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Learn Arabic – Arabic Alphabet Made Easy – Dal and Dhal

Learn Arabic – Arabic Alphabet Made Easy – Dal and Dhal

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welcome to Arabic for Vanowen calms of Judea made easy the fastest easiest and
most fun way to learn the Arabic alphabet the absurd ear
in the previous lesson we introduced three letters that look alike except for
some minor differences some were totally different
two of them were the first two letters of the eighth sounds that don’t have
English counterparts do you remember how to write them make sure that you feel
confident about the characters from past lessons before you move on in this
lesson we’ll continue by learning two more letters that look alike after that
we learn a few more words to add to your notebook ready let’s go
our first letter is Val it’s just like the English d very easy to pronounce and
easy to write as well here’s the isolated form Val it’s a single stroke
you start from the top and then form a right angle and that’s it done just like
The Aleph we learned the initial form of this letter is just like it’s isolated
form and the medial form is like the final form now we’ll write it del the second letter we learn in this
lesson looks like the previous letter Val it’s the Val note how it does not
dip in East the line we learn two letters in the next lesson that deep
beneath the line that’s why you should make sure you differentiate between them
this letter is like the th sound in the word this do you remember that we
learned another letter corresponding to the English th sound
it was fat and it’s pronounced as a silent th as in theif this letters
pronunciation is a voiced sound the as in this or that it’s pronounced with the
tongue between the upper and the lower teeth it’s quite easy to pronounce
here’s how to write the isolated version Val now let’s see how it looks like in its
other forms as you can see it’s just like it’s look-alike dal the initial
form is the same as the isolated and the medial form is the same as the final if
you know how to write that then you just need to add a dot to write then
handwriting time Val we’ve continued learning more letters
next time but for now let’s practice using these letters in some new words
first up is the word Zed it means grandfather that’s the gene we
learned in the previous lesson in initial form connected to the doll we
learned in this lesson in its final form okay now try writing it
Zed let’s start with the gene then connect
it to the dal great job let’s try another word either means if we learn
the Aleph in the first lesson and the Val in this lesson here you can see that
little mark from lesson one is now at the bottom of Aleph and has changed the
sound to an e don’t worry too much about it for now now let’s try writing it by
hand either now it’s time for Carol’s tips
handwriting is kind of like a signature in every language and no two people’s
handwriting is the same it’s better to learn the basics and the standard form
of the alphabet and get used to it first then develop your own style good luck
that’s it for this lesson in the next lesson we’ll meet our next two letters
which look a lot like the letters from this lesson salam

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