To get 50% of the Quran covered, how many hi-frequency words should you conquer?
In a nutshell, 60.
What does that really mean?
Take for example مِنْ, the highest frequency word in the Quran. It's repeated 3226 times covering 4.16% of the Quran.
Couple that with الله whose frequency is 2699, and you would have “completed” 7.65% of the Quran. At the 60th word, you would have 50% of the Quran covered.
But wait, it's not as numbered as that. Other factors are at play for the percentage to be optimally realized. Take the multiple-meaning factor, for instance. مِنْ has multiple meanings; ignore them, and the percentage is compromised.
Another factor is knowing the word-variation. A 3-letter verb can transform into 3 tenses and up to 10 forms. A noun likewise can either be proper, common, or derived (from a verb). Knowing these details greatly help in fulfilling the percentage.
What's a measured path to that?
Enter: The 7-Step Word Conquering Process
Here is where the Rootword Method 7-step word conquering process comes into the picture.
Which means, for every frequency word, you seek to conquer all its 7 dimensions without even memorizing it, since you are going to look at it from 7 sides anyway.
WHAT YOU WILL GET
- Daily Emails for 60 Days: You’ll be emailed at least one page a day (usually more) to conquer one frequency word with an explanation of all its 7 elements, with examples from the Quran numbering the quantity of main meanings the word has. The first of the 60 words begin on Ramadan 1 and ends on the final day of Shawwal.
- Ebook: Once the program ends, you get everything in the form of an e-book.
1 page a day. 60 Days. 60 Words. Aiming for 50% of the Quran. Wait no more. Order now.
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