The Qur'an is the Islamic scriptures, and Muslims believe that it is the true language of Allah's revelation to the Prophet Muhammad, which was compiled into a book after Muhammad's death. The Arabic of the Qur'an is unparalleled in purity and beauty, and attained to the point of perfection in style. In order to recite during Ramadan, the Qur'an is divided into 30 volumes, one volume is read every day during the month of January. But the main division of the Qur'an is 114 chapters of varying lengths. The first chapter of "Fatiha" is a short prayer, the other chapters are roughly in order of length; the second chapter is the longest; the last two or three chapters are the shortest. Generally, the longer chapters are produced in the later period of Muhammad's activities, and as a result, the chapters written earlier are listed at the end of the book, and the chapters written later are listed at the beginning of the book. In the current version of the Qur'an, the capital of each chapter contains the following elements: 1. The title, usually taken from prominent words in this chapter, such as "Scalper", "Bee", "Poets", etc., has nothing to do with the content of the whole chapter; 2. 2. In the name of Allah, that is, "in the name of Allah, the most merciful and merciful"; 2. 3. Indicate that this chapter was revealed in Mecca or Medina, and the number of the whole chapter; 3. Some chapters have one or several letters at the beginning, such as "Ta·xin", "ta·xin·mimu", "Alive·lamu·mimu", etc., and there is no satisfactory explanation for their meaning. , some people think that it may be the abbreviation of the chapter, and it may have a mysterious meaning. The length of each verse of the Qur'an varies greatly. The verses of the Qur'an are generally in the voice of Allah, in the first person. When it is recorded that the Prophet Muhammad was speaking to his disciples, the command word: "You speak" is preceded by it to emphasize that he was speaking by Allah's command. Sometimes in dramatic form, Muhammad argues with his opponents. Prophets and biblical stories are often quoted as if the reader were familiar with the allusions. The point of scriptures is not narrative, but teaching.