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Sahlawayhi Series

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1. thuriayaa - August 22, 2011

Category: Books
Genre: Other
Author: Ahmed H. Khorshid
Alhamdulillah i finished reading these books today. they are as they have been named: VERY VERY VERY EASY. Amongst the easiest books i read to learn arabic in full arabic. maashaaAllah.

and the stories are the weirdest stories that i have seen in any arabic books so far. and that’s why i wanted to write a review of these books.

I would say these books are for people who are mature and who are either married or are ready for the marriage and looking for that. i am sorry to say this but i really think these books are not for children or teenagers at all.

Every single stories is about marriage and family and looking to get marry and things about these, but in a GOOD WAY, not BAD except for last story of last book [3rd] i feel is kind of too much but he did not present in a bad way. it was normal to hear what he said and wrote. i mean you hear these all around you anyway.

the words are repeated as the author said in the intro and so by the end of 3 books you have some words just going around your head without your intention for it to happen.

and one of the word is in every story is: Majnun [crazy], i think the author has some of it too LOL otherwise why would his story be this weird right?

like he says in the stories, in the same tone, he is majnun. may Allah reward him for what he did.

The stories are too easy and with vocab lists, it helps you know those few unknown words you do not know and repetition helps you absorb the words. i hope i have benefited and i hope you benefit if you read: http://bookstolearnarabic.wordpress.com/more/sahlawayhi-series/

BUT i just did not like the fact that all stories had to do about marriage life, looking for marriage and things around it. that’s it.

i did not read 1 story and half of another one in book 2 [the last 2 stories of this book] because it was too crazy and weird and it was about killing and too fantasy. i couldn’t stand that story any longer. i left reading these books until i touched today book 3, hoping book 3 won’t be continuation of the last book story. it wasn’t. last 2 stories of book 2 are on same topic just made into 2 stories.

the stories are interesting so really makes you want to finish and know what happened. you know. so i just finished book 3 in one long sitting. alhamdulillah.

and suggestion do not read these books if you are not looking for marriage. ‘smile’.

wait one benefit i found was about marriage and marrying other than your own country people and culture. He presented the stories in a way such that he is teaching you through the stories the obstacles and problems you will face and you should consider as you look to marry someone from other country and culture. i really liked that. Even marrying someone from other religion that brothers do, many muslim men marry non-muslim female out of desire or whatever and they never think about any problems that they face in future marriage life with a non-muslim women.

author presented a story like that and he pointed out the problems in them and the question he presented in dialog was: why didn’t i think of this problem before marriage? problems continue and he ends saying what will the couple do with such problems…

it is the 2nd story of book 3. read it. it is nice.

i liked learning these lessons though. alhamdulillah.

2. REVIEW OF Sahlawayhi Series « Reminder that benefits all… - August 22, 2011

[...] The stories are too easy and with vocab lists, it helps you know those few unknown words you do not know and repetition helps you absorb the words. i hope i have benefited and i hope you benefit if you read: http://bookstolearnarabic.wordpress.com/more/sahlawayhi-series/ [...]

3. Alex - January 28, 2014

Hello, I have heard that mp3 of these stories ara available. Any help or tip to find them?

thuriayaa - February 1, 2014

i never heard of that Alex…if someone else can help, perhaps will reply;

4. Mohammad - February 8, 2014

yes, thanks for sharing this. really it is easiest book i read, and also interesting, easy and very common words has chosen for the story.


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