Like after reading surat al-fatiha you would then read another verse in every rak'ah but I don't know arabic, I am currently learning the 4 quls. So if I go to the masjid and the imam is reciting other verses in arabic then obviously I won't understand what they are saying. So do I just stay in silent during this time clueless to what is being said or should I recite a verse that I know while he is reading his own verse?
And is there any point of me attending taraweeh prayer because I don't know arabic or the ayahs they readout?
According to this fatwa. It is perfectly permissible to read Quran without understanding. Listening to Quran is also permissible according to this fatwa. You are not the one who is reading the Quran in Salaah, it is the Imam. He reads with understanding. All you need to do is follow.
If in the future you decide that you want to learn the meanings then that too is perfectly fine. In fact, it's even better for you as you will understand what is being said.
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