Bayan Al Quran Academy

Complete Guide to Learn Tajweed

How to Learn And Improve Your Tajweed?

If you’re interested in learning Quran, you’ll need to learn tajweed. You’ll hear and notice this term mostly. Tajweed rules are a significant step to mastering reciting the Quran like any reciter Quran you hear.

When you read about prophetic biography, you’ll find out that prophet Muhammed (PBUH) recited Quran with tajweed rules. He learned it from Angel Jibrel.

Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) recommended it in his hadith as he said:” Beautify the Quran with your voices”. Check out tajweed’s definition and how to learn it.

How to Learn the Quran with Tajweed at Home?

Once you decide to study Quran, you’ll also need to learn tajweed rules to recite the verses properly. Learning at home will be easier if you attend online classes with professional and best-certified tutors.

You can learn tajweed rules online by joining Bayan al Quran Academy’s course, which we offer for kids and adults. It’s also suitable for beginners.

Through Quran with tajweed course, you’ll learn tajweed rules and apply them while reciting by practicing frequently to master reading the Quran.

Moreover, this course has several advantages and benefits for you, which are:

  • Memorizing the Quran with highly qualified tutors by following hands-on steps
  • Understanding the verses’ meanings to ease retaining them.
  • Learning Quranic Arabic pronunciation for all levels with professional tutors.
  • Learning Quran with tajweed with goal-oriented plans that our tutors put in.
  • Attend online classes with the best tutors who are certified from Al-Azhar university.
  • Online classes are available 24/7, so you can set the class time that fits you.
  • Get a free trial to try out the online lesson before paying.

How to Read the Quran with Tajweed?

Before you start attending online classes, you need to know the steps you should follow to learn Quran with tajweed, which help you to improve the recitation. Here are the top tips:

1. Learn the letters’ articulation

Your tongue should be elastic when you start to learn tajweed. Reading the verses correctly in Arabic needs to focus on the articulation of each letter and understanding its sounds.

This tip will be complicated for you if you’re non-Arab as you’re not familiar with the Arabic language.

But on the other side, learning will be simpler if you learn with a native Arabic speaker who will help you to recite the Quran correctly through training.

Moreover, if you need to support learning, you’ll find many videos on YouTube explaining the Arabic letters’ sounds and their articulation. These videos will help you to practice pronunciation correctly.

2. Practice intonation 

Reciting the Quran with tajweed means beautifying and improving the recitation. So focus on the intonation while learning and practising. You’ll be more familiar with intonation with frequent rehearsing and listening to Quran audio.

3. Don’t be in a rush 

When you begin learning tajweed, you’ll find many rules and tips that make you eager to learn everything fast to master reciting the Quran. But this conviction is wrong as you’ll figure out that you complicate the learning pace.

Keep in mind that you’re not in a competition, so don’t hurry and learn the tajweed rules at a slow pace which facilitates learning. 

4. Understand the Quran’s verses

Besides learning tajweed rules, you need to comprehend the verses’ meaning which simplifies reciting the Quran with tajweed.

This tip requires learning Quranic Arabic and using interpretation books that help you to comprehend the meanings beyond the verses.

If you aspire to learn Arabic for beginners, we offer an Arabic course which assists you to practice reading Quranic Arabic with professional tutors. 

5. Keep the regularly practicing 

You’ll never reach an advanced level in reciting with tajweed if you don’t keep rehearsing constantly. You can make it your daily routine by listening to Quran audio.

6. Teach the Quran with tajweed 

One of the significant factors that help you improve reciting is teaching tajweed basics. You can teach them to the kids, your y

This tip will assist you to keep retaining and understanding the rules.

Moreover, you’ll be the best of Muslims. Prophet Muhammed said:” The best among you (Muslims) are those who learn the Qur’an and teach it.”.

7. Keep going 

Learning Quran with tajweed for non-Arabs is a challenging step. You may be disappointed throughout learning due to many reasons, such as an increasing number of mistakes and pluralistic rules that take time.

Once you find reciting Quran in Arabic with tajweed takes a hard effort, remember your double reward. Prophet Muhammed said:

”The one who is proficient in the recitation of the Qur’an will be with the honourable and obedient scribes (angels), and he who recites the Qur’an and finds it difficult to recite, doing his best to recite it in the best way possible, will have a double reward. [Bukhari and Muslim].

How Long does it Take to Learn Tajweed?

There is no particular time for learning tajweed as it differs from one to another. But to learn the basics you need a time that ranges from seven to nine months.

Learning the basics of the Arabic language and mastering pronouncing its letters can take three months.

In the case of mastering the recitation of the Quran with tajweed, it can take one year if you learn it weekly.


You can follow some practical tips that support learning tajweed like knowing letters’ articulation and intonation. Learning tajweed is not obligated and doesn’t require following it while praying. Who follow its rules while reciting gain many benefits like getting countless rewards.