Classical Arabic learning in Ajrummiyyah societies of the time and was one of the first books to be memorized after the Qur’an along with the Alfiya.

It ajrumlyyah regarded by the Arabs themselves as a standard educational work; and various editions of it have appeared in Boulak, Algiers, and other places. But it is not always easy to meet with these in this country…” [2]. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Muqaddimah disambiguation.


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Perowne Al Adjrumiieh: The Arabic text with the vowels, and an English translation Cambridge: Classical Modern Standard Maltese [a]. Egyptian Chadian Sa’idi Sudanese.

Bareqi Hejazi Sedentary Bedouin. Afghani Khorasani Central Asian Arabic. Sicilian Arabic extinct ancestor of Maltese which is not part of the Arabic macrolanguage.

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