Learn Arabic Letters: The letters from (أ) to (ز)
29 Dec 2019
In part 1 of our article Learn Arabic Letters, we had a general outlook on the Arabic letters. We learned how Arabic letters look at the start, middle and end of a word. It is essential to know the characteristics of the Arabic letters in order to be able to easily recognize them in different texts. This is why, in this article, we will examine the letters in detail, focusing on the Arabic letters (أ) to (ز).
The Arabic letter Hamza (أ) or Alef and its different forms
The Arabic letter Alef (أ) is special in the Arabic language since it has an independent form, regardless of its position in a word and it also has extended forms. Let's look at some examples of the Arabic letter Alef (أ) at the beginning, middle and end of a word.
Listen to the audio and try to pronounce the Arabic words correctly:
The Letters Baa (ب), Taa (ت) and Thaa (ث) and their different forms
The Baa (ب), Taa (ت) and Thaa (ث) are a category of Arabic letters that have a similar form when they areplaced independently of at the start, middle and end of a word. Let's take a look at how these letters are pronounced in Arabic words:
The Arabic Letters Geem (ج), Haa (ح) and Khaa (خ) and their different forms
The next category are the letters Geem (ج), Haa (ح) and Khaa (خ). Let's look at how they're placed in a word and try to practice the correct pronunciation of the next Arabic words.
The Arabic Letters Daal (د), Thaal (ذ), Raa (ر), Zay (ز) and their different forms
Finally, the last category we'll be practicing in this article belongs to the category of The Arabic letters Daal (د), Thaal (ذ), Raa (ر) and Zay (ز). The Arabic letters of this category are always placed independently at the beginning of a word. However, in the middle and ending of an Arabic word they have an extended form. Take a look at the word below and see if you can easily recognize them:
Last but not least, our article has come to an end but there are more to come with the rest of the Arabic letters, stay tuned. If you want to learn Arabic letters, sign up for our Arabic letters classes or our Al-Nourani Qaeda classes. We at Nour Academy have spared no effort in order to make learning Arabic online an easier and enjoyable experience. Be sure to check our magazine for more Arabic lessons.
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