I'm excited about learning religions. Islam is one of the universal religions as Christianity and Buddism. It was started by Muhammed who is the prophet of Allah. People who follow Islam called Muslims. Allah as an absolute God for them hence it is a monotheistic faith. The koran is their holy bible, and a mosque is a place for prayers.
I'm excited to learn about religions. Islam is a popular religion, the same as Christianity and Buddism. It was started by Muhammed who is the prophet of Allah. People who follow Islam are called Muslims. Allah is an absolute God for them, hence it is a monotheistic faith. The Koran is their Holy Bible, and a mosque is a place where they pray.
2. You can't use "learn" directly with "religions" - you can learn ABOUT a religion.
3. There's no such thing as a universal religion - that would be a religion that everyone in the world follows. Instead, you should use the word "popular".
4. You shouldn't use just "as" here - you should use "same" to emphasize similarity.
5. You need to add the verb "be" in the present tense to complete the Simple Present tense.
6. Spelling mistake
7. Both versions are fine, this version is just a bit more natural.
It's founded in the Arabian peninsula in the first half of the 7th century. The person from Mecca named Muhammed received a divine revelation in a cave where is in a Hiller mountain on the outskirts of Mecca. All Muslims hold rituals that are a confession of faith, five mecca-services a day, go on the fasting month called Ramadan, charity, and go on a pilgrimage to Mecca. They obligate observance of the law by the koran.
It was founded in the Arabian peninsula in the first half of the 7th century. A person from Mecca named Muhammed received a divine revelation in a cave located in Hiller mountain in the outskirts of Mecca. All Muslims hold rituals, such as a confession of faith, five mecca services a day, have a fasting month called Ramadan, donating to charity, and going on a pilgrimage to Mecca. They follow the laws of the Koran.
2. This is the first time you mentioned this person, so you should use an indefinite article here.
3. You can't use the word "where" here - you should use "located" instead. "Located" means situated in a particular place.
4. This is the proper preposition with the word "outskirts".
5. It's a bit more natural to use "such as" - it means "for example".
6. This isn't a compound adjective, so you shouldn't spell it with a hyphen.
7. Your sentence would be fine if you used a gerund (will be explained why in the next line) and an indefinite article and said "going on a fasting month", but this version is a bit more natural.
8./9. When listing activities, in your case, ritual-related activities, we usually use a gerund.
10. This version is simpler and more natural.
- a good chance to~（~する良い見込み）
- quality time（充実した時間）
- She is known to be devoted to her craft.（彼女は、自分の技術に専念することで知られています。）
- No matter your experience, you will eventually have to deal with an unprecedented case.（どんなに経験を積んでも、いずれは前例のないケースに対応しなければなりません。）
- Is it possible to be motivated by something other than money?（お金以外のものでモチベーションを上げることは可能ですか？）
- I've never seen anything like it.（こんなの見たことないよ。）
- They will be stunned by the amount of care that went into this.（このような配慮がなされていることに、彼らは驚かされることでしょう。）