Published by The Institute of the Language of the Qur’an Inc. And from New Delhi, where the author is (or was) a professor of Arabic at Jamia Millia Islamia. Broken into many lessons and although I wouldn’t want to learn from it, it’s fine as a second opinion on any thorny grammatical issue. Always good to read about something tricky expressed in another way. The arabic has vowel markings throughout. Slightly flowery colonial english. I paid $10 at a small Islamic shop, and then when I got home saw a sticker inside saying “Not for Resale”.